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COVID-19: Closures and Cancellations

The Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance is actively collecting a variety of information and resources on the COVID-19 Coronavirus. Below is a list of known cancellations and closures in the Baltimore region. This list is being updated regularly.

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Walters Art Museum: CLOSED to the public, March 13 - March 31. All programs, tours and special events cancelled through April 12. More Info.

Baltimore Museum of Art: CLOSED March 15 - April 1. All public programs and special events cancelled through April 12. More Info.

Reginald F. Lewis Museum: Museum open during regular hours. All public programs cancelled through March 31. More info.

American Visionary Arts Musueum: CLOSED March 14 - March 31. Events cancelled through March 31. More info.

Maryland Historical Society: CLOSED March 15 - April 1. All public programs and special events cancelled through April 12. More info.

Maryland Science Center: CLOSED starting March 14. More Info.

The Peale: All events and public programming cancelled or postponed through April 14. More Info.


Baltimore Center Stage: All Public progams cancelled/ postponed. More Info.

Everymand Theater: Public programming cancelled. Scheduled to resume April 15. More info.

Hippodrome Theater: Upcoming performances cancelled. More Info.

Baltimore Theatre Project: Continuing programming with added precaution. More info.


Creative Alliance:


Schools, Colleges and Universities

Baltimore City Public Schools are closed through March 31.

City-Wide Events

All city-wide events in Baltimore City have been cancelled through.

Emergency Response

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