Walk through West Baltimore neighborhoods and take in a few of the city's most exceptional rowhouses and religious buildings across a landscape defined also by segregation and urban renewal.
Explore the artists, architects, inventors and workers who built Station North. This project is supported by the National Endowment for the Arts, the William G. Baker, Jr. Memorial Fund, creator of the Baker Artists Awards, bakerartistawards.com and Station North Arts & Entertainment, Inc.
For over two hundred years this neighborhood has been a center of activity to entrepreneurs and merchants of all kinds, suffragists and civil rights protesters, and much more. Start from Lexington Market and explore the rich history of Downtown's west side. Many of these stories were created in…
Soaring spires, vaulted halls and grand arches highlight the rich architectural heritage of Baltimore's many sacred places. Explore a few of these landmark synagogues, churches and more on this tour.
Discover historic places touched by the Battle of Baltimore and the War of 1812! When Francis Scott Key witnessed the bombardment of Fort McHenry from on board the British ship HMS Tonnant, he was just one of many who waited anxiously through the night hoping that Baltimore could stand before the…
Discover Baltimore's grand luxury apartment buildings built at the turn of the 19th century into the 20th. The stories of these buildings open a window on to the lives Baltimore's social and economic elites.
Along the Gwynns Falls was produced in partnership with the Parks & People Foundation and the Gwynns Falls Trail Council featuring audio excerpts from from the Gwynns Falls Trail Audio Tour produced by Ed Orser and Steve Bradley, University of Maryland Baltimore County.
This tour is produced in partnership with CityLit, the Maryland Humanities Council, Maryland State Arts Council, and the University of Baltimore.
This tour of Druid Hill Park was created in partnership with the Friends of Druid Hill Park, Dr. Denise Meringolo and students from the UMBC Department of History, Public History Track.
This tour was adapted from the Jewish Museum of Maryland tour of historic sites and buildings in the neighborhood of the Lloyd Street Synagogue.