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Dino-Sized Fun at Evolution Engine!


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Join the B&O Railroad Museum’s Evolution Engine event for a dino-riffic time on July 28-29, 2018!

Evolution Engine, the B&O’s summertime STEM series, highlights the technological evolution of locomotives and the environmental changes, which impacted the lives of dinosaurs.

Sound like fun? Click here to enter to won admission for four!

Kids and adults, alike, can roam the evolution maze, discovering facts and truths about the extinction of dinosaurs and the shift from steam engines to diesel engines. Sensory challenges include an excavation and rail design station, egg collecting game, face painting, waterworks zone, and more at the B&O’s backyard Pavilion.

Plus, don’t miss the special train rides! For an additional fee, take a real train ride on Saturday at 11:30 am and 2 pm, and Sunday at 1 pm.

The B&O Railroad Museum is a historical landmark Baltimore visitors can’t pass up! Boasting train rides, a fantastic gift shop, and all the locomotive information you can handle, this Charm City destination has been recognized as the “birthplace of American railroading!” Enjoy a tour or adventure within the museum site’s 40-acres and learn a little, or a lot, about America’s railroad museum!

The B&O Railroad Museum is located at 901 West Pratt St., Baltimore, MD 21223.

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