Skipping the shopping this weekend? Several of the region’s most popular attractions are offering admission for one dollar or less on December 7 and 8! Downtown Dollar or Less Days, produced by Downtown Partnership of Baltimore, provides families and visitors the opportunity to experience Baltimore’s museums and attractions at an affordable price, making Baltimore’s most popular cultural destinations accessible to all. Hours and participation vary by attraction.

2019 Downtown Dollar or Less Days Participating Attractions

Maryland Science Center
601 Light St., 410-685-2370
SAT & SUN – $1
IMAX is not included. Admission is each day until capacity.

National Aquarium
501 E. Pratt St., 410-576-3800
SAT & SUN – $1
Must be purchased at the ticket window on the day of the special offer. We recommend arriving early, as tickets will likely sell out. Timed entry system will be in effect for both days.

Reginald F. Lewis Museum
830 E. Pratt St., 443-263-1800
Saturday Fun: Clay for Kids Workshop – Dabble with clay and make a face mask inspired by artist Elizabeth Catlett. Plus, Film Screening: BOSS, The Black Experience In Business (118 minutes) – Directed by award-winning filmmaker Stanley Nelson, the new documentary brings the largely unknown stories of enterprising African Americans to the forefront examining more than 150 years of African Americans.

Historic Ships in Baltimore

301 E. Pratt Street, Pier One-Constellation Dock, 410-539-1797
SAT / SUN – $1 each
Experience four historic ships exhibiting life at sea from mid 19th century to the mid 1980s. Located at the Inner Harbor, within walking distance of each other: USS Constellation, USS Torsk, USCGC Taney, Lightship Chesapeake

Christmas Village in Baltimore
501 Light Street, 443-760-0686
SAT / SUN – $1 each
Enjoy this authentic German holiday market with tons of crafts and gift options, food vendors, live performances and more.

Port Discovery Children’s Museum
35 Market Place, 410-864-8120
No other discounts, offers or passes may be applied within the same transaction. Tickets while using this discount must be purchased at the Box Office in person and cannot be applied to past purchases or online orders

Maryland Historical Society
201 W. Monument St., 410-685-3750
SAT / SUN- Free
Explore 400 years of Maryland history in thegalleries and shop for “Made in Maryland” gifts and books in the store. Free admission applies to the museum, and does not include the library.

American Visionary Arts Museum
800 Key Highway, 410-244-1900

Sock Monkey Saturday is free, but regular museum admission applies to visit the museum. At this beloved Baltimore holiday tradition, make your very own sock monkey – a great last-minute gift, and just something fun to do with family, friends, and the Baltimore community.
Star-Spangled Banner Flag House & Museum
844 E. Pratt Street, 410-837-1793
SAT & SUN – $1
The Star-Spangled Banner Flag House is a proud Museums for All participant providing $1 admission year-round for individuals receiving SNAP benefits.

National Great Blacks In Wax Museum
1601-03 East North Ave., 10.563.3404     
SAT/ SUN – $1

The Jewish Museum of Maryland
15 Lloyd St, 410-732-6400     
Hanukkah is coming, join us this dollar day as we prepare for the holiday with a variety of arts and crafts projects all using recycled materials. Activities are suitable for all ages and no artistic talent is required.

Top of the World
World Trade Center- 27th floor; 410 Eat Pratt Street, 410-837-8439
SAT / SUN – $1
Enjoy the best views of Baltimore. Open 10am-3pm; last admission at 2:30pm.

Washington Monument
699 N. Charles
SAT / SUN—Free
The Washington Monuments Gallery and digital exhibits are always free! Climb to the top for a bit extra, $6/adult and $4/child. 10am–5pm.

For questions about times, lines, and tickets – please contact the museums and attractions directly. Lines form early at many attractions. If parking, park in a central location so you can walk to more than one attraction. Follow Downtown Partnership on Facebook for more information about holiday events and promotions.