1500 Washington Boulevard Carroll Park Baltimore, MD 21230 +1 410 837 3262
Mount Clare was built in 1760 by Charles Carroll, a barrister, Revolutionary patriot and distant relative of the signer of the Declaration of Independence by the same name. This two-story Georgian brick home has been reconstructed adding to elegance and class of the edifice. Original paintings, furniture and decorative art are on display. Mount Clare was named in the National Register of Historic places in 1970.
Gay Street and Water Street Baltimore, MD 21202 +1 410 752 2630
The Holocaust Memorial in downtown Baltimore was originally built in 1980 and was refurbished in 1997. Today, the centerpiece of the stark gray memorial is two concrete monoliths that represent the boxcars used to transport Jews to the Nazi death camps during World War II. Railroad tracks surround the structure. The redesign which involved the removal of a grassy hill, gives passersby along the Inner Harbor a view of the memorial.
4 East Madison Street 4 East Madison Inn Baltimore, MD 21201 +1 410 605 2020
Situated within 4 East Madison Inn Hotel which is an old and beautiful mansion-like boutique hotel, Feast @ 4 East is a private event venue. Accommodating up to sixty guests, you can opt to celebrate a wedding reception, birthday party, business gathering etc. in its outdoor or indoor dining area. The catering menu is mainly French with Mediterranean influences. Get in touch with the management for pricing details etc.
This fun Mardi Gras themed venue is one of Baltimore's liveliest night spots. There are plenty of drinks specials and theme nights, as well as being host to some quality local, national and international acts. Students are catered for, with students' night on Thursday nights, and many events are all-ages. There is cheap parking nearby and most nights have free entry for women. Check the website for details of upcoming events.
407 E. Saratoga St. Baltimore, MD 21202 +1 410 783 7888
Sonar attracts some of the world's biggest names in music, from top-class DJs to bands and singers from all genres. There are three rooms in the venue, including the Talking Head Club - on some nights, the rooms are divided for different events, on others the rooms merge together to form one super-club. Club management has been known to be unreliable about drinks prices, something to be aware of if attending a show. Check the website for details of upcoming events.
114 West Saratoga Street Baltimore, MD 21201 +1 410 685 6090
Formerly called "The German Cathedral" due to its South German neo-Gothic style, St. Alphonsus Catholic Church is a historic landmark designed by the famous architect Robert Cary Long in 1845. Many saints, including Blessed George Matulaitis and St. John Neumann, have prayed here, making this church a place of religious importance in the Catholic community.
1 North Charles Street Baltimore, MD 21201 +1 410 625 4230
This theater is also known as The Morris A Mechanic Theatre. Located in downtown Baltimore, it has played an important role in bringing performing arts to Baltimore. Theatre, music and dance performances is what you'll get here. It is specially known for bigger performances, such as pre-Broadway runs or touring versions of current Broadway shows. It's past productions include Chicago and Peter Pan.
1 East Mount Vernon Place Baltimore, MD 21202 +1 410 659 8100
The Peabody Institute was the first conservatory in the United States. It was founded in 1857 by philanthropist George Peabody and has been part of the Johns Hopkins University since 1977. The institute boasts four concert halls and the Peabody Library and is home to the Peabody Conservatory, John Steven Limited which offers private musical lessons and the Peabody Preparatory, a non-degree program that offers classes for people of all ages. Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Dominick Argento and vocalist/pianist Tori Amos attended the institute. Students, faculty and other performers often stage free public concerts.
408 North Charles Street Baltimore, MD 21201 +1 410 727 3565
Considered one of the finest examples of Neoclassical architecture, the Baltimore Basilica is the nation's oldest Catholic cathedral. Begun in 1806 and completed in 1821, the cathedral was designed by Benjamin Latrobe, architect of the U.S. Capitol. With its six Corinthian columns fronting a grand portico, the cathedral resembles a Greek temple. Nine stained-glass windows fill the massive interior with light. Visitors in recent years have included Pope John Paul II and the late Mother Theresa.
699 North Charles Street Baltimore, MD 21201 +1 410 396 0929
Towering above Mount Vernon Place is Baltimore's Washington Monument. The marble Doric column towers 178 feet with a statue of George Washington at its crown. The reward for climbing the steep, winding 228 steps is a bird's-eye view of Baltimore. The base contains a small museum with exhibits chronicling the architecture and development of the monument, which took nearly 15 years to build (1815-1829).
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