Roland Park
northwest-baltimore

Roland Park was designed in part by the Olmstead Brothers as a suburban community in the city. Home to a variety of architecture, green spaces and educational institutions.

Roland Park

Culinary Exploration

There are an abundance of local shops and restaurants in Roland Park. Petit Louis, a classic French bistro, and Johnny’s, serving west coast cuisine, are both helmed by James Beard award-nominated chef Cindy Wolf. Miss Shirley’s Café, one of two locations in Baltimore, offers southern-influenced breakfast and lunch and has been featured on Food Network’s “Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives.”

A Breath of Fresh Air

Sherwood Gardens is a free public garden in Roland Park known for its tulip gardens that have bloomed each spring since 1920. The garden often hosts family-friendly events and outdoor concerts for visitors to enjoy. Nearby is the start of the Stony Run walking path which runs south towards the Inner Harbor, following the Stony Run stream. Friends of Stony Run organizes stream cleanups, restoration projects and walking tours to share the history and significance of the area.

Green Campus

Loyola University Maryland and Notre Dame of Maryland University, both Catholic universities located next to each other, together cover 139 acres of wooded campus perfect for a leisurely stroll. In the midst of it all is Evergreen Museum and Library, an intimate collection of fine and decorative arts, rare books and manuscripts collected by the Garrett family that once lived at the estate.

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