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The Wyndham Baltimore began as a luxury apartment building in 1928, situated in the city's prominent Mt. Vernon neighborhood. Appropriately enough for a man who donated some $8 million dollars in his lifetime to support educational endeavors, Mt. Vernon is Baltimore's educational and cultural center. Chosen as the site for the first Virginia estate, Mt. Vernon comprises more than a century of historic architecture, mansions, and cobblestone and brick streets. The Wyndham Baltimore, with it's Renaissance Revival facade, is a testament to the style of the Twenties and the tenor of Mt. Vernon. A six-foot Baccarat chandelier and George Peabody's paneled library grace the well-appointed lobby. The renowned Walters Art Museum, the Peabody Music Conservatory, the Enoch Pratt Free Library and Antique Row are just a short walk away.


Cruises from Baltimore

Peabody Institute

Johns Hopkins Hospital

Johns Hopkins University

University of Maryland Medical Systems

Mercy Hospital

University of Baltimore

Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA)

Walters Art Museum


Baltimore Symphony

Historic Charles Street

Antique Row on Historic Howard Street

Baltimore Ravens

Baltimore Orioles

The Garrett Jacobs Mansion

Mt. Vernon Place Parks

Penn Station / Amtrak

Legg Mason


The Peabody Library

Maryland Historical Society

Annie E Casey Foundation

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