Once the main business has been completed, Baltimore’s compact convention core makes it easy for your attendees to walk to unforgettable museums, renowned performing arts centers and world-class restaurants.
Compact Convention Core
The Baltimore Convention Center is located in the heart of the bustling Inner Harbor district, and when it comes to pleasing a crowd, you can’t beat a water view. Your guests will love clearing their minds after a long day with a stroll along the waterfront promenade and networking over cocktails and bites at one of many restaurants and bars overlooking the water. The hotels along the Inner Harbor are also just steps from performances at Royal Farms Arena and cultural attractions like the Chesapeake Shakespeare Company, National Aquarium and the Reginald F. Lewis Museum.
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Vibrant, Transit-Friendly Neighborhoods
Within walking distance of Baltimore’s Inner Harbor you’ll find lively walkable neighborhoods, each with a distinct personality. Head to Fell’s Point for a pint at the pub where Edgar Allan Poe liked to visit, sip a cocktail at a swanky speakeasy bar in upscale Harbor East, or check out the renovated public market in historic Federal Hill. To learn more about the original dining and entertainment options our neighborhoods have to offer, check out our Neighborhood Guide.
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Here are just a few suggestions of the distinct dining and entertainment experiences you can have in Baltimore: