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Below are some museums operated by UMB, as well as others that are near campus. All offer indispensable educational experiences, from thousands of artifacts curated by the world's oldest dental college, to a blue glass museum that rests above local living artists' studios in an historic clocktower. Each museum on this list is well worth the visit!
UMB Campus Museums
522 W. Lombard St., Baltimore
Davidge Hall is the founding building of the University of Maryland, Baltimore and the University System of Maryland. It houses offices, museum artifacts, a conference room on the first floor, and two superimposed round amphitheaters (Chemical Hall and Anatomical Hall) with surrounding galleries with stadium-type seating and stepped aisles.
31 S. Greene St., Baltimore, MD 21201
The museum’s extensive 40,000 object collection of dental instruments, furniture, and artwork is one of the most important and oldest in the world, tracing its roots to the Baltimore College of Dental Surgery, the world’s first college of dentistry, founded in 1840.
655 W. Lombard St., Baltimore, MD 21201
Maryland’s only museum dedicated to nursing, the Living History Museum honors the critical role of nurses and chronicles the continuing story of the profession. Established in 1999, the museum displays hundreds of historic items, and features video and audio histories of nurses recounting stories from previous generations.
19 W Fayette St., Baltimore, MD 21201
Westminster Burying Ground, originally Westminster Presbyterian cemetery, was establisted in 1786. In 1852, the church was constructed on brick piers above the graves, creating remarkable catacombs. The Burying Ground is the gravesite of many notable persons, most famous for the burial place of Edgar Allan Poe.
216 Emory St., Baltimore, MD 21230
The Babe Ruth Birthplace and Museum presents the life and times of George Herman "Babe" Ruth, Baltimore's native son who became America's first sports celebrity and an international icon.
901 West Pratt St., Baltimore, MD 21223
Comprised of the oldest and most comprehensive collection of railroad history in the Western Hemisphere, the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Museum is a unique cultural and educational asset for the city and the region.
21 S. Eutaw St., Baltimore, MD 21201
Inside the Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower is the Emerson/Maryland Glass Museum which houses the largest collection of Bromo Seltzer and Maryland Glass bottles in existence. The Museum is on the 15th floor and is on loan from and curated by Ernest Dimler.