The Johns Hopkins Archaeological Museum is an interdepartmental center for teaching and learning with archaeological objects.
The Johns Hopkins Archaeological Museum is an interdepartmental center for teaching and learning with archaeological objects.

Our Mission

The Johns Hopkins Archaeological Museum (JHAM) is a teaching collection for the Johns Hopkins University community dedicated to the interactive and interdisciplinary study, research, preservation, and interpretation of archaeological and historical objects. By facilitating hands-on, original investigation of its collections, the museum advances the mission of the Johns Hopkins University’s Krieger School of Arts and Sciences, which is to support discovery that creates new knowledge. The museum is committed to sharing these discoveries with the Johns Hopkins University community, members of the general public, and academic researchers through exhibitions, publications, and online resources.

We are currently working to catalog our entire collection so that it can be accessible online. In the meanwhile, see the scope of our collections or search a selection of objects in our collections through ARTSTOR. The search function at the top right of this website can also be used to locate various objects and related content featured on our website.

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HOURS
The museum is currently closed
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The Johns Hopkins Archaeological Museum
150 Gilman Hall, 3400 N. Charles Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21218

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HOURS
Museum closed from March 2020 onwards
COVID-19 INFORMATION

The Johns Hopkins Archaeological Museum
150 Gilman Hall, 3400 N. Charles Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21218

CONTACT US

JHU Safe Zone Member