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 MAY 2021 


Day Out With Thomas is Back!

May 14 – 16 & May 21 – 23, 2021

Thomas the Tank Engine is rolling into town with the Party Train Tour. Hop on board for a real train ride with Thomas and grab your party pass to pick up favors at stops along the way. Say hello to Sir Topham Hatt, stop in the party corner for lawn game fun, have a blast in the bubble zone & check out the pop up gift shop for exclusive Thomas swag!

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Toddler Time

Thursdays, May 6 & 20, 10:30 AM

The B&O’s award winning Toddler Time program celebrate the excitement of learning through reading and various sensory exploration activities. 
May 6: Where Do Steam Trains Sleep at Night? by Brianna Caplan Sayres
May 20: Trains, Cranes, and Troublesome Trucks (A Thomas & Friends Story!)

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Farmers Market

Thursdays, May 6, 13, 20 & 27, 4 – 7 PM

The famous Fell's Point Farmers Market has joined forces with the B&O to bring you a community-centered, safe-shopping farmer's market experience right here in the parking lot of the B&O Railroad Museum. From the waterside to the trackside, we invite our neighbors to shop fresh products from many of the same beloved local vendors you know from the Fell's Point Farmers Market, as well as some new additions!


Extended Museum Hours & Evening Train Ride

Saturday, May 8, 10 AM – 8 PM

The Museum is offering extended hours on Sat, May 8! After a full day exploring the birthplace of American railroading, climb aboard the Mile One Express for a 6 PM evening train ride along the nation’s first mile of commercial railroad.


Working Women on the Rails Tour

Public Tour: Sunday, May 9, 12 PM

Junior Tour: Sunday, May 9, 2:30 PM

For the past almost 200 years, the experiences of workers on the B&O Railroad have helped groups fighting for civil rights forge a path toward equality. This tour will focus on women railroad workers throughout history and how their struggles and victories in the railroad industry have left a lasting impression on our world today.


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