Star Spangled Flag House


The guest families who met us at the attraction were having the BEST time in the dress up area when we arrived! One of the families is actually a friend of the producer! We love when we can invite people we know to be in the show with us. The little ones played with the puppet show materials and used the period costumes and items to pretend they lived back in the early 1800’s. It is the perfect spot for younger children to express themselves.


If you have a big family (or visiting for a family reunion), this is a tip that will really help. Groups of 15 or more can experience the Star-Spangled Banner Flag House at a reduced rate. Although prices may vary, depending on if you’re an adult, senior, military, student or child, you can save huge bucks with this offer. Reserve your visit as soon as possible. Reservations are made preferably two or more weeks in advance.


We did a lot of research for the show! Though we couldn’t visit every destination, we did want to show you what else we found.

Experience Maryland’s history and life at Maryland Historical Society. Visit a collection that includes more than 350,000 objects and 7 million books and documents, ranging from Maryland’s early settlement to the present. This location is the oldest continuously operating cultural institution in the state and contains artifacts from old paintings to iconic toys, dolls and games. If you have a history buff in the family or a child working on a special Boy Scout or Girl Scout badge, this MD Historical Society might be the perfect stop. Also, the original manuscript of the Star-Spangled Banner is here for the visitors to see.
NOTE: CLOSED on Mondays

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