The Baltimore Museum of Industry collects, preserves, and interprets the industrial and technological heritage of the Baltimore region for the public by presenting educational programs and exhibitions that explore the stories of Maryland’s industries and the people who created and worked in them.  But this is NOT a hands-in-your-pockets kind of museum experience! It’s definitely kid-friendly and the museum goes above and beyond to provide immersive experiences for the pint-sized crowds.

Stay + Play! Baltimore Spring Staycation: Baltimore Museum of Industry

Video Game Wizards at The Baltimore Museum of Industry

Video Game Wizards—Transforming Science and Art into Games provides an interactive environment where visitors can explore how their talents, skills and passions could lead to a career in the interactive entertainment industry. The exhibit’s six stations provide an opportunity for visitors to meet game makers and learn about their roles, while making and customizing a game using the skills demonstrated at each station.

Visitors will experience the collaborative process of video game development at every point in the exhibit. At the end, visitors are able to play their own game and share it on the exhibit’s website with family and friends, and will be able to play any of the games developed at the exhibit.

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Buy One Kids Admission, Get One Kids Admission FREE

That’s right! Download our (cool) stay + play pass and you’ll get a BOGO kids’ admission to the Baltimore Museum of Industry, good for use March 30th – April 13th!

Stay + Play! Baltimore Spring Staycation: Baltimore Museum of Industry

Visit The Museum!

Baltimore Museum of Industry
1415 Key Highway
Baltimore, Maryland 21230
Phone: 410-727-4808

Hours: Closed on Mondays; Open Tuesday – Sunday, 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.



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The Downtown Partnership of Baltimore is your connection to everything that’s happening in Maryland’s largest business center, cultural district, and fastest-growing neighborhoods. Their web and social media tools help everyone find dining, shopping, events… even a place to live or start a business. Their innovative programs stimulate economic development and transform public spaces. They’re also good neighbors. Downtown Partnership teams of uniformed Ambassadors pick up tons (literally) of litter, maintain public parks, and we host dozens of free events each month. You may or may not know that they are the producers of some of Downtown’s best events including Baltimore Restaurant Week, The Monument Lighting, Dollar or Less Days, and Pints in the Park.

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