Address: 9900 Colony Seven Rd., Fort Meade, MD
Tel.: (301) 688-5849;
The National Cryptologic Museum is located in Fort George G. Meade, Maryland, at the Baltimore-Washington Pkwy, junction MD Road 32. The museum is considered a public outreach of the NSA which has its offices not far from the museum.
Address: 67-69 Prince George Street, Annapolis, Maryland 21401, Tel. 877-295-3022
Address: 988 Main St, Deale, MD; Tel.: 410-867-9499.
Galesville Heritage Society, Inc. operates the Galesville Heritage Museum in the Carrie Weedon House at 988 Main Street. The Museum is open on Sundays from April through November, 1 - 4 p.m. or by appointment.
Located in the old Mount Moriah A.M.E. Church at 84 Franklin Street in Annapolis (off Church Circle in the Annapolis historic district).
The Banneker-Douglass Museum, named for Benjamin Banneker and Frederick Douglass, is dedicated to preserving Maryland’s African American heritage and serves as the state’s official repository of African American material culture.
Immerse yourself in the rich history of Maryland’s African American community at this interactive museum; inspire your innovative side as you see famous Maryland astronomer and inventor Benjamin Banneker’s telescope; create a story quilt and learn to investigate historic objects using your five senses.
Address: 1745 West Nursery Road, Linthicum, MD 21090; Tel.: 410-765-3803 or 410-765-0230
History of the Nation's Defense Electronics and more.
Find out what kinds of electronic devices kids used in the days before Play Station Three, high definition televisions, and I-Pods. Learn about televisions, radios, and cell phones. Find out what a record player looks like when you rest your eyes on a working original Edison cylinder phonograph. See the first American radar system ever built, a lunar camera like the one used to photograph Neil Armstrong’s moon landing, and the SCR-584 – a giant radar unit that you can enter and explore.
Address: 723 Second St, Annapolis, MD
The historic McNasby's Oyster Company building has been brought back to life as the “Bay Experience Center.”
Get to know the maritime heritage of the Annapolis area from a waterside campus on the shores of Back Creek.
Learn about the life of watermen and the seafood industry of yesteryear in the Bay Experience Center that
is housed within the area’s last remaining oyster packing plant, McNasby’s.
Board a boat and take a 1.5 mile trip out to the Thomas Point Shoal Lighthouse. Tour the last remaining screw-pile lighthouse in its original location on the Chesapeake Bay.
Address: 1418 E West Shady Side Rd, Shady Side, MD 20764.
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