Views from the Baltimore Museum of Industry
On Saturday mornings in the summer, the parking lot of the Baltimore Museum of Industry becomes a small Farmer’s Market.
It has been a long time since I was in Baltimore on a Saturday- particularly on a sunny, not too steamy Saturday. I took advantage and set off on an iced coffee walk towards the museum.
I’ve been inside the Museum once for a company Christmas party. The inside is definitely worth the entrance fee once. Most of the time I am in the giant parking lot. Food truck rallies, Farmers’ Markets, and other festivals take place here often.
Also the Baltimore Museum of Industry is a prime Inner Harbor wedding venue. BC’s friends got married here a few years back and have their own brick engraved on the promenade.
With gorgeous water views like these it is easy to see why people are clamoring to hold events here.
The Museum is located on Key Highway, one of the main routes toward Ft. McHenry– home of Francis Scott Key’s Star Spangled Banner. A lot of runners take to the sidewalks around here. If you are in Baltimore and are in need of a running route- around the Inner Harbor down Key Highway towards the Fort is where I would send you.
For now I’m happy with my purchases-a huge batch of golden beets and some local Baltimore homemade salad dressing. It seems like today is a good day for a sunny Saturday BBQ.