Baltimore Civil War Museum President Street Station

601 S President St, Baltimore, MD 21202 Get Directions 
Phone: 443-220-0290

Baltimore City

Central Maryland
Civil War Museum exterior
Photo Credit: Visit Baltimore
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.
Fri-Mon, 10am-4pm.
ADA Accessible
Admission/Tickets Required



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February 17, 2019
Bill L
This is the best hidden gem of the city! I took my son and I here today for one of the greatest museum moments we've had together. Mr. Paul Allen is such a kind, attentive, and well versed in...
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February 1, 2019
We learned about this museum when we saw info in our room booklet at our local hotel. However when we arrived we found it was only open weekends during December thru March. This was disappointing...
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January 15, 2019
This is what is left of the train station that Abraham Lincoln used to get to D.C..It is also the site of the Baltimore riot when federal troops came to occupy Baltimore and was where the FIRST blood...