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Baltimore Museum of Industry

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1415 Key Hwy, Baltimore, MD 21230-5100
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Baltimore Penn Station49 min
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Claire H wrote a review Mar 2020
Casselberry, Florida45 contributions50 helpful votes
Interesting museum full of Baltimore's long history in industry and what the future might hold. Definitely worth a visit.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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MichelleC wrote a review Feb 2020
51 contributions20 helpful votes
We did a visit to this museum while looking where to host our upcoming national conference's off-site event for our attendees. Definitely a great space.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Response from clairemullins, Public Relations Manager at Baltimore Museum of Industry
Responded Feb 12, 2020
Thank you! Events at the BMI are truly amazing. With our gorgeous waterfront location, historic building, and ample onsite parking, the BMI is a perfect place for weddings, corporate receptions, fundraisers and more.
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Relax479869 wrote a review Feb 2020
Baltimore, Maryland2 contributions
Program appears to be designed for 3 & 4 year olds. An enthusiastic presenter for program. Seemed to have regular attendees from community. Good if you are already in Baltimore. Possibly not worth a special trip from suburbs - for these younger kids. Lots of hands-on displays useful for older kids. These hands-one exhibits are not grouped together, but are part of separate, themed displays. A very nice, very interesting museum.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Response from clairemullins, Public Relations Manager at Baltimore Museum of Industry
Responded Feb 12, 2020
Thanks for your kind words. We adore our Wee Worker visitors who explore the museum galleries and artifacts with a different topic each week, from trucks to cookies to hats.
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Frontierfan wrote a review Jan 2020
Denver, Colorado145 contributions50 helpful votes
I didn’t stay very long, but I was glad I stopped by on a walk to Fort McHenry. Clean, quiet, accessible, and interesting. It’s location on the harbor made it all feel very real. I enjoyed the cannery exhibit and the photos of the Bethlehem steel mills and community.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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aze352 wrote a review Jan 2020
San Diego, California8 contributions1 helpful vote
If you're not a history museum-type of person than this one won't pull you in and win you over. But if you're willing to go and see what it has to offer there are some neat bits here. It's not big, a nice leisurely morning. I was disappointed that there wasn't a tour option for our visit. (Other reviews said they were worthwhile.) I can see that making the museum go from ok to great. For example, my two elementary school boys liked the video game exhibit. It didn't grab them at first, and took a little patience at first to understand but with perseverance they really got into. I might sound like a broken record but I feel that is the way most exhibits were. They didn't suck you in, you had to patiently want to check them out, read, and then you enjoyed them once you started investing in them. Is that a curating problem? Is that a display problem? Do they need more interactive things? I don't know. But that's where I think the personal experiences and tour-guides help the museum's reviews.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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