Baltimore Civil War Museum President Street Station

Civil War Museum exterior Photo
Museum was the site of a pivotal moment in Maryland during the prelude to America's Civil War and where Frederick Douglass escaped slavery in 1838. On Maryland's Frederick Douglass Driving Tour. National Park Service Network to Freedom site.


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601 S President St
Baltimore, MD
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  • ADA Accessible
  • Admission/Tickets Required
  • Educational Resources Available
  • Family-Friendly
  • Group Tour Rates Offered
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Rated 4 by Number26

January 29, 2020


Small but WELL DONE!

We were greeted by Paul-Allan Louis who proceeded to give us a very informative and charming introduction to this great little museum. If you are a civil war buff, you will love this place - we...

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Rated 3 by yardranger

August 20, 2019


Tough to park

There was a bunch of history on the civil war riots but not much else for my liking. I really was hoping for much more.

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Rated 3 by 703rickym

August 18, 2019


A Tad Awkward

The building is a bit deceiving. The entire museum displays are on the first floor. There are some really neat things to see but not a lot. It feels a bit unorganized and crammed into that 1...

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