Baltimore Street Car Museum36 Votes Currently Closed
- Address: 1901, Falls Road, Baltimore, Maryland, US, United States
- Timings: 12:00 pm - 05:00 pm Details
- Ticket Price: 7 USD
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Museums, View Point, Photo Gallery, Exhibition , Specialty Museums
This museum located in the main area of the city is a Non- profit museum. The museum is administered and supervised by the Railways and Electricity Departments of the nation. The exhibits here are all the road transports used in the 19th and 20th centuries and some even earlier. You will be excited to know that most of these still are operated. You will be able to ride some of these during your museum tour and the most attractive is the open road car.
Initially the museum had low equipments and so could not function completely with all the locomotives but now it is very well equipped with all needed facilities and expanded line. The cars and other vehicles run with ease now to give you the perfect feel of being in a time machine. Just sit in one of these cars and you will feel like you are travelling back a few centuries ago.
Baltimore Street Car Museum Travel Tips
- $5 for children from 4-12 years and seniors above 55 years.
- Free for children below 4 years.
- There is a gift shop in the museum itself.
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Baltimore Street Car Museum Reviews & Ratings
My little boy got ride a 1930s Street Car and he was in Heaven! The tour guide was full of cool history not the boring-memorized history. And to top it all off, it's non-profit volunteer based organization. They were a group of very likeable guys.
Very interesting historic look at Baltimore's past. Neat to get to ride old trolly cars again and learn about them.
Great to be able to step back in time. The motorman tour guides were very knowledgeable about the streetcars we were riding in.
Great place to ride streetcars! If you really like it, you can volunteer.
Nice museum on the history of the street car in Baltimore and the Mid-Atlantic region. When open have rides on restored street cars, several nearly or over 100 years old. Niel