Baltimore Civil War Museum President Street Station

601 S President St, Baltimore, MD 21202 Get Directions
Phone: 443-220-0290
Civil War Museum exterior
Photo Credit: Visit Baltimore
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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.
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June 30, 2018
nalbeyeler
Small but Mighty describes it. The volunteer Paul is the most knowledgeable public servant I've ever encountered. He is a very generous person who loves Baltimore and our country . Worth a stop for...
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March 5, 2018
solomonknibb
if you are not an insatiable civil war history buff, i am certain you will be disappointed. pretty dry static displays. small place. one room
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December 21, 2017
Pointlessly
This is not an enormous space but packs in a lot of information, as well as an important reminder just how involved Maryland and Baltimore were in the Civil War. I highly recommend a visit, you will...