Baltimore is all about accessibility and fun. It’s easy to get around town with our many transportation options (how many cities can boast “boat” as a viable option for getting where you need to go?) Have dinner al fresco in Canton and head to Camden Yards for a game in the Spring, or spend your day bike riding around town.
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It may seem like you have more free time than ever before. If you are considering picking a good book (or several) check out this list of both fiction and non-fiction book based in Baltimore. Call ahead to local book stores like Greedy Reads in Fells Point, for contactless curbside pick up.
You can view and learn the history behind over 6,000 objects from the Lewis Museum's collection from the comforts of your home.
Find tips and articles designed to help you with this adventure called parenting with Port Discovery Children's Museum.
Local fitness gurus tell Baltimore Magazine their essential at-home workouts.
Enjoy a live broadcast of the Blacktip Reef, Jellies or the Pacific Coral Reef exhibits at the National Aquarium. Fun Fact: Starting at a fish tank for as little as 5 minutes has an almost hypnotic effect.
There is a lot to love here with both kid-friendly attractions and tons of family services
Performing arts bring meaningful content to our everyday lives, and we like to celebrate that.
Our weird and wonderful charm gleams bright at Downtown attractions.
We don’t mean to brag, but our art might be artsier than your art.
This portside town has a soft-spot for festivals and 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, but our sports legacy is so much more.
RESTAURANT SUPPORTAttention Baltimore restaurants! The City will award up to $6.5M in State assistance funds to offset COVID-related expenses. Applications go live on 11/12.
DOWNTOWN DOWNLOADICYMI: On November 10th, we had a robust conversation about restaurant and small business recovery programs with Augie Chiasera, President, Greater Baltimore / Chesapeake Regions · M&T Bank and Colin Tarbert, CEO of Baltimore Development Corporation. Watch it now on our Youtube channel.