Baltimore Museum of Industry to open free outdoor exhibit

Shaniqua Juliano

Baltimore Museum of Industry opening outdoor exhibit as its doors remain closed Updated: 3:53 PM EDT Oct 2, 2020 Baltimore Business Journal The Baltimore Museum of Industry is preparing to open its first-ever outdoor exhibit, comprised of a series of 10 large information panels set up along Key Highway, and […]

Baltimore Museum of Industry opening outdoor exhibit as its doors remain closed

The Baltimore Museum of Industry is preparing to open its first-ever outdoor exhibit, comprised of a series of 10 large information panels set up along Key Highway, and available for the public to view for free.”Women of Steel” will recognize the history and stories of women who worked at Bethlehem Steel’s Sparrows Point mill in Baltimore County from the 1930s until its closure in 2012. The new installation will open Oct. 12, marking the first time since March an exhibit at the museum has been open to the public.The BMI closed March 14 as the coronavirus pandemic set in and its doors remain shut, except for a few services and small events. While other city museums have reopened in recent weeks, the BMI opted to take things slow, said Claire Mullins, director of marketing and events for the museum. However, they hope to have a plan in place soon to welcome guests back in late October, and are considering an appointment-only system.Read the full story from our partners at the Baltimore Business Journal

The Baltimore Museum of Industry is preparing to open its first-ever outdoor exhibit, comprised of a series of 10 large information panels set up along Key Highway, and available for the public to view for free.

“Women of Steel” will recognize the history and stories of women who worked at Bethlehem Steel’s Sparrows Point mill in Baltimore County from the 1930s until its closure in 2012. The new installation will open Oct. 12, marking the first time since March an exhibit at the museum has been open to the public.

The BMI closed March 14 as the coronavirus pandemic set in and its doors remain shut, except for a few services and small events. While other city museums have reopened in recent weeks, the BMI opted to take things slow, said Claire Mullins, director of marketing and events for the museum. However, they hope to have a plan in place soon to welcome guests back in late October, and are considering an appointment-only system.

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