- Baltimore Streetcar Museum
Learn about streetcar history with a ride on an original streetcar, carhouse tour, displays, and more.
- Eubie Blake National Museum and Cultural Center
Provides instruction in the visual and performing arts, exhibit space for artists, and a home to the Eubie Blake Museum.
- Flag House and Star Spangled Banner Museum
1793 house of Mary Pickersgill, who made the flag that flew at Fort McHenry in the 1814 battle.
- Historic Houses of Hopkins
Includes information on exhibitions, lectures, concerts, and other programs at the Evergreen and Homewood Houses.
- Irish Shrine at Lemmon Street
Site that celebrates the history of the irish presence in Southwest Baltimore City in the late 1840s.
- Jewish Museum of Maryland
Features programs and events, exhibitions, volunteer information, and more.
- National Great Blacks In Wax Museum
The National Great Blacks in Wax Museum is a cultural arts museum committed to the study and preservation of African American history.
- Fort McHenry
- Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine
Military post whose defense against a British bombardment in 1814 inspired Francis Scott Key to write The Star-Spangled Banner. Includes information for visitors and history.
- Patriots of Fort McHenry
Dedicated to preserving the historical legacy of the Fort and inspiring all who visit the birthplace of the Star Spangled Banner.