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.
Maximum Group Participants: 50
Tour Length: 1 hr
ADA Accessible
Educational Resources Available
Group Tour Rates Offered
Student Group-Friendly



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August 20, 2019
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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August 18, 2019
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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June 25, 2019
There is some interesting history here, but it is displayed in an underlit, cramped space. The first time we tried to go, it was closed even though we were there during their open hours. It costs...