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Baltimore-it's not so much a place as an experience. And after close to three hundred years of history, this city can deliver more fun-filled family days (and romantic evenings) to make any vacation one you’ll remember forever. Watch videos and learn more about Geppi's Entertainment Museum, the American Visionary Art Museum, or the Maryland Historical Society.
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We offer spouse programs, incentive travel, military reunion packages, pre and post cruise packages, walking tours and step-on guides.
Baltimore's source for American and European art, pottery, studio cermics, fine paintings and original prints. Lighting and decorative objects.
We are event planners for the Chesapeake Bay, accommodating groups of two to 250 people featuring schooners and custom power yachts for weddings, business meetings, lunch or dinner, sunset cruises, crab feasts, or formal dining.
This national museum and education center for outstanding original works of art created by intuitive, self-taught artists is located on a 1.1 acre wonderland campus featuring three historic renovated industrial buildings, sculpture gardens, a museum store and restaurant.
Experience a thrill like no other: European style indoor kart racing at speeds up to 50 MPH! Our state-of-the-art facility is completely indoors for perfect racing conditions every day on our two Grand prix style tracks.
A National Historic Site, this museum is the birthplace of Babe Ruth. See rare artifacts, photos, videos and more; located two blocks from Camden Yards.
This fascinating, fun place for kids, families, and lovers of history features the most important railroad collection in America! Seasonal Train Rides and FREE parking.
Baltimore’s sports and entertainment center for groups large and small is just a few minutes' walk from the Inner Harbor. We offer quality concerts, professional sports and a variety of entertaining family shows.
Baltimore's only professional soccer team, the Blast pays in the Major Indoor Soccer League. Games are fast-paced, reasonably priced and family-friendly.
This museum, located in the historic President Street Station, explores the city’s connections to the Civil War and Underground Railroad. Free. See website for hours.
For Chesapeake Bay sport fishing, this is the only charter fishing boat that departs from Fell’s Point in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor. Licensed for six passengers, all tackle and licenses are provided. Families and kids welcome. Private harbor tours available.
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Award-winning haunted walking tours of Fell's Point and Mount Vernon. Certified Authentic Baltimore tours. Evening and day tours, Haunted Pub Walks, and Ghost Talk where we come to you. Group tours available.
We offer four 18-hole golf courses and one nine-hole golf course. Pine Ridge in Lutherville and Mount Pleasant, Clifton Park, Forest Park and Carroll Park in Baltimore city; 24-hour tee time reservations at classic5golf.com, and the pro shops.
All year long, Maryland’s largest art museum showcases a dazzling collection, ranging from ancient mosaics to contemporary art, plus ever-changing exhibitions, sculpture gardens, an eclectic museum shop and a scenic restaurant. General admission is free.
Visit re-created workshops; explore industry from days past; and see the 1906 Steam Tug Baltimore, a national historic landmark. Enjoy activities for kids, tours for the whole family and free parking.
Discover Baltimore – Hear stories of America’s Charmed City – exploring landmarks associated with the War of 1812 as our nation defended itself; the Civil War which tore apart our City and the nation; learn about industry and commerce in a port city and the struggles and triumphs of the diverse peoples of America.
The NFL Baltimore Ravens play in the state-of-the-art M&T Bank Stadium. For seating information, please call the Ravens’ ticket office at 410-261-RAVE (7283).
With three decades' experience providing destination management services for conventions, corporations and incentive travel, we offer customized tour packages in Baltimore, Annapolis and D.C., plus meet and greet, spouse programs, shuttles, transportation, computerized registration and ticketing.
Our enclosed, climate-controlled and beautifully renovated Spirit of Baltimore, along with our Inner Harbor Spirit, offers year-round sailing. Enjoy lunch, dinner and holiday cruises along with our special events! Sixty-minute sightseeing cruises from April-September.
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Enjoy rides, tours, exhibits and a video at this museum, which features a permanent collection of Baltimore streetcars from 1859-1944. Sundays, noon to 5 p.m. year-round; and Saturdays, June through October, noon to 5 p.m.
