Doors: 3 PM | Showtime: 4 PM

In celebration of the Museum’s designation as a National Underground Railroad Network to Freedom site by the National Park Service, we are hosting three films in the 1884 Roundhouse on the topics of Slavery, the Underground Railroad, and freedom.   

The three movies this month, Amistad, Harriet, and Selma, spotlight the harsh reality of slavery, racial discrimination, and show the heroes that persevered. 

Admission is FREE.

While some seating will be available, guests may also come “picnic” style with blankets and bring snacks.

Presented by: South Baltimore Gateway Partnership
Proud Sponsor: George S. Rich Family Foundation

Film Schedule:

*Please note that due to serious nature of the subject matter, children under the age of 10 are not recommended. Amistad is Rated R: Restricted. Persons under 17 are not admitted unless accompanied by parent or adult guardian.


Please note: effective August 9, 2021, the B&O requires masks indoors for visitors and staff in compliance with Baltimore City guidelines.

Thank you for helping us keep our visitors, staff, and volunteers safe. Learn more about our health & safety guidelines.

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Martin Luther King, Jr. Weekend: A Celebration of Freedom

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Black History Month Free Film Series at the B&O

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Model Train Gallery sponsored by Bank of America

Now Open!

Patrese T.
June 2021

I love that the museum is what remains of the old train yard and the number and variety of train cars is remarkable.

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