Whether you’re a casual museum wanderer, a head-banging concert-goer, or a history buff, Downtown Baltimore has a little something for everyone.Scroll to Explore
Baltimore’s Bromo Arts & Entertainment District is managed by Bromo Tower Arts Entertainment, Inc. in collaboration with the Downtown Partnership of Baltimore. Explore the Bromo District.
You’ll never be hard pressed to find a museum to visit in Downtown Baltimore. Whether you’re into art, history, or science, Baltimore has a space celebrating those interests. Art collectives and galleries have also been on the rise in recent years, popping up in previously empty storefronts in many neighborhoods around Downtown.
Specializing in original thematic exhibitions that seamlessly combine art, science, philosophy, humor and, social justice and betterment. Plan your visit.
Preserving the physical legacy and the experience of American railroading and the interpretation of its history. Plan your visit.
Perpetuating the historic legacy of Babe Ruth, Baltimore’s Orioles, Ravens and Colts, and local and regional sports at the amateur, collegiate and professional levels. Plan your visit.
Connecting art to Baltimore and Baltimore to the world, embodying a commitment to artistic excellence and social equity in every decision they make. Plan your visit.
Telling the stories of Baltimore; how it came to be, how it continues to thrive, and how it will always press on. Plan your visit.
Committed to showcasing, developing, and broadening the reach of artists locally and internationally. Learn more.
Finding, telling, and protecting the stories of Maryland’s Jewish communities. Plan your visit.
Inspiring, supporting, and encouraging artistic expression through innovative programming, exhibitions, and educational opportunities. Learn more.https://godowntownbalt.wpengine.com/wp-admin/post.php?post=30&action=edit#
Journey through Maryland history across 23,000 square feet of gallery space. Plan your visit.
Telling the whole story of the City by amplifying its communities’ voices, to help people everywhere see Baltimore in a new light. Plan your visit.
The authentic voice of Maryland African American history & culture. Plan your visit.
Dedicated to exhibiting contemporary art and promoting creative collaboration in Baltimore. Learn more.
Working to insure a vibrant future for contemporary art and artists in Baltimore. Learn more.
Bringing art and people together for enjoyment, discovery, and learning. Plan your visit.
After over a year without concerts, plays, and movies, we’re more excited than ever to welcome patrons back to Baltimore. Downtown is home many performance venues for arts and entertainment enthusiasts. The performing arts bring meaningful content to our everyday lives, and we like to celebrate that.
409 N Charles St. • andiemusiklive.com
Quaint venue specializing in jazz & classical performances.
700 N Calvert St. • centerstage.org
Center Stage is the state theater of Maryland, and Baltimore’s largest professional producing theater.
124 Market Place • baltimoresoundstage.com
Intimate concert venue for nationally touring artists offering a general admission area or reserved seating.
7 S Calvert St. • chesapeakeshakespeare.com
One of the twenty largest Shakespeare theaters in the United States.
315 W Fayette St. • everymantheatre.org
Local performing-arts theater & education center with a resident ensemble of actors & artists.
406 N Howard St. • lemondo.org
Artist-owned bar & performance venue for artists and art-lovers with diverse arts programming, artist studios, and event space.
1212 Cathedral St. • bsomusic.org
Performing arts space home to the internationally recognized Baltimore Symphony Orchestra.
12 N Eutaw St. • france-merrickpac.com
Staple theatre of the France-Merrick Performing Arts Center providing world-class entertainment and Broadway shows to downtown Baltimore.
1350 Lancaster St. • keystonekornerbaltimore.com
Providing some of the best jazz music in the world for affordable prices in a cozy environment, with tasty food.
140 W Mt Royal Ave • lyricbaltimore.com
Non-profit performing arts center and live entertainment venue presenting a variety of music, dance, comedy, youth centric and educational programming to diverse audiences.
731 Eastern Ave • Learn More
Warm weather waterfront venue located on Pier Six of the Inner Harbor, hosting national and international touring acts.
20 Market Place • ramsheadlive.com
Concert venue with big-name bands & a bar open pre-and post-show with drink specials.
201 W Baltimore St. • royalfarmsarena.com
Baltimore’s largest indoor sports and entertainment facility, long been considered an anchor of growth and prosperity in the city.