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Baltimore Civil War Museum at President St. Station
601 President St., Baltimore, MD 21202; 443-220-0290; Fax: 410-962-7058
Free museum that explores the city’s Civil War and Underground Railroad history; see website for hours.
Baltimore Heritage
11 1/2 W. Chase St., Baltimore, MD 21201; 410-332-9992
A leader in custom tours of Baltimore’s rich history and unique sites for any size organization.
Bromo Tower Arts & Entertainment District
21 S. Eutaw St., c/o Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts, Baltimore, MD 21202; 443-874-3596;
Fax: 410-585-6032
The Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower has
been a Baltimore landmark since its construction in 1911. The Baltimore Office of Promotions & The Arts has transformed the Tower into a space for visual and literary artists.
Brown Memorial Park Avenue Presbyterian Church
1316 Park Ave., Baltimore, MD 21217; 410-523-1542; Fax: 410-523-5501 Brown Memorial has thrived as an urban congregation since 1869 and houses one of the world’s largest Tiffany window collections and a Skinner pipe organ.
ALL VISITORS WELCOME! Including creative, friendly, sophisticated, curious, eclectic types. Plus plenty of SHOPPERS with a taste for cool stuff; DINERS with good appetites and discriminating palates; and SEEKERS OF SERVICES — from the mundane to the exotic.
This year, Hampden’s got Baltimore’s best dining, shopping and services covered ... “to a T.”
“... a treasure trove of independent
boutiquespeddlingeverything ArchitecturalDigest Feb 23, 2017 / Why Baltimore
U.S. Cities Right Now fromkitschtohighfashion.” IsOneoftheMostExciting
Happening in 2018*
Carroll Mansion
800 E. Lombard St., Carroll Museums, Inc., Baltimore, MD 21202; 410-605-2964; Fax: 410-528-1196 Constructed in 1811, Carroll Mansion has functioned as a residence to Charles Carroll of Carrollton, last living signer
of the Declaration of Independence; a saloon; tenement apartments;
a sweatshop; vocational school; recreational center and historic site.
Civic Works – Clifton Mansion
2701 St. Lo Dr., Baltimore, MD 21213; 410-366-8533; Fax: 410-366-1831 The home of Johns Hopkins, a unique museum with a 200-year legacy of community service.
Edgar Allan Poe House
and Museum
P.O. Box 23773, Poe Baltimore, Baltimore, MD 21223; 443-327-9789; Fax: 410-396-5662
Refurbished National Historic Landmark where Poe lived from 1833 to 1835 is open Thursday, Friday, Saturdays and Sundays from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and by special arrangement for groups of 10
or more.
Evergreen Museum & Library
The Johns Hopkins University, 3400 N. Charles St., MSE Library, Baltimore, MD 21218; 410-516-0341;
Fax: 410-516-0864
Tour a magnificent Gilded Age mansion and its world-class collections, set on 26 landscaped acres.
Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine and Hampton National Historic Site
2400 E. Fort Ave., Baltimore, MD 21230; 410-962-4290; Fax: 410-962-2500
The birthplace of our national anthem, this 18th-century fort defended Baltimore Harbor during the War of 1812. Visit the birthplace of “The Star- Spangled Banner!”
Greater Baltimore History Alliance
P.O. Box 375, Brooklandville, MD 21022 A consortium of museums dedicated to preserving, interpreting and promoting local heritage through collaborative community services and educational programs.
Historic Ships in Baltimore
Pier 1, 301 E. Pratt St., Baltimore, MD 21202; 410-539-1797;
Fax: 410-539-6238
Four ships and a lighthouse that are all National Historic Landmarks. Enjoy “hands-on encounters with history,” demonstrations, activities, overnight adventures and tours; open daily.
Homewood Museum
3400 N. Charles St., The Johns Hopkins University Museums, Baltimore, MD 21218; 410-516-5589;
Fax: 410-516-7859
A National Historic Landmark built in 1801 by Charles Carroll, Jr. Tour one of the nation’s finest examples of Federal- era architecture, renowned for its elegant proportions and superb collection of American decorative arts.
Irish Shrine and
Railroad Workers Museum
918-20 Lemmon St., Baltimore, MD 21223; 410-347-4747;
Honoring the Irish who fled the Great Famine, two restored 1840s rowhomes re-create the life of a typical Irish railroad worker.
La Grande Vision -
James Earl Reid Sculptor
5517 Haddon Ave., Baltimore, MD 21207 443-722-2552
James Earl Reid created a magnificent bronze sculpture of jazz legend Billie Holiday, complete with her signature gardenia, which stands more than eight feet tall on Pennsylvania Avenue in West Baltimore.
Lillie Carroll Jackson
Civil Rights Museum
1320 Eutaw Pl., Baltimore, MD 21217; 410-383-8737
The restored home of civil rights leader and freedom fighter Lillie May Carroll Jackson. items/show/518#.WLc45_nyvmY
Mother Seton House &
Historic Seminary Chapel
600 N. Paca St., Baltimore, MD 21201; 410-728-6464; Fax: 410-669-8140 Federal-style house, home to the first American-born Catholic saint, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton (1808), and the historic chapel of the nation’s first Catholic seminary (1791).
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Many businesses open most days. Be sure to check us out online for hours of operation.

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