Seniors & Firefighters
Children (Ages 2-18)
Children (Under Age 2)
For Tour Group Rates see the EDUCATION PAGE
The Museum is open on Saturdays year-round ─ 10am-4pm
Open June, July, and August Wed-Fri - 10am-4pm
*Closed on New Year's Day, 4th of July, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day
OFFICE HOURS (not open for public visitation)
Monday through Friday: 9am-5pm
Museum Store visitors are also welcomed year-round by calling ahead
The Fire Museum of Maryland is committed to providing a safe, educational, and fun atmosphere for all our visitors. As part of our interpretation program, the museum uses bells that can be loud, or come with no warning. In recognizing the needs of those visitors who have sensory processing issues Pathfinders for Autism has generously donated noise-canceling headphones. These are available at the admission desk upon entering the museum upon request.
The Museum is also fully handicap accessible. Should there be any assistance needed, the Museum keeps a wheelchair on hand for visitors to use. Handicap parking is also available. Should you have any questions, don't hesitate to call.
Child ID Program
Through a generous partnership, the Fire Museum is able to offer New York Life's Child ID Program as a free service at select events. The Child ID Program captures vital information in the event anything should happen to your child.
1301 R-York Road
Lutherville, MD 21093
Located just off the Baltimore Beltway I-695, Exit 26B,
North on York Road behind the Heaver Plaza Office Building
Free parking is available
FROM THE NORTH (New York, Philadelphia, Wilmington): I-95 South to I-695 (Baltimore Beltway) towards Towson. Exit 26B (York Road/Lutherville). Turn right at the second traffic light (Greenridge Road). Second driveway entrance on the left takes you to the Museum parking lot.
FROM THE SOUTH (Washington, Richmond): I-495 (Capital Beltway, Washington, DC) to I-95 North to I-695 (Baltimore Beltway) towards Towson. Proceed to Exit 26B (York Road/Lutherville). Turn right at the third traffic light (Greenridge Road). Second driveway entrance on the left takes you to the Museum parking lot.