Poe Baltimore, Inc. has announced that the Edgar Allan Poe House will reopen on weekends, beginning May 24.

The self-guided tour of the house includes exhibits on Poe’s foster parents, his life and death in Baltimore, and poems and short stories written in Baltimore. It also features significant artifacts including Poe’s chair, lap desk and telescope.

The Poe House, a National Landmark, located at 203 North Amity Street in Baltimore, will be open Saturdays and Sundays, from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m., May 24 through December 28, 2014. Admission is $5 for adults and $4 for seniors (65+), active military with ID and students (ages 13-21) with ID. Children 12 and under are free when accompanied by an adult. Tickets are available at the door or in advance online, here.

The Edgar Allan Poe House and Museum in Baltimore is one of the best preserved of the three existing domiciles where Poe lived (Philadelphia, New York and Baltimore), retaining much of its original woodwork, floors, plaster walls and hardware. Poe lived in the house from 1833 to 1835.

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8 Responses to Edgar Allan Poe House Reopens On Weekends in Baltimore

  1. MARIA CLARA MORGAN says:

    A distant toast to edgar allan poe .

  2. Thomas Izaguirre says:

    Glad to finally see its resurrection, so to speak! Godspeed!

  3. All the best of good luck with the reopened house and the exhibition(s)!
    Yours,
    jorgen g. rasmussen,
    Copenhagen, DK.

  4. […] Edgar Allan Poe House in Baltimore has reopened on weekends, after being closed to the public in 2012. Since that time, the non-profit group Poe Baltimore has […]

  5. Kelly says:

    Is there any way at all we could get in to see it on another day?? We’re planning a trip to Baltimore on a Monday, and seeing the Poe house was one of the reasons we were going..

    • Poe Baltimore says:

      Unfortunately, at this time we are unable to accommodate special visits for individuals. Hopefully you will return in the future, as we are aiming to expand our hours. Please accept our apologies, though do peruse the other venues throughout the city that are listed in our website.

  6. Trish says:

    Where did Poe live at the time of his death in 1849?

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