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Mill No. 1

3000 Falls Rd, Baltimore, MD 21211

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Construction Date:1847
Architect:Alexander Design Studio (2014)
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Saturday only, limited hours 10am – 1pm

Located along the Jones Falls, the original textile mill was built in 1847 and rebuilt in 1873 after a fire. The Mount Vernon Company, which operated several mills in the Jones Falls Valley, became the world’s largest producer of cotton duck in the late 19th century, supplying cotton for sails, and supplies for the army. Mill No. 1 has been repurposed as an eco-friendly mixed-use historic renovation complex that includes apartments, offices, a restaurant and new venue space in the historic Picker House.

  • Accessibility: Yes
  • Parking: Please park on Loading dock in front of Art with a Heart
  • Photography: Allowed