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The Park and Museum honors Benjamin Banneker — scientist, astronomer, mathematician, abolitionist, surveyor, farmer, almanac publisher– on the site of his former farmstead. We offer a diverse array of educational exhibits and environmental programs as well as trails, and horticultural demonstration areas.

The Friends of Benjamin Banneker Historical Park & Museum is a 501(c)3 nonprofit volunteer organization organized to promote and develop the park and museum in cooperation with the Baltimore County Dept. of Recreation and Parks.

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Directions

From Frederick Rd. in Catonsville, turn onto Oella Ave. Proceed to the park entrance, which is not far from the Old Frederick Rd. and Oella Ave. intersection.

From Baltimore:
– Take I-95 S to exit 49B towards I-695 W
– Merge onto I-695 N
– Take exit 14 to Edmondson Ave.
– Turn left on Edmondson Ave.
– At the traffic circle, take the 3rd exit onto Old Frederick Rd.
– Turn right on Oella Ave.
– The Park and Museum is on the left.

From Washington:
– Take I-95 N to exit 47A-B towards Route 166/Catonsville
– Merge onto I-195 W and take the exit towards Catonsville
– Continue onto MD-166 N/S Rolling Rd.
– Turn left on MD-144/Frederick Rd.
– Turn right on Oella Ave.
– The Park and Museum is on the left.

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Find us on Google Maps: https://www.google.com/maps/place/Benjamin+Banneker+Historical+Park+and+Museum/@39.269956,-76.775362,17z/data