The National Museum of Dentistry will be closed to the public, Friday, June 14th for professional development purposes. We will reopen on our normal schedule, Tuesday, June 18th.

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About the NMD

At the Dr. Samuel D. Harris National Museum of Dentistry (NMD), a Smithsonian Affiliate institution, we celebrate the importance of a healthy smile and the unique history of the dental profession.

Hours

Tues-Friday 10am to 4pm

address

31 S. Greene St. Baltimore, MD 21201

Email

Phone

410-706-0600

Learn With NMD

Teachers & Students

The NMD is proud to offer educational programming that meets Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) as well as Common Core standards in literacy and mathematics. Learn more about our programs, including cost, duration, and how they meet education standards by visiting our Teachers & Students page.

Kids & Caretakers

Take advantage of these fun resources and activities to help children learn even more about their oral health and dentistry. The NMD is excited to offer printables, online learning, and on-site programming and events to engage young learners to think about smiles and their connection to the world.

A Mouthful of History

Funded by the Science Education Partnership Award (SEPA) from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences, A Mouthful of History will provide online educational modules that combine the health sciences, science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics (STEAM), and the humanities for Pre-K-12 learners.

The Making Schools Smile Fund

The Making Schools Smile Fund was established to ensure access to oral health education for Title I schools and low-income communities by providing transportation to the museum, developing virtual and off-site educational resources and programming, and to supplement and expand oral health education in elementary schools.

The Making Schools Smile Fund can be supported through donations, planned giving, and corporate partnerships.

Plan Your Event

The National Museum of Dentistry’s President’s Hall atrium is available as an unique setting for special events ranging from retirement receptions to continuing education lectures, while the Dr. Errol L. Reese Conference Room is available for business meetings and professional development opportunities for small groups. Fill out the form below to inquire about utilizing either space.

CELEBRATE

Celebrate a birthday, retirement, graduation, reunion, or one of many other special events in our one-of-a-kind space!

EDUCATE

Utilize our space and technology to experience a new learning environment. Hold your lecture or class at the museum before or after your visit to our galleries.

 

CONGREGATE

Have your business meeting, professional development event, or board meeting in the Dr. Errol L. Reese Conference Room.

Get Involved

The National Museum of Dentistry offers a range of opportunities to gain experience in the museum world while promoting the benefits of a healthy smile. The opportunities range from specialized tasks associated with the museum’s collection to helping with visitors to the museum. Individuals with all levels of experience and interests are encouraged to apply.

hours

Tuesday - Friday: 10am to 4pm

Address

31 S. Greene St. Baltimore, MD 21201

Phone

410-706-0600

The Dr. Samuel D. Harris National Museum of Dentistry is an auxiliary enterprise of the University of Maryland, School of Dentistry at the University of Maryland, Baltimore.

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