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DickeyvilleTomorrow, Saturday May 14 from noon to 4 pm, 30 houses and a gardens in Dickeyville are open for a free tour.

Dickeyville, a community in West Baltimore has been designated an historic district by the City of Baltimore and is on the federal government’s National Register of Historic Places.

Featuring houses dating from the early 1800s, the neighborhood maintains its 19th century industrial village feel. 
Although many of the homes in the neighborhood were built by the Ashland Manufacturing company to accommodate employees, there is still a rich diversity of architectural styles. Construction ranges from tall 3-story stone homes to brick and stone structures and peaked roof duplexes.

For tour information and descriptions of each of the homes on tour visit the Dickeyville community website. The site offers a directions to Dickeyville and a detailed map of the self guided tour.

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