This show, held at the Baltimore Convention Center over Labor Day weekend, features more than 550 international dealers and a 70-dealer Antiquarian Book Fair. Knowledgeable collectors and dealers acquire antiques at the largest show of its kind in the country.
The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra is internationally recognized as having achieved a preeminent place among the world's most important orchestras and performs over 100 concerts a year, including classical, pops, holiday, family, special events and summer programs.
Enjoy the sights, sounds, and history of Baltimore from the seat of one of our unique San Francisco style Trolleys. The comfort controlled trolley allows for you to embrace the guided experience without the distraction of the outdoor elements. The large classy art-deco designed windows give you the opportunity to enjoy the scenery at such sites as Fort McHenry where Francis Scott Key saw the flag that so inspired him to write our national anthem during the War of 1812.
TICKETING AVAILABLE AT THE BALTIMORE VISITOR CENTER, LOCATED AT BALTIMORE'S INNER HARBOR WEST SHORE PROMENADE. PLEASE VISIT WWW.BALTIMORE.ORG/VISITOR-CENTER FOR HOURS OF OPERATION. ONLINE TICKETING ALSO AVAILABLE 24x7 AT TICKETS.BALTIMORE.ORG. TICKETING AVAILABLE MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY (except holidays), 8:30 A.M. – 5:30 P.M. AT 1-877-BALTIMORE, OPTION 0.
This local walking organization sponsors 5K and 10K walks in and around the Baltimore area. The club is a member of the American Volkssport Association (AVA), a nationwide organization.
Our water transportation system of 12 blue-and-white boats is the oldest of its kind in the country. We offer one price for all-day, unlimited on-off service to more than 30 attractions and neighborhoods, with group discounts and special offers available.
The Baltimore Basilica, built during 1806-1821, and officially known as the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary, was the first Roman Catholic cathedral built in the United States, and the first major religious building constructed after the adoption of the U.S. Constitution. It is a National Historic Landmark and National Shrine.
Authentic Mississippi paddlewheel driven riverboat, ideal for weddings or corporate functions. Our public cruise schedule features murder mystery cruises.
Brown Memorial Park Avenue (PCUSA) has served the surrounding area for 135 years, housing one of the largest collections of Tiffany stained glass windows (12), including the two largest, and a 1930 Skinner pipe organ.
This nationally ranked Pete Dye-designed golf course is one of only 24 Golf Digest five-star golf courses (2008). #1 ranked public course in the state of Maryland. Ideal facility for group outings and business entertaining; amenities include an excellent restaurant, meeting space and full-service locker room. The Best of the Best.
Baltimore's oldest contemporary art gallery specializing in post WWII American and European art.
This full-service destination management company offers custom-designed tours, citywide shuttle systems and ground operations--featuring special event planning, incentive packages, team-building programs, innovative spouse and children's programs, and complete meeting management services.
Carroll Park Golf Course, a 9-hole course that is the closest golf course to Baltimore's Inner Harbor, is ideal to work on your game and offers an oasis from meetings, seminars, tradeshows and work.
Concierge service firm that provides concierge services, tours, special events, visitor information, tickets, restaurant reservations services to hotel guests/tourists, convention groups and downtown office professionals.
Considered one of the top 10 regional theaters in the country and honored as the State Theater of Maryland, this professional theater presents a variety of home-produced plays, from Shakespeare to August Wilson, Sondheim to Shaw, in two state-of-the-art theaters.
The Charm City Circulator is expected to launch in early fall, will serve the needs of visitors, residents and employees by providing fast, convenient and energy-efficient way to move about Baltimore's downtown area. Clean-energy buses will run three routes in-and-around downtown Baltimore. The Charm City Circulator will run 10 minute headways between buses.
We offer walking ours that highlight the architecture, history, culture and the cuisine of Baltimore area neighborhoods.
Clifton Park Golf Course, Baltimore's first public golf course builton the grounds of Johns Hopkins' summer estate, has some fo the best greens in the area and provides panoramic views of Baltimore.
