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Upcoming Events

Westminster Hall and Burying Ground remains temporarily closed to ensure the health and safety of our visitors and staff. We continue to monitor updates regarding COVID-19 and will adjust schedules and events accordingly. If you have questions, contact info@westminsterhall.org.


Tours with Baltimore Heritage (May 2nd and June 6th)

Westminster Hall and Burying Ground have partnered with Baltimore Heritage to bring you The Catacombs Under Westminster: "Two Hundred Years of Tombs and Edgar Allan Poe’s Gravesite." To register for an upcoming tour with Baltimore Heritage, click your date of interest above. 

Lunch Under the Pipes (LUP): April, May, October, November and December

The University of Maryland Carey School of Law and Westminster Preservation Trust, Inc. are proud to sponsor "Lunch Under the Pipes," a free lunchtime recital series featuring Westminster Hall's beautifully restored 1882 Johnson pipe organ.  People attending the recitals are invited to bring their lunch, and tables are provided for that purpose. For information or to be put on our mailing list, please call us at 410-706-2072 or email us at info@westminsterhall.org. 

LUP upcoming performances:


Archbishop Curley High School, Curley Choir

Thursday, April 23, 2020, noon, Westminster Hall

This event has been canceled; we hope to see you in May.


Comprised of Curley students in grades nine through twelve, the Curley Choir continues to grow in scope and membership. They have performed with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, at the College of Notre Dame of Maryland and returns to the University of Maryland, Baltimore. 


UMBC Chamber Players

Thursday, May 7, 2020, noon, Westminster Hall


UMBC Chamber Players perform a wide variety of instrumental chamber works, ranging from Baroque, Classical and Romantic, to contemporary repertoire. Performing on and off campus for the university and the Baltimore-Washington area communities, students are taught strategic skills, so they are prepared to contribute as musicians to societies of the 21st-century as highly-skilled innovators.