There are a number of museums in Bel Air and in nearby Baltimore that display the work of local craftsmen and artists and well as world renowned ones. You can have a great day with some culture thrown in by taking a limousine with a group of friends to several museums. You could even make it a day trip to Philadelphia.
Hays House Museum - You can see what life was like in the 1700s and early 1800s.
Liriodendron Mansion - Home of Dr. Howard Kelly, founder of Johns Hopkins Hospital. Amazing house, art and grounds.
Jerusalem Mill Village - A preserved mill village with mill, black smith and other buildings showing how the many small local mills provided basic needs for the community.
Havre de Grace Decoy Museum - Amazing collection of duck decoys and exhibits explaining the heritage of the upper Bay.
Susquehanna Museum and Historic Home - Recreates life along the S&T canal during the 1800s time period.
Baltimore Museum of Art - Both art and sculpture including a lovely sculpture garden. Besides an excellent collection of 19th Century, Art Nouveau, Impressionist, Modern and Contemporary Art, there are interesting collections of Asian and African art. There are wonderful landscapes, animal paintings, and portraits. If you aren't familiar with him, the animal sculptures of Barye are superb. There are also furniture and silver collections.
Walters Art Museum - An amazing collection of art and artifacts from all time periods from Egyptian and Greek and Roman up through Renaissance to the 20th Century. Their display of armor and weapons is fun for kids. They have great after hours events which would be perfect to take a limousine to.
American Visionary Art Museum - It is not your grandmother's art museum. They specialize in outsider art. It is usually modern and avant garde. Always different and always fascinating and frequently controversial.
Baltimore Museum of Industry - Keeps alive Baltimore's industrial past and present. Interesting collection of Baltimore's industrial and technological past that will bring back memories of older attendees and be fascinating and new to the younger ones.
B&O Railroad Museum - Trains, trains and more trains. They have some of the earliest trains ever made up to huge recent ones. They even have rides out for several miles to experience an older steam locomotive.
Geppi's Entertainment Museum - A unique museum with an impressive collection of comic books, toys and games from their early days to present. You will be doing a lot of reminiscing when you visit. This museum brings out the kid in everyone.
Port Discovery - Children's Museum in Baltimore
Sports Legends Museum and Babe Ruth Birthplace - The museum pays homage to the many great athletes and sports teams from Baltimore. The teams include the Orioles, Colts, Ravens, and Blast. Naturally they have exhibits on players like Brooks and Frank Robinson, Cal Ripken, Jamal and Ray Lewis and many more.
Nearby, you can tour the house where the Bambino grew up and see Babe Ruth memorabilia.
Maryland Science Center - This is fun for kids of any age. The exhibits are hands on and explain a lot of concepts in science and also technology and engineering. Also has an IMAX theater.
The National Aquarium - There is something fishy about this place but that is what makes it wonderful. Sharks, sawfish, electric eel, dolphins and more. They have displays of local native fish and other fauna as well as fish from around the world.
National Great Blacks in Wax Museum - Lifelike figures and their stories including Martin Luther King, Malcolm X, George Washington Carver and many more famous African Americans who have helped make America.
Maryland Historical Society - A wonderful collection of everything Maryland throughout our history. It includes not just paintings but beautiful furniture, silverware and other items. They also have an impressive collection of many important documents and a maritime exhibit since maritime is such an important part of Maryland history.
Evergreen House - Visit this mansion if you want to know what it was like to live in the rarified air of the very wealthy as described in the Great Gatsby. Fascinating place.
Reginald Lewis Museum of MD African American History and Culture - Tells the history of African Americans in Maryland, their trials and their triumphs
These are not the only ones. There are more to choose from. So give us a call at 410-983-6200 or fill out the form above if you want to set up a tour to see one or several of these museums in museum limousine tour.
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