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Doors Open Baltimore
October 28, 2017 @ 10:00 am - October 29, 2017 @ 4:00 pm
Doors Open Baltimore is expanding to the full weekend with an open house day on Saturday, October 28 and special event tours on October 29.
On October 28 – 29, the The Baltimore Architecture Foundation, in partnership with AIABaltimore, will present the fourth annual Doors Open Baltimore. From art galleries and historic landmarks, to breweries and cultural centers, Doors Open Baltimore presents a rare, behind-the-scenes glimpse into Charm City’s fascinating history through its architecture and the people who design and preserve it.
Doors Open Baltimore 2017 officially starts on Saturday, October 28, from 10am-4pm, with a full day of self-guided exploration and free access to over 50 extraordinary spaces and places throughout Baltimore City. Rain or shine!
Pick up your printed map and 2017 Pocket Guide on Saturday morning by visiting our Info Hub at the Maryland Historical Society (entrance located on Park Avenue between W Monument Street and W Centre Street).
The adventure continues on Sunday, October 29, from 10am-4pm, with a full line-up of special events, tours, and family activities. Most special events require free registration.
Sunday Special events include:
-Bus tour hosted by Baltimore Heritage
-Guided neighborhood tours
-Sunday worship services & church tours
-Kid-friendly and family activities
-Cemetery tours and other Halloween inspired events
Doors Open Baltimore is a self-guided event, and sites can be enjoyed by foot, bicycle, public transit, or car. Sites are organized into neighborhood clusters to minimize the amount of time you have to spend in transit. Participants are encouraged to take advantage of transit services such as the light rail, metro, Charm City Circulator, and the Baltimore Bike Share.
Learn more and see the list of participating sites at http://
We’re looking volunteers! Volunteering is a great way to go behind the scenes of some of the city’s most interesting buildings and meet fellow architecture enthusiasts! Learn more at http://