The Development of Baltimore's Inner Harbor
Sun Oct 10 2021 at 11:00 am to 01:00 pm
Maryland Science Center | Baltimore, MD
About this Event
Suggested Donation: $10
Baltimore Architecture Foundation invites you to join us for a tour of the development of the Inner Harbor.
The 1970s was a period of great revitalization for the Inner Harbor. Following the success of the Charles Center revitalization, the city turned towards the Inner Harbor seeking a revival and a surge of tourism. The Inner Harbor and its signature Harborplace became a sensation, inspiring urban waterfronts around the world.
This tour will begin outside the Maryland Science Center (1975) designed by Edward Durrell Stone - architect of the Museum of Modern Art (MOMA). The tour will stop at landmarks around the Inner Harbor developed in the 1970s and 80s such as the World Trade Center and the National Aquarium.
This program is hosted as part of Doors Open Baltimore 2021, which includes free tours and programs throughout October. Visit the Doors Open Baltimore website for more information
Tour Start Location: The tour will begin in front of the Science Center entrance on the harbor promenade.
In Response to COVID-19 we are:
Requiring Proof of Vaccination
Requiring Masks/Social Distancing
Read Our Full 2021 COVID-19 Event Policy Here.
If you register for this event and cannot make it, please either cancel your ticket on Eventbrite or email us. Tours have limited capacity and we want to make sure as many people as possible can enjoy this tour.
Where is it happening?Maryland Science Center, 601 Light Street, Baltimore, United States