Baltimore Museum Of Industry, Baltimore
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Address: 1415 Key Highway, Baltimore, MD 21230, United States
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 04:00 pm Details
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This lovely museum is situated in an old Cannery by recreating it very creatively. There are many exhibits depicting the manufacturing and industrial remaining of many factories of the early 20th century.
This museum was set up in the year 1977 as a part of the Mayor’s project to conserve the industrial history of the region. This museum has many adult activities and children’s sections. This includes dressing up as workmen and working in factories. There is a paint factory, a food factory, a cloth factory and many more. It is altogether a different experience to enjoy!
Baltimore Museum Of Industry Information
- Photography is not allowed in here.
- Do not bring in inflammable objects in here.
- Food and drinks are not allowed inside.
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Surprisingly good museum. Something for everyone. Great history of baltimore region through history. Clean interesting exhibits, easy to read and understand displays. Budget 2 hours total for full experience. We will be back!
Excellent museum, highly recommend what other reviewers have suggested with getting a guided tour. Fair pricing and you're close enough to Baltimore to grab lunch after. Parking is free and ample. I would say we spent about 2.5 hours there and that was plenty but you could spend more.
My kids loved this museum. Alot of great Baltimore industrial artifacts here. Its right by the water beautiful view. And parking is free.
Got a group on thinking my dad would enjoy this place, and we could drag along. But my sister and I ended up really liking this place. Free parking with a nice view of the water and the Dominoes Sign, they said it was fine for us to leave the car there while we walked to other places ( the visionary art museum is a short walk away, just park off to the side and leave before closing time). The way the place is set up is basically a bunch of different totally themed rooms you walk into and explore. from a corner store, pharmacy, black smith, theater and more. They had people who can explain the rooms to you and do demonstrations of the black smith work and printing press (you can take home printing samples, including a calendar) I liked the room showing pictures of places in Baltimore through out the years side by side with modern pictures. Neat to see the changes and development. No places to eat, but they do have a room with a vending machine and tables. Also have a really cool exhibit on the video game industry in Baltimore where you can go station to station creating your own video game.
Really cool place. I love the industrial revolution and seeing the way things were done before. Really cool and definitely worth the visit.
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