www.thewalters.org

PLANNING YOUR VISIT

Arpanet Map

Joyce Reynolds, Map of ARPANET (Internet Map, 12/8/1982)

Tickets

Maps: Finding Our Place in the World
Tickets to Maps: Finding Our Place in the World will be available starting February 16 on Ticketmaster.com. Tickets are also available for purchase at the museum's admissions desk the day of or before your visit. There are no timed tickets. Admission is:

TypePrice
Adults:$12
Seniors (65+):$8
College Students:$6
Age 17 and under:Free

Mapping the Cosmos, Maps on Purpose,
and Beyond the Compass, Beyond the Square

Admisison to Mapping the Cosmos, Maps on Purpose, and Beyond the Compass, Beyond the Square is FREE.

Hours

Wednesday - Sunday
10 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Fridays open till 8 p.m.
Closed Mondays and Tuesdays.

Cell Phone Tour

The Walters is offering a cell phone tour with stops in Maps: Finding Our Place in the World, Maps on Purpose, and Mapping the Cosmos. Hear more about the works of art from curators, conservators, educators, and others. (Callers will be charged the standard fees by their service providers for their calls.)

Parking

A staffed parking lot is conveniently located across the street from the museum at Centre and Cathedral streets. Museum visitors are eligible for reduced rates so stop by the Visitor Information Desk to get your ticket stamped.

Other nearby parking lots include the Peabody Garage at Centre and St. Paul streets, the Franklin Street Garage on West Franklin Street between Charles and Cathedral, and an open lot between West Franklin Street and Centre Street near Park Avenue. The Peabody Court Hotel at the corner of Cathedral and Monument streets offers valet parking. Metered parking is also available in the neighborhood.

Directions

The Walters is located at 600 North Charles Street in Baltimore's historic Mt. Vernon Cultural District, about one mile north of the Inner Harbor and downtown business district. It is conveniently located near MTA bus lines (Nos. 3, 11, 31, 61, and 64) and the Centre Street Light Rail stop. The main entrance is located on Centre Street near the corner of Centre and Cathedral streets.

From points north of Baltimore (Philadelphia, New York):
Take I-95 south through the Fort McHenry Tunnel. Take exit 53 (I-395) north which is Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Once on Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., continue to Druid Hill Avenue. Turn right onto Druid Hill Avenue. Druid Hill Avenue becomes Centre Street. Proceed on Centre Street to Cathedral Street. The Walters Art Museum will be on the left.The public entrance to the museum is located on Centre Street, near the corner of Centre and Cathedral streets.

From points south of Baltimore (Washington, D.C., Northern Virginia):
Follow I-95 north to exit 53 (I-395) which is Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Once on Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., continue to Druid Hill Avenue. Turn right onto Druid Hill Avenue. Druid Hill Avenue becomes Centre Street. Proceed on Centre Street to Cathedral Street. The Walters Art Museum will be on the left. The public entrance to the museum is located on Centre Street, near the corner of Centre and Cathedral streets.

From points northwest of Baltimore (Harrisburg-York PA):
Follow I-83 south to exit 5, Maryland Avenue. Turn left at the top of the ramp onto Maryland Avenue. Maryland Avenue becomes Cathedral Street. Follow Cathedral to Centre Street. The Walters Art Museum will be on your left. The public entrance to the museum is on Centre Street, near the corner of Centre and Cathedral streets.

Museum Store

The Walters Museum Store will offer a variety of maps-related products. Visit them online for a selection of new maps items.