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National Museum of Dentistry

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Scheduling Your Visit

To schedule a guided tour, contact the Museum at 410-706-7461. Guided tours are scheduled on a first-come, first-served basis.


See tour descriptors for student fees. All teachers are free with their group. One chaperone is admitted free with every 10 students.

A 50 percent deposit is required for all guided tours. The balance is due upon arrival. Payment for a self-guided trip can be made in advance or on the day of arrival in the form of cash, check or credit card. We accept Visa, Mastercard and American Express. Advance payment resulting in overpayment cannot be refunded; the balance will be applied to your next trip.


Groups may bring sack lunches and eat a picnic-style lunch on the Museum's carpeted atrium floor. The Museum will provide trash cans, but cannot provide tables or chairs. Please notify the Museum if you plan to eat on site, as this must be added to your reservation. There is no charge for use of the atrium. Quick service restaurants are available within walking distance. A list of eating options is available upon request.


The Museum is wheelchair accessible and meets the Americans with Disabilities Act guidelines. Please let the Museum know if your students require special accommodations when booking your tour.

Buses and Parking

Buses and vans may unload and pick up at the corner of Greene and Lombard streets. Parking is not available at the Museum. For information on motor coach parking, visit For visitors, on-street metered parking and hourly garages are available nearby.


The National Museum of Dentistry is located at 31 South Greene St. (at Lombard St.) in downtown Baltimore, on the campus of the University of Maryland.


From I-95, take I-395 (Downtown Baltimore) and exit onto Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., staying in the right lane. At the fourth traffic light, turn right onto Baltimore St. Turn right at the first traffic light onto Greene St. The Museum is on the left.