Housed in an 1865 oyster cannery, the fascinating and kid-friendly Baltimore Museum of Industry covers the city's industrial and labor history and is well worth the 0.5-mi walk south of the Inner Harbor along Key Highway. Here you can watch and help operate the functional re-creations of a machine shop circa 1900, a print shop, a cannery, and a garment workroom. A restored steam-driven tugboat that plied the waterfront for the first half of the 20th century is docked outside.
Feb 22, 2006
My family goes back again. Every weekend there is something new and different for us to do. The staff is the best.