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Peabody Library

Get Inspired by the Breathtaking Peabody Library

Whether you’re a bibliophile or an architecture enthusiast—or both—you simply must visit the Peabody Library next time you’re in Baltimore. (For more ideas on things to see and do, places to eat, and our favorite activities for the region, download our free area vacation guide.) The Peabody Library is part of Johns Hopkins University, and […]

Rusty Scupper

Why the Rusty Scupper Is the Best for Local Seafood

  There are so many excellent places to dine in and around Baltimore, it’s hard to choose. Our free Howard County vacation guide will point you to some regional favorites, but today we’d like to highlight the Rusty Scupper, located right on the Inner Harbor. Rusty Scupper: Prime Location Put simply, the Rusty Scupper offers […]

Baltimore Beer Week

5 of The Best Events at Baltimore Beer Week

  It’s almost the hoppiest time of the year in Baltimore! That is, Baltimore Beer Week is almost here! From October 7-16, this ten-day celebration includes 350+ beer events, festivals and dinners throughout the city and region. Baltimore Beer Week brings together businesses and beer enthusiasts in the community to celebrate and highlight the unique […]

Sotto Sopra

You’ll Love the Amazing Dining Experience at Sotto Sopra

The Mount Vernon neighborhood, just a short walk from the Inner Harbor, is home to Baltimore’s amazing Italian eatery Sotto Sopra. Open for 20 years, Sotto Sopra is helmed by executive chef and owner Riccardo Bosio. The next time you’re heading into Baltimore, consider dining at this celebrated restaurant. The Flavors of Sotto Sopra Chef […]

The B&O Railroad Museum

Learn About History at the B&O Railroad Museum

  For anyone who’s ever been a little thrilled by the sound of a train horn, or happily built a wooden railroad track as a kid, or knows and loves a child who can’t get enough of Thomas, you should consider a visit to the B&O Railroad Museum—one of the most significant collections of railroad […]

Visionary Art Museum

What You Will See at the Visionary Art Museum

The American Visionary Art Museum is unlike any other in the country. It’s certainly a standout attraction in Baltimore. Open from 10am-6pm Tuesday-Sunday, this museum celebrates the artists and art that might not find a home in the biggest museums of the world, but that deserve a fantastic venue for celebration and education. Although the […]

S.S. John W. Brown

Explore US Naval History Aboard the S.S. John W. Brown

Baltimore’s Inner Harbor is known for its maritime significance and Naval historic significance. The Inner Harbor is home to several historic ships, including the WWII-era Liberty ship S.S. John W. Brown. About the S.S. John W. Brown The S.S. John W. Brown is one of only two remaining, fully operational Liberty ships that played an important […]

Hippodrome Theatre

Why You Need to Catch a Show at the Historic Hippodrome Theatre

In Baltimore, you find historic sites just about everywhere you turn. If you’re a lover of the theater, the historic Hippodrome Theatre is a must-experience stop. History of the Hippodrome Theatre Designed by famous theater architect Thomas Lamb, the Hippodrome Theatre opened in 1914 to show movies and vaudeville. By 1920, the Hippodrome hosted 30,000 […]

Baltimore Book Festival

The Baltimore Book Festival Is a Blast for Bibliophiles

Literature lovers enjoy Baltimore for its famous writerly residents like Edgar Allan Poe, Gertrude Stein, F. Scott Fitzgerald, and H.L. Mencken. Our contemporary authors keep the tradition alive and well, and the Baltimore Book Festival celebrates it all. If you’re a bibliophile, an aspiring writer, or simply someone who enjoys a good read, consider visiting […]

Fell's Point

The Most Unique Things You’ll Find at Fell’s Point

  When you think of Baltimore, the Orioles and the Ravens may come to mind. Or maybe The Wire. Or for literary types, Edgar Allan Poe. And of course, the Inner Harbor. Fell’s Point is one of those waterfront communities that outsiders might not know by name, but that has shaped Baltimore into the city […]

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