In October 2015, Baltimore Architecture Month will host the second-annual Doors Open Baltimore. This one-day free event welcomes the public to tour buildings passed by regularly, but not often entered.
In 2011, Baltimore Heritage started an initiative to highlight the historic places significant to Baltimore's LGBTQ community through tour and education programs. Past project partners have included Baltimore Black Pride, the GLCCB and Baltimore Queerstories.
With support from the Maryland Humanities Council, we organized a fall program series in October 2011 exploring the history of segregation, civil rights, and community development in three historically African American neighborhoods.