1415 Key Hwy (at Boyle St)
Baltimore, MD 21230
- Small yet wonderful collection, underrated gem off a museum w Forging & Printshop demos.
- Voted Best Non-Art Museum by City Paper Readers for Best of Baltimore 2011
- Learn about Baltimore's industrial change through time without going through boring textbooks! Neat exhibits include a rare 1820s Acorn printing press and antique sewing machines, among others.
- Come have breakfast with Santa and check out live magic at BMI December 10, 2011 from 8:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.
- Great place to have events. We love to entertain here!
- Everyone has the right to form and to join trade unions for the protection of his interests.
- Be prepared to spend more time here than you thought. Lots of Baltimore nostalgia. Beautiful views at sunset were a plus.
- Very interesting chronology of Baltimores industrial past. There are multiple displays of old drug stores, printing shops, and hat makers as well as old vehicles. Pretty cool place!
- Awesome museum, so much history. Great place for private events as well.
- 1st public ghost hunt will happen 12/7/12. Visit www.thebmi.org for details.
- Take the guided tours! Very knowledgeable staff.
- Tuesdays and Saturdays are great for kids! They have fun, interactive activities guided by volunteers. My 3-year-old learned about computer coding by guiding a robot through a maze. Awesome.
- Beautiful, hidden museum. A fun mix of modern and relics from 1800s onwards. Perfectly Baltimore. Go.
- Great venue with a lot of old Baltimore history!
- Nice olaxe to visit. Suitable for families with kids and students. You will learn something.
- A really great venue! I've DJ'd many events there like weddings proms etc. The staff is always classy and a great view as well!
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- If you can get a guided tour with John, do it. You'll get demos of the machines and good tales of the bad ol' days.
- Best Baltimore wedding every
- Great learning experience for young and old. Amazed at all the industries that began in Baltimore. Get a tour guide! We jumped in with a school tour.