A month’s worth of virtual programs throughout October

Doors Open Baltimore is going virtual only in 2020 with a month’s worth of programming throughout October.

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.

Replacing a weekend of open houses and in-person tours will be a month’s worth of virtual programs. Every week of October will include a new theme and new ways to virtually engage with Baltimore’s architecture and neighborhoods. Participants can expect:

  • Live Virtual On-Location Tours
  • Live Virtual Presentations
  • Doors Open Baltimore Virtual Trivia Nights
  • Family Activities
  • Instagram At-Home Photo Contest
  • And more to come

Doors Open Baltimore is presented as part of Free Fall Baltimore, presented by BGE and Maryland State Arts Council (MSAC) and produced by Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts (BOPA). The annual celebration features free arts & cultural events at participating venues and organizations throughout Baltimore City.

Funding has also been provided to BAF from Maryland Humanities and the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) as part of the 2020 Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act of 2020.

This Project has been financed in part by the Maryland Center for History and Culture. However, Project contents or opinions do not necessarily reflect the views or policies of the Maryland Historical Society.

Need to reach us? Contact us at doorsopenbaltimore@gmail.com.

2020 Community Partners

Thank you to the many communities and organizations that partner with us to make Doors Open Baltimore possible each year!