Visitors to Baltimore often start in the lively Inner Harbor, where kids (and big kids) can touch the animals at The Living Seashore at The National Aquarium, explore historic ships, and see dinosaurs up close at the Maryland Science Center.Learn More
Heart of the city.
Condé Nast Traveler listed Baltimore as one of America’s 10 most underrated cities in 2014. The soul and personality of Charm City come alive through neighborhoods like trendy Harbor East, artsy Station North, historic Fell's Point and Federal Hill, Little Italy, cultural Mount Vernon and quirky Hampden.Learn More
Journey through centuries of African-American culture, and learn of the great Americans who called Baltimore home, from the nation’s first African-American Supreme Court Justice, Thurgood Marshall, and revered abolitionist Frederick Douglass, to musical pioneers like Billie Holiday and Eubie Blake.Learn More
As the 100-year-old Baltimore Symphony Orchestra can prove, Baltimore’s vibrant arts and culture scene isn’t new. The city’s diverse offerings currently include the world’s largest collection of Henri Matisse works at The Baltimore Museum of Art as well as the unique exhibits at the American Visionary Art Museum.Learn More
As part of the National Park Service’s centennial, Baltimore is hosting activities at a wide range of area parks, trails and scenic byways. Check out food and wine festivals, historic commemorations at Fort McHenry, free movies, concerts and sporting events this summer.Learn More