12 Baltimore area attractions will open their doors this weekend, December 8 and 9, 2018 to offer free or $1 admission. This yearly event, called Dollar or Less Days, is sponsored by Downtown Partnership of Baltimore. You can download a handy map right here.
Christmas Village in Baltimore – 501 Light Street
Enjoy $1 admission to the heated festival tent at this German-inspired Christmas village on both December 8 and 9. Hours: Saturday: 11am – 8pm & Sunday: 11am – 7pm.
Jewish Museum of Maryland — 15 Lloyd Street
On December 9, enjoy this museum for $1 admission. See the Inescapable exhibit about Harry Houdini. At 2pm, there will be a performance by magician David London playing Harry Houdini. Hours: Sunday: 10pm – 5pm
Historic Ships in Baltimore — 301 East Pratt Street, Pier One-Constellation Dock
See four historic ships and a lighthouse exhibiting life at sea from the mid-19th century to the mid-1980’s on December 8 and 9 for $1. Hours: Saturday & Sunday: 10am – 4:30pm.
Maryland Historical Society — 201 W. Monument Street
Admission will be FREE on both days. (The 2nd Sunday of every month is free!). Hours: Saturday: 10am – 5pm & Sunday: 12pm – 5pm.
Maryland Science Center – 601 Light Street
On December 8 and 9, admission is just $1.00 to see the permanent exhibit halls, a planetarium show, demo stage, and the Observatory (weather permitting, Saturday only). IMAX is not included. Arrive early, space is limited and subject to sell-out. Hours: Saturday: 10am – 6pm & Sunday: 11am – 5pm.
Mt. Vernon Place Washington Monument — 699 N. Charles Street
See the Monument’s gallery space decked out for the holidays and engage with interactive exhibits about the history of the Monument and Mount Vernon Place for free both days. Climb to the top for awesome views of the city for an additional charge. Discounted tickets are available for the climb up the Monument. Hours: Saturday & Sunday: 10am – 5pm.
National Aquarium — 501 E. Pratt Street
Admission will be $1 on both days, a significant savings from regular admission. Tickets must be purchased on-site at the ticket window. (movie theater not included.) Arrive early — timed entry system will be in effect both days. Hours: Saturday & Sunday: 10am – 4pm
The National Great Blacks in Wax Museum — 1601 East North Avenue
$1 admission both days, which is a $14 savings over regular admission. Hours: Saturday: 9am – 5pm & Sunday: 12pm – 5pm.
Port Discovery Children’s Museum — 35 Market Place
Explore Port Discovery for just $1 per person on December 9. No coupons or other discounts accepted. First come, first serve basis. Hours: Sunday: 12pm – 5pm.
Reginald F. Lewis Museum – 401 East Pratt Street
The Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History & Culture is offering $1 admission on December 8 and December 9. This is a $7 savings off the regular $8 adult admission price. On Saturday, there will be a Holiday Traditions Drop-in Art Activity from 11am – 3pm. Hours: Saturday: 10am – 5pm & Sunday: 12pm – 5pm.
Star-Spangled Banner Flag House — 844 East Pratt Street
The Flag House will be open for normal business hours on Saturday, December 8 for $1 admission. Hours: Saturday: 10am – 4pm.
Top of the World Observation Deck — 401 East Pratt Street
Enjoy a 360-degree panoramic view of Baltimore’s skyline, harbor and beyond from atop the World Trade Center building for $1 on both days. Hours: Saturday & Sunday: 10am – 3pm.
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