BNHA News

List of new stories

BNHA Year in Review - A Look at Our Successes to Date

8/18/20 - With nearly $754 million in economic impact to Baltimore, BNHA celebrates a great year with a look to supporting even more partners in the future.

BNHA Featured in the ANHA Heart & Soul Edition July 2020 - Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

8/18/20 - Rebuilding Baltimore: A marriage of rich history, and an inspired future.

Virtual Highlight Walking Tours Now Available

7/30/2020 - These fun and fast highlight tours with our Urban Rangers will take you on a journey through Baltimore filled with history, famous people, anecdotes, art and information from the safety and comfort of your home.

Baltimore Heritage Area Has 13 MHAA FY21 Grant Winners

7/29/20 - MHAA awards thirteen Baltimore organizations grants to support heritage tourism projects and activities that draw visitors and expand economic development and tourism-related job creation.

July 2020 Newsletter

Featuring: MHAA Grant Winners, Virtual Walking Tours Available, Funding Resources and More

June 2020 Newsletter

Featuring: Funding Resources, Photography Contest 2020, Partner Profile: Chesapeake Shakespeare Company & Virtual Walking Tours

Our Boundary is Expanding - Join Us for a Virtual Hearing on Extending the Baltimore Heritage Area

6/12/2020 - The Maryland Heritage Areas Authority will hold a virtual public hearing on Tuesday, June 23, 2020 at 3:00 p.m. to discuss a request to enlarge the boundaries of the Baltimore Heritage Area.

Call to Action in Response to Police Brutality and Uprisings Across the Country - Be A Witness And Then Do Something!

6/4/2020 - George Floyd’s treatment was cruel and unjust. There is no excuse. It has to stop, NOW!

Maryland Heritage Area Authority Awards Grant to BNHA to Support Heritage Tourism During COVID Crisis

6/4/2020 - Maryland is delivering more than $600,000 in COVID-19 relief funds to nonprofits promoting heritage tourism in the state.

May 2020 Newsletter

Featuring: Friends of Patterson Park, The Pigtown Neighborhood, An Advocacy Opportunity & More on HIG Grants