Baltimore Hackerspace

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Baltimore Hackerspace
Status active
Country United States of America

State or District


City Baltimore

Date of founding


Last Updated 2016-08-11





Snail mail

6410 Landay Ave
21237 Baltimore
United States of America

Number of members


Membership fee

$25 / Month

Size of rooms

1250ft² Industrial Space

Location 39° 18' 14", -76° 32' 16"
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Baltimore Hackerspace (formerly Harford Hackerspace) is a 501(c)(3) and was formed on January 1, 2009. It came into existence after David Powell visited HacDC and decided to rally Hackers in the Baltimore Area. In July 2012 we moved into a 1250ft² Industrial Space located in Rosedale, MD, and in January 2013 we changed our name to Baltimore Hackerspace for that sweet sweet SEO.

We are always looking for new members of all skill levels. Members have 24/7 access and we host Open Hack nights open to the community every Wednesday and Thursday evening, starting at 7pm. Sign up for our Group to view our most up to date calendar.

We update our website/twitter/facebook regularly with member and group projects, so visit the Official Baltimore Hackerspace Website

Our Shop Area

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