What is Baltimore Heritage?

Founded in 1960, Baltimore Heritage, Inc. is Baltimore’s nonprofit historic and architectural preservation organization. With two staff members, 33 volunteer board members, and a host of volunteers, we work to preserve and promote Baltimore’s historic buildings and neighborhoods.

Baltimore Heritage, Inc.
11 1/2 West Chase Street
Baltimore, MD 21201

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Photograph by James W. Rosenthal, 2001. Courtesy Library of Congress, Historic American Building Survey, HABS MD,4-BALT,55--24.

World War One Centenary Tours of Zion Lutheran on September 22 and the War Memorial on October 8

September 18, 2014

We had a great time in Patterson Park this weekend as we helped to celebrate the Bicentennial of the Battle of Baltimore and shared information and artifacts from this spring’s archeological dig in Patterson Park. Over the next few weeks, we are exploring the history of the First World War with downtown Behind the Scenes tours at Zion Lutheran …

William Donald Schaefer at Walters Art Gallery ribbon cutting, 1974. Courtesy Walters Art Museum (CC-BY-NC-SA).

Mount Vernon Place tomorrow! And new tours of Lutheran Zion Church and Downtown Baltimore

September 5, 2014

Although the Farmer’s Almanac says that we have three more weeks of summer, we’re ready for fall with an exciting line-up of heritage tours and events in the month ahead. We hope you can join us for tomorrow’s tour at Mount Vernon Place, our Patterson Park-sized “huzzah!” for the Bicentennial of the War of 1812 at the …

Photograph by Ron Parks, August 24, 2014. Courtesy Northeast Baltimore History Roundtable.

Photos: Immanuel Lutheran Cemetery Open House

August 25, 2014

Thank you to Christine Muldowney with the Northeast Baltimore History Roundtable for sharing a few fun photographs from this Sunday’s celebration at Immanuel Lutheran Cemetery. Learn more about the Northeast Baltimore History Roundtable or get involved with another historic cemetery by volunteering at St. Vincent’s Cemetery Fall Clean-Up Day.