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Baltimore Museum of Industry
Based on 99 traveler reviews
Dec 08, 2014 by: Rachel K from Milford, Michigan
Arrived and got lucky that a tour was just starting--definitely do the tour if you can! Jack was awesome and definitely helped me learn more from the museum than if I were to walk through by myself. This museum is really well set-up and has a good mix of history/facts with activities/watching specialists work. As someone who recently moved to Baltimore, it was really cool to learn more about the industries involved with this city's development. The displays were very well done.
Interesting, but save your money.
Dec 02, 2014 by: Aprilr88 from Baltimore
I bought a groupon for two because the admission was a little too pricey for me. The staff was welcoming but pretty hands off. We received a little direction, but I would have liked a little more of an explanation about the museum and why Baltimore should be celebrated for its industries. It was a self guided tour, which was ok. Overall, it was an interesting museum, I just wouldn't go out of my way to visit it because there are so many other places to visit in Charm City.
Fun school trip
Dec 02, 2014 by: veebee43 from Baltimore, Maryland
The elementary school went for a field trip. It's fun, but sort of expensive for what you get if you were going with your own family of four or so. Most of the museums in Baltimore are fairly expensive. There are fun things for the kids to do at the Museum of Industry. Hands on stuff, so that the kids aren't bored. You get to take something home with you that you make, so that's nice for a souvenir.
Great Wedding Venue!
Dec 02, 2014 by: JMo101172 from Boston, Massachusetts
What a cool place to have a wedding! There was plenty of room for people to walk around during the cocktail hour and a large dance floor. You were able to walk through the exhibits during the event which was a bonus feature. The museum is on the water so you were able to head outside for some fresh air if you wanted. Location was very close to all of the hotels and stores within the Inner Harbor.
Well maintained, very informative museum.
Nov 30, 2014 by: virginiamom_9 from Virginia
Took the whole family ages 14-70 and everyone enjoyed the museum. All the displays were well maintained and told the story of early city life in Baltimore. Our tour guide , Jack was great and told stories at each section while running the equipment. There were smaller kids there too, and it seemed to hold their interest as well. In the summer months it would be fun also since the factory is right on the water with a nice picnic area.
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