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6 - Ayers Saint Gross

1040 Hull St #100, Baltimore, MD 21230 (Locust Point)

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Construction Date:1929; 2018
Architect:Henry Manley


Visitor Experience

Guided tours and self-guided tours available throughout the day. There will also be 3D Printing demonstrations. Architect will also be on site to talk about the history of the full campus.

Limited Hours

Open 10 am – 2 pm.


Situated along the Northwest branch of the Patapsco River, the former Procter and Gamble Baltimore Plant stands as a testament to the city’s industrial strength during the early twentieth century. Comprising five three-story brick structures spread across ten acres, the plant was erected between 1929 and 1949 and served as a production hub for soap and detergent until its closure in 1994. Over its more than five decades of continuous use, the plant consolidated as a local source of employment and stability, especially during the oppressive times of the Great Depression. Today, this industrial complex houses architectural firm Ayers Saint Gross, responsible for some of the most prominent educational buildings in Baltimore.

  • Accessibility: Fully handicap accessible (Entire building can be accessed via wheelchair)
  • Parking: On-site Free Parking & Street Parking