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Serving as a leader of Baltimore's thriving theater community for over 50 years, Center stage is famous for its innovative presentation of contemporary and classic plays. This non-profit and professional theater company is located in the Mount Vernon neighborhood of the city, known for its cultural diversity. Past shows have include classics like Shakespeare's Twelfth Night and contemporary performances like Wild With Happy. Visit the website to know more about their upcoming season and shows.
Built in 1814 by Charles Wilson Peale, one of the first American painters to achieve a place of distinction in the fine arts, the Peale Museum features a collection of 40 Peale family portraits and houses several natural history displays. Peale's collection of specimens gave scientists and visitors the opportunity to study animals and plants outside their natural environment. This museum was the first to display the complete skeleton of a mastodon. It is still standing today and the building was registered as a National Historical Landmark in 1965.
The Downtown Cultural Arts Center is the hub of artistry. The center serves as a creative ground where people of all age groups can come and learn art. You can also drop by to see their exhibitions, dance shows, plays and other artistic events. The venue is open to cultural programs and is a spot for community gathering. If you have any event coming up then book them with a customized ambiance for a great party.
Current Space is the hub of creative work, as it puts together work of different artists on varied themes. The main aim of the gallery is to reach out to the upcoming artists and present their work. Apart from having permanent exhibits, the gallery has themed exhibitions dedicated to a particular culture and norm. While you are here don't forget to visit their store which has a collection of clothing, modern art paintings and inscribed paintings.
Zion Church is a quaint worship place, adorned with pretty stained glass windows. This is one of the few Lutheran churches in the state that still uses the red book for the English service. Services in German have been held since the last 250 years! German language courses are also offered for all levels. Ecumenical Communion is held on the first Wednesday of each month. Various other events like Spring Fest, May Fest and Garten Fest are conducted annually. The garden is supposedly one of the best green spots in the city. The beautiful Adlersaal (hall) can be rented for a private function.