Lunch Under the Pipes
Thursday, March 14, 2024 beginning at Noon
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Westminster Preservation Trust, Inc. (Westminster Hall) is the proud sponsor of "Lunch Under the Pipes (LUP)," a free lunchtime concert series featuring Westminster Hall's beautifully restored 1882 Johnson Pipe organ. The concert series is open to the University of Maryland, Baltimore faculty, staff and students and the surrounding community. Guests are encouraged to bring their lunch; seating is provided.
For additional questions on Lunch Under the Pipes or for a list of upcoming performers and dates email email@example.com.
Public Tours 1st Saturday of each month, weather permitting.
Tours are offered the 1st Saturday of each month at 11:00am and 1:00pm. Tours last approximately 1 hour. Participants should enter the Burying Ground at the corner of Fayette and Greene Street. Please dress appropriately; a portion of the tour is held outside. Tours include the Burying Ground and Catacombs.
Fees are $5.00 for adults, children 4 and under FREE. Please bring exact change. If your group has more than 10 individuals please contact us for arrangements. For tour information and date confirmations, contact 410-706-2072 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. If a tour is canceled, it will be posted on our website.
Baltimore Heritage Tours
Westminster Hall partners with Baltimore Heritage to bring additional tours of the Catacombs. Baltimore Heritage is a nonprofit organization dedicated to saving historic buildings and revitalizing neighborhoods. Baltimore Heritage and its partners celebrate the historic places that tell the stories of families, neighborhoods and Baltimore City as a whole.
Registration for Baltimore Heritage Tours are made through Baltimore Heritage.
Bromo Arts District
After you are finished visiting Westminster Hall and Burying Ground, be sure to tour the Bromo Arts District. The Bromo Arts District was established in 2012 to encourage and support a thriving downtown arts neighborhood. With a continually growing art scene, their 117 acre district is home to over 30 galleries, music venues, theaters, unique retail and city-wide street festivals.