Baltimore Museum of Industry is at 1415 Key Hwy. Housed in an 1865 oyster cannery, the museum features exhibits about the social and economic history of Baltimore's industries. Re-creations include a print shop, a garment loft, a late 19th-century machine shop, a pharmacy and a cannery. Visitors can view the 1906 steam tug Baltimore, which was a common sight on the city waterfront for more than 50 years. Temporary exhibits also are offered.
Guided, self-guiding and audio tours are available.