Upcoming Events​​

The Glenn L. Martin Maryland Aviation Museum  is open on Wednesdays and Saturdays from 11 am to 3 pm and by appointment for private tours on other days. (Additional rates may apply.).

 Private tours (Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday or Friday) - To make arrangements for your tour, which will take approximately 90 minutes, send an email at least 48 hours in advance of your visit to  Nancy Zellinger, martinmuseum@gmail.com

Planning a visit to the museum?  Please take time to read, fill out, print, and bring with you our Hold Harmless form. (Download)


Covid-19 Screening at the Main Entrance Security Checkpoint

All staff and visitors will be required to answer a screening questionnaire and have their names recorded.  Any “yes” answers to the questionnaire will result in being denied entry.

Open Cockpit - Saturday, April 17 
  • 11 am to 2 pm
  • Last bus to go see the planes at 1:30
  • If possible please bring this completed Hold Harmless form. (Download)
  • Cost - $7 per Adult
                $5 for children 12 and under
                 Babes in arms free
  • Due to space and social distancing, we will only be able to accommodate up to 160 people an hour for a total of 400 people.
  • The museum itself will be open until 3 pm
  • Face masks will be required
  • Rain date is April 24
Three New Exhibits
The Frank G. Schenuit Rubber Company
Have Fun and Learn about Aeronautics!
 The Museum follows the inclement weather schedule of Baltimore County Public School on weekdays and Recreation & Parks on weekends.
African American Aviation 
Wooden Models by Adolph Esbrandt
Mike Simon, National Electronics Museum
Radar During the Vietnam War
Zoom Speaker Series March 1, 2021
on YouTube
Maryland Air National Guard

Join us in 2021 as we continue to share the story of Glenn L. Martin and the Maryland Aerospace industry.

 The Museum offers visitors renovated and expanded exhibits and  tours of its outdoor flight line of 14 aircraft. 

The Museum draws inspiration from aviation pioneer and visionary Glenn L. Martin.  Martin relocated his aircraft manufacturing company from Cleveland, Ohio to Middle River, Maryland in 1928, helping cement Maryland's position as a leader in aviation.


The Glenn L. Martin Maryland Aviation Museum's mission is preserving the history of aviation in Maryland for future generations while educating the public about science, technology and Glenn L. Martin. 

Your path to Maryland's contribution to Aviation

Who was Glenn L. Martin?

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Contact us:


P.O. Box 5024

Middle River, MD 21220-0024



Visit us:

Martin State Airport

701 Wilson Pt. Road, Suite 531

Middle River,  MD 21220

OPEN - Wednesday and Saturday, 11 AM to 3 PM or by appointment

Closed on Major Holidays

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