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Amaranthine Museum

2010 Clipper Park Rd #102, Foundry Building, Baltimore, MD 21211

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Construction Date:1880
Architect:Cho Benn Holback + Associates (2006)
More Historical Info via Baltimore Heritage


In 1977, Les Harris began a decade long exploration of the world within the confines of six rooms in a fallout shelter in Baltimore, MD. He created over 300 pieces of art in an installation that envelopes every surface and transports the visitor through time. The entire collection was moved to Clipper Mill where visitors can embark on a journey beginning with contemporary thought and transporting visitors back to before the beginning of man. Come visit this unique museum! The museum entrance is on the backside of the foundry building, down the back walkway.

  • Accessibility: Partially accessible (Only parts of the building can be accessed via wheelchair)
  • Parking: On-site Free Parking, Street Parking,
  • Photography: Credit any artwork posted with Les Harris, Amaranthine Museum