1905 Falls Road P. O. Box 4881 Baltimore, MD 21201 +1 410 547 0264
This unusual museum called Baltimore Streetcar Museum, pays tribute to the streetcars that once dominated the city's thoroughfares. Hundreds of people-tourists and locals alike, visit each year to ride a streetcar, explore the museum's many displays, or enjoy a carhouse tour. Founded in 1966, the museum also shows a free film that traces the streetcar's evolution. A gift shop sells related memorabilia.
Home of the Anne Arundel County Fair, the grounds are the spot for good, wholesome entertainment. The fair organizers all work for a non-profit company, with the sole purpose of providing family-oriented entertainment throughout the year. Check the website to see what other events are coming up.
1745 West Nursery Road Linthicum Heights, MD 21090 +1 410 765 0230
If you're interested in electronics, you should surely make a trip to this museum at Linthicum. Check out the development of electronics in the field of defense. Apart from the learning about the gradual evolution of technology in this area, you'll also get to discover its resultant effect on commercial products. You'll also find out the major role that technology played out in the whole process. You can plan your visit on any day of the week, except Sunday. What's more, this tour of discovery is for free as there are no admission costs.
1700 East Cold Spring Lane Baltimore, MD 21251 +1 443 885 3333
Morgan State University is one of the finest educational facilities offering a range of programs for study in Baltimore. The fine arts and music majors constitute groups like the Morgan State Choir and the Morgan State Marching Machine that regularly put up outstanding performances. Not to be left behind, the Theater Arts Program puts up its own productions. This is the best place to come to get a heads up on the local talent.
Headquarters for the Military Department State of Maryland, Fifth Regiment Armory is a grand venue with a capacity to hold a huge crowd. Being a military headquarter, it was venue for emergency operations during disasters. It has been host to the Ringling Brothers Barnum & Bailey Circuses, Oktoberfest and the Irish Festival. It's a popular venue for all kinds of concerts, events, festivals, exhibitions are held here because of its huge space.
417 East Fayette Street 8th floor Baltimore, MD 21202 +1 410 396 4866
Baltimore's first municipal park, Druid Hill Park, spans across 745 acres and features on the National Register of Historic Places. The famed park is apt for evening strolls, picnics, ball games, riding, or simply lazing under the shady trees. Fringed by Jones Falls Expressway, the verdant park has plenty of water features like springs and lakes. Moreover, it is home to the Conservatory and Palm House.
G-Spot celebrates the diversity in Baltimore's thriving alternative culture. This beautifully designed space is thoroughly committed to showcasing artists in every given medium, whether already established or simply trying to make a name from themselves. From live music to art exhibitions to film screenings, there is also something interesting and unique to check out. Visit the website for details of upcoming events.
512 West Saratoga Street Baltimore, MD 21201 +1 410 685 6026
Entrusted to the Pallottine Priests and Brothers by the Archbishop of Baltimore in 1917, the St. Jude Shrine is the center of St. Jude Devotions in the United States. St. Jude Thaddeus has been dubbed "The Forgotten Saint" due to the actions of Judas Iscariot, the betrayer of Jesus. Unlike Judas Iscariot, St. Jude Thaddeus died a martyr and his remains are in the great basilica of St. Peter in Rome. He is considered the patron saint for those in dire need. After an increase of St. Jude Devotions following WWII, the Pallottines established regular novena services to honor the saint. Call the shrine for timings. The popularity of the shrine has skyrocketed, attracting both local and nationwide parishioners.
1985 Corporal Frank Scott Drive College Park, MD 20740 +1 301 864 6029
This museum is housed at the world's oldest continuously operating airport. Its fun, interactive exhibits will captivate visitors of all ages. The gallery itself is a one-eighth scale replica of the Wright brothers' hangar, where they built their first military airplane. It was here, in 1909, that Wilbur Wright trained military officers to fly. The museum's many artifacts include the Wright brothers' 1911 Wright B, a 1918 'Jenny' airplane that was once used for airmail, and a 1932 Monocoupe aircraft.
One of the finest golf clubs in Baltimore, The Caves Valley Golfers Club has been active since 1991 and is located conveniently between plush green surroundings. The wide expanse of area that it is built on features a wide golf course with 18 holes, a state-of-the-art practice facility and a large clubhouse too. The Club Restaurant is considered as one of the best restaurants in that area. Apart from that, the clubhouse of the estate also offers 32 overnight rooms and separate golf cottages to house the guests.
This beautiful stone building is unique for its graves, which
were filled in the early 1800s, long before the church hall above them was built. Edgar Allen Poe, Baltimore's founding fathers and four mayors are among those buried here. ...
Baltimore's Johns Hopkins University has long been a lacrosse powerhouse,
so it's natural that its lovely mid town campus is home to a museum celebrating the game's history. There's ample memorabilia including uniforms, trophies, photographs and equipment detailing a ...
Book a personalized charter for yourself, and enjoy a sailing
trip on this beauty. What better place to host an event for up to twenty, than at the bay! These people also offer a B&B accommodation, the only difference ...