Edward St. John Hall

Maryland Science Center, Maryland Academy of Sciences

Project Name
Edward St. John Hall

Baltimore, Maryland

Edward St. John Hall is home to the Maryland Science Center’s most iconic exhibit—Dinosaur Mysteries. Each year hundreds of thousands of students visiting on field trips and children visiting with families explore dinosaurs and paleontology through our signature hands-on learning style. The exhibit recently went through a complete renewal to ensure that it is ready for the next generation of dinosaur hunters and future generations to come.

“The Dinosaur Mysteries exhibit, housed in Edward St. John Hall, is one of the Maryland Science Center’s most iconic visitor experiences.  For many of our youngest visitors, it is their first encounter with our unique brand of science education.  Through the support of the Edward St. John Foundation this exhibit inspires curiosity and learning about the wonders of these giants that once roamed the planet.”

Mark J. Potter, President & CEO, Maryland Science Center

Partner Organizations

University of Maryland – Greenbaum Cancer Center
University of Maryland
Trinity School
The Maryland Zoo
The Arc Baltimore
Special Olympics Maryland
Severn School
R Adams Cowley Shock Trama Center
Mount Saint Joseph
McDonogh School
Marine Corps Toys For Tots
Loyola Blakefield
Living Classroom
Jemicy School
Freestate ChalleNege Academy
Cristo Rey Jesuit High School
Baltimore Police Athletic League
Kipp Baltimore
John Hopkins
Maryland Science Center
Maryland Half Marathon & SK
Bowie State University
Casey Cares Foundation