Baltimore Dollar or Less Days


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Downtown Baltimore’s Dollar or Less Days returns December 7-8, 2019!

During this popular annual opportunity, select downtown museums and attractions will offer admission for just $1 or less! A few kid-friendly venues include:

Maryland Science Center
Saturday & Sunday | $1 admission
IMAX is not included; admission is each day until capacity.

National Aquarium
Saturday & Sunday | $1 admission
Must be purchased at the ticket window on the day of the special offer. It is recommended to arrive early, as tickets will likely sell out; a timed entry system will be in effect for both days.

Port Discovery Children’s Museum
Sunday Only | $1 admission
No other discounts, offers, or passes may be applied within the same transaction; tickets using this discount must be purchased at the box office in-person and cannot be applied to past purchases or online orders.

Reginald F. Lewis Museum
Saturday Only | $1 admission
Dabble with clay and make a face mask inspired by artist Elizabeth Catlett. Plus, a film screening of BOSS, The Black Experience In Business, a new documentary that brings the largely unknown stories of enterprising African Americans to the forefront.

Historic Ships in Baltimore
Saturday & Sunday | $1 admission
Experience four historic ships exhibiting life at sea from the mid-19th century to the mid-1980s. Located at the Inner Harbor, within walking distance of each other: USS Constellation, USS Torsk, USCGC Taney, and Lightship Chesapeake.

Christmas Village in Baltimore
Saturday & Sunday | $1 admission
Enjoy this authentic German holiday market with tons of crafts and gift options, food vendors, live performances, and more.

Maryland Historical Society
Saturday & Sunday | Free admission
Explore 400 years of Maryland history in the galleries and shop for “Made in Maryland” gifts and books in the store. Free admission applies to the museum and does not include the library.

American Visionary Arts Museum
Sock Monkey Saturday Only | Free admission
Sock Monkey Saturday is free, but regular museum admission applies to visit the museum. At this beloved Baltimore holiday tradition, make your very own sock monkey — a great last-minute gift, and just something fun to do with family, friends, and the Baltimore community.

Star-Spangled Banner Flag House & Museum
Saturday & Sunday | $1 admission

National Great Blacks In Wax Museum
Saturday & Sunday | $1 admission

The Jewish Museum of Maryland
Sunday Only | $1 admission
Hanukkah is coming, join in this dollar day and enjoy a variety of arts and crafts projects all using recycled materials. Activities are suitable for all ages and no artistic talent is required.

Top of the World
Saturday & Sunday | $1 admission
Enjoy the best views of Baltimore! Open 10 am-3 pm; last admission at 2:30 pm.

Washington Monument
Saturday & Sunday | Free admission
The Washington Monuments Gallery and digital exhibits are always free! Climb to the top for a bit extra, $6/adult and $4/child, 10 am-5 pm.

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Disclaimer/Terms: These opportunities are subject to last minute cancellations and changes that might not be reflected in this DullesMoms.com post. Please, always confirm by calling/clicking.


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