Reciprocal Admission Program

Members of the Greater Baltimore History Alliance can participate in a Reciprocal Admission Program that allows them to offer their members a pass to visit the other participating museum for free. Details of this program and the participating museums are listed below:

Program Guidelines

This program is an added benefit for individual members of participating Greater Baltimore History Alliance (GBHA) sites. Museum members who join one participating site at a level equivalent to $100 or above can enjoy free general admission when visiting other participating GBHA sites.

No other benefits or discounts provided by the original membership site are valid at the other participating sites, aside from free general admission. The free general admission does not apply to “materials fees,” or additional cost for special programs.

In order to receive the free admission benefit at a participating museum, the visitor must show the GBHA Reciprocal Membership Card and the original museum membership card. Visitors should also be prepared to show a picture ID.

The Reciprocal Membership Card expires at the same time as the original museum membership.

Participating Museums

Baltimore City Historical Society
Baltimore Museum of Industry
Baltimore Streetcar Museum
B & O Railroad Museum
Carroll Museums
Evergreen Museum & Library
Glenn L. Martin Maryland Aviation Museum
Hancock’s Resolution
Historic Ships in Baltimore
Homewood House Museum
Jewish Museum of Maryland
Mount Clare Museum House
National Electronics Museum
Preservation Society of Federal Hill and Fell’s Point
Reginald F. Lewis Museum
St. Mary’s Spiritual Center and Historic Site on Paca Street
(updated July 6, 2012)