George Peabody Library

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The George Peabody Library provides a breathtaking backdrop for weddings, dinners, and events of all kinds.

The George Peabody Library, known as Baltimore’s “Cathedral of Books,” is consistently ranked amongst the most beautiful libraries in the world. Designed by architect Edmund G. Lind, the library opened its doors in 1878 and was “to be well furnished in every department of knowledge and of the most approved books of the day.” Lind’s architectural specifications called for a massive skylight soaring over six tiers of cast-iron balconies to house a collection containing over 300,000 volumes dating from the Renaissance through the 19th Century.

Today, the library is part of the Sheridan Libraries of Johns Hopkins University. By renting the George Peabody Library, you are helping preserve and protect this historic space and the priceless treasures it houses.

In addition to its traditional use as a research library, the George Peabody Library is now available as an event space. It is a setting of great beauty, unique in Baltimore, and worthy of your most significant celebrations. Whether you would like to host an intimate luncheon for 40, a seated dinner with dancing for 170, a seated dinner for 200, or a cocktail party and dance for 400, you’ll find the space to be as flexible as it is elegant. Wedding ceremonies are available in conjunction with a reception.

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