Baltimore is all about accessibility, diversity, and having fun (whatever that may look like for you). Just steps from Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, Downtown boasts world class dining, museums and performing arts stages, major sports venues, and unique retail experiences you won’t find anywhere else.Find Your Fun
Including the Bromo Arts & Entertainment District, a thriving arts neighborhood filled with galleries, theaters and resident creatives of all disciplines. Explore the Bromo.
Kids love Downtown Baltimore, but more importantly parents do too. There is a lot to love here with family-friendly attractions like the world-renowned National Aquarium and Maryland Science Center.Explore Family Attractions
Known for our creative energy, Downtown Baltimore has many performance venues for theater, dance, and concert enthusiasts. The performing arts bring meaningful content to our everyday lives, and we like to celebrate that.
We don’t mean to brag, but our art is artsier than your art. Downtown is home to the Bromo Arts & Entertainment District, and dozens of museums, galleries, public art installations, and arts institutions. Explore The Walters Art Museum, Maryland Art Place, Baltimore School for the Arts, and More.
Downtown has a rich history on land and at sea, discover it for yourself aboard the Historic Ships in the Harbor or by day-tripping at Fort McHenry. Our Downtown attractions will keep you entertained for hours, and you may even leave having learned a thing or two.
Do more outside. This portside town has a soft-spot in its heart for festivals. Whether it’s Artscape, Light City, or The Baltimore Book Festival. We like them to taste good, look pretty, and be a whole lot of fun.
Cal Ripken stole our hearts and made orange one of our favorite colors, sure, but our sports legacy is so much more. Downtown Baltimore is home to a neighborhood devoted to stadiums. Have you walked through Ridgely’s Delight lately? Purple Fridays is a holiday in this town for a reason (Go Ravens!).
Downtown Partnership of Baltimore is sponsoring the North Harbor ASSC (Area of Special Sign Control) legislation and Planning Commission Boundary approval for the area north of the Inner Harbor, along Pratt Street North to Baltimore Street, from President Street to Howard Street.Continue Reading
Baltimore City, The Mayor’s Office, Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts and Waterfront Partnership are partnering to bring a little extra sizzle to the end of Summer. On Sunday, September 5th, fireworks will adorn the Inner Harbor at 8:30pm.Continue Reading