Join the B&O for a celebration of our First Responders!

On September 7th, 2024, from 10:00 am to 3:30 pm the B&O Railroad Museum is excited to partner with the First Responders Children’s Foundation for First Responders Showcase!  

Come out to meet First Responders, learn about their roles, and take a ride on the Mile One Express over to the Restoration Shop for a controlled collision demonstration. Train rides to the controlled collision site depart at 10:45 am and 1:30 pm. During the controlled collision, see First Responders in action as they respond to a simulated emergency on the tracks!  

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Admission:

Register in advance to guarantee your train ride ticket! Please select either the 10:45 AM or 1:30 PM train ride departure time when purchasing your tickets. Tickets include museum admission, the train ride, and event admission. Museum admission without train ride to collision site also available on-site.

First Responders with ID receive FREE admission & train ride! Please register through the ticket link above to claim your free ticket.

Please Note: Hard-soled, closed toe shoes are REQUIRED for those taking the train to the collision site. You will be away from the main museum campus for about 1.5 hours; there are no restrooms or food/drink available.


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Upcoming Events at the B&O

2024

Monthly Tours

Go inside the the B&O No. C-1775 Wooden Bobber Caboose!

July 10, 13 & 14

Tour the B&O No. 7701 “Dreamland Sleeper”

August 14, 17 & 18

June 21

6:30-9:30 PM

Sensory Inclusive Summer Camp

Week 1: June 24-28

The Battle at Monocacy Junction: How the Railroad Saved Washington

June 29 | Lecture @ 1:45 PM

June 30 & July 28

12-1 PM

July 4

10:30 AM – 3:30 PM

July 13

5 PM – 8 PM

WITH GENEROUS SUPPORT FROM:

Ransom007
Anaheim, CA

The roundhouse was my favorite part, because it gives a true feel for what goes on in a roundhouse—the cars are stationary, but seeing the actual tracks is eye-opening.

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