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There are many treasures having to do with Baltimore's history and industries here, but the highlight is the view of the skyline from the Museum's waterfront pavilion Read more: http://bit.ly/PLjdhI
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.
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.
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!
Nice olaxe to visit. Suitable for families with kids and students. You will learn something.
Small yet wonderful collection, underrated gem off a museum w Forging & Printshop demos.
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.
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.
See the food trucks loke Esskay and Ice cream of the the 1940s. What is old is new again!
Voted Best Non-Art Museum by City Paper Readers for Best of Baltimore 2011
Everyone has the right to form and to join trade unions for the protection of his interests.
Great place to have events. We love to entertain here!
1st public ghost hunt will happen 12/7/12. Visit www.thebmi.org for details.
Best Baltimore wedding every
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