Explore Theater and Historic Sites in Westside

Baltimore’s Westside is quickly becoming a notable downtown hotspot. Nearby where Cab Calloway, Louis Armstrong and Nat King Cole once performed at local nightclubs, modern theatergoers can catch Broadway’s finest touring productions at the Hippodrome Theatre at the France-Merrick Performing Arts Center. The Westside is also home to Edgar Allan Poe’s grave at Westminster Hall Burial Ground and Lexington Market, the nation’s oldest continually running public market. 

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Explore the Impact of the War of 1812

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Baltimore Beyond the Crab cake: New Culinary Classics Worth a Bite

When you think of classic Baltimore bites a number of things immediately come to mind from savory staples like Maryland blue crabs, Old Bay seasoning, and pit beef to sweets such as snowballs and G…

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Baltimore’s Arts and Entertainment Districts

In a vibrant city known for its vital cultural scene and variety of entertainment options, perhaps nowhere does the creative spark flare more brightly than within Baltimore's three state-designated…

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Public Markets in Baltimore

Take a tour of the city's public markets to sample house-made delicacies and some of the best seafood to be found in the mid-Atlantic.

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