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Baltimore Museum of Industry, Baltimore

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  • We almost decided to skip this little gem but I am very happy we didn't. This was a great look into the past industrial worth of the city. It was like stepping back in time. We spent about 2 1/2 hours...  more »
  • I am in my 70s so I enjoyed our trip to the Baltimore Museum (BMI) of Industry. However, I wonder what younger visitors might think. I remember when when labor intensive industries such as the garment...  more »
  • It's a relatively small museum. On the day we were there, they had a kids' event in the parking lot with all kinds of city vehicles that the kids could climb in/on, use sirens, etc. The inside of the ...  more »
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  • Got a group on thinking my dad would enjoy this place, and we could drag along. But my sister and I ended up really liking this place. Free parking with a nice view of the water and the Dominoes Sign, they said it was fine for us to leave the car there while we walked to other places ( the visionary art museum is a short walk away, just park off to the side and leave before closing time). The way the place is set up is basically a bunch of different totally themed rooms you walk into and explore. from a corner store, pharmacy, black smith, theater and more. They had people who can explain the rooms to you and do demonstrations of the black smith work and printing press (you can take home printing samples, including a calendar) I liked the room showing pictures of places in Baltimore through out the years side by side with modern pictures. Neat to see the changes and development. No places to eat, but they do have a room with a vending machine and tables. Also have a really cool exhibit on the video game industry in Baltimore where you can go station to station creating your own video game.
  • Fantastic museum bringing history and curiosity together that truly creates a worth while attraction in the Baltimore area. Many of the machines still work today and many are showcased at the weekend. Worth every dime. Put aside about 3 hours if your curiosity likes to come out and play.
  • We were looking for low-cost things to do while in Baltimore for a weekend. I heard about this place and thought it'd be a perfect to spend an afternoon. I was right! We did the tour - I highly recommend doing the tour - and learned so much more than we would have if we had just read the signs on our own. I particularly loved the printing press part of the tour & museum since I'm a graphic designer. The parking is free, which is a great thing since most places in Inner Harbor require paying for either street or garage parking. The absolute only downside was the lack of a cafeteria of some sort. There was, I think, a single vending machine. We would have stayed longer if we could have grabbed a quick bite to eat while there.
  • Awesome museum that gets should get more love! They have great curated exhibits of Baltimore's industrial past, from canning factories to the corner stores that fed those factory workers. The temporary exhibits (like Abandoned America) are thought provoking and worth making the trip again and again.
  • Gives a nice feel for what industrial Baltimore was like. A little light on exhibits. Was filled with school groups during my visit.