Preservation Maryland is honored to announce our Best of Maryland Award winners – volunteers, architects, artisans, and legislators doing the essential work of protecting the places that make Maryland such a special place to live, work, explore – and celebrate.

Finial atop the award-winning Annapolis Post Office renovation project by the Maryland Department of General Service. Photo by Wagner Roofing.


Under the new partnership, CIRCA will donate all proceeds from the sale of their extremely popular “Save All The Old Houses” enamel pin to Preservation Maryland’s revolving fund rehabilitation of 417 North Jonathan Street. Get yours today! Thank you.

The sweetest, most perfect little pin to adorn, well—just about anything. Made of hard enamel with a polished gold metal finish. All proceeds support Preservation Maryland.


You’re invited to a special event at Bengies Drive-In on October 1, 2020 – the evening reimagines two of our favorite events – Phoenix Rising and Best of Maryland Awards! And a one-night-only screening of The Money Pit.

Preservation Maryland presents Phoenix Rising Bengies Drive-In in Middle River, Maryland on October 1st. Tickets on sale now!


The 2020 Old Line State Summit will transition to the Online State Summit, a series of virtual training programming that will run now through Fall 2020. Check out the current schedule here and sign up for new session alerts.

Photo from the 2018 Old Line State Summit held at the Naval Academy in Annapolis, MD.


Preservation Maryland is thrilled to announce the revival of our Historic Property Redevelopment Program and the planned acquisition of an 1830s cabin on Jonathan Street in Hagerstown.

Jonathan Street cabin redevelopment project team, Hagerstown, MD, 2020.

Museums Make Sense

Plans and programs aimed at stimulating the economy must include Maryland’s cultural sector, including museums and historic sites. Here’s what we’re doing as leaders of the Maryland Heritage Recovery Task Force.

The Preservation Maryland Board at the Flag House in Baltimore City, MD.


The Campaign for Historic Trades increases opportunities for all Americans to enter the trades and help restore the nation’s vast and irreplaceable heritage. This is a national program in partnership with NPS and powered by Preservation Maryland

A cohort of the Historic Preservation Training Center's Traditional Trades Appenticement Program, 2019.


Preservation Maryland is dedicated to preserving Maryland’s historic buildings, neighborhoods, landscapes, and archaeological sites through outreach, funding, and advocacy.


Preservation Maryland’s efforts are made possible through your support. Donate to our advocacy fundbecome a sustaining member, attend an event, and become an advocate.


Under the new partnership, CIRCA will donate all proceeds from the sale of their extremely popular “Save All The Old Houses” enamel pin to Preservation Maryland’s revolving fund rehabilitation of 417 North Jonathan Street. The building is an historic circa 1830s small log home in the heart of the historic Jonathan Street community of Hagerstown, one of the state’s oldest African American neighborhoods and nearby several well-documented Green Book sites.

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