Baltimore Heritage features a number of ongoing educational programs to research, document, share, and celebrate Baltimore’s rich architectural and cultural heritage. Our programs include both special events and ongoing research and preservation programs.
Baltimore Modernism Project
The Baltimore Modernism Project is an effort by the D:center Baltimore together with the Baltimore Architecture Foundation and Baltimore Heritage to highlight the history of the modern movement in Baltimore architecture through exhibits and programs. Learn more.
The Baltimore Centennial Homes project, developed in collaboration between Baltimore Heritage and City Councilman James Kraft, recognizes families that have been in the same house for 100 years or more. Learn more.
Civil War 150
With the 150th anniversary of the start of the US Civil War beginning in April 2011, Baltimore Heritage is working to explore the how this defining national conflict shaped buildings and neighborhoods across the city. Learn more.
Explore Baltimore Heritage
Baltimore Heritage has started a new initiative to highlight the historic places significant to Baltimore’s LGBT community through tour and education programs. Learn more.
Race and Place in Baltimore Neighborhoods
Past program series exploring the history of segregation, civil rights, and community development in historically African-American Baltimore neighborhoods. Learn more.
Witness to the War of 1812
Through tours, research and more, we’re remembering the history of the War of 1812 together with the Baltimore landmarks that witnessed the battles that shaped our city’s history. Learn more.