B&O Railroad Museum Membership Contest - CONTEST OVER
Face It...Kids Love Trains
What's not to love? They are big, noisy, and you can climb all over them. Where else can you immerse yourself in trains than the B&O Railroad Museum in Baltimore. Thanks to the generosity of the museum, Koddler is giving away a 2012 Family and Friends membership which allows entrance to 4 adults and 4 children.
B&O Members receive:
- Unlimited free admission for an annual membership to both the B&O in Baltimore, Mount Clare Museum House and Ellicott City Station
- Free Mile One Express Train rides & train rides to Mount Clare Museum House and discounted train rides to the Restoration Facility (Baltimore).
- Free on-site, off-street parking (Baltimore)
- 10% discount at the B&O Museum Store,Mount Clare Museum Store, Ellicott City Station Gift Shop, and on-line at Museum Store.
- 10% discount at Dr. Coupler's Railroad Photorium.
- Advance notice and/or ticket discounts to special events and programs.
- Special promotions or reciprocal memberships from our many partners offered to members only.
- Referral Rewards Program ($10 gift certificate for every new member you refer to the B&O)
B&O in Baltimore
The B&O Railroad Museum is home to the oldest, most comprehensive collection of railroad artifacts in the Western Hemisphere including an unparalleled roster of 19th and 20th century Railroad equipment. The 40-acre historic site is regarded as the birthplace of American Railroading and includes magnificent 19th century buildings and the first mile of commercial railroad track in America.
Ellicott City Station
Completed by the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad in 1830, the Ellicott City Station is the oldest surviving railroad station in America and the site of the original terminus of the first 13 miles of commercial track ever constructed in America. Today the site interprets the story of transportation and travel in early America through seasonal exhibits, educational programs and living history programs.
Mount Clare Museum House
Perched high on a hill overlooking the City of Baltimore and, what was, a 1,000 acre colonial agricultural-industrial complex is this 1756 Georgian home of Charles Carroll, Barrister. A pre-Revolutionary War politician and revolutionary, Carroll and his wife Margaret Tilghman built one of Maryland's finest houses and furnished it in high style. A designated National Historic Landmark, Mount Clare Museum House boasts one of America's finest collections of furniture and decorative arts; much of the collection related to the Carroll family. Great stories of Colonial Maryland, the Revolution, slavery and plantation life, early industry, the development of the B&O Railroad on Carroll land, the Civil War and beyond are all told here in this magnificent house.
You must be 18 years or older to enter.