Baltimore Dollar Days

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downtown Baltimore Dollar Days

Downtown Baltimore Dollar Days are back and you can score tickets to all sorts of places for just a buck!

Charm city as they call it goes on sale about once a year. Basically most of the downtown Baltimore attractions will offer discount admission for just $1 (or less for some attractions). This is a great time to tour downtown Baltimore with your family.  After all kids can never get enough of the great educational exhibits at the Baltimore National Aquarium. Have a  baseball sports fan in the house? Be sure to hit the Babe Ruth Museum and get  your discounted admission for just ONE dollar too! You can’t beat these prices, the educational aspect of the places or the fun (my favorite part).

Be sure to say “hi” because I’ll  be there with my kids too! ☺

Dollar or Less Days Return Dec. 7 & 8, 2013
Participating Downtown museums and attractions offer admission for just $1 or less.

Babe Ruth Museum
216 Emory Street
Saturday & Sunday – $1

Baltimore Museum of Industry
1415 Key Highway
Saturday & Sunday – $1
Saturday, December 7, 10am to 2pm- shop local craft vendors for the perfect holiday gifts.

Christmas Village in Baltimore
Inner Harbor/West Shore Park
Saturday & Sunday, $1
11am-8pm both days

Geppi’s Entertainment Museum
301 W Camden Street
Saturday & Sunday – $1

Historic Ships in Baltimore
Pier 1 – 301 E. Pratt Street
Saturday $ Sunday, $1
USS Constellation, USS Torsk, USCGC Tancy, Lightship Chesapeake – $1 per ship.

The Jewish Museum of Maryland
15 Light Street
Sunday Only, $1

Lexington Market
400 W. Lexington Street
Saturday & Sunday, Free

Maryland Science Center
601 Light Street
Saturday & Sunday – $1
Does not include IMAX theater or Mummies of the World

National Aquarium Baltimore
501 E. Pratt Street
Saturday & Sunday – $1
Dollar Days tickets must be purchased on-site at the window on the day of the special offer. Because of extremely high demand, tickets are not sold in advance or online. Arrive early to purchase your ticket before they sell out. Timed entry will be in effect for these days. Dollar Days cannot be combined with any other offer. The National Aquarium will be open for normal business

Port Discovery
35 Market Place
Sunday Only, $1
12-5pm. Expect long lines and dress appropriately as the line extends outside.

Reginald F. Lewis Museum
830 East Pratt Street
Saturday & Sunday, $1
Saturday: enjoy ornament making and youth filmmakers. Sunday: Filmmaker Byron Hurt examines soul

Sports Legends Museum
301 W Camden Street
Sunday Only, $1

Top of The World Observation Level
World Trade Center, 27th Floor
401 E. Pratt Street
Saturday, 10am-2pm – $1
Sunday, 11am-3pm – $1
Cash only. Under 3 is free.

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