Treat your “Little Hero” to a day at the Fire Museum of Maryland. In the museum’s Discovery Room, kids can dress up as fire fighters, pull an alarm box, and watch a telegraph operator send the call to the fire houses – and even sit behind the wheel of a 1938 Mack fire engine. You’ll also be able to walk into an actual 1870’s fire house that stood in Baltimore for 140 years - and is reconstructed inside the museum. The Fire Museum of Maryland is the third largest fire museum in the world – with over 40 antique fire engines on display – and is sure to offer a morning or afternoon of fiery fun for both you and your little hero.
Saturdays from now through Dec. 22nd and also Dec. 27th - 29th - Holiday Train Garden - Join kids of all ages for the Fire Museum of Maryland's Holiday Train Garden. See 42 antique fire engines and a new 1950s “O” Scale Train Garden.
Information & Restrictions
Location: Fire Museum of Maryland - 1301 York Road, Lutherville, MD 21093; (410) 321-7500.
- The Fire Museum is located one block north of the Baltimore Beltway at Exit 26B. Plenty of parking is available.
- Open Saturdays only from 10am - 4pm through December 29, 2012
- Special Weekday Hours during Winter Break: Thursday & Friday, Dec. 27th and 28th from 10am - 4pm