Nestled in the South Baltimore Riverside neighborhood, Doors Open Baltimore participants will find one of Baltimore City’s most successful adaptive reuse projects, School 33 Art Center, formerly known as P.S. 33.
Learn about the history and architectural significance of some of Baltimore’s most iconic buildings from master storytellers and architects. See how Downtown Baltimore is being transformed by taking a look inside the conversion of these buildings from offices to residences.
The Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History & Culture will be one of seven museums in Baltimore City that will grant free admission to the public for Doors Open Baltimore 2017. T
The 8th Annual BAF Schamu Golf and Auto Classic was held on June 26, a beautiful summer day following the event being postponed the previous week due to a storm. 100 golfers hit the links of the Elkridge Club in…
On June 24 on a sunny Saturday afternoon, The Baltimore Architecture Foundation (BAF) partnered with the Evergreen Museum & Library and Calvert School to host a tour of buildings in North Baltimore designed by architect Laurence Hall Fowler.
If you have visited Baltimore’s historic Mount Vernon neighborhood, there is a good chance you have driven by or walked past one of our new Doors Open Baltimore sites—Chase Brexton Health Care’s Mt. Vernon Center located in the Monumental Life Building.