Friends of Wyman Park Dell



A group of Charles Village and Remington neighbors established the Friends of Wyman Park Dell in 1983 to promote a greater appreciation of the Dell's historical significance and to help revive the park and its adjacent green spaces as a significant urban amenity.

Wyman Park Dell is a 16-acre public park that is a landmark in Baltimore City. Located south of Johns Hopkins University and The Baltimore Museum of Art, it is surrounded by two neighborhoods: Charles Village to the east and south, and Remington to the west. Wyman Park Dell is noted for its steep enclosing slopes and a large, sweeping lower lawn. It is one of the few parks in Baltimore fully conceived and designed by the Olmsted Brothers, the landscape architecture firm responsible for the City’s first comprehensive park system plan in 1904.
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