Explore Maryland History during Doors Open Baltimore

By Preservation Maryland

Doors Open Baltimore is an open house style celebration of architecture that invites the public to explore Baltimore inside and out. The annual event will take place this October 6-7, 2018, during Baltimore Architecture Month, with two days of exploration, special events, talks, and guided tours.

Doors Open Baltimore is hosted by Baltimore Architecture Foundation with AIA Baltimore in partnership with many community partners to grant free access for the public to over 60 special sites to explore Baltimore’s diverse architecture and neighborhoods while meeting the extraordinary people who design, preserve and execute amazing work in the city.

You will get a rare opportunity to tour buildings that aren’t typically open or free to the public. Everyone is encouraged you to explore Baltimore City and discover its wealth of cultural resources and architectural gems.

1781 Aisquith Street Quaker Meeting House
39 West Lexington Luxury Apartment Homes
AIA Baltimore Bookstore and Gallery
Amaranthine Museum
Arabbers Center
Baltimore Immigration Museum
Baltimore Jewelry Center
Baltimore Museum of Industry
Baltimore Society of Model Engineers
Baltimore Underground Science Space
Baltimore War Memorial
Bethel AME Church
Charm City Meadworks at the Old Postal Garage
Chase Brexton Health Care
Clifton Mansion
Davidge Hall, University of Maryland School of Medicine
Design Collective at the Power Plant
Diamondback Brewing Company
Emmanuel Episcopal Church
Fell’s Point Visitor Center
FILLAT+ Architecture
First Unitarian Church of Baltimore
Full Circle Fine Art Services
Greenmount West Community Center
Gutierrez Studios
Highfield House
Hoen Lithograph Building
Howard P. Rawlings Conservatory
Humanim at American Brewery Building
Irish Railroad Workers Museum
JP2 Dillon Street
Le Mondo
The Lillie Carroll Jackson Civil Rights Museum
Lord Baltimore Hotel
Lovely Lane UMC
Maryland Historical Society
Mill No. 1
Moseley Architects
Most Worshipful Prince Hall Grand Lodge
Mount Calvary Catholic Church
Old Number 6 Engine House Baltimore City Fire Museum
Open Works
Rachael’s Dowry Bed and Breakfast
Sagamore Spirit Visitor Center
Saint Mary’s Spiritual Center & Historic Site
School 33 Art Center
Second Chance Inc.
Silo Point Condominium
SM+P Architects
South Baltimore Learning Center
Star-Spangled Banner Flag House and Museum
The Caulkers’ Houses
The George Peabody Library
The Lloyd Street Synagogue at the Jewish Museum of Maryland
Agora at the Marburg Mansion
The Motor House
The Peale Center for Baltimore History and Architecture
The Robert Long House
The Schuler School of Fine Arts
Biohabitats at the Stables Building
The Standard at Preston Gardens
The Walters Art Museum
Zion Lutheran Church of the City of Baltimore

On day one, Saturday, October 6, 2018, participants create their own city tour of any of the 60 sites open during Doors Open Baltimore. Volunteers, and in many cases, residents, owners, and operates will be onsite to offer up exclusive and interesting information. On day two, many lectures and guided tours have been organized.

Doors Open Baltimore

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