Museums
Baltimore, Maryland
History, Historical Society
The Baltimore City Archives is the official municipal archives for the City of Baltimore. It houses collections from city offices such as the Mayor's Office and City Council as well as records of historical interest such as the War of 1812 papers.
Cockeysville, Maryland
Historical Society
Baltimore, Maryland
Children's, History, Historical Society, Library, Specialized
You'll be a really "cool" parent if you book the Baltimore Streetcar Museum for your child's next birthday, Bar/Bat Mitzvah or graduation party. When you book the Museum, you will have use of our Visitor's Center facilities. Our auditorium features our own "Trolley Theatre" in which children can watch a video about streetcars or perhaps you'd like to bring your own along to show.
Baltimore, Maryland
Zoo
Baltimore, Maryland
Culture, Specialized
Baltimore, Maryland
Arboretum, Botanical Garden, Children's, Church, General, History, Historic House, Nature Centers, Park, Science
A wonderful groundbreaking ceremony for the new Visitors’ Orientation and Education Center was held on June 3, 2008 and was a resounding success! The new 10,000 square foot state of the art “green” building is a public-private partnership among the Cylburn Arboretum Association, the Federated Garden Clubs of Maryland, the Horticultural Society of Maryland and Baltimore City Department of Recreatio
Baltimore, Maryland
Art, Culture, History, Historic House, Library, Park, University
Built in 1858 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Evergreen House is a magnificent 48-room Italianate mansion on 26 wooded acres in Baltimore.
Lutherville, Maryland
History, Specialized
The Fire Museum of Maryland is the third largest museum of its kind in the world and offers exhibits on the history of fire fighting, hand- and horse-drawn apparatus, the Great Baltimore Fire of 1904, as well as the reconstruction of Baltimore City's Engine House #8, the only cast-iron fire house in the area.
Baltimore, Maryland
Culture, History, Historic House, University
Located on the campus of the Johns Hopkins University, Homewood is one of the nation's best surviving examples of Federal period architecture, a National Historic Landmark, and the source for the campus's architectural vocabulary and name. Restored and opened to the museum in 1987, Homewood provides a year-round calendar of tours, exhibitions, concerts, and educational programs.
Baltimore, Maryland
Baltimore, Maryland
As the only museum named after a woman and the only civil rights museum in the state of Maryland, it serves as a repository of civil rights artifacts including documents, framed memorabilia and household furnishings. Prominent amongst these was a life-sized photo of Jackson with Rosa Parks just inside the building's entrance.
Baltimore, Maryland
Church, Historical Society, Library
Museum is of early Methodist History in MD, the beginnings of Methodism. The library houses closed church original records and history of each church in our conference.
Lutherville, Maryland
Children's, Culture, History, Specialized
Built in the early 1900's, The Lutherville Colored School#24 was a grade school for "Colored" children until the 1950's. Still standing after 100 years, visitors can experience the mystique of this ol 'country schoolhouse sitting on an acre of land in beautiful Lutherville, MD
Baltimore, Maryland
Anthropology, Archaeology, Children's, General, History, Library, Natural History, Nature Centers, Science, Specialized
The Natural History Society of Maryland (NHSM) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation founded in 1929. Its extensive collections of Maryland flora, fauna, fossils, and minerals, dating back to the early 1800’s, are a rare and valuable asset to the State of Maryland.
Baltimore, Maryland
Art
Cockeysville, Maryland
History
Hunt Valley, Maryland
Culture, History, Science, Specialized
The museum is one of the largest collections of early computers in the country and includes a Cray, Univac, PDP, early Apple, PC and gaming consoles.
Baltimore, Maryland
History