Do you love architecture? We celebrate and preserve Baltimore’s architecture and history through tours, resources, and more.

Featured Projects

Courtesy Library of Congress, Historic American Building Survey.

Monumental City

Where should you start exploring Baltimore’s architecture? Come on our Monumental City Tours highlighting the architecture and history of Downtown, Jonestown and Mount Vernon.

Photograph of the Maryland National Bank at night, 1965 March 2. Courtesy Baltimore Museum of Industry, BG&E Collection, BGE.40728.

Baltimore Modernism

The Baltimore Modernism Project is an network of scholars, architects, educators and preservation advocates with an interest in Modernist buildings, landscapes and public art in and around Baltimore.

Honoring Preservation Projects (and Architects!)

We launched our historic preservation awards program in 1961 and, over the past fifty years, we have recognized close to 300 projects— everything from the rehabilitation of Seton Hill rowhouses to the amazing effort to save the American Brewery.

Learn more

Chase Brexton Health Center,  2014 Preservation Award Winner

Architecture Close to Home

Our partners

Baltimore Heritage is not the only local group with a big interest in historic architecture. Connect with some of our partners to learn more.

Illustration from Guidelines for Barre Circle Homestead Area.