Maryland Science Center
Spring is right around the corner but there are still plenty of ways to enjoy the last days of winter in and around Baltimore. Whether you are eagerly awaiting the warmer weather, or trying to enjoy the last of the cold, there are plenty of ways to do both.
With numerous fun, inexpensive activities and restaurants in Baltimore that are senior citizen friendly, there’s no reason not to treat grandparents to a day around town. Take the opportunity to learn more about where you come from while enjoying some of the best highlights Baltimore has to offer.
Embrace your inner nerd and browse through these night activities catering to interests in science, math and engineering.
Widespread injuries are reported in Siberia after a rock from outer space blows up in the morning sky.
A new carousel will open at the Inner Harbor.
Ring in the new year early at the Maryland Science Center! Also, a crash course in mixology!
Spectacles aren’t always free but the mid-Atlantic is due for one tonight. It’s the Geminid Meteor Shower and conditions are right this time around for a bigger than usual light show.
An 8-foot-tall bronze statue of Baltimore’s first black mayor will be placed at the Inner Harbor.
Sally Ride blazed trails in space and across headlines as America’s first woman astronaut. Her death is now bringing memories to life.
The Maryland Science Center is once again expanding what it has to offer visitors.
Looking for Saturday family fun with your children? The best childrens museums in Maryland include places for kids like the B&O Railroad Museum, the College Park Aviation Museum, the Fire Museum Of Maryland, the Maryland Science Center and Port Discovery.
Temperatures never did reach 80 degrees at BWI or at the Maryland Science Center Thursday, but it was 82 at Reagan National Airport in D.C. — conversely, both Philadelphia and New York were no higher than the mid 50s. Just a “typical” March day, huh?