Walk just a few blocks from Baltimore's Sunday Farmers Market and you enter one of the oldest neighborhoods in the city – historic Jonestown. On this tour of often overlooked landmarks, you'll see the city’s oldest religious building (Friends Quaker Meeting House) and third oldest synagogue in the country (Lloyd Street), learn about cast iron buildings and the longest-lived signer of the Declaration of Independence, and get inside the famed Phoenix Shot Tower – the tallest structure in the United States until 1846.Find out more »
If you haven’t been to Lexington Market in a while, or even if you’re a regular there, we hope you’ll join us on a tour of this iconic Baltimore place to learn about recent changes and plans for the future of the market. Along the tour, we will talk with the owners of Faidley’s, Berger’s, Konstant’s Candy, and other vendors that have been in their stalls for 100 years or more. We will also go down and explore the catacombs under the marketplace, getting a first-hand look at these mysterious spaces that are normally closed to the public.Find out more »
From Revolutionary War hero John Eager Howard’s country estate “the” place to live for Baltimore's rich and famous in the mid-nineteenth century, join us for a tour of this grand historic neighborhood. The recent renovations to the two-hundred-year-old Washington Monument are the latest news, and if your legs are strong, we’ll climb to the top for a birds-eye view of central Baltimore! Space inside the monument is limited. Each tour is capped at 15 people and we'll meet at the south entrance of the monument.Find out more »
Centered around the city’s oldest public market building, today’s Hollins Market neighborhood is humming with activity. Join Michael Seipp, executive director of the Southwest Partnership, on a walk exploring the past and future of this community.
We will meet at the east entrance to Hollins Market, 26 South Arlington Avenue. Metered street parking is available around the market.Find out more »
With its current name dating to the celebratory days when Maryland ratified the U.S. Constitution, Federal Hill has a recorded history stretching back to the early seventeenth century when Captain John Smith first spotted it. Baltimore Heritage’s own Marsha Wise will lead this tour through one of the city’s oldest neighborhoods.
We will meet in Federal Hill Park at the George Armistead Monument overlooking downtown.Find out more »