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Baltimore's Washington Monument is the first monument to honor America's First President.
The Washington Monument, the first in the United States to honor America's first president, just celebrated it Bicentennial on July 4, 2015 after a 6 million dollar award-winning restoration by the Mount Vernon Place Conservancy. Visit our website to learn more visitation details. The gallery is free, but there is a fee to climb to the lookout ($6 for adults, $4 for children 13 & under) to have amazing views of the city. Book your climb time online to ensure a space.
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The sun has come out today and FlowerMart opens this Friday! Check it out. The Washington Monument will be open FlowerMart hours 11 am-8 pm both days. The Gallery is free. If you'd like to climb, we encourage booking in advance on our website ($6.35).
The place is incredible. ... Smiling and anticipating the crowds. .Maybe eat in Little Italy. . ...the view..
Our own Washington Monument makes a list of the top ten cultural attractions in Baltimore! It's in pretty good company with destinations around the world.
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The Conservancy has put in a place an online ticketing system to reserve your climb time at the Monument. Check out the "visit" tab on our website to book your time. The gallery with its digital exhibits remains free. To support ongoing operations the climb is $5 plus a modest processing fee.
On Fri-Sat. Mount Vernon Place will be host to the annual FlowerMart. Check it out.
Don't forget this weekend is FlowerMart! https://www.facebook.com/events/528255293994296/
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Storm just blew through leaving clear clean skies!
Baltimore's Washington Monument reopened on July 4 after a 5.5 million dollar restoration by the Mount Vernon Place Conservancy. Come visit!
The Baltimore Washington Monument is the first monument to Washington and the centerpiece of the beautiful squares of Mount Vernon Place.
chilling after the show at Washington Monument :) beautiful place
The Monument hours are Thurs: 4-9, Fri.-Sun--noon to 5. Tower climbs are every 20 minutes. While we work on our online ticketing service--you can make a reservation for a climb at firstname.lastname@example.org. The gallery and climb are free the month of July.
Major fail, MVPC. Nowhere does it say the monument entry was by reservation only. For those who patiently stood in line and were turned away, boo to you. What would you have done if the weather had been perfect and the large crowds had attended? Many left unhappy, grumbling. You didn't make many friends today.
The Washington Monument is closing at 3:00 pm today (Friday), and will be closed on Saturday and Sunday due to the projected snowfall.
Ar visitors allowed on the outside walkway at the top?
The Washington Monument is open our normal hours this weekend, including Sat. and Sun (New Year's Day)--10-5. Come check it out and climb to the top for a great view. If you're in Mount Vernon Place in the evening check out the holiday lights. (Photo: John Kornet)
Sunny Christmas Morning
The Washington Monument decked out for the holidays. Come visit. We are open Wed.-Sun. Check out our website for hours or to book your climb to the top in advance of your visit. Or--stop by in the evening for a fantastic view. (Photo: Jon Bilous)
The Washington Monument turns 132 years old today! Learn more: http://2kgam.es/2fQeluZ
The BSO OrchKids performing at a Baltimore holiday tradition, the Annual Lighting of the Washington Monument!
The Washington Monument looks way more majestic at night. Save it for a late visit.
Hello all! As you know, the Downtown Partnership's monument lighting is tonight. We have just been told by BPD that cars parked on Mount Vernon Place will be towed if they are not removed immediately.
THANKSGIVING WEEK HOURS: Take note, the Washington Monument will be open this week our normal hours, but closed on Thanksgiving Day.
The Conservancy is pleased to be part of 3-5-7 this Friday. The Monument will be open on our Friday winter hours of 11-3, but the climb is at a discounted rate! 5$ for the first ticket and 3$ for the 2nd.
Summer in Mount Vernon Place. The Monument is open summer hours Wed. 2-9, Thurs.-Sun. 10-5. You can book your climb in advance on the Conservancy's website--there's a great view from the lookout at the top.
In preparation for reopening the Washington Monument on July 4, 2015, a year ago today the Conservancy was booting up the Monument's new interactive touchtables with stunning visuals providing a tour of the Monument's interior and exterior. The work of MFM and Cortina productions, they have since won preservation awards for excellence--check them out at the Monument or on our website.
The Washington Monument is open for summer hours! Thanks to Mark C. Brems for posting this image taken on a Wed. evening--when the Monument is open 2-9 pm. Thurs.-Sun. the hours are 10 am - 5 pm. You can book your climb in advance on our website.
The view from the Monument has captivated visitors for almost 200 years. The Monument is now open summer hours: Wed: 2-9, and Thurs.-Sun. 10-5. Book your climb in advance on our website.
For the Months of June, July, and August, the Washington Monument is open Wed. 2-9, and Thurs.-Sun. 10-5. Book your climb in advance on the Conservancy's website to ensure your spot--the weekends can be full. The beautiful gallery with interactive touchtable exhibits is free: the climb is $6.35--with it--you get a great view of the city!
Baltimore Fun Hacks just visited the Monument--great write up about how it works! Have you climbed the Monument since the Conservancy reopened it on July 4, 2015?