Maryland: Baltimore’s Poe House reopens to visitors

Baltimore’s Poe House
Baltimore’s Poe House
Jeffrey F. Bill / Baltimore Sun

The Poe House in Baltimore, a National Landmark where Poe once lived with his aunt, grandmother and two cousins, re-opens to the public on Saturdays and Sundays through Dec. 28. Visitors will experience re-installed exhibits that share Poe’s life and death story in Baltimore. During the self-guided tour, visitors will also stumble upon significant artifacts including china and glassware that Poe used when living with the Allan family in Richmond, Virginia, as well as the author’s portable writing desk, chair and telescope.


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