B&O Railroad Museum (Baltimore, Md.): Kids of every age are entranced by the gigantic iron horses that fill the roundhouse where American railroading got its start.
Art and Industry (Baltimore, Md.): Baltimore's museums have a few attractions the kids are sure to like. The Walters Art Museum has a great armor collection, while the sculpture garden at the Baltimore Museum of Art delights even the youngest children. And the guides at the Baltimore Museum of Industry offer insights on kids' levels and even let them try out some of the machines.
Harbor Queen Boat Ride (Annapolis, Md.): The kids love leaning over the rail as waves hit the boat, and it's a great way to see the bay. There's a little history lesson, but mostly this is a wind-in-your-face, sun-in-your-eyes ride.
Delaware History Museum (Wilmington, Del.): Toddlers can run up and down the ramps, school-age children can try out the interactive displays, and everybody will get a kick out of the "Distinctly Delaware" exhibit. Grandma's Attic adds hands-on activities to the fun.
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