If you are looking for something different from a museum, this is it. The museum is located a short walk from Baltimore's Inner Harbor and is located right below Federal Hill Park (which I also highly recommend to visit). Admission was under $20 and provided about two hours worth of entertainment.
The Art of Storyteling was the current exhibit at the museum when we visited. It was a very interesting piece, located on the second level I believe. There are three levels, the first level that houses the permanent gallery, the second level, and the third level that sort of tells a love story (or did when I visited).
There is also an outdoor section with several neat sculptures that you can't take photos with. Photos are not allowed in the museum buildings. Also be sure and check out the gift shop, there are all sorts of odds and ends to look out, and the book section is rather amazing too.
There are metered parking spots beside the museum or you can park in the Rusty Scupper's public parking right across the street (about $18 for 12 hours of parking). I highly recommend a visit to this museum if you have the time!
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