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Baltimore Museum of Art
Located in the heart of the Charles Village neighborhood, the BMA is home to a vast collection of 19th century, modern, and contemporary art, including the largest holding of works by Henri Matisse in the world.
American Visionary Art Museum
This one-of-a-kind museum displays original artwork created by self-taught individuals, usually without formal art training.
Walters Art Museum
This collection includes a variety of world art ranging from pre-dynastic Egypt to Roman sarcophagi to 19th century American masterpieces.
Edgar Allan Poe House & Museum
One of Baltimore's most infamous residents, Poe's former house and gravesite are both popular tourist destinations.
This vibrant waterfront neighborhood is the center of activity in Baltimore. Here you can explore (by water taxi if you'd like) countless attractions from the National Aquarium and the USS Constitution to a huge variety of restaurants and food vendors.
Oriole Park at Camden Yards
Home to the Baltimore Orioles, Camden Yards is a beautiful park that's a worthy stop for any sports fan. A bonus: The O's are in town during the AMI meeting!
Jones Falls Trail
This hiking and biking trail follows the Jones Falls River from Penn Station in downtown Baltimore north to Druid Hill Park.
Druid Hill Park
Listed on the National Register of Historic Place, Druid Hill Park was Baltimore's first large municipal park. Today it's home to the Maryland Zoo in Baltimore, Baltimore Conservatory, and acres of shady lawns and rolling hills.
Northern Central Rail Trail
Looking for some more rural trail adventures? Located north of Baltimore, this 20 mile biking/hiking/horseback riding trail connects to the 21 mile York County Heritage trail to make a path that traverses through beautiful hilly terrain well into Pennsylvania.
This world-renowned facility is home to over 660 species of animals and highlights the aquatic habitats of animals around the world.
Maryland Science Center
Located in the Inner Harbor, Maryland Science Center includes an IMAX theater, planetarium, and three levels of exhibits.
Port Discovery Children's Museum
Voted one of the nation's best children's museums, Port Discovery provides educational opportunities through play geared towards children aged 2 through 10.
Star-shaped Fort McHenry holds a special place in the nation's history: the National Anthem was about the fort's famous Battle of Baltimore.
The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore
The third oldest zoo in the country is located in Druid Hill Park and is home to more than 1,500 birds, mammals, amphibians, and reptiles.
The Brewer's Art
This brewery and restaurant is providing a very special brew celebrating Max Brodel's love of all things beer.
Rams Head Live!
Live music venue in downtown Baltimore featuring a wide variety of live acts nearly every night.
This historic theater hosts live music, lectures, theater, musicals, opera, ballet, and other entertainment.
Just a little over an hour away, the nation's capital is a wealth of history, culture, and an educational experience not to be missed.
This historic 18th century seaport town sits on the Chesapeake Bay and is home to the U.S. Naval Academy.
Maryland Eastern Shore
From Annapolis, cross the 4.5 mile wide Bay Bridge to the Eastern Shore to explore hundreds of miles of coastline, historic villages, wildlife refuges, and bountiful seafood.
Located about 90 minutes northeast of Baltimore, the site of the Battle of Gettysburg is a must-see for any history buff.
Maryland Transit Administration (MTA)
MTA offers bus, subway, and light rail service around Baltimore as well as the MARC train between Baltimore and Washington D.C.
This authentic Italian neighborhood boasts over two-dozen family-owned Italian restaurants and is home to the Little Italy Film Festival.
Largely unchanged since the 18th century, this charming waterfront community is a great destination for seafood, shopping, or a late-night stop at one of its many taverns and pubs.
Just east of Fell's Point lies the Canton neighborhood where a lively village square is surrounded by classic Baltimore row houses and former factories reclaimed as artists' studios, restaurants, and more.
Within walking distance of Camden Yards, Federal Hill is home to antiques, pubs, and the namesake hill - walk to the top to take in a gorgeous view of Baltimore's skyline.
Just north of downtown lies the heart of Baltimore's arts and culture community. Landmarks here include the first Washington Monument, the Walters Art Museum, the nation's first Catholic Cathedral, and the spectacular Peabody Library's Grand Cathedral of Books.
The quintessential, hard-working "Bawlmer" neighborhood, Hampden is home to eccentric cafes and unique shopping experiences and has provided film backdrops for famous Baltimore filmmaker, John Waters.
Located on the mezzanine of the Tremont Plaza Hotel, this restaurant specializes in regional American and European... 410-244-7300, 222 Saint Paul Place
Maria D's is the best place in Federal Hill, and all of South Baltimore, for fresh, hand tossed pizza. Maria D's has been serving the community since 1978 410-727-5430, 1016 S. Light St.
B&O American Brasserie
Welcome, travelers, to the gilded days of the American railroad: a time when service was sincere, quality was never in question, and those who journeyed by rail enjoyed an uncomplicated elegance. 443-692-6172, 2 North Charles St.
Take it Away
This little sandwich place is hidden on Lexington in between St. Paul and Charles. (410) 547-2400, 200 Saint Paul St.
Tio Pepe Ristaurante
Whitewashed brick walls, white tablecloths and soft lighting lend a serene touch to this cozy labyrinth of subterranean dining rooms. 410-539-4675,10 E Franklin St.