Play is integral in the development of critical skills: creativity, curiosity, critical thinking, risk taking, and problem solving.
Reach for the sky in a four-story SkyClimber. Become the captian of a giant cargo ship in The Port. Adventure through three floors of hands-on exhibits and make memories that last a lifetime.
Experience a day well spent with the whole family at Port Discovery Children's Museum! Port Discovery features three floors of hands-on, interactive exhibits that encourage children to use their imaginations, ask questions, and explore how things work as they learn through play.
As children play together, make believe, create connections - and discover that learning is fun - the whole family enjoys a day full of fun and magical memories. Parents and caregivers are encouraged to get in on the fun - and to watch, learn and be proud of what their children accomplish along the way.
Plan a Field Trip
Hands-on learning and adventures at Port Discovery can be enhanced through the many educational, interactive and fun programs offered at the Museum. Choose from programs focusing on Arts & Culture, STEM, Healthy Families: Healthy Communities, Early Education and more – and help children get hands-on with the topics they’re learning about in the classroom! Group Visits are available for groups of 15 or more, are available throughout the year, and feature highly discounted ticket prices. Contact us for more information at 410.864.2666 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Celebrate with Us!
Celebrate your child's birthday with an easy-to-plan party featuring fun, imagination, and learning!
Host affordable, easy-to-plan and memorable parties at the best place for play, learning and fun in Baltimore. Choose from a variety of packages to meet your celebration needs.
Plan a birthday party today!
Port Discovery Children’s Museum student visits and programs are supported in part by the Maryland State Department of Education. Programs and exhibits at Port Discovery are made possible in part by the Citizens of Baltimore County and by the Howard County Arts Council through a grant from Howard County Government.