Baltimore Museums Nearby

In 2008 the Maryland Science Center was named one of the "10-Best Science Centers for Families" by Parent's magazine (™)

(410) 685-2370

Just a half block from Rachael’s Dowry, an interesting museum, including non-baseball fans. 

(410) 727-1539

Located near the harbor, this museum shows the many industries once located in Baltimore.  There are several “hands on” displays fun for all ages.  “If it was made in the USA, it was made in Baltimore.”

(410) 727-4808

Located a short 3 blocks away.  This museum is the home of the first dental school in the United States.  George's Washington's teeth, a tooth jukebox along with Queen Victorea's dental instuments are a few interesting things to see here.

(410) 706-0600

 A most unusual art museum with artists histories as interesting as the intuitive art.  Don’t miss the gift store for an even more unusual experience.

(410) 244-1900

A more traditional collection of works including the Cone Collection, art collected by the Cone sisters, early 20th century.  You’ll also find the largest holding of works by Henri Matisse.

(443) 573-1700

The collections of William Thompson Walters and Henry Walters, begun mid 19th century evolved into this public museum.  Along with substantial art works visitors have access to two mansions on the classic mid nineteenth century square.  

The museum is dedicated to showing the struggles for self-determination made by African American Marylanders.  It is an affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution.  


The B&O Railroad Museum exhibits historic railroad equipment in Baltimore, Maryland, originally named the Baltimore & Ohio Transportation Museum when it opened on July 4, 1953.

(410) 752-2490