Downtown attractions including the National Aquarium and the Maryland Science Center will offer $1 or free admission when Downtown Dollar or Less Days returns to Baltimore next month.
On Dec. 3 and 4, 15 museums and other attractions in downtown Baltimore will offer the admission discount. The promotion is part of the Downtown Partnership of Baltimore's "Downtown for the Holidays" campaign.
Some of the attractions, like Lexington Market and the Walters Art Museum, already offer free admission regularly, but for others, discounted admission is a steal. (For example, National Aquarium tickets typically cost $24.95-$39.95.)
For the aquarium and Port Discovery Children's Museum, limited discounted tickets will be available on a first-come, first-served basis.
The participating venues are below:
- Baltimore Streetcar Museum (1901 Falls Road): Dec. 4, $1
- Christmas Village in Baltimore (West Shore Park): 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Dec. 3-4, $1
- Maryland Historical Society (201 W. Monument St.):, Dec. 3-4, free
- The Walters Art Museum (600 N. Charles St.): Dec. 3-4, free
- Lexington Market (400 W. Lexington St.): Dec. 3-4, free
- Maryland Science Center (601 Light St.): Dec. 3-4, $1 (Imax not included
- National Aquarium, (501 E. Pratt St.): Dec. 3-4, $1 (limited tickets)
- Port Discovery Children's Museum (35 Market Place): Dec. 4, $1 (limited tickets)
- The National Great Blacks in Wax Museum (1601 E. North Ave.): Dec. 3-4, $1
- Reginald F. Lewis Museum (830 E. Pratt St.): Dec. 3-4, $1
- Geppi’s Entertainment Museum (301 W. Camden St., floor 2): Dec. 3-4, $1
- The Star Spangled Banner Flag House & Museum (844 E. Pratt St.): Dec. 3, $1
- Historic Ships in Baltimore, (Pier 1, 301 E. Pratt St.): Dec. 3-4, $1
- Babe Ruth Museum (216 Emory St.): Dec. 3-4, $1
- Jewish Museum of Maryland (15 Lloyd St.), Dec. 4, $1.