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Most people think that the Domino Sugar Plant is closed. It is not. They just do not give tours. What is iconic about the plant is the sign that has been adorning the plant for many years. The Domino sign is really big. It measures...More
Years ago my father in law use to be a seamen. He traveled to Cuba on his ship to pick up Sugar Cane. He delivered the sugar to Domino factory in Baltimore. For me this was exciting to tour the plant museum that my father...More
On trip advisor? I dunno why either. BUT, if you're going to be in Baltimore doing touristy things, you will no doubt end up at the Baltimore Inner Harbor, and that's a good place to see the sign. If you are there at night, it's...More
In response to the reviewers who correctly point out that there is no organized tour at the Domino Sugar Plant, it seems appropriate to suggest that it is not a waste of time to visit the area near the plant. Its closest neighbor is The...More