Education, Arts and Religious Congregations


  •  Roland Park Elementary/Middle School is located on Roland Avenue at Deepdene Road.  The elementary and middle schools serve the students in their residential zone.  In addition, the middle school offers two city wide programs: The Ingenuity Project and the Advanced Academics Program. Any Baltimore City middle school student can apply to these programs.
  • The School of the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen is a coeducational archdiocesan parochial school serving students in grades K - 8.  The school is located at 111 Amberly Way on the campus of the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen on Charles Street.
  • The Friends School of Baltimore is an independent, coeducational, college preparatory school affiliated with the Religious Society of Friends.  The school serves students from pre-K through grade 12.
  • The Bryn Mawr School  is an independent, nonsectarian, college preparatory school for girls from preschool through grade twelve, (the preschool is coed).  The Bryn Mawr School is located at 109 W. Melrose Avenue just northwest of the intersection of Northern Parkway and Boxhill Lane.
  • Roland Park Country School is a college preparatory school for girls from Preschool through Grade 12, (the preschool is coed), located on Roland Avenue just north of Deepdene Road.
  • Gilman School is a college prepatory school for boys from grades K - 12. Gilman is located on Roland Avenue just north of Deepdene Road
  • The Boys' Latin School is an independent, nonsectarian college preparatory school for boys from grades K-12.  Boys' Latin is located on Lake Avenue west of Roland Avenue.
  • HIGH SCHOOL CHOICE: In Baltimore City Public Schools, high school students are able to choose their school, rather than being placed in a school by location of residence.  Baltimore Polytechnic and Western High are located in the Greater Roland Park Area.  In addition, Baltimore City College and Baltimore School for the Arts are popular high school choices for Wyndhurst residents.


  • Evergreen House Museum & Library, 4545 N. Charles Street 21210, is a superb example of Gilded Age architecture set on 26 landscaped acres and is on the National Register of Historic Places. The one-time Italianate country residence of two generations of Baltimore’s philanthropic Garrett family, it houses a collection of fine and decorative arts, (asian art, european paintings, and american glass), rare books and manuscripts assembled by two generations of the philanthropic Garrett family, and a vibrant, inspirational venue for contemporary artists.
  • Cylburn Arboretum, 4915 Greenspring Avenue 21209  21209 21209   , Approximately 150 volunteers help maintain gardens and trails, staff programs and special events, and oversee the Cylburn Nature Museum, home to an extensive collection of birds and other wildlife.
  • Baltimore Clayworks, 5707 Smith Ave 21209, is a non-profit ceramic art center that exists to develop, sustain, and promote an artist-centered community that provides outstanding artistic, educational, and collaborative programs in ceramic arts.
  • Homewoood House, 3400 N. Charles Street 21218, Charles Carroll, Jr., son of Charles Carroll of Carrollton (signer of the declaration of independence), built this sophisticated Federal country house between 1801 and 1803.  The property was sold to the Wyman family in 1839, operated as the Country School for Boys (now Gilman School) from 1897 to 1902 and then became the Johns Hopkins University campus.  The museum's collections consist of fine and decorative arts objects representative of the furnishings during the Carroll family’s occupancy (1775–1825), with a strong concentration in high-quality Baltimore furniture of the period. English ceramics, silver, and furniture, as well as items of Chinese and French manufacture, are reflective of the imports available in early-19th century Baltimore.
  • Johns Hopkins Archeological Museum, 150 Gilman Hall, JHU, 3400 N. Charles Street 21218, Nearly 700 archaeological objects from ancient Greece, Rome, Egypt, the Near East, and the ancient Americas, are exhibited in the custom-built museum facility set within the spectacular Gilman atrium. The museum features three walls of glass cases which face outward into the atrium space.  There are over 400 objects on view in these exterior facing cases at all times that Gilman Hall is open.  The interior space of the Museum is open during limited open museum hours and by appointment (please check website for details). 
  • Baltimore Museum of Art: The BMA is located at 10 Art Museum Drive at North Charles and 31st Streets, just under three miles south of Wyndhurst at the southern end of the Johns Hopkins University Homewood campus.
  • Baltimore Streetcar Museum, 1901 Falls Road 21211,Restores historic streetcars that once were a vital part of public transportation in Baltimore. Admission includes unlimited rides on original baltimore streetcars.
  • Lovely Lane Museum, 2200 Saint Paul Street 21218 ,The museum is housed on the ground floor of Lovely Lane United Methodist Church. Considered the Mother Church of American Methodism, Lovely Lane is listed on the National Register of Historic Places due to its unique architecture.  The Museum collection contains approximately 200 slides, 350 mounted photographs and pictures, oil paintings, lithographs, Baltimore Album Quilts and a large collection of Methodist memorabilia. Collection items date from the 18th through the 21st centuries.
  • The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra ,1212 Cathedral Street 21201, is internationally recognized as having achieved a preeminent place among the world's most important orchestras. Acclaimed for its enduring pursuit of artistic excellence, the BSO has attracted a devoted national and international following while maintaining deep bonds throughout Maryland with innovative education and community outreach initiatives.  The Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall has been the home of the BSO since its opening in 1982. Among the most recognizable structures in Baltimore, the unique, circular building instantly became the artistic and cultural hub of Baltimore, serving as a world-class performance space for the BSO. Named for the late Baltimore philanthropist and former BSO president, Joseph Meyerhoff, the 2,443-seat hall has been hailed for its pristine acoustics and versatility.