Admission to the Maryland Historical Society Museum just $1

Admission to the Maryland Historical Society Museum just $1

The Maryland Historical Society (MdHS) will reduce its admission price to $1 now through Labor Day weekend (September 3). The special price will not be effective at its satellite sites, the Baltimore Civil War Museum and the Fells Point Maritime Museum.
The MdHS Museum is open Wednesday through Sunday, 10am- 5pm.
Several special exhibitions will be open through the summer.
In the Museum
* Tell Us Your Stories: Buffalo Soldiers, One Man's Story--through September 3
* A Gardener's Tale: The 18th-Century World of Annapolis Silversmith William Faris-- through October 22
In the Library
The Civil War in Maryland: Rare Photographs from the Collections of the Maryland Historical Society and its Members
Through October 14
The Maryland Historical Society (MdHS), founded in 1844, is the state's oldest continuously operating cultural institution. Located at 201 W. Monument Street in the Mount Vernon Cultural District, the MdHS collects, preserves, and interprets Maryland's diverse heritage by more than seven million artifacts and documents made available through a museum, library, press, and extensive educational programs. The collection includes the original manuscript of Francis Scott Key's "The Star-Spangled Banner" as well as one of the most extensive collections of Americana in the world. The museum of the Maryland Historical Society has several permanent exhibits including Looking for Liberty, Furniture in MD Life, Maryland Through the Artist's Eye, and Served in Style: Silver Collection of the Maryland Historical Society. Temporary exhibitions are open throughout the year in the galleries of the museum and the library. Satellite sites include the Baltimore Civil War Museum and the Fells Point Maritime Museum.