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Awesome exhibit on the War of 1812 for the bicentennial. Catch the original Star-Spangled Banner poem on display for the first 10 minutes of every hour 11-3.
Visit on Sunday at noon sharp! No one its around. Military id get free admission on Sundays.
Star-Spangled Site: Among the many exhibits are paintings, prints, and artifacts from the Battle for Baltimore, including the earliest original manuscript of the words to our national anthem.
Learn more about the great state of Maryland at this renowned museum!
Find Francis Scott Key's original draft of the Star-Spangled Banner, written in 1814 the morning after the Battle of Baltimore.
Best non-art Museum by City Paper for Best of Baltimore 2011
This museum houses the original copy of "The Star-Spangled Banner"!
The museum has the original draft of Key's poem, The Defense of Fort McHenry, which went on to become the Star-Spangled Banner and our National Anthem.
Take the Purple Route of the CCC!