Discover Charm City

Explore Baltimore

Today’s Baltimore thrives as a dynamic community that pays homage to its rich history while eagerly embracing the opportunities of tomorrow. With its origins rooted in our heritage as a bustling port city and shipbuilding hub, Baltimore has extended visitors a warm welcome since 1729.

Evolving from its industrial past – when it pioneered Baltimore clippers, automobiles, and steel – Baltimore again emerges as a city on the rise, renowned for everything from cutting-edge technology and world-class healthcare facilities to craft breweries, an innovative culinary scene, cultural landmarks, and a storied waterfront.

Neighborhood: Harbor East

Harbor East, an upscale extension of the Inner Harbor, exudes trendiness and sophistication. This burgeoning neighborhood, though relatively new, thrives as a luxury destination, boasting an array of fine dining, boutique shopping, and luxurious accommodations all conveniently located within a few blocks.

Neighborhood: Harbor Point

Situated between Harbor East and Fells Point, Harbor Point emerges as Baltimore’s latest waterfront enclave. This vibrant neighborhood seamlessly integrates retail, dining, hotels, residences, and offices amidst lush green spaces, injecting fresh energy into the heart of Charm City.

Neighborhood: Fells Point

Fell’s Point stands as a vibrant and historic gem, epitomizing the essence of Baltimore. Along its picturesque cobblestone streets and waterfront, Fell’s Point Main Street beckons with over 100 small businesses, inviting visitors to dine, drink, shop, and immerse themselves in the neighborhood’s unique charm.

Neighborhood: Canton

At the core of Canton lies a charming square lined with eateries, taverns, and boutiques along O’Donnell Street. Venture beyond O’Donnell Square Park to discover the essence of Baltimore, from the timeless artistry of painted screens to the iconic rows of marble stoops adorning traditional brick and Formstone row houses.

National Aquarium

Immerse yourself in the mesmerizing underwater realms of the National Aquarium, recognized as one of the top three aquariums in the nation. Situated in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, this aquatic wonderland is home to thousands of species thriving in award-winning habitats.

Pier 6 Pavilion

Pier Six Pavilion stands as one of Baltimore’s most renowned venues, having played host to some of the city’s most unforgettable concerts. Nestled on the Inner Harbor, it’s Baltimore’s premier outdoor summer concert destination. Boasting a seating capacity of 4,400, this venue is among the largest in the region.

Reginald F. Lewis Museum

Experience the rich tapestry of African American history and culture showcased through artifacts and artwork spanning from 1784 to the present day. With over 11,000 square feet of exhibition space, along with a two-story theater, classrooms, an outdoor terrace, and additional amenities, there’s ample opportunity to delve into this captivating narrative.

Port Discovery Children’s Museum

For a dynamic and imaginative play experience, the Port Discovery Children’s Museum offers a plethora of hands-on indoor activities, ideal for families who cherish interactive learning and play. With interactive art studios, musical exhibits, and the renowned four-story SkyClimber, Port Discovery promises an unforgettable adventure.

CFG Arena

The CFG Bank Arena, formerly known as the Royal Farms Arena, recently reopened following extensive renovations and now boasts updated suites, seating, and concessions. This iconic venue hosts an array of acclaimed events, including sports spectacles, popular concerts, unforgettable comedy shows, and family-friendly entertainment.

Johns Hopkins

Established in 1876, Johns Hopkins University stands as a distinguished private research institution located in Baltimore, Maryland. It holds the distinction of being the first American university founded upon the European research institution model.

Maryland Science Center

At the Maryland Science Center, interactive exhibits across three levels delve into fascinating topics including astronomy, paleontology, the human body, and physics. This educational hub offers live demonstrations, the Davis Planetarium, an IMAX theater, and a rooftop observatory for stargazing adventures.

Baltimore Convention Center

Situated in the bustling central business district mere steps from the Inner Harbor, the Baltimore Convention Center provides the perfect blend of expansive exhibit space, versatile meeting rooms, cutting-edge technology, and convenience to accommodate your requirements.

American Visionary Arts Museum

Step away from conventional museum experiences and immerse yourself in the American Visionary Art Museum (AVAM), an essential Baltimore destination showcasing self-taught artists from diverse backgrounds, such as farmers, mathematicians, prison inmates, and individuals with mental illness. AVAM challenges conventional perceptions of artistry.

Oriole Park at Camden Yards

Nestled in downtown Baltimore, Oriole Park at Camden Yards stands as the picturesque home of Baltimore’s Major League Baseball team. Discover the best ways to make the most of your Camden Yards experience, whether it’s by embarking on a guided tour, partaking in beloved game day rituals, or joining in the festivities alongside fellow local fans.

M&T Bank Stadium

M&T Bank Stadium, situated in Baltimore, Maryland, serves as a versatile football stadium and serves as the home ground for the Baltimore Ravens of the National Football League. Located close to Oriole Park at Camden Yards, the stadium neighbors the home venue of the Baltimore Orioles baseball team.

Fort McHenry

Amidst the War of 1812, Fort McHenry played a pivotal role in safeguarding Baltimore against British assault – a triumph that inspired Francis Scott Key to compose the national anthem. You can even participate in the raising or lowering of the fort’s flag, a daily tradition rich in symbolism.

Baltimore Museum of Industry

This unique museum commemorates the city’s industrial legacy and honors the ingenuity of its workers, both past and present. Through immersive exhibitions, educational programs, hands-on activities, guided tours, and live demonstrations, the museum offers a firsthand glimpse into the working life of Baltimore throughout the years.