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Thank you for your interest in Baltimore.

Thank you for requesting Baltimore’s Official Visitor Guide or the Meeting & Event Planning Guide. Your guides will take approximately 3 weeks to deliver. If you require your information sooner, please call our Visitor Hotline at 1-877-Baltimore or view our digital versions of the guides below.

Also, be sure to check out the Calendar of Events to see all that’s happening in Baltimore.

 

Visit Baltimore Official Guide

The Visit Baltimore Official Guide provides you with the latest restaurant openings, new museum exhibitions, cool shops and fun things to do. We also talk to locals who embody the creative, friendly and hardworking spirit of Baltimore that makes it “Charm City.”

The Spring/Summer 2020 Visitor Guide cover story brings attention to the wealth of talented black artists in Baltimore, including Kondwani Fidel, D. Watkins, Amy Sherald, Mickalene Thomas and many more, as well as where we can find their art. This guide will help you find creativity in unlikely places.

 

Meeting and Event Planning Guide

The Baltimore Meeting and Event Planning Guide has all the information meeting planners, conference attendees and business travelers need to plan their time in Baltimore, from sample itineraries and dining options to transportation and housing information. We highlights unique event spaces, culinary innovation, Baltimore’s built-in attendance base and, of course, meeting planning tips and tricks. Each issue comes with a theme and interviews with local experts about their respective industry, including insights that can be applied to the meetings and conventions industry.

The theme of winter/spring 2020 issue is sustainability so we’ve put together some tips on hosting environmentally friendly events, where to get vegan and vegetarian food and a roundup of historic buildings that have been preserved and reused as event spaces—plus we look at how far the city has come in its efforts to revive the harbor.