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The Maryland Science Center, a museum located in Baltimore, Maryland, features child-friendly scientific exhibits such as "Dinosaur Mysteries", "TerraLink", "Newton's Alley", and "RACE: Are We So Different?" The museum is also home to the Davis Planetarium, an IMAX theater, and a rooftop sky observatory. Maryland Science Center deals offer discounts on admission for select visitors. Tourists who purchase a yearly membership to the science center also qualify for special discounts and benefits.
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|Operated by||Maryland Science Center|
|Address||601 Light Street, Baltimore, MD 21230|
|Types of deals||Discounted admission, group rates, annual member benefits|
Maryland Science Center Coupons and Free Offers
- Children younger than age three qualify for free museum admission to the Maryland Science Center.
- Annual members of the science center receive free admission to the facility for a year. Other member benefits include a 25 percent discount on parking in the nearby Royal Sonesta Harbor garage, reduced prices at the museum gift shop and restaurant, and exclusive invitations to special science center events. Guests who purchase a VIP level membership also receive a free yearly subscription to Popular Science magazine and express museum entry.
- Members of other ASTC centers in the U.S. qualify for free entry to the Maryland Science Center. Eligible institutions include the Orlando Science Center in Florida, the Adler Planetarium in Illinois, and the Boston Children's Museum in Massachusetts.
Maryland Science Center Discounts and Deals
- Children aged three to twelve get a $3 admission discount at the Maryland Science Center. Kids also save $3 on the combination museum/IMAX ticket package.
- Seniors aged 62 and older save $1 on admission to the science center and on a combo IMAX/museum ticket.
- Groups of 15 or more who plan their trip to the Maryland Science Center in advance qualify for discounted admission rates. Visitors must book their tours at least two weeks in advance by calling (410)545-5929.
About the Maryland Science Center
The Maryland Science Center got its start as the Maryland Academy of Sciences in 1797. For years, the institution focused on both zoology and astronomy, which the museum continues to do today. In 1976, the Maryland Science Center moved to its present location on the Baltimore Inner Harbor. The new facility included a full-sized planetarium and added an IMAX theater ten years later. The Maryland Science Center is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Friday, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday, and from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday.