The Peale Center launched its $5.5 million capital campaign in 2014. To date, the Center has raised $2,494,500 towards the restoration of the building. The City of Baltimore is currently replacing the building’s roof and restoring the exterior masonry with expected completion by the end of 2017. Completion of the interior restoration of the building is expected by 2020.

Download a poster of plans for the renovation here.

You can help us reach our goal.

Graphic showing the results of the capital campaign so far. Almost 2.5 million dollars has thus far been raised.
Read more about the history of the Peale and its Campaign in this Baltimore Sun article.

We welcome your support – your time, your ideas, your participation and your contributions – in reinventing the urban museum for the 21st century at the historic Peale building.

Contact us about volunteering to help the Peale, join the Peale as a member, or make your donation through PayPal.

The Peale’s members help us restore and relaunch a landmark American building with a new and urgent relevance for Baltimore’s present and future. The Peale will host special members-only events throughout its renovation, and members receive our regular newsletters with updates on progress.

Mastodon Society $5,000
Gaslight Club $2,500
Inventors’ League $1,200
Rembrandt Peale Circle of Light $1,000
Sustainer $500
Innovator $250
Partner $150
Family $60
Individual $30
Student $25

To pay by credit card, please use our PayPal link.

Please make checks payable to:
 Peale Center for Baltimore History and Architecture,
 P.O. Box 16227,  Baltimore,  MD  21210.

The Peale Center for Baltimore History and Architecture is generously supported by many individuals and organizations, including the State of Maryland, the Middendorf Foundation, the Macht Foundation, the Abell Foundation, the Riepe Family Foundation, the Baltimore City Historical Society, the Delaplaine Foundation, the City of Baltimore’s Department of General Services, Maryland Heritage Areas Authority, the Michael J. & Patricia K. Batza Foundation, Baltimore Gas and Electric, Baltimore National Heritage Area, and the William G. Baker, Jr. Memorial Fund, creator of the Baker Artist Portfolios,