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$5 admission to Port Discovery on March 15

Port Discovery is celebrating its 15th birthday on March 15 with discounted admission ($5 instead of the usual $13.95 per person ages 2 and up) and a variety of activities including Pop Up Science demonstrations, yoga, face painting, interactive storytelling, music with Mr. Norman and more.

"Our Birthday Bonanza is our opportunity to thank our visitors and the greater Baltimore community for helping Port Discovery to become not just one of Maryland’s most popular destinations for families, but one of the highest-rated children’s museums in the country," said Bryn Parchman, Port Discovery’s president and CEO.

For more information, call 410-727-8120 or visit portdiscovery.org.

 

Copyright © 2014, The Baltimore Sun
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