The Victoria Opera House
The building was originally constructed in 1905
Ticket to a production of "The Lion and the Lamb" at the Victorian Opera House.
Backstory and Context
The Baltimore Downtown Restoration group is a non-profit that seeks to restore historically significant areas in Baltimore, Ohio. Before the restoration of this structure, the building was used for storage. Once the BDRC acquired this space, they set about restoring the building to its original appearance and one of its original uses. The group painted the building, installed new lighting and HVAC, as well as providing accessibility by adding a ramp.
The restoration is still ongoing and certain activities, like replacing all the windows is expected to take a considerable amount of time. This renovation was carried out with the intention of using this space as a beautiful historical relic that can increase tourism as well as be utilized by the town's citizens. The building is available for weddings and numerous other activities which can be booked through the BDRC.
Victoria Opera House, Baltimore Downtown Restoration. Accessed April 21st 2020. https://baltimoredowntownrestoration.com/victoria-opera-house-restoration-efforts/.