WASHINGTON - The National Pinball Museum in Baltimore, Md., is looking for a new home again.
The museum's last day at its current location near the Inner Harbor will be March 3. It opened there about a year ago after relocating from Georgetown.
"Unfortunately, despite our best efforts, we were unable to negotiate favorable terms with our landlord to extend our rental agreement without creating an extreme financial strain on the Museum's limited resources," writes David Silverman, the museum's founder, in a statement on the museum's website.
The museum was founded at the Shops at Georgetown Park in 2010, but lost its lease a year later.
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