Tours & Trails Pennsylvania Avenue Heritage Trail
Content about Pennsylvania Avenue Heritage Trail
Tours are currently on hold due to COVID. Please check out our virtual highlight tour HERE.
The city's newest urban heritage trail explores the city's historic African American neighborhood. Visitors explore Baltimore's civil rights legacy, stroll past a rich tapestry of residential and church architecture, and learn about Pennsylvania Avenue's special place in history as one of the nation's premier African American entertainment districts.
Group tours (10 or more people) of the Pennsylvania Avenue Heritage Trail can be arranged by calling 410-878-6411. The tours begin at the Lillie Carroll Jackson Civil Rights Museum located at 1320 Eutaw Place and conclude near the Upton Metro Station. Advance reservations are required for tour and admission to the Lillie Carroll Jackson Civil Rights Museum.
A free map and guide of the Pennsylvania Avenue Heritage Trail is available at the Baltimore Visitor Center located at 401 Light Street at the Inner Harbor.