Baltimore Museum of Industry

Women of Steel is an outdoor exhibition along Key Highway in Federal Hill at the Baltimore Museum of Industry. This collection explores what women experienced in the workplace at Bethlehem Steel, which used to be in Locust Point. As we now have our first woman as Vice President, no matter your political views, this exhibit was indeed a momentous and empowering stroll around the Baltimore Museum of Industry.

Right now, indoors at the Baltimore Museum of Industry is by appointment only. You can purchase 10 tickets for $150 with your close family or friends to explore the inside of the museum at the allotted time slot. The outdoor exhibition is free, and parking is free at the museum.

Parents Weekend

During the week, my friends and I work and workout so we can have playtime on the weekends! This weekend, my parents joined me on my adventures. We first explored walking around the Baltimore Museum of Industry, which has a lot to “sink” in.

Then we got carryout at Limoncello Restaurant since they had no room to take any walk-ins. We thoroughly enjoyed our Italian meal on the roof deck. The Italian meats and cheeses platter is to die for. To walk it all off, we took in the sights around Federal Hill and Locust Point.