The Baltimore Streetcar Museum is a museum with exhibits related to the public transportation history of the city of Baltimore. In particular, the museum focuses on the city's streetcar era and features a number of restored antique streetcars.
Visitors of all ages will have a blast as they're transported back in time to the early 1900s while they ride one of the museum's historic streetcars. There are also plenty of family-friendly exhibits that teach visitors all about Baltimore's fascinating transportation history.
Things to Do
- Go for a ride in a historic streetcar! There are several functioning restored streetcars that visitors can ride at the museum, including one that was built in 1900.
- Learn all about streetcars and their importance in Baltimore's public transportation history by viewing the museum's detailed exhibits. If you have any questions, just ask one of the friendly volunteer staff members who know all about these historic machines!
- Bring along a camera and take a family photo in front of one of the antique streetcars.
Baltimore Streetcar Museum Insider Tips
- If you have little ones, you'll be happy to learn that children under 4 receive free admission to the museum. Even better is the fact that they have a maximum family admission price of $24, which can save you a significant amount of money if you have a large family.
- Check the museum's Events page to learn more about special events that take place throughout the year, including the annual Halloween Streetcar Pumpkin Patch and Santa's Streetcar visit in December!
- Give your child a birthday party to remember by renting out the Baltimore Streetcar Museum! Just give them a call and they'll be happy to help you plan your special event.