After viewing a 30-minute docu-drama about the life of Benjamin Banneker, visitors will be guided on a tour of the museum and grounds. Born in 1731, Benjamin Banneker was a self-taught free African American born in Baltimore County. He was renowned as the author of one of the first almanacs, as a surveyor working with Pierre L’Enfant in Washington D.C., a mathematician, astronomer and a naturalist. The tour includes a replica of his log cabin and a colonial kitchen garden. The 144-acre park has numerous hiking trails and areas for picnics. Maximum 10 people. Special SBO price: $3 per person with voucher. Exact cash will be collected with SBO voucher upon entering the museum.