Friday, October 10, 2014
Maryland Historical Society
How do I get to Bmore Historic?
Driving & Parking
Carpooling is, of course, encouraged. The free parking lot at the Maryland Historical Society is limited to the 36 spots on the eastern side of the lot. All-day parking is available at the surface parking lot next to the Aegon building located south of the Maryland Historical Society between Centre and Franklin Streets. The lot is accessible from entrances on West Centre Street and Park Avenue and parking is $7 for a full day. If you do park in the MdHS lot, you must exit the lot before 6:00pm.
MTA Light Rail
Take the MTA Light Rail to the Centre Street Light Rail Station is located at the corner of Centre and Howard Streets, one block from the Maryland Historical Society. Trip planning tools and MTA bus availability are available on the MTA website.
Charm City Circulator
You can also take the Charm City Circulator Purple Route from Penn Station or from Downtown. The Maryland Historical Society is located within two blocks of the north-bound stop at Monument Street and Charles Street (#307) and within four blocks of the south-bound stop at St. Paul Street and Centre Street (#315).
What should I wear?
Bmore Historic is a come-as-you-are get together. If that means jeans, sandals, ties or pearls to you, then so be it. The rest of us will be dressed casually. We care more about the substance of what you have to say than what you wear while saying it.
What can I eat at Bmore Historic?
We feed you! Your registration fee covers coffee & breakfast, lunch and snacks to keep us all active throughout the day. Vegetarian options are always available and we’ll do our best to accommodate your dietary needs.
Where can we go after Bmore Historic?
Join us for a tour and happy hour following Bmore Historic! We’ve previously organized post-unconference happy hours at the Owl Bar, Waterstone in Seton Hill and even the historic St. Mary’s Shrine on Paca Street. Stay tuned for details on our 2014 tour and happy hour soon!