B&O Railroad Museum
When that final school bell rings, parents will look to find ways to occupy children’s time. There are several places of interest in the Baltimore area that will deter the summer whining about boredom and having nothing to do. Here is a sampling of exhibits available to
experience. Some are permanent, while others are visiting exhibits.
“Here comes Peter Cottontail, Hoppin’ down the Bunny Trail”…these are the words of a popular song which signifies that Easter is on its way. There are plenty of egg-citing events happening in the Baltimore area to celebrate the arrival of Peter Cottontail. Whether your preference is having breakfast, brunch, or lunch with the Easter bunny, dyeing eggs or participating in an egg hunt, you are sure to find something to suit your fancy in Charm City as you have fun while leaving no stone unturned.
Baltimore is a city filled with museums. Cultural museums, wax museums, national museums, historical museums, and, of course, art museums. But one can only see so many museums, so with all of these choices, how does one know which exhibition to head into?
The museums listed here were selected for their popularity, uniqueness and the singularity of the experience which they provide to those fortunate guests who grace their halls.
When one thinks of Baltimore, it is not the location of iconic photography destinations like Mount Rushmore or the Grand Canyon, but there are a few photogenic gems that are not as well known but can still create a gorgeous surrounding for any photographic experience.
All aboard. A new partnership is formed between Baltimore’s B&O Railroad Museum and one far overseas.
Baltimore’s B&O Railroad Museum is putting a 217-ton steam locomotive aboard a train to its new home with the Western Maryland Scenic Railroad in Cumberland.
There was no “Coffee With” segment. Ron Matz had “People Are Talking” about the B&O Railroad Museum earning a big award from TripAdvisor.
The Western Maryland Scenic Railroad says it’s acquiring a 65-year-old steam locomotive from the B&O Railroad Museum in Baltimore.
From crafts to egg hunts and Easter Bunny visits, eggs-traordinary activities are just a hop away this spring.
Don and Marty had “Coffee With” Mark McGrath. They talked about “Killer Karaoke.” Ron Matz had “People Are Talking” about activities this weekend at the B&O Railroad Museum.
To honor outstanding women both today and throughout history, consider attending some of these exciting events being held in Baltimore this March.
Show your visitors a great time over Thanksgiving weekend with this guide of things to do.