Baltimore's stellar array of historic sites, museums and other magnificent spaces can provide the backdrop for your special day to match your personality and style. You will be amazed by the array of unique spaces Baltimore has to offer for your wedding day, from world-class attractions and museums to beautiful symphony halls — not to mention the exceptional venue options offered by our restaurants and public spaces throughout the city. Baltimore can be the perfect setting for your perfect day.
Baltimore Museums Provide Elegant (or Quirky) Backgrounds
From the majesty of the Baltimore Museum of Art and The Walters Art Museum to venues with a bit more irreverence, you can create a creative and elegant ceremony and reception at one of the many museums in Baltimore. If you or your partner is a history buff, consider staging your event in a unique Baltimore venue, such as the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Museum, the Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History & Culture or the Frederick Douglass-Isaac Myers Maritime Park. Want something a bit more eccentric? Consider holding your reception at Geppi's Entertainment Museum or the American Visionary Art Museum.
Getting Married With Nature in the Background
If you are looking for other fun-filled options, try dining with the sharks at the National Aquarium, under the two-story dinosaurs at the Maryland Science Center or in the wilds of the Maryland Zoo. If you love a view (and boats), Baltimore Spirit Cruises offer reception rooms with ample capacity. For something more intimate and elegant, the Cylburn Mansion at the Cylburn Arboretum provides a reception room within the backdrop of a public garden and nature preserve.
Help Planning Your Wedding in Baltimore
Visit Baltimore is here to help you plan your special day. Our complete list of Baltimore venues and restaurant listings will help kickstart your planning.
Visit Baltimore also offers free planning assistance. To find out more, call 1-877-Baltimore (877-225-8466).
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