Maryland Science Center
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?
There are few things moms and dads hate hearing more than the complaint, “I’m bored!” Luckily, Baltimore has some of the best stuff to keep your kids entertained while also educating them.
Featured on the Morning Edition are the latest insect exhibit at the Maryland Science Center and tips on using your gadgets to save money.
Dinosaurs, planets, bugs, blue crabs, science experiments and more! The Maryland Science Center in downtown Baltimore is a great place to spend a snowy cold, extreme-weather kind-of-day. There is so much to see and do there the cold weather will be the last thing on your mind.
NASA’s administrator says the over budget and behind schedule James Webb Space Telescope now has a plan in place for launch in 2018.
There are plenty of things for kids to explore and enjoy at these fun activity centers. Kids will create their own adventures and make friends through experiments and problem solving activities.
There’s a brand new exhibit at the Maryland Science Center to help in the fight against a disease affecting hundreds of millions of Americans. Sharon Gibala reports live. Also, if you’re still looking for the perfect gift for Father’s Day, or that new graduate, we’ve got you covered.
No matter what you’re interested in, odds are you’ll find an exhibit about it in Baltimore. Here are five of the best museums in the city.
Do you need something green to do on Earth Day?
A battle is brewing at the Inner Harbor waterfront over the Maryland Science Center’s plan to put solar panels over its parking lot. Federal Hill residents say it will threaten their view.
New Year’s Eve may be a real blast for party-goers, but all the fun means a financial boom for the city.