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Baltimore War Memorial

101 N Gay St., Baltimore, MD 21202

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Construction Date:1925
Architect:Laurence Hall Fowler
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Constructed in 1925, the Baltimore War Memorial has the names of all 1,752 Marylanders who died during World War I inscribed on its walls. Beyond its grand hall, the Greek Revival Memorial includes a 1,000 seat auditorium, an assembly room and serves as an administrative office for veterans outreach organizations. The War Memorial also includes an exhibit area with artifacts from wars in which Marylanders have fought. The main entrance on Gay Street will be open; the ADA accessible entrance is located on Lexington Street.

  • Accessibility: Fully Accessible. Please note: ADA-accessible doors are located on the north side of the building (on Lexington Street).
  • Parking: Street Parking
  • Photography: Visitors are welcome to take photos.