My 2nd grader and his class attended this museum. I didn't know what to expect so I went along. What a pleasant surprise behind those walls! Lots and lots of original industry items from as early as the 1800's. Typewriters, foods and brands, sewing machines, printers, transportation and delivery vehicles, and so much more wow! I am by far not a history buff, but I must admit I was intrigued to see all the historic items and how they have changed in today's society. There is no food on site but it's great to pack a lunch and if the weather is nice, enjoy eating inside the museum or along the beautiful Baltimore Inner Harbor. Plenty of benches and tables and great, close by parking. Although I don't believe it is the best place to take 2nd graders on a field trip, the great tour guide managed to keep their attention. Today I proved, "you're never too old to learn something new". I sure did.
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