St. Mary’s Spiritual Center & Historic Site, St. Mary's Park

600 N Paca Street
Baltimore
MD 21201

St. Mary’s Spiritual Center & Historic Site, St. Mary's Park

Historical FeaturePark/Recreation AreaPublic Space/SquareEco-Spiritual Site

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St. Mary’s Historic Site is the site of the first Roman Catholic Seminary in the United States, established in 1791. It is home to two buildings on the National Register of Historic Places: the Mother Seton House, home of the first US-born canonized Catholic saint, and the Historic Seminary Chapel, designed by the renowned French architect Maximilian Godefroy, and dedicated in 1808. Open daily for tours. The historic buildings edge the largest public green space in Downtown Baltimore, St. Mary's Park, 4.75 acres of mature trees, and lawns with brick pathways, that the Sulpician fathers deeded to the City in the 1970s.

Office Hours: 8:30-4:30

Tour Hours:
Monday: Noon – 3:30 pm
Tuesday: Noon – 3:30 pm
Wednesday: Noon – 3:30 pm
Thursday: Noon – 3:30 pm
Friday: Noon – 3:30 pm
Saturday: 1 pm – 3 pm
Sunday: 1 pm – 3 pm

(410) 728-6464

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