This theater features affordable large-scale musicals, intimate comedies and dramas, and a children’s play each summer on the campus of CCBC Essex, an easily accessible location with free, plentiful parking.
This sports marketing and event management company features the Under Armour Baltimore Marathon, Toyota Pro Beach Volleyball, Charm City Challenge Basketball, Frederick Marathon, Capital Classic, Under Armour All American Lacrosse Classic.
Cruise the Inner Harbor and beyond on the 65 foot BIG RED BOAT and NEW BIG PURPLE BOAT. Relax during the tour and enjoy a full service bar with AC below and sunshine or stars above! Choose from daily 45-minute narrated cruises, the daily National Anthem by Sea Tour (War of 1812 History!) and evening Key Bridge Cruise on Fridays or City Lights Cruise on Saturdays. From $6 children, $17 adults. View daily schedule on our website.
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Crystal Moll Gallery is home to the work of Crystal's urban landscape paintings and prints along with other local artist's work.
This public garden and nature preserve encompasses more than 200 acres, with more than three miles of nature trails through a mature piedmont forest, a man-made wetland area and a historic mansion.
Edgar Allan Poe’s home is now open to the public as a modest museum with self-guided tours. Displays in the house include a lock of Poe’s hair, some original china that once belonged to John Allan as well as many other Poe-related images. The Edgar Allan Poe House and Museum is temporarily closed for renovations and exhibit installation in preparation to re-open in the spring of 2013.
Our mission is to provide equal access to information and services that support, empower and enrich all who pursue knowledge, education, cultural enrichment and lifelong learning.
A luxurious Hatteras motor yacht features intimate sit-down dinners for up to 20 or buffet for 45. Entertain groups, family or friends with premium bar; customized catering; cruises to Baltimore, St. Michaels, Rock Hall or lighthouses.
The focus of the center is performing and visual arts. Programs for youth and adults as well as an extensive gallery.
A magnificent Gilded Age mansion on 26 landscaped acres. Take a tour of its world-class collections, including Tiffany art glass, post-impressionist paintings and Asian decorative arts, assembled by the BO Railroad’s Garrett family.
This mid-size equity theater with a professional repertory company of artists from the Baltimore/Washington area is dedicated to presenting quality theater that is accessible and affordable to everyone.
Historically hip Federal Hill welcomes you! Visit the many boutiques, taverns and fine restaurants that make up this diverse neighborhood. Experience the "Euro-Americana" ambiance that makes the neighborhood a hidden treasure to visitors the world over.
Take a one hour guided tour through the ages on this historic journey of murder, mystery and the paranormal in Federal Hill.
This intimate community theater features an off-Broadway menu of avant-garde and classic plays, including Baltimore playwrights' original productions.
Baltimore’s oldest surviving urban residence is located in the Fell’s Point historic district. This circa-1765 house is restored and furnished with period antiques. Open daily for tours.
FMM is the third largest fire museum in the world, with 40 antique engines, a reconstructed firehouse, and the Great Baltimore Fire and other fire service history exhibits, and steam engine and apparatus demonstrations.
Forest Park Golf Course, a combination of two-styles and challenges, has small elevated greens, tree-lined fairways, uneven terrain and challenging par 3 holes that are a test for golfers of all abilities.
This 18th-century brick fort defended Baltimore Harbor during the War of 1812 and is the birthplace of the American national anthem. Park rangers offer visitor programs and special events that highlight the park’s history. Visit the birthplace of "The Star-Spangled Banner!"
The historic Hippodrome Theatre, located in the heart of downtown’s Westside renaissance, has been offering great entertainment since 1914. Newly renovated, it is the home to Toyota Broadway in Baltimore, along with music, dance and family entertainment.
An African American heritage site, this museum and park recounts the history of Frederick Douglass, Isaac Myers and the first black-owned shipyard in the United States. Hands-on activities and boat building engage visitors.
We are the oldest continuously operating iron works in the U.S. We do custom fabricated and hand forged iron work.
