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The entrance to a brownstone Gothic church building with a light blue and red door.
2017 November 18

Our New Year’s resolution? Explore even more historic places in 2018 Come along to Grace & St. Peter's Church and Rectory on January 23

Do you make New Year’s resolutions? This year, we’re resolving to spend even more time exploring Baltimore’s historic places and you’re invited to join us. Please come along on Tuesday, January 23, as we tour the first true brownstone building in Baltimore: today’s Grace & St. Peter’s Church and rectory. With ornate stained glass and floor tiles imported from England, this 1852 landmark shows off the high Anglican origins of the congregation.

We are excited to bring back one of our tastiest tours for the new year: Lexington Market. Our January tour is sold out and there are just a few tickets remaining for February. Fortunately, our monthly market tours continue through May so you have plenty of dates to choose from.

You can discover another chapter from Baltimore’s buried past next month with a talk on the archaeology of Herring Run at the Garrett-Jacobs Mansion on Sunday, February 18.

And, of course, we’re still speaking up to protect historic places. Mark your calendar for Maryland History Advocacy Day on Thursday, February 1 to bring your voice to Annapolis.