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Winter

Unlike more northern cities, Baltimore’s winter is quite mild. Rarely does it snow in December or even January, so there are still plenty of activities you can enjoy during the winter months. In January, head out to Krautfest for some kraut and polka music. Martin Luther King Day and Black History Month give lots of opportunities to learn about Baltimore’s African American history. Edgar Allan Poe’s birthday is celebrated every January 19 at Westminster Hall. And soccer fans can catch the Baltimore Blast playing indoor soccer. 

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The Miracle on 34th Street Light Display

Every evening from Thanksgiving weekend through New Year’s Day, the block of 34th Street inbetween Keswick Road and Chestnut Avenue in Baltimore’s Hampden neighborhood is decked out a holiday light…

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Baltimore Museums

With so many museums celebrating art, American history, family heritage and even all things zany, you could spend weeks in Baltimore visiting one each day and s…

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Baltimore’s Legends & Legacies Jubilee

In Honor of Black History Month and the bicentennial celebration of Frederick Douglass' birth, many of the city’s top cultural attractions will gather under one roof on February 17, 2018…

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