The Museum follows the inclement weather schedule of Baltimore County Public School on weekdays and Recreation & Parks on weekends.
Upcoming Events

Open Cockpit -Saturday, October 17 at 11 am to 2 pm
Rain Date - October 24

$7 per Adult

$5 for 11 years and under

Babes in arms free

  • Face masks required

  • Hand sanitizer available and highly encouraged

  • Social distancing even on the bus going to our flight line

To celebrate the museum's 30th Anniversary, free keychains to the first 100 adults and free lapel pins for everyone!

New Page for Kids!
 Have Fun and Learn about Aeronautics!

Do you have any information on the Martin Co. baseball bat?

 

In 1945, the Martin Co. produced an aerodynamic baseball bat. It was given to the company’s baseball teams as well as to some professional baseball players. 

Do you know anyone who helped design the bat, produced it in the company wood shop or helped find the black ash in South Carolina? 

Do you have any engineering drawings of the bat, photos of the bat, stories about it or perhaps even have a bat? 

If you can help with this research project, please contact the Museum at martinmuseum@gmail.com

Thank you in advance for any help.

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.

We are OPEN!  Wednesday, Friday and

Saturday from 11 am to 3 pm.

 Open Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays 11 am to 3 pm 

Martin Hawaii Mars at Oshkosh June, 2016
Mars History
Exhibits
Open Cockpit       October 17
Maryland Air National Guard

Join us in 2020 as we commemorate the 75th  anniversary of the end of World War II and our 30th Anniversary as a non profit museum.

 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?

Current Projects
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Contact us:

GLMMAM

P.O. Box 5024

Middle River, MD 21220-0024

410-682-6122

martinmuseum@gmail.com

Visit us:

Martin State Airport

701 Wilson Pt. Road, Suite 531

Middle River,  MD 21220

OPEN - Wednesday to Saturday, 11 AM to 3 PM

Closed on Major Holidays

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