State Funding To Support Improvement Projects, Greening Efforts in Historic Communities
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The heritage area honored individuals and organizations that helped the organization meet its mission to promote and preserve Baltimore's history.
The heritage area will manage the home's renovation and reopen it to the public in late 2019.
Baltimore Immigration Museum in Locust Point uses grant award for important repairs to its entrance.
BNHA grants have helped preserve the 107-year-old Bromo Tower.
The Baltimore National Heritage Area is proud to announce this year’s recipients of the Heritage Investment Grants (HIG), a program funded by the U.S. Department of the Interior.
Grants provides an array of programming for the Irish Railroad Workers Museum in southwest Baltimore.
Constellation's 9,000-Pound Main Yard Replaced
BNHA operating support critical as museum closed its doors for renovations.
Since 2004, the Baltimore National Heritage Area has managed the Small Capital Grant Program funded by the City of Baltimore. The grants make relatively small, but strategic, investments in structural improvements for the city’s cultural, historic, and natural resources. On average, the Small Cap grants leverage an additional $13 in investment for every $1 granted.