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Baltimore Museum of Industry

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Join the industrial evolution at the Baltimore Museum of Industry. This one-of-a-kind museum, located in a former waterfront oyster cannery, celebrates the industrial history of the city and the innovative spirit of the industry worker, past and present, through immersive exhibitions, educational programs, hands-on activities, tours and demonstrations.

The Baltimore Museum of Industry also serves as a spectacular waterfront setting with indoor and outdoor meeting and event spaces for groups from 40 to 500.

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Admissions And More Information

Adult – $15
Senior [62+] – $10
Student [w ID] – $8
Youth [6-17] – $8
Child [5 & under] – Free
BMI Members – Always Free!
Museums for All Visitors – Always Free!


Wednesday to
Sunday, 9 AM to 3 PM

What It's Like

Located in the heart of Baltimore’s waterfront, the Baltimore Museum of Industry is housed in an 1865 waterfront cannery and is the only surviving cannery building in Baltimore. Enjoy exhibitions, tours, hands-on activities, and programs that recognize the dignity of work. From the spice grinder used to create Old Bay to the legacy of Black journalistic excellence in the family-owned AFRO NEWS, take a trip down memory lane and explore what lies ahead with work in Baltimore. Hands-on learning in every gallery makes exploration fun for all ages. Check our calendar for upcoming programs, lectures, and special events.

Don't Miss

Climb into a vintage 1953 Packard Clipper. Learn the origin of the terms “uppercase” and “lowercase” letters. Check out the sunburn remedy that “knocked” a patient’s eczema and led to a face cream still on the shelves today. Galleries explore innovations that changed the world of print, food processing, garment-making, transportation, steel-making and more. Museum visitors enjoy FREE onsite parking!


Visit Baltimore Merch

Show off your Baltimore pride in style with t-shirts, hats and hoodies featuring the Visit Baltimore logo. Plus get your hands on our one-of-a-kind posters.