Event Details

Come join us for a walking tour to learn about Baltimore’s historic architecture and homes!

The tour begins at the beautiful Beaux Arts style Roland Water Tower which was recently restored, and walks through three adjacent neighborhoods – Hoes Heights, Rolden, and Roland Park. Most of the tour is spent walking through Roland Park, one of the country’s earliest and most successful planned suburbs, exploring the beautiful homes (and walking paths) and also the developer’s early history of discrimination. Overall, the tour shares the unique history of these North Baltimore neighborhoods and some fun facts/stories about some of the individual homes.

The tour will be led by Jason Freeman, who runs the @historichomesofbaltimore Instagram account.

Event Details

Date: Saturday, November 12, 2022
(Rain date: Sunday, November 13)
Time: 1:00–3:00 p.m.
Location: Tour begins at Roland Water Tower
4210 Roland Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21210
Parking: Free street parking is available on surrounding streets (Roland Avenue, University Parkway, Somerset Road, etc)

Tour involves about 1.5 mile loop, some sections include steps (please participate at your own risk)