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Want to hang like a local? Get a different view of Baltimore’s famous harbor by taking the water taxi. For some of the best crab in town, try L.P Steamers in Locust Point. Duck into a pub in historic Fell’s Point for unpretentious bar food and a cold pint. Learn about Baltimore’s African American history and culture at one of our many points of interest. And you can’t pretend to be a local without appreciating Baltimore’s dedication to the arts, from our abundance of museums and public art, to art festivals and three state-designated arts and entertainment districts.

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Carroll Park Bike and Skate Facility
800 Baynard St. Baltimore, MD 21223
(410) 396-7019
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Power Plant / The Cordish Company
Inner Harbor
601 E. Pratt St. Baltimore, MD 21202
(410) 752-5444
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Baltimore Trolley Tours
Inner Harbor
401 Light St. Baltimore, MD 21202
(410) 768-1148
Baltimore Black Heritage Tours/BAATC
Baltimore Black Heritage Tours/BAATC
West - Less than 10 miles
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Baltimore Black Heritage Tours/BAATC
West - Less than 10 miles
PO Box 3014 Baltimore, MD 21229
(443) 983-7974

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Rainbow Round-Up - July - September, 2015

Five Questions With: Cathy C. Rosenbaum, Mount Vernon Place Conservancy 1. What makes the Washington Monument and Mount Vernon so significant to Baltimore?…

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Q&A with Katy Rothkopf

In October, the BMA will present the first major exhibition to show the profound influence of French artist Henri Matisse (1869–1954) on the work of American artist Richard Diebenkorn (1922–1993).…

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Baltimore Visitor Center

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Artscape

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