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My spouse and I visited Baltimore’s Civil War Museum on a Saturday morning in early June 2018. The museum is open on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays from 10:00 am until 4:00 pm; depending on when you visit, if staffing permits, tours are available. The cost...More
We read about this museum on-line and according to that information, they were open on Mondays at 10:00 AM. When we got there, a sign in the window also indicated that they opened at 10:00 AM on Mondays. We waited around until 10:30, but they...More
Small but Mighty describes it. The volunteer Paul is the most knowledgeable public servant I've ever encountered. He is a very generous person who loves Baltimore and our country . Worth a stop for sure!!
This is not an enormous space but packs in a lot of information, as well as an important reminder just how involved Maryland and Baltimore were in the Civil War. I highly recommend a visit, you will always discover something new. There is a very...More
I stumbled across this Museum by accident in while walking near "Little Italy" but it was a a fortunate discovery. While a small museum, it is packed with information about Baltimore in the Civil War and particularly on the skirmishes that occurred early in the...More
Most people don't know that Baltimore was where the first blood of the Civil War was shed and they would be shocked to know that Abraham Lincoln had to declare Marshall law in the city in order to tamp down the city's confederate sympathizers. Learn...More
We were surprised at how small the exhibit space was. But it's packed pretty full of exhibits, mainly focussing on the Baltimore riots and the part they played in the US Civil War. The volunteer on duty was a great old guy who spoke knowledgeably...More