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#1 of 65 Museums in Baltimore
The rooms are exquisitely curated, the collection is to be coveted, and the free admission cannot be beat.The Walters Art museum is the finest of the three major art museums in Baltimore (Visionary Arts Museum, Ba...
If you visit The Walters, The Baltimore Museum of Art, and The Visionary Art Museum, you have hit the trifecta of Great Baltimore art museums.
#2 of 65 Museums in Baltimore
I've been to a lot of art museums, and I was pleasantly surprised at the quality of the collection even beyond the signature Cone collection - fascinating ancient tile mosaics, early Renaissance paintings, contemp...
It is therefore truly amazing that Baltimore has at least three major art museums (The Walters Art Museum, the Baltimore Museum of Art, and the Visionary Art Museum) and each is worth a visit.
#3 of 65 Museums in Baltimore
The American folk art is different from most museums and amazing to see the artists' originality of their creations.
The work is all unique and quirky with a personal, emotional impact that is missing from many of the sterile art museums.
#4 of 65 Museums in Baltimore
Among the prominent feature is the museums large collection of rolling stock and locomotives that have been preserved and are displayed in the beautifully restored indoor roundhouse and North Car shops and the out...
Having grown up in a railroad household I've had the opportunity to visit many railroad museums but the B&O Railroad Museum is now at the top of my list.
#5 of 65 Museums in Baltimore
History on display and static display/museums are well payed out to delight your history buffs.
There was a free audio tour, a small museum on land, replica cannons onboard, costumed interpreters and some demonstrations - I saw the firing of the Parrott gun.
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#6 of 65 Museums in Baltimore
So glad we spent the day at one of the most important, fascinating, and intriguing museums we have ever enjoyed.
What took us so long to discover this gem of a museum!!! Sitting alongside Route 32 on the D.C./ Baltimore corridor on the fringe of the NSA campus... this is a fascinating museum (free) devoted to cryptology.
#7 of 65 Museums in Baltimore
I have visited many of the wonderful Baltimore Museums and attractions and consider this one of the best.
Since this a small museum I suggest hopping down the Key highway and visiting the American Visionary Art Museum for some amazing amateur art and climb Federal hill for the best view of the Inner Harbor.
#8 of 65 Museums in Baltimore
However, the highlight for us was the tour of the historic museums given by an outstanding docent, Nancy.
This museum is very different from other Jewish museums I have visited.
#10 of 65 Museums in Baltimore
One of the nicest things is the area for infants and toddlers where you can let your crawler or toddler scoot around and get some action in, something that would make other museums more interesting for parents wit...
Also a little know, fabulous benefit of membership is that your membership will allow you free entry to over 90 science museums all over the country.
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#11 of 65 Museums in Baltimore
I was so impressed and it was actually one of my favorite things we did (including ALL of the Smithsonian Museums in DC).
The movie about the history of the National Anthem is also very patriotic and a wonderful asset to the museum, This is a must see for all baseball fans.
B&O Ellicott City Station Museum Ellicott City 1.1 mi away
#1 of 4 Museums in Ellicott City
One of the nicer railroad museums you will visit.
The B&O Railroad Museum is an amazing place with an enormous roundtable inlaid wirh varnished hardwood floors.
#12 of 65 Museums in Baltimore
Port Discovery is one of my favorite children museums.
My 8 year old son LOVES children's museums and we have to go whenever we travel.
#13 of 65 Museums in Baltimore
It was one of our favorite museums because of the depth of the storytelling, the inclusion of audio with artifacts, and first person accounts of African-American experience.
I like history museums that know how to tell a story in a unique and compelling manner.
#14 of 65 Museums in Baltimore
If you are in baltimore you have to visit this fun and interesting museum this attraction is best and recommended for people who are traveling with children.
Go-very interesting museum.
#15 of 65 Museums in Baltimore
It's better than some of the museums I have seen at Civil War battlefields.
Our Washington, DC History & Culture Meetup group visited this museum and everyone loved it.
#17 of 65 Museums in Baltimore
One of my favorite museums but very much needs help
... on the thousands and thousands of lynchings of African Americans over the years, to the great scientists, statespeople, singers, artists and writers, you will be enthralled and moved by this incredible museum.
#18 of 65 Museums in Baltimore
There is a fee for admission to museums and house.
The original flag is huge and is kept at the Smithsonian Institute Museum of American History in Washington, DC.
#19 of 65 Museums in Baltimore
We stopped in because it was open on a Monday when many other museums in the city are closed.
We visited Evergreen Museum & Library as a day trip from D.C. Had a great guided tour with knowledgeable and personable docent.
#20 of 65 Museums in Baltimore
It's a humble home, but it's packed with interesting bits of information, and the volunteers who work there are knowledgeable and clearly passionate about keeping this museum running.
Quaint museum in Poe's residence in Baltimore.
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#22 of 65 Museums in Baltimore
Because this museum provides history about public transport vehicles and its Baltimore system in the years from horsecars until 1963, and you can touch - even ride many of the electric streetcars of the 20th centu...
#23 of 65 Museums in Baltimore
I walked out with a pair of museum worthy glasses that I have used daily (such an elegant treat), and the bonus is a handmade lovely egg thanks to Pierre's patience and good humor.
#25 of 65 Museums in Baltimore
Learn these facts and more at the historic Baltimore Civil War Museum, an old train station that itself played a pivotal role in history and now serves as a quaint museum at the entryway to the swank Harbor East d...
The Baltimore Civil War Museum is a must stop for any "Civil War Buff" who visits Baltimore.
#26 of 65 Museums in Baltimore
Our Washington, DC History & Culture Meetup group visited this off-the-beaten-path museum that is fun on many levels.
In a series of restored warehouses, this is a great museum with a great message - both diversity and preserving the maritime environment.
#27 of 65 Museums in Baltimore
The Homewood Museum is a Palladian-inspired five-part plan from a Venetian architect, that has a central block comprising the main residence, with flanking sections linked to the center by hyphens (corridors).
Elegant House Museum
#29 of 65 Museums in Baltimore
What a great interactive Museum for children and adults!
This is a well displayed, historic, and interactive museum.