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Arts & Industry in Station North

Once an idyllic neighborhood of large estates and country living, this neighborhood experienced it's own industrial revolution as transportation became more accessible. Now it's one of Baltimore's main centers of creativity and art. Enjoy this tour of Station North curated with help from Johns Hopkins, Elise Hoffman and Eli Pousson.

  • 1.

    Parkway Theatre

    Parkway Theatre

    Abandoned for years, the Parkway Theater is poised for renewal after a life of vaudeville, movies & radio

  • 2.

    About Station North

    About Station North

    Once an industrial area, this neighborhood has become an epicenter for creativity in Baltimore.

  • 3.

    North Avenue Market

    North Avenue Market

    Visit the market that inspired malls. Once a thriving collection of shops, eventually lost to flames.

  • 4.

    St. Mark's Evangelical Lutheran Church

    St. Mark's Evangelical Lutheran Church

    A church full of Tiffany designs.

  • 5.

    Morgan Millwork Company

    Morgan Millwork Company

    Now a school, this building's history reflects Baltimore's industrial struggle throughout the years.

  • 6.

    Howard Street Bridge

    Howard Street Bridge

    A colorful ode to Baltimore.

  • 7.

    Copycat Building

    Copycat Building

    From factory to free living space for artists.

  • 8.

    Centre Theatre

    Centre Theatre

    Bright marquee lights and a restored North Avenue landmark

  • 9.

    Green Mount Cemetery

    Green Mount Cemetery

    One of the first garden cemeteries created in the US. Resting place to John Wilkes Booth and John Hopkins

  • 10.

    Public School 32

    Public School 32

    19th century schoolhouse remade into a 21st century charter school

  • 11.

    The Walbert

    The Walbert

    Bright paint and rich Beaux Arts details define the Walbert; an iconic part of the Station North skyline.

  • 12.

    Charles Theatre

    Charles Theatre

    This theater is still operational today after a long history of activism and entertainment.

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