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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 […]

Peabody Library Johns Hopkins University Baltimore

How To Plan Your Visit to Johns Hopkins University

Johns Hopkins University—the nation’s first research university!—is right here in Baltimore. Johns Hopkins was founded on the principle that by pursuing big ideas and sharing what is learned, we make the world a better place. For more than 135 years, this outstanding institution hasn’t strayed from that vision. In fact, they’ve expanded it. The university […]

Edgar Allan Poe house and museum

Did You Know You Can Visit Edgar Allan Poe’s Grave?

  Literature lovers and Poe enthusiasts will enjoy a visit to Poe Baltimore, the Edgar Allan Poe house and museum that celebrates Baltimore’s favorite denizen. But did you know that you can also take a short trek from the Poe House and Museum to visit Edgar Allan Poe’s Grave? Poe’s House Poe’s home has been […]

Washington DC Public Transportation

A Beginner’s Guide to Washington DC Public Transportation

  When you visit Washington DC, you want to spend time planning your adventures—not how to get to them. Washington DC public transportation is a fantastic, affordable way to get around the DC metropolitan area. There’s a bit of a learning curve, but we’re here to help. Using the Metro, you can explore the city […]

Baltimore Harbor Cruise

Take a Baltimore Harbor Cruise to See the Beauty of the Chesapeake

Baltimore is a harbor town. That’s why the Inner Harbor is perhaps the city’s most popular attraction, featuring museums, restaurants, shopping and sightseeing. But you just can’t beat one of the Baltimore harbor cruises to really experience the Chesapeake. Here are a few options… Spirit Baltimore harbor cruises The Spirit cruises depart from the west wall of […]

Patapsco Valley State Park

Patapsco Valley State Park Is the Best Summer Day Trip

  Patapsco Valley State Park is the best summer day trip because there’s just so much to do. The Park extends along 32 miles of the Patapsco River, encompassing 16,043 acres and eight developed recreational areas. While you’re there, you’ll have dozens of opportunities for hiking, fishing, camping, canoeing, horseback and mountain bike trails, as […]

Annapolis restaurants

5 of the Best Annapolis Restaurants You Need to Visit

  Nearby Annapolis is a legendary port—in part because it’s home to the U.S. Naval Academy. When you’re there, it’s easy to work up an appetite taking historic walking tours, boating on the Severn River, or just meandering around the beautiful streets. Here are 5 of our favorite Annapolis restaurants you’re guaranteed to love… Boatyard […]

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