A holiday tradition
in Southeast Baltimore!

Visit Us (in 2022)

The Highlandtown Train Garden is located at 520 S. Conkling Street, in Engine House #41, in the heart of Baltimore’s historic Highlandtown!

Thank you for your support in 2019 and 2020

Due to COVID, the Highlandtown Train Garden is closed again for the 2021 season. We hope to celebrate with you again in 2022!

The 2022 Summer Highlandtown Train Garden is over. There were 373 visitors despite high heat and humid conditions. Thanks to all who came and hope to see everyone later this year – Covid permitting. And special thanks to all the Highlandtown Train Garden volunteers who made this event a success – Joe Manfre, Carol Hartke, Scott Eggleston, Doug Campbell, Terry Maillar, Mary Covacevich, and Captain Cox and the Firefighers of Engine House # 41.

See below for information about our Summer Highlandtown Train Garden.

Summer Fun at the Highlandtown Train Garden

Sun. July 17 – Sat. July 23

Open daily, 1-7 PM  | FREE

520 S. Conkling St.  |  Engine House #41

The Highlandtown Train Garden is BACK. Join us! Watch the trains, try the scavenger hunt, and think cool thoughts. It is free, open to the public, wheelchair accessible, masks optional, and for more info visit: highlandtowntraingarden.com and follow us on Facebook.

The Highlandtown Train Garden is located in the heart of Highlandtown. During your visit, remember to grab a bite to eat, visit galleries and shops, and check out programming at the Creative Alliance and the Pratt Library. To plan your Creative Summer visit:https://www.ihearthighlandtown.com/2022/06/07/creative-summer-in-highlandtown/

Check out our winners from the 2019 Train Garden Raffle!

Congrats to Mike Ege, winner of the Christmas Express Train!

Congrats to Dottie Bush, winner of the Lego Creator Train Set!

Congrats to Frank Andrysiak, winner of the North Pole Central Train Set!

Congrats to Connor Hartka, winner of the Goetze’s Basket!


For school/group visits of 10 or more, please contact Joe Manfre at joesocst@aol.com.


Street parking is available in the area.

The Highlandtown Train Garden is wheelchair-accessible.