Galerie Myrtis is a fine art gallery which represents contemporary artists whose creative voices are expressed through paiting, photography and sculpture.
Take an unprecedented journey through American history with a focus on pop culture in media, toys and comic characters as they shaped our children through a magical blend of entertainment and education.
This organization is a consortium of Baltimore area museums dedicated to preserving, interpreting, and promoting local heritage through collaborative community services and educational programs.
Baltimore's premier waterfront entertainment-lifestyle destination, where President Street meets Aliceanna Street. Harbor East offers a collection of Baltimore's best restaurants, retail and entertainment establishments.
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The heart of Baltimore's renowned Inner Harbor, Harborplace The Gallery features a mix of 120 unique shops, restaurants and diverse eateries, plus live seasonal entertainment on the waterfront.
Historic Ships In Baltimore - Four ships and a lighthouse that are all National Historic Landmarks – USS Constellation, USS Torsk, USCGC Taney, Lightship 116 Chesapeake and Seven Foot Knoll Lighthouse. Enjoy “hands-on encounters with history,” demonstrations, activities, overnight adventures and tours. Open daily.
A National Historic Landmark built in 1801 by Charles Carroll, Jr. Tour one of the nation’s finest examples of Federal-era architecture, renowned for its elegant proportions and superb collection of American decorative arts.
Enjoy year-round displays of plant material in five distinct areas of the facility: the 1888 Palm House, the Orchid Room, Mediterranean House, Tropical House and Desert House.
Have fun and get a good workout by paddling around either in a regular paddle boat or in the more popular "Chessie" paddle boats.
Honoring the Irish who came to Baltimore to escape the Great Famine, two restored 1840s rowhomes faithfully re-create a typical Irish railroad worker’s home and house a shrine dedicated to their memory and experiences.
Enjoy 19th- and 20th-century American, European and traditional African art, plus guided tours. Open Tuesday through Sunday. No admission fees.
The Jewish Museum of Maryland includes two exhibition galleries, two historic synagogues--Lloyd Street (1845) and Bnai Israel (1876)--a research library and archives, and a gift shop.
Site of the Maryland Million, offering live Thoroughbred racing and simulcast racing from across the country.
Since 1782 the market has provided fresh meats, seafood, produce, international cuisine, prepared foods and in-market dining. Above the 130 merchants' stalls, affordable catered meeting facilities are available.
We feature renowned African, African American and local artists displaying oils and mixed media, antique black Madonnas, antique museum artifacts, furniture, textiles, dinnerware, glassware, baskets, dolls, stools, jewelry, custom clothing, leather, wedding attire, cards, meeting rooms, reunions, books, fabric, and ready-made clothing for men, women and children.
Inspired by an artifact from New York’s World Trade Center – three 22-foot-long twisted and torn amalgamated steel columns from the Twin Towers. The memorial provides a place of contemplation and a site to remember and to reflect upon the events of September 11, 2001 while paying tribute to the 69 Marylanders who lost their lives that day. Each year on September 11, the Baltimore’s World Trade Center will act as sundial to mark the chronological inscriptions of the events that tragic day.
Maryland Art Place, a nonprofit center for contemporary art established in 1981, encourages artistic expression through innovative programming and exhibitions.
Visit this site for details about outdoor activities throughout the state of Maryland: www.dnr.maryland.gov.
Maryland Historical Society is one of the oldest cultural institutions housing some of the oldest collections in the United States, founded in 1844. It is home of the original manuscript of Francis Scott Key's “Star-Spangled Banner.” The museum boasts the East Coast's finest decorative art collection.
Located at Baltimore's Inner Harbor, has three levels of hands-on exhibits waiting to be explored. Save time for an IMAX film, Planetarium show or catch some live science on the Demo Stage.
Baltimore's wildest attraction! The zoo is home to more than 2,000 exotic mammals, birds and reptiles in a wooded, 180-acre setting. Group rates and rental facilities are available. Free parking.
