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Offering easy access to major transit, a plethora of cultural sites and shopping hot spots, outstanding accommodations, a beautiful skyline and vibrant, walkable downtown, Baltimore is at once a practical and avant garde vacation destination.

Charm City is ready to play host to your next getaway or event! Book your stay at one of our many LGBT-friendly hotels and B&Bs, and plan to visit some of Baltimore’s many LGBT-friendly attractions. Read up on what’s new in Baltimore and get introduced to the creative community with our Rainbow Roundup. You also may want to consult our calendar of events to make sure you don’t miss out on any local flavor.

Once you’re on the ground, consider the Baltimore Visitor Center your home base, where staff and volunteers are available to provide one-on-one personalized visitor information services. You can also find city and state resources that serve the LGBT community.

And, if you’re planning your special day, Baltimore has a wide variety of wedding venues for you to peruse. Exchange vows in an art museum or a railroad museum, a park or an aquarium, a country club or a cruise. A wedding in Baltimore is as elaborate or intimate as you and your partner desire.

Click below to request your free copy of Baltimore's new 2017- 2018 LGBTQ Visitor Guide

 

 

Featured Places to Visit

Lexington Market
Lexington Market
Bromo Tower
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Lexington Market
Bromo Tower
400 W. Lexington St. Baltimore, MD 21201
(410) 685-6169
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Horseshoe Casino Baltimore
Gateway South
1525 Russell St. Baltimore, MD 21230
(443) 931-4200
Power Plant Live!
Power Plant Live!
Inner Harbor/City Center
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Power Plant Live!
Inner Harbor/City Center
34 Market Pl. Baltimore, MD 21202
(410) 727-LIVE
Bite of Baltimore
Bite of Baltimore
Fell's Point
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Bite of Baltimore
Fell's Point
-- Baltimore, MD 21224
(410) 929-6525

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Things To Do
LGBT Trip Ideas

30+ Things to Do in January

Family Friendly New Year’s Day CelebrationJan. 1 | 10 a.m. | Port Discovery Children’s Museum…

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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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Rainbow Round-up - January-March 2016

Five Questions With Brooke Hall, Founder/CEO of What Works Studio, Cofounder/Publisher of What Weekly Magazine and Cofounder of Light City Baltimore…

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Rainbow Round-Up - October - December, 2015

h2>Five Questions with Ian Gallanar, Founding Artistic Director, Chesapeake Shakespeare Company…

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