Baltimore Museum Of IndustryCurrently Open [Closes at 04:00 pm]
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!
- 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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24.71% of people who visit Baltimore include Baltimore Museum Of Industry in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
70.77% of people start their Baltimore Museum Of Industry visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Baltimore Museum Of Industry
84.21% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Baltimore Museum Of Industry
Nice place, but I would not recommended if you want to take little kids because most thing you can not touch which it's very difficult to make a 2 years old to understand that. However, my 6 years old boy loved it because they had some big kids experiments .
Fun little museum where you walk through the history of our most important industrial inventions. My friend and I went together as two adults and really enjoyed it, but it looks very kind friendly too, lots to see and touch
We took a visiting family member, a four year old and a year old with us and had a blast. We made other family members so jealous with photos we sent that they are asking to go when they next visit us. It is worth the time and money. They also often have Groupons so look there first.
I went here with family from out of town. We were looking for a history type museum. It was great, like finding the kinds of things the American Pickers find in old garages and attics. From old signs and bottles from local industry to the machines people used and ongoing tours announced throughout the day that include demonstrations. I found it charming. Also, people are able to rent for events and it is right on the water.
Awesome jem in B-more. Safe, fun, educational, blast from the past with harbor history, old canning building. Staff professional and local, they take pride being there too. No Aquarium lines and CLEAN inside and outside. Great views too....free parking!