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Located at the northeast corner of West Lombard and South Greene Street, the National Museum of Dentistry, a Smithsonian affiliate, is conveniently located to the Inner Harbor and downtown Baltimore. From ancient cultures to the modern dental...more
This is a best kept secret in the city I am sure...I would assume it has limited appeal unless you're a dentist, dental student or have a fascination with teeth...but I have been told there are some interesting things to see
Was on a morning walk while stuck in Baltimore for a day when I stumbled upon this museum. I figured it was too unusual to pass up, and it was worth the 30 or so minutes I took to walk through. I was the only...More
We went - it's high tech - it's fun - but disturbing at the same time. All I kept thinking is that these dentists have some money. As the museum was a costly endeavor and well put together, but in the end it is still...More
Going to the dentist is not fun right, well this museum makes the most of the time honored torture. Highlights are George Washington's Dentures that are much to many school teachers chagrin not of wood. has some hands on activities for youngsters and lots of...More
This place sits on UM campus. Visit by appt only!! So you must call before you arrive to schedule appt. No front desk other than the security guard and they will call the dentist down and he tells you where to go, after that you...More
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Patrick C, Research Associate at National Museum of Dentistry, responded to this reviewResponded June 13, 2017
The National Museum of Dentistry is no longer open by appointment only. We are now open to the public Monday through Friday, 9am to 4pm, excluding major holidays.
Great place to take a school group. We were the only ones in the museum- you take a self guided tour (by appt only). There were a lot of interesting things to see. It's def. more for the 6-7 year and up crowd. There is...More