Dr. Samuel D. Harris National Museum of Dentistry
***UPDATE*** The Dr. Samuel D. Harris National Museum of Dentistry will be closed to the public for the month of February as repairs are ongoing to fix the flood damage that occurred in January. We apologize for any inconvenience and are working diligently to have the museum open again as soon as possible. If you have any questions about the museum, they can be directed to Patrick Cutter at 410-706-0600 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Smiles are always welcome...
At the NMD, we celebrate the importance of healthy smile and the unique history of the dental profession. With over 40,000 objects and an archive chronicling the development of professional dentistry, we are the premiere institute for researching dental history in the United States. Visit the museum to sink your teeth into fun for all ages with our interactive exhibits and mouthfuls of toothy history!
Become a Part of the Dental Team
Thanks to the generosity of individuals like you, NMD can fulfill its role as the “official museum of the dental profession.” Gifts to the NMD provide crucial funding for educational programs, preservation of our dental artifacts, exhibitions, and the continual day-to-day operations.
National Museum of Dentistry
31 S Greene St,
Baltimore, MD 21201
Dr. Scott Swank
Monday-Friday: 9am to 4pm
Members, Military, UMB Community, Teachers and Children (2 and under): FREE
Seniors and Students: $6
Children (3-12): $5
10 or more: $5 per person
K-12: $5 per student
Teachers & Chaperones: FREE
In addition to cash donations, which can be pledged by check or credit card, the NMD also happily accepts gifts of stock, planned or deferred contributions, and in-kind services. To discuss giving options, please contact email@example.com or 410-706-0846.
Looking to donate items to the NMD's collection, please visit our Object Donation page.
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