Doors Open Baltimore

Doors Open Baltimore is going virtual! Celebrate Baltimore’s architecture and neighborhoods with free virtual tours throughout October. The festivities begin on October 2 with a kick-off lecture by Aaron Henkin. Henkin will guide viewers behind the scenes of Out of the Blocks and share some of the incredible stories exploring Baltimore block-by-block. To learn more, visit

Registration is now open for Doors Open events.  Each week covers a different theme, beginning the first week of October with African American Heritage and Civil Rights. Registration for each event is free. Events include virtual tours, presentations, family friendly activities, and virtual behind the scenes access to spaces not typically accessible to the public.

Weekly themes include:

Week 1 (Oct. 1 – 7): African American Heritage and Civil Rights

Week 2 (Oct 8 – 14): Civic Pride and Industry

Week 3 (Oct 15 – 21): Arts and Culture

Week 4 (Oct 21 – 28): Design Excellence

Week 5 (Oct 26 – Oct 31): Spiritual

Organized by the Baltimore Architecture Foundation (BAF), Doors Open Baltimore is the free citywide festival of architecture and neighborhoods that invites thousands of people to explore the city and make meaningful connections to the built environment.

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