Latrobe Pavilion

Druid Hill Park
Baltimore
MD 21217

Latrobe Pavilion

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Latrobe Pavilion, Druid Hill Park
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This pavilion, designed by Engineer / Architect: George A. Frederick and built in the 1880s, was also called Orem's Way and Rotunda Station. It was relocated to its current site near Druid Lake where it affords a lovely view of blossoming cherry trees every Spring.

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Designed by George A Frederick, architect of Baltimore City Hall and many other historic Baltimore buildings.

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Designed by George A Frederick, architect of Baltimore City Hall and many other historic Baltimore buildings.

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