There are many historic buildings throughout the city of Baltimore, but few match the beauty, history, and stories of Baltimore City Hall. The first cornerstone of Baltimore City Hall was put in place in 1867, in a ceremony that drew observers and celebrants from throughout the city. Ever since, Baltimore City Hall has been a center of civic life in Baltimore, and a prime example of the unique, historic architecture that you'll find in many of the city's most iconic buildings. Our REALTORS® have all of the details on this popular, historic Baltimore landmark.
Baltimore is a city filled with history and a wealth of historic homes, neighborhoods, businesses, and attractions to explore. The city is also home to quite a few historic churches. The Basilica of the National Shrine of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary – known as the Baltimore Basilica, for short – is one of Baltimore's most stunning historic sites and is among the oldest religious buildings in the country. Our REALTORS® have all of the details on this truly spectacular historic site in Baltimore, MD.
We've all heard the story of the old woman who lived in a shoe.
Well, if she lived in York County's Haines Shoe House, she WOULD know what to do!
Every spring, the iconic Haines Shoe House welcomes thousands of visitors. It's fun for all ages with guided tours of this unusual structure topped off by tasty treats like hand-dipped ice cream.
Baltimore is a beautiful place to visit and live in. It's also home to one of the best historic theaters in the world: the Senator Theatre. Launched in October 1939 by Durkee Enterprises, the Senator Theatre features both classics and latest movies.
This historic theater is a distinguishable Baltimore landmark thanks to its unique architecture and a multicolored glow at night. The Senator Theatre has a Dolby Digital surround sound and state-of-the-art projection system that takes the movie experience to another level. Our REALTORS® have compiled the following information to give you a better understanding of the history and beauty it brings to Baltimore.