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Things To Do in Baltimore

Take a scenic walk to Mount Vernon, one of the city's oldest neighborhoods, and originally home to the wealthiest and most fashionable families. Enjoy inventive cuisine on North Charles Street, before catching a concert at The Peabody Institute. In the heart of the city you'll find great concerts at Baltimore Arena along with conferences and trade shows at Baltimore Convention Center. Soak in panoramic views of the downtown skyline, catch a show at the Hippodrome Theatre or just gaze at the timeless ships sailing in the harbor.

Hippodrome Theatre

A world leader in research and medical breakthroughs, this bustling urban campus has been an important part of Baltimore since 1876.
Hippodrome Theatre

Baltimore Convention Center

Hosting trade shows, professional meetings, and conferences of all types, this state-of-the-art meeting facility is centrally located near public transport.
Baltimore Convention Center

Inner Harbor Baltimore

Baltimore's iconic seaport district has become a major destination for tourists and locals alike with a charming blend of dining (think fresh seafood), sightseeing, and vibrant nightlife.
Inner Harbor Baltimore, Maryland

Mount Vernon

Rich in architectural history, Mount Vernon is home to some of the most well preserved 19th century architecture.
Mount Vernon - Maryland

Fells Point

Nestled east from Inner Harbor, this charming waterfront neighborhood is filled with antique shops, coffee shops, restaurants and music shops
Fells Point - Baltimore

M&T Bank Stadium

This outdoor professional sports stadium holds 71,108 seats, 128 suites, and is home to the Baltimore Ravens.
M&T Bank Stadium

Oriole Park at Camden Yards

Revisit the historic stands where the era of Major League Baseball began. Experience exciting Baltimore Orioles matches at their home ground.
Oriole Park at Camden Yards
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