Baltimore Museum of Industry Baltimore
Where is it at?
Baltimore Museum of Industry
1415 Key Highway
Tel: 410 727 4808
Where are we going today?
The Baltimore Museum of Industry [BMI] is dedicated to preserving and interpreting the region’s industrial history. Visit galleries such as the belt-driven machine shop, blacksmith’s shop, oyster cannery, print shop, garment loft, or pharmacy and learn about historic Baltimore’s working life.
Exciting programs explore the past and present, through adult lectures and educational programs, school programs for field trips, focused tours for senior groups, and family-friendly activities such as Wee Workers or Kids Can Sundays, or public events such as our BMI Farmers’ Market or annual Bull and Oyster Roast. The museum offers something for everyone!
How much does it cost?
- Free Under: 6 years.
When can we go?
Tuesday through Sunday 10am to 4pm.
Extensive Educational Programs available. Visit our pages under “Programs” or ask for our Education Brochure..
Drink machine available. Bring your own lunches to eat in the lunchroom or outdoor pavilion (unless reserved by private group)..
Need a little extra help?
Wheelchair accessible parking and building. Wheelchair and walker available to visitors..
Accessible bathrooms and baby changing facilities provided..
Can I get one of those?
Variety of BMI-logo souvenirs; local interest books; variety of child-friendly toys and treats, hands-on activity kits..
The outdoor element is limited so don't be put off in poor weather..
What people are saying?
by Bobbie Lyons
My corporation has rented the entire museum several times for parties with access to the whole museum. The facilitates are very nice, modern, and roomy. Not being from Baltimore, I was able to get a feel for Baltmore industry history. It is a nice place to visit and we have been back to visit on our own.
by David Rey
Great Experience. Went to a wedding there and a field trip with my children. Each time was an educational trip into the past. The kids say it was one of the best field trips they have ever been on.
by A Google User
I have to preface this by saying that I'm an engineer who loves looking at antiquated machinery. This museum has a wide variety of machinery, from ticket punchers to typesetting machines to meat grinders to a belt-driven machine shop, much of it over 100 years old and still in working condition! This is a great place to go geek out. Also it's right next to Little Havana, so if you're not as nerdy as me you can go get your drink on.
by A Google User
The museum of industry is great, other than the fact that they pay their teachers so little that most of their teachers are forced to leave within three months. It is not that they don't have the money either, it is a social/political problem. Please if you go- let someone know that these teachers should get paid more then the absolute minimum.
by Christy Taylor