Washington Monument

On The Town

Festive Holiday Light Shows for the Whole Family to Enjoy

Neighborhoods all over the city are getting in the spirit with these colorful displays.

Arts & Culture

The List: December 2018

The hottest happenings around town this month.

Health & Wellness

On The Road

Annual Monument to Monument bike ride features as many as a hundred cyclists trekking from Mt. Vernon to D.C. and back.

In Good Taste

Hotel Revival Restaurants Will Showcase Local Farmers, Brewers, and Distillers

The new property brings a hyper-local focus to Mt. Vernon this spring.

Events

The Launch: December 2017

Our eight musts from this month's calendar of events.

Events

The Launch: December 2016

Our nine musts from this month's calendar of events.

News & Community

2015: Year in Review

Twenty moments in the year that changed Baltimore.

Events

The Launch: December 2015 Highlights

Our nine musts from this month's calendar of events.

The Chatter

Washington Monument's Two Time Capsules Opened

Contents of 1815 cornerstone and 1915 box revealed at Walters Art Museum.

Outside World

​200-year-old Washington Monument Time Capsule Opened

Hollow cornerstone reveals jars, newspapers, and coins, so far.

The Chatter

Washington Monument Restoration Unearths Second Time Capsule

Cornerstone of monument contains objects buried since 1815.

The Chatter

Baltimoreans React to Monument Lighting

Demonstrators impact Mount Vernon's annual holiday tradition.

News & Community

Then and Now: Washington Monument

Located in historic Mt. Vernon Square, the surrounding grassy knolls have hosted FlowerMart, the Baltimore Book Festival, and, of course, the monument's annual holiday lighting.

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