Including the B&O Railroad Museum in your will is a lasting way to honor your legacy.

A bequest (a gift made through a Will of assets or other property to a beneficiary) is a provision in your Will naming the B&O Railroad Museum as a beneficiary of all or a portion of the estate.

If you already have a Will, you can add a bequest with a codicil (a change to an existing Will). Here is a sample codicil to use for the B&O Railroad Museum.

There are several ways to include the B&O in your Will and the one you choose depends on family considerations, your charitable interests, and the assets that make up your estate and your goals. Bequests can be made using a variety of assets including cash, securities, real estate, or insurance policies. There is no limit on how much you can contribute through your Will. It’s always good to involve an attorney or professional that is experienced in estate planning when making any changes to your Will.

Please have your will or codicil drafted by an attorney who is familiar with the estate laws of the state where you live. The B&O Railroad Museum is not engaged in legal or tax advisory service.

Additionally, we hope you will tell us if you decide you’d like to leave a legacy gift to the B&O Railroad Museum. With your permission, we would like to recognize your gift through membership in our Legacy Society, a distinguished group of B&O Railroad Museum supporters who have generously made legacy gifts to the B&O Railroad Museum.

Your willingness to be listed as a member of our Legacy Society encourages others to follow your example, which is another way you can support the B&O Railroad Museum.

To Discuss Giving options

Contact the Development Office at 443-627-2391 or email

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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