We love Baltimore best but even we have to admit stunning architecture and incredible history can be found in communities all across Maryland. This month, we’re offering two tours that take us beyond the city: a repeat of our sold-out spring walking tour of Lutherville and a look at the newly restored and reopened Senate Chambers at the Maryland State House in Annapolis. Deputy State Historic Preservation Officer Michael Day is personally leading our Senate Chambers tour which includes the opportunity to stick around for lunch and hear more behind-the-scenes stories of this incredible restoration project.
Of course, you’ll still see us rolling around Baltimore on our two upcoming bike tours: Baltimore Meets Florence and Black and Jewish Civil Rights Heritage by Bike. We’ll also be strolling down the narrow alleys of Fell’s Point (and dreaming of fish dinners) with historian Dean Krimmel on a tour of Baltimore’s immigrant past organized in partnership with the Preservation Society. We hope you can join us!