Baltimore Over Spring Break: Stay + Play BOGO Coupons

Baltimore Spring Break

Is Baltimore on your spring break agenda? It should be!

My kids and I are in town for Spring Break and like so many of you, I am trying to plan a week of nearby excitement and entertainment for my crew.

Baltimore is packed with stimulating options for kids, for visiting family and friends and to SOS – Save Your Springs!

Best of all, right now Downtown Baltimore is offering BOGO (Buy One, Get One Free) on kids’ admissions to amazing attractions. Get your coupons + the details here.

Stay + Play in Downtown Baltimore has BOGO admission to Ripley’s Believe It or Not!, the B&O Railroad Museum,  Reginald F. Lewis Museum, The Baltimore Museum of Industry and more! Downtown Baltimore is also home to many other family-friendly attractions including the Port Discovery, National Aquarium, and Walter’s Art Museum.

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Ripley’s Believe It or Not!

BOGO Kids Admission with coupon April 2-13 

This “Odditorium” of learning and amazement is always a winner with kids. From shrunken heads to a 12ft tall Transformer sculpture made of scrap car parts, tons of hands-on interactives to sculptures made out of matchsticks. There is a Hall of Mirrors, and also a seriously realistic 4D movie experience in the Moving Movie Theatre.

Reginald F. Lewis Museum of African American History and Culture

BOGO Kids Admission with coupon April 2-13 

Check out the family programs calendar and family exhibit guides for the best way to share with kids this dynamic museum celebrating African American culture. Saturdays are family days, and April 11th is all about jazz legend Billie Holiday. Kids can scat, sing, dance and create an art project honoring this timeless songstress. The workshop is led by teaching artist Culture Queen, of Culture Kingdom Kids.

B&O Railroad Museum

BOGO Kids Admission with coupon through April 5

A visit to the train museum is a blast anytime, but over Spring Break kids can experience Choo Choo Blue’s Spring Break. There are appearances by Choo Choo Blue & Friend, LEGO Man, Anna & Elsa, and the Easter Bunny. Your Thomas fanatics can also spend a Day with Thomas April 24-26 & May 1-3.  Here is my family’s review. 

The Baltimore Museum of Industry

BOGO Kids Admission with coupon through April 13 

The new Video Game Wizards exhibit is transforming Science and Art into games. Discover how your talents, skills and passions could lead to a career in the interactive entertainment industry at this interactive exhibit.

Other fabulous kids activity options in Baltimore

Port Discovery

New LEGO Castle Adventure exhibit!

Builders of all ages are invited to explore, build and play in our newest traveling exhibition – LEGO Castle Advdnture! Transport to a LEGO kingdom and become master castle builders, using one of the greatest building materials of all time LEGO bricks.

Walters Art Museum

Always FREE

The Walters Family Art Center gives kids interactive gallery materials any time they visit. ArtCarts for children full of free in-gallery materials are placed throughout the museum. The ArtCarts have drawing kits and art books that make the nearby regular, adult exhibits accessible for young visitors. On weekends there are free Drop-In Art Activities for children. No registration is required! Here is my family’s review.

National Aquarium

New Living Seashore exhibit

Spring Break is your chance to go behind the scenes at the National Aquarium and be the first to see the new Living Seashore exhibit before it is open to the public.

What is YOUR family favorite experience in Baltimore? Share in the comments, and learn more at GoDowntownBaltimore.com, who sponsored this post.

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