William Blake Lodge, OTO is located in the historic Cambridge Building in Baltimore, Maryland, on the fifth floor.
Suite 5B, 208 S Pulaski St, Baltimore, MD
Please note that the lodge cannot receive mail at this address. For our Mailing address see our Contact Information.
Access to the Lodge: A door warden is usually available to admit you, and provide elevator service from 30 minutes before event start until about 5 minutes before event start. Events usually begin on time. The elevator is manual and you’ll need a door warden to avoid the five flight walk up.
If you arrive late, or there is no-one currently at the door you may call 443.863.9393 for admission. Be aware that there is no admission to the lodge, after the Gnostic Mass has begun, or during certain rituals. We will be happy to admit you afterward.
Using the Elevator: the elevator is manually operated. If you call to be let into the building, we will be sending someone down in the Elevator. Even if you are willing and able to walk the stairs, if you have called up, please wait for the Elevator Operator.
Accessibility: if you will need assistance with a wheelchair it is helpful to let us know so that we can direct you to the entrance which is most accessible, and provide a ramp for the elevator.
Parking: plentiful street parking is available nearby. Over ten years we have had no issues with vehicle safety in the area, however the area is urban, and we will happily provide an escort to walk any attendees to their car after dark.
Bus: the Lodge is serviced by Baltimorelink Bus Services10 or 51 Bus Routes that each stop at the corner of West Pratt Street & South Pulaski Street. We recommend using Google Maps Public Transportation option to plan use of public transit.
MARC Penn Line and Amtrak are available from Batimore Penn Station, then by Bus
MARC Camden Line is available from Camden Rail Station
Taxi and Rideshare:
Lyft and Uber both operate in Baltimore, as well as numerous cab services. Uber fare from the two rail stations is $7-10 depending on surge.
About the Building: William Blake Lodge is located in the historic five-story red brick Cambridge Building, built in 1925 to house clothing manufacturing businesses. The building has become a thriving urban arts and small retail center housing 35 vibrant businesses including Winecream, A1 Jukebox, and Cedar and Cotton. The lodge is located in Carrollton Ridge, an ethnically diverse residential neighborhood of South Baltimore.
Our Building: read more about the historic Cambridge Building