Thursday 24 Apr 2014

Museums & Attractions

Looking for something to do? Baltimore has a lot for visitors in the way of museums, galleries, attractions and historical places of interest.

Baltimore’s most popular attractions are the National Aquarium and the Maryland Science Center. Both are convenient to the Inner Harbor and are…okay. Sure, the fishes are pretty. But with admission prices and lines approaching those of a theme park, families may appreciate something different, something less crowded.

Visitors willing to explore beyond the Inner Harbor can find a lot to do, often cheap or free.

Attractions

Museums

Art

Culture

Historic Places

Homes & Gardens

Nature

3 Comments

  1. Jean says:

    Hello–about 15 years ago I was in a University of Maryland School of Medicine building in Baltimore that had a collection of medical oddities–conjoined twins, hairballs, misshapen body parts preserved in fluid, etc. I would like to revisit that collection but cannot remember which building it was in. I believe ASG Architects (in Baltimore) either renovated the building or designed it.
    Thank you,
    Jean

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  2. Susie says:

    Hello!

    We would love for you to list Patterson Park Audubon Center’s environmental education programs among the opportunities for “Nature” on this page. We are Baltimore’s only Audubon center, and we lead nature-based activities and stewardship for families, schools, community and corporate groups. Join us for a bird walk in Patterson Park – over 180 avian species visit this urban oasis! Check out our website (above) for upcoming events. Email us with questions or registration: ppaudubon@gmail.com.

    Thanks!

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  3. Lea Kirkendall says:

    I am trying to get information on a museum that I saw on television which stated it was located in the State Medical Examiners Office. Can you either email or call me and give me information on this? Thank you.
    1413 Hollins Street
    Balto, MD 21223
    410-961-1828

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