Hotels near Hebrew Orphan Asylum
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Baltimore’s Hebrew Orphan Asylum is a historic orphanage and former hospital located in the Mosher district. The site gives visitors a glimpse into the institutionalized orphanage systems of the past.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Hebrew Orphan Asylum

Pier 5 Hotel Baltimore, Curio Collection by Hilton
Pier 5 Hotel Baltimore, Curio Collection by Hilton
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8.3
Excellent
711 Eastern Avenue, Baltimore
from $123
Hotel Brexton
Hotel Brexton
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8.1
Excellent
868 Park Avenue, Baltimore
from $168
Inn At 2920
Inn At 2920
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9.5
Excellent
2920 Elliott Street, Baltimore
from $175
Admiral Fell Inn, Ascend Hotel Collection
Admiral Fell Inn, Ascend Hotel Collection
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8.2
Excellent
888 S Broadway, Baltimore
from $98
Quality Inn Near Pimlico Racetrack
Quality Inn Near Pimlico Racetrack
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7.1
Good
4200 Primrose Ave, Baltimore
from $67
Envy Hotel
Envy Hotel
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5.3
Fair
22 E Fayette Street, Baltimore
from $60
Best Western Plus Hotel & Conference Center
Best Western Plus Hotel & Conference Center
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7.9
Good
5625 O'Donnell Street, Baltimore
from $84
Holiday Inn Baltimore-Inner Harbor (Dwtn)
Holiday Inn Baltimore-Inner Harbor (Dwtn)
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7.1
Good
301 W Lombard Street, Baltimore
from $63
The Brookshire Suites Inner Harbor, BW Premier Collection
from $71
Radisson Hotel at Cross Keys, Baltimore
Radisson Hotel at Cross Keys, Baltimore
5100 Falls Road, Baltimore
from $135
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Budget Hotels Near the Hebrew Orphan Asylum

The area around the Hebrew Orphan Asylum is largely residential, so travelers interested in visiting should stay in downtown Baltimore. The Mount Vernon Hotel, the Biltmore Suites Hotel, and historic Hotel Brexton are all located close to Route 40 for easy access to the site.

Why Stay in Downtown Baltimore?

The locals insist that Baltimore’s downtown is where the city’s true character lies. You can feast on simple street food or dishes prepared by James Beard Award-winning chefs, stay entertained with kid-friendly attractions and buzzing nightspots, and get around with ease. The free Circulator bus was made with budget-conscious tourists in mind.

Hebrew Orphan Asylum Essentials

The Hebrew Orphanage Asylum is an architectural wonder and a moving reminder of the past. While the Hebrew Orphan Asylum site has been vacant since 1989, the Baltimore Heritage and Coppin Heights Community Development Corporation are attempting to restore this landmark. Until then, visitors can admire its imposing façade at 2700 Rayner Avenue, Baltimore.