Located just east of Canton, this exquisite glassblowing studio, art gallery and gift shop is minutes from the Inner Harbor. There are live, hot glassblowing demonstrations along with hands-on activities for all ages. Call ahead for times and events. The Glass Grill Restaurant Bar now on-site.
The McHenry Row complex offers a new and charming place to live, shop, work and play in Baltimore's Locust Point neighborhood.
Feast on a four-course meal while watching spectacular pageantry, exquisite horsemanship and an authentic medieval jousting tournament--an unforgettable evening for the entire family.
Helicopter tours of Baltimore, Washington, DC, and Annapolis.
Visit the Federal-style house, home (1808) to the first American-born Catholic saint, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, and the historic chapel of our nation’s first Catholic seminary (1791). Free parking; individual and group tours available daily.
This true golf and entertainment destination offers a challenging 18-hole public course. The Grille Pub, among the area’s most popular restaurants, offers fabulous cuisine and relaxing ambience ideal for outings, meetings and events; just 2 miles from I-95.
Maryland’s finest example of a Georgian country estate and Baltimore’s oldest house was the home of Charles Carroll, Barrister. This National Historic Landmark, filled with original family furnishings, depicts the grand style of 18th-century living. Free parking. Rental Facility - Mount Clare Stable.
Where Arnold Palmer secured his second win on the Professional Golf Tour, is tournament test and is a favorite for players looking for the challenge of a classic design.
Stunning exhibits and more than 11,000 aquatic animals, plus the widely lauded exhibit, Animal Planet Australia, make this Inner Harbor destination Baltimore's most popular attraction. Express entry is available when you purchase tickets online at www.aqua.org.
America’s first wax museum of African American history and culture features more than 100 life-size and lifelike wax figures.
Located outside, this sculpture by Andrew Pitynski at Katyn Circle, Inner Harbor East, is dedicated to all mistreated prisoners of war, the Polish officers murdered by the Soviets in 1940 in the Katyn Forest being an extreme example.
The Orioles play an 81-home game Major League Baseball schedule from April through September. Ballpark tours are available year-round. For tour and ticket information, call 888-848-BIRD or visit the Web site at www.orioles.com.
Our facility is one of the most beautiful in the United States for an outdoor live entertainment.
Home of the Preakness Stakes, middle jewel of the Triple Crown, this track offers live Thoroughbred racing during its Spring meet plus simulcast racing from across the country year-round.
Pine Ridge Golf Course, a tournament tested course, located on the Loch Raven Reservoir is both beautiful and challenging and unlike any other golf experience in the Baltimore area.
Port Discovery, the Children's Museum in Baltimore offers three floors of educational and interactive exhibits, programs and activities for children ages birth to 10 years old. Ranked among the top five children's museum in the United States (Child Magazine, Feb 2002)!
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Located in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, the country’s preeminent dining and retail complex features the new home of Phillips Seafood, Barnes & Noble, Hard Rock Cafe, Dick's Last Resort and more!
Baltimore’s premier dining and entertainment district, located adjacent to the Inner Harbor. This exciting development features entertainment, restaurants and nightclubs - all spilling out into a common plaza with outdoor seating.
This representative of an 1812-era Baltimore Clipper promotes economic trade and tourism for Maryland and Baltimore city. When in home Chesapeake Bay waters, as well as all ports of call, she provides public day sails and is available for group sails/receptions; and overnight trips.
10,000 sq. ft. of European furniture, original art and chandeliers. Voted Best of Baltimore.
A major Inner Harbor tourist destination, this museum highlights the history and accomplishments of Maryland’s African American community, featuring exhibitions, resource centers, a cafe and a gift shop.
New to Baltimore's Inner Harbor featuring hundreds of unbelievable interactive exhibits, a 4-D moving theatre and The Marvelous Mirror Maze.
McClintock’s original work and giclee prints are creatively displayed on the walls of his airy, light-filled, waterfront studio gallery in Fell’s Point. The unique, affordable art is priced from $12 to $1,200.
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Sail Baltimore produces a free annual program of visiting ships from around the world for visitors to enjoy, including international vessels, tall ships, military ships, and environmental and educational vessels.
