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American Visionary Art Museum
Aims to create a place where the best of self-taught, intuitive contributions of all kinds will be duly recognized, explored, and then championed in a clear strong voice.
B and O Railroad Museum
Features exhibits of historical engines, cars, and railroad life.
The Babe Ruth Museum
Exhibits, activities, membership information and gift shop souvenir items.
The Baltimore Museum of Art
Exhibits American and international art, including the Cone Collection of over 40 paintings by Matisse, Gauguin, Picasso, Van Gogh and other European artists. Another focus is on contemporary art.
The Baltimore Museum of Industry
Covers airplanes, cars, civil rights, space exploration, and how things are made. Hours, memberships, events, research center collections and access information.
The Baltimore Poe House and Museum
Description from the Edgar.A. Poe Society of Baltimore, with directions and opening houses.
Baltimore Streetcar Museum
Nonprofit organization is dedicated to preserving the city's public transportation history. Features rides, events, admission rates, photos, a newsletter and map directions to location in Baltimore, Maryland.
The Contemporary Museum
Artwork, paintings, drawings, educational programs and exhibitions in changing locations to link contemporary art directly with diverse communities.
The Eubie Blake National Jazz Institute and Cultural Center
Promotes the unique history and continuing legacy of African-American art and culture in the city of Baltimore. Includes information about events, history, exhibits, and famous people.
The former residence of Ambassador John Work Garrett and his wife, Alice Warder Garrett, Evergreen is a 48-room historic house museum located on 26 acres on North Charles Street in Baltimore.
The Fire Museum
Fire fighting history and displays of hand pulled, horse drawn, and motorized equipment. Includes special events and educational program information. Lutherville.
Frederick Douglass - Isaac Myers Maritime Park
African American maritime museum with living history and interactive activities. Profile, history and activities.
Friends of the H. L. Mencken House
Information about the Baltimore row house that Mencken lived in for most of his life, efforts to preserve and restore the home, and a biography of the man.
Historic Ships in Baltimore
Educational programs about American naval power from the 1930's to 1986 are offered to encourage K-12 school children to explore academic subjects in a new and exciting way.
Homewood House Museum
An example of Federal Period architecture on the Johns Hopkins University campus. Designed as a country house or villa, Homewood reflects the lifestyle of a cosmopolitan young couple of early nineteenth-century Baltimore.
The Irish Shrine at Lemmon Street
A group of 5 alley houses converted to a museum to provide the history of Irish immigrants and their work on the B and O railroad.
The Jewish Museum of Maryland
Informative exhibitions that include Jewish art, rare objects, historical photographs, oral histories, videos and hands-on activities.
Mother Seton House
The home of Elizabeth Ann Seton, the first American-born woman beatified and canonized by the Roman Catholic Church.
Mount Clare Museum House
A 1760 colonial Georgian home built by one of Maryland’s leading patriots and one of the first state senators, Charles Carroll, Barrister. History, virtual tour, visitor information, events, and museum store.
Children's museum offering interactive exhibits for the whole family and hands-on activities that run non-stop daily.
Reginald F. Lewis Museum
Dedicated to sharing the courageous journeys toward freedom and self-determination made by African American Marylanders. Information about the facility, directors, staff, Reginald F Lewis and a photo gallery.
Star-Spangled Banner Flag House
The 1793 house of Mary Pickersgill who made the flag that flew at Fort McHenry in the 1814 battle.
The Walters Art Museum
Collection, encompassing art from around the world and throughout the ages, includes more than 30,000 objects. Includes details of current exhibitions, hours, admission prices, memberships, docent and volunteer opportunities and directions. Located in Baltimore, Maryland.
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