Thank you to all that attended Doors Open Baltimore. Please check back next summer for more information about next years event.
Explore Baltimore’s architecture and neighborhoods Oct. 6-7
Baltimoreans love to celebrate what makes Charm City unique, and Doors Open Baltimore does just that. Doors Open Baltimore is an open-house style celebration of the city’s vast and varied architecture. It is a rare opportunity to visit buildings that typically are not open or free to the public – from the c.1797 ship caulkers’ houses in Fell’s Point to Mies Van Der Rohe’s mid-century Highfield House. October 6-7 over 60 buildings across the city will be open to explore and over 30 free guided tours and activities will be available.
Doors Open Baltimore is a self-guided event, and sites can be enjoyed by foot, bicycle, public transit, or car. Participants are encouraged to take advantage of transit services such as the light rail, metro, Charm City Circulator, and the Baltimore Bike Share.
Guided tours require registration. Registration for guided tours will be posted on September 5. While guided tours are free, space is limited, so registration is required. Registration, details and the full list of tours can be found at www.doorsopenbaltimore.org.