Known as the birthplace of American railroading, the B&O Railroad Museum gives visitors the chance to experience the story of American railroading at the very place where it began. The Museum is located on the historic grounds of the B&O Railroad’s Mt. Clare shops, houses some of the world’s most important pieces of American railroading history, and offers a range of events, educational programs, tours, and more for visitors of all ages. Start your journey at the B&O Railroad Museum today!
Did You Know?
The B&O offers free off-street, on-site parking for visitors and reserved motor coaches or buses.
We take your health and safety seriously.
The B&O’s expansive campus—including our 15,000 sq. ft. Pavilion and the historic Baldwin Roundhouse which covers nearly an acre of ground—gives you the freedom to safely and comfortably explore the story of American railroading.
Located at 901 W Pratt Street in Baltimore, the Museum offers FREE off-street, on-site parking.
We care for the health and safety of all visitors and staff while still maintaining a fun and engaging space. Our campus spans 40-acres and the Roundhouse is an open-air facility. Below is the Museum’s plan to continue keeping our visitors, staff, and volunteers safe.
Visit the B&O’s Museum Store on-site or online. Enjoy food purchased from our B&O Café or vending area.
Take advantage of our reduced admission rate for groups of 20 or more! Group rates are available with advance reservation and include access to all exhibits and daily presentations.