Founded in 1844, the Maryland Historical Society (MdHS) is the state’s premier institution for both Maryland and American history through our acclaimed museum, research library, press, and public programs.
Visitors show their member card and out-of-state photo ID. Four persons, one of whom must be a cardholder. Free admission limited to permanent museum galleries only. Fees will be assessed for IMAX tickets and certain traveling exhibits. Reciprocal admission is not valid for Maryland residents presenting their out of-state Passport affiliated member card.
The Baltimore Museum of Industry (BMI) celebrates Maryland’s industrial legacy and shows how innovation fuels ongoing progress. Through exhibitions, educational programs, and collections, the BMI engages visitors in the stories of the people who built Baltimore and those who shape the region’s future.
6. Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History & Culture
830 E Pratt St, Baltimore, MD 21202, USA
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The Lewis Museum, the largest African American museum in Maryland, has been the authentic voice of Maryland African American history and culture since it opened in 2005. We tell our story through our permanent collection, special exhibitions, educational programs and public events.
Poe Baltimore was created to fund, maintain, and interpret The Edgar Allan Poe House and Museum, and to celebrate the legacy of one of Baltimore’s most famous residents. We are dedicated to maintaining the museum as a vibrant experience for the thousands of visitors who come from around the world each year and as part of a broader mission of city-wide events and educational opportunities.
The Maryland Zoo — also known as The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore and formerly known as The Baltimore City Zoo or the Baltimore Zoo — is a 135-acre park located in historic Druid Hill Park in the northwestern area of the City of Baltimore, Maryland