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Fire Museum of Maryland

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The Fire Museum of Maryland is one of the largest fire museums in America. Located in Lutherville, MD (Baltimore County), the Museum is a leading institution in preserving, restoring and interpreting the history of the urban fire service in the U.S.

 

Programs by Fire Museum of Maryland

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Forest Vs Flame

Wildfires continue to be a growing problem not just in the United States but throughout the whole world. Learn why wildfires start, how they spread so quickly, and how firefighters respond to these fires.Next Generation Science Standards...

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Science of Fire Safety

This STEM program is all about the science of fire itself, different ways to put out a fire, and how to stop them from happening in the first place. Discover the scientific composition of a fire, why fireworks look so cool and why sometimes water...

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Virtual Bucket Brigade

Ringing bells, passing buckets, yelling “Fire!” and having fun are required. Surrounded by gleaming fire engines, students learn about the evolution of firefighting technology and fire safety.Maryland State Curriculum–Social Studies Connections...

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More About This Provider

Type of Organization

Arts/Cultural/Museum

Contact

Aaron Lippincott   alippincott@firemuseummd.org
1301-R York Rd
Lutherville Maryland 21093
410-321-7500
United States

firemuseummd.org

Primary Disciplines

The programs of Fire Museum of Maryland cover:

Career Education
Health/Physical Education
Industrial Technology
Sciences
Social Studies/History
STEM
Technology/Information Science

Awards, Quotes, Testimonials

"I can not praise this field trip enough. I think that you developed a very engaging field trip that was a great treat to our students. Thank you so much for offering us the opportunity. I hope we can visit you in person once the world gets a little bit more normal. Thank you again."

-First Grade Teacher, Johnnycake Elementary School.


"I want to thank you both for a fabulous virtual field trip! You helped bring some normal to our school year by presenting the museum to the students. It was an interesting topic and the visuals were very kid friendly. The videos were the perfect length and also kid friendly. The book at the end was the perfect way to end the presentation... I also want to thank you for your kind tone and the way you spoke to everyone. You were patient, encouraging and courteous – which is what we teach our students... Again, thank you for your time and for your enthusiasm!"

-Second Grade Teacher, West Towson Elementary School.