Kidscape

Hands-on activities for children and their families!

Kidscape

Location: Pearlstone Park at Cathedral and Preston streets

Hours
Friday-Saturday: 11am-8pm
Sunday: 11am-7pm

The B&O Railroad Museum showcases a mini exhibit as well as craft activities that surround the history of railroad China.
  • A mini makerspace by Baltimore City Public Schools - Early Learning Programs promotes tinkering, learning and open-ended exploring.
  • Art activities with Civic Works promote energy efficiency.
  • FLO - Friendly Loving Opportunities provides families a chance to design beautiful messages in a bottle for those that are less fortunate.
  • Historic Ships in Baltimore has hands-on Curtis Drills and designing activities to illustrate the life of a sailor and the USS Constellation history.
  • Leaders of Tomorrow Youth Center leads children in creating Awakening the Arts affirmations.
  • Maryland Historical Society brings the tradition of quilt making to Kidscape—inspired by their current exhibition, “Hometown Girl: Contemporary Quilts of Mimi Dietrich.”
  • Maryland Public Television brings slim making and learning about television programming together for an exciting mix of activities.
  • The University of Maryland Extension Baltimore City 4-H offers STEAM activities with Legos and robots.
Kidscape Performance Space
Join us at the Kidscape Performance Space! In the heart of Pearlstone Park, the performance space is an interactive platform with demonstrations and performances, featuring education and entertainment, with programming from a wide range of organizations.

New for 2019
Civic Works’ Tiny House
While visiting Civic Works in Kidscape, view their fully functional tiny house. The Mobile Energy Education Center is a 200-square foot tiny house on wheels that features more than a dozen “green” and energy-saving materials or technologies. The Baltimore Energy Challenge, a collaboration between the nonprofit Civic Works and the Baltimore City Office of Sustainability, educates students on green technology and sustainable living and inspires residents to become more energy efficient. The Mobile Energy Education Tiny House was constructed by Baltimore City youth who are learning hands-on construction skills and earning a GED through Civic Works’ YouthBuild Program.































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