Address : 610 Park Ave, Baltimore, MD 21201
Timings : Wed - Sat: 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM (closed on Sun, Mon & Tue)
Established : March 1, 1884
Founder : Brantz Mayer
Collection : Decorative arts, books, pamphlets, genealogical materials, microfilm, journals, magazines, oral histories, sheet music, architectural drawings, manuscripts, photographs
Tickets : 6-9 USD
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One of the oldest cultural museums in Maryland, the Maryland Historical Society, has a collection of Maryland’s history since 1844. The museum is home to over seven million historic artifacts that date back to pre-Colonial times.
Established in 1844, the museum features some of the famous exhibits, including Elizabeth Patterson Bonaparte and the original manuscript of Francis Scott Key’s “The Star-Spangled Banner”.The 23,000 square feet museum also displays notable artworks and other historic items, such as photographs, journals, books, etc.
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