• Baltimore's Inner Harbor seen from Federal Hill. Photography by Mark Dennis.

    Baltimore

    National Heritage Area Maryland

Our Partners

The Baltimore National Heritage Area is fortunate to have close working relationships with numerous organizations and governmental entities, many of which are listed below.

Mayor and City Council of Baltimore
Baltimore City Commission for Historical and Architectural Preservation
Baltimore City Department of General Services
Baltimore City Department of Planning
Baltimore City Department of Transportation
Baltimore City Historical Society
Baltimore Heritage, Inc.
Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts
Charles Street Development Corporation
Downtown Partnership of Baltimore
Federal Highway Administration, National Scenic Byways Program
Fell's Point Main Street
Friends of President Street Station
Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance
Greater Baltimore History Alliance
Historic Charles Street Association
Historic Jonestown, Inc.
Living Classrooms Foundation
Maryland Heritage Areas Authority
Maryland Historical Society
Maryland Historical Trust
Maryland State Highway Administration
Maryland War of 1812 Bicentennial Commission
Midtown Community Benefits District
Mount Vernon-Belvedere Association
National Park Service, Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine
National Park Service, National Heritage Areas Program
National Park Service, Northeast Region
Parks & People Foundation
Pennsylvania Avenue Main Street
Preservation Maryland
Society for the Preservation of Federal Hill and Fell's Point
Visit Baltimore
Waterfront Partnership


Did You Know?

City Seal

The first bloodshed of the Civil War occurred in Baltimore on April 19, 1861 when a skirmish erupted between Baltimore citizens and Union soldiers marching through the city. Five soldiers and 11 civilians were killed.