Historic Baldwin Hall
 Community banquet and meeting facility
  Circa 1861


 

Baldwin Hall

  Historic Baldwin Hall, built in 1861, is on the National Register of Historic Places. The Hall, which is not a religious facility, is considered a significant example of 19th century country church architecture.
 
  It features beautiful arched windows, a lofty Victorian tile ceiling, chandeliers, and hardwood floors. A full stage, with curtains and backlighting, offers an attractive focal point to many events. At the opposite end of the main hall, there is a tiered balcony overlook.
 
  This charming building is set on two acres, with large lawn, gravel parking areas, mature hardwoods, and pine and cedar buffers. There is a formal flower garden with arch trellis and path, and benches on the grounds. To the rear of the property, a replica nineteenth century one-room school house, complete with large open front porch, overlooks the lawn and Baldwin Hall.
 
  Historic Baldwin Hall is located in Millersville, Maryland, at the intersection of Millersville Road and Generals Highway. With easy access to Interstate 97, Baldwin Hall is convenient to Annapolis, Columbia, Baltimore, Washington, and BWI airport.
 
  Historic Charles W. Baldwin Hall and the reconstructed 1840s one room school house are maintained by The Severn Cross Roads Foundations, Inc. and its volunteer Board of Trustees who are members of the Foundation and citizens of our community. The Foundation and Baldwin Hall have no religious affiliation. The use of Baldwin Hall is managed by a professional Building Manager, who will be happy to answer your questions - please email or call 410-923-3438.