Families explore the real story behind George Washington’s dentures, vintage toothpaste commercials, and other fun oral-health topics
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- $6 for general admission for two ($14 value)
- $15.50 for general admission for four ($28 value)
- Free admission for kids ages 2 and under
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About National Museum of Dentistry
1840 became a landmark year for teeth when the world's first college of dentistry opened in Baltimore. In 1904, the school moved to a new building on campus at the University of Maryland, Baltimore, and in 1996, that historic structure became the country's official monument to the dental profession, the National Museum of Dentistry.
- Size: about 7,000 square feet—small enough to explore in an afternoon and large enough to fit at least 17 dinosaur molars
- Eye Catcher: the massive set of chompers that helps kids practice their brush technique
- Permanent Mainstay: the dental accoutrements of historic figures, such as Queen Victoria's personal instruments and George Washington's decidedly non-wooden ivory dentures
- Don't Miss: a tour through the history of toothbrushes that takes visitors back thousands of years via real artifacts