Where can you find a piece of the Berlin Wall, a cannon ball mounted on a Conestoga wagon hitch, and over a hundred lions looking down at you from the tops of Baltimore's buildings? On our Downtown Landmarks and Lions tour, of course! In this leisurely stroll—we cover a little over a mile in a little over an hour—you’ll see and hear the highlights of downtown Baltimore’s history and architecture.Find out more »
The Old Line State Summit is Maryland's annual historic preservation conference. The event brings together professionals, advocates, and community leaders to share and explore best practices for protecting Maryland history and heritage. This year the Old Line State Summit will be held at the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis and offers an engaging keynote speaker, interactive group sessions, and two tracks of sessions that will include topics, such as; replacement materials, historic house museums, LGBTQ interpretation, preservation advocacy, and…Find out more »
Mount Vernon began as a country estate for Revolutionary War hero John Eager Howard and grew to be the place to live for Baltimore's rich and famous in the mid-nineteenth century. Join us on a tour to hear the stories behind the Washington Monument and see the landmarks of Baltimore’s grandest historic neighborhood. If your legs are strong, climb the Monument’s stairs for a birds-eye view of central Baltimore!Find out more »
In the fall of 1814, thousands of people came together on Hampstead Hill to defend Baltimore from a British attack. Today, the former fortifications are located in Patterson Park and topped by the charming Patterson Park Pagoda. Climb up the Pagoda’s winding iron stairs, you’ll enjoy a singular view of East Baltimore and learn the story of the Battle of Baltimore and War of 1812. Join us as we explore the history of Patteron Park from the early 1800s to the present.Find out more »
Local photographer Denny Lynch and the Greater Hampden Heritage Alliance invites you to an evening event where you can share a photograph, artifact or memory concerning the Hampden- Woodberry neighborhood. This is a great opportunity to remember and discuss what it was like to live, work and go to school in one of America’s most intact urban mill villages. So come and celebrate the history and culture of this fascinating area of Baltimore!Find out more »
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