Landmarks & Galleries

Landmarks & Galleries

Attractions and galleries managed by BOPA are  Top of the World Observation Level, Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower, The Cloisters, and School 33 Art Center.


Experience the Vibrant Community at The Baltimore Farmers Market: A Place to Eat, Shop, and Connect. This lively gathering brings Baltimoreans together to indulge in fresh produce, support local businesses, organizations, and performers. Organized by the Baltimore Office of Promotion & the Arts (BOPA), a dedicated non-profit fostering arts and culture, the market is a hub for fostering community engagement and celebrating the city’s diverse offerings. Join us and immerse yourself in the bustling atmosphere, savor delicious food, discover unique products, and enjoy the talents of local artists and performers. Together, let’s embrace the spirit of Baltimore and its commitment to a thriving and inclusive culture.

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Cloisters Castle

The Cloisters

Settled high on a hill in Lutherville among 60 acres of secluded woods, The Cloisters reflects the beauty and grandeur of medieval Europe, with delicately carved wood, exquisitely detailed stained glass, and ornately designed wrought iron.

Sumner and Dudrea Parker designed the castle to highlight their extensive collection of medieval artwork and artifacts, and now their masterpiece is available to showcase your special event. Whether you are planning a wedding, a special birthday party, a bar or bat mitzvah, a holiday ball, or a business reception, The Cloisters will provide an unforgettable setting for you and your guests.

The Cloisters

Top Of The World Observation Deck

The Top of the World Observation Level is managed by the Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts.

Located on the 27th floor of the World Trade Center, the world’s tallest pentagonal building is home to the only Baltimore attraction to offer an awe-inspiring view of Maryland’s urban center.

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Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower

The Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower has been transformed into studio spaces for visual and literary artists. Located at 21 S. Eutaw Street in the heart of downtown Baltimore’s West Side near the Hippodrome Theater, Baltimore Convention Center and the University of Maryland of Baltimore, the 15 story city landmark is the perfect location for artists. Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower is a project of the Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts. Capital Funding for the project is made possible by the City of Baltimore, Baltimore Development Corporation, Eddie & Sylvia Brown, Maryland Historic Trust, Laverne Hahn Charitable Trust and Baltimore City Heritage Area.

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Outdoor shot of the School 33 Art Center

School 33 Art Center

School 33 Art Center was established in 1979 as a neighborhood art center for contemporary art in the South Baltimore area of Baltimore City. Formally known as P.S. 33, the architecturally engaging brick and brownstone building built in 1890, was utilized as an elementary school until 1975 when a new facility was built for neighborhood children a few blocks away. The South Baltimore Community Committee requested that Mayor Donald Schaefer revitalize the vacant and vandalized building.  Based on the success of Long Island City’s P.S. 1 in New York and the strong national presence of alternative space programs in the late seventies, Mayor Schaefer proposed a similar program for Baltimore, thus creating School 33 Art Center.

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