Whether it's a two-hour harbor cruise, sunset sail or overnight stay, Sail with Liberty is a fun and memorable experience. Liberty welcomes up to six guests aboard our beautiful 44-foot ketch. Reservations are recommended.
Baltimore's newest, most exciting excursion! You'll learn about all of the historic sights with a fun, amusing narration, plus enjoy a thrilling speed boat ride.
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An exciting way to see the historic districts of Baltimore, our one- and two-hour daily Segway Safaris give you a great overview, excellent photo spots, and an up-close-and-personal look at a unique place for history and culture.
This 22,000-square-foot museum includes exhibits devoted to Johnny Unitas, the Baltimore Orioles and Colts, and Baltimore's Negro Leagues, as well as the Maryland Terrapins and college athletics. The nearby Babe Ruth Birthplace Museum showcases material devoted exclusively to the Sultan of Swat.
The oldest Catholic parish church in Baltimore (1840) offers tours after mass. Call for times.
Visit the 1793 home of Mary Pickersgill, where she made the 30-foot-by-42-foot Star-Spangled Banner that flew over Fort McHenry and inspired Francis Scott Key to write the words that would later become our national anthem.
Outdoor adventure center featuring climbing tower, zip line, giant swing, high ropes course. Guided kayak, geo-caching, back packing, mountain biking, sailing, river tubing, horseback trail tours in Central Maryland. Team-building facilities and programs.
Golf course, outdoor recreation, rated 4-star by Golf Digest, top 100 must play courses, public access.
The only dinner theater in Baltimore city and minutes from the Inner Harbor, Toby's presents Broadway-quality productions with an extensive buffet and self-serve sundae bar. For the current show schedule, see www.tobysdinnertheatre.com.
Baltimore and Washington's only professional dinner theater in the round is critically acclaimed, featuring a lavish buffet and spectacular musicals with eight shows weekly. We cater to the tour market and emphasize service, quality and pricing--with complimentary tickets for escort and driver.
A spectacular and unforgettable view of Baltimore awaits you from the top of the world’s tallest pentagonal building. New exhibits about local landmarks, famous people and “firsts” and historic events will engage and inspire you to explore more of Charm City!
An interactive pirate adventure aboard the Fearless – Baltimore’s only pirate ship! Voyage includes all things pirate for young and young at heart! Search for treasure, blast enemies with water cannons in the Inner Harbor! Charters and parties offered.
Acclaimed as one of the best art museums in the United States, the Walters offers 55 centuries of art, including Egyptian mummies, medieval armors and 19th-century masterpieces. The Walters also holds world-class traveling exhibitions. General admission is now free.
The first U.S. heroic and civic monument was designed by Robert Mills. Call to make arrangements for groups or rental of the facility. (Currently Closed for Renovations, available to view monument from outside)
This restored historic church features stained glass windows, an 1882 pipe organ, cathedral ceilings and raised balconies. Surrounded by one of Baltimore’s oldest cemeteries, it features the gravesite of Edgar Allan Poe. Located at Fayette and Greene, the hall accommodates 75 to 250 people.
Private yacht charters for elegant and fun occasions, corporate, social, weddings from Baltimore Inner Harbor on climate controlled yachts.
Visit historic Zion, Baltimore’s original German church founded in 1755. With its beautiful stained glass windows, Hanseatic architecture and lovely garden oasis, this is a fascinating delight for German-American culture buffs. Lutheran worship services are in German and English, with tours by appointment.
Plan your trip!
- Divided Voices: Maryland in the Civil War April 16, 2011 - December 31, 2015 | All Day
- Civil War Trains Exhibit August 16, 2012 - December 31, 2015 | All Day
- Fresh Thoughts - Fleet Street Kitchen May 21, 2013 - May 22, 2013 | 6:30pm - 9:00pm
- Milestones: African Americans in Comics, Pop Culture and Beyond February 1, 2013 - March 1, 2014 | All Day
- City Lights Cruise April 20, 2013 - August 31, 2013 | 8:30pm - 9:30pm