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         Museum Hours of Operation:
 Wednesday, Saturday and  Sunday - 11 am to 3 pm or by appointment.

Do you have a business that would like to sponsor The GLMMAM Holiday Plane and Train Garden?  More Information
Have Fun and Learn about Aeronautics!

Nasa - First Woman Graphic Novels and Interactive Experiences
Upcoming Events​​
  • Monday, October 3, 2022 at 7 PM
    Monthly Speaker Series

    Robert Ferrier, Geoff Danek, Daphne Glover, Buck Carey, and John Benam discussing Rocket To Venus The Film
  • Saturday, October 15, 2022 
    Open Cockpit
    • 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 - $8 per Adult
                  $5 for children 12 and under - Babes in arms free
    • The museum itself will be open until 3 pm
    • Rain date is October 22.
New Saturday Aircraft Work Sessions 
We Need You!


The Aircraft Team plans to work the 2nd & 4th Saturdays of the month. 

Volunteers interested in helping please meet in front of the museum outside doors no later than 9am to be escorted to Strawberry Point (about 1 mile) to work on the planes. Plan to work until about 12 noon.

If you are not yet a GLMMAM volunteer , come to the museum by 9 am and fill out the forms.

For questions, please email

Join us in 2022 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 15 aircraft. 

The restoration of our Pratt & Whitney R2800-43, which was used in the Martin B-26 Marauder, has been completed.


Check out the progress on the MS-1 and AH-1S Cobra on the Current Projects  page.

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

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 to:


  • Educate people of all ages about aviation and space endeavors in Maryland; past, present, and future.


  • Inspire people of all ages by delivering experiences that nurture and accelerate aerospace “dreams”.


  • Preserve Maryland aerospace history and artifacts.

Your path to Maryland's contribution to Aviation

Who was Glenn L. Martin?

Current Projects
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