1631 Thames Street Baltimore, MD 21231 +1 410 522 7909
This small gallery, located in the heart of the historic Fells Point neighborhood, is filled floor-to-ceiling with a blend of mass-produced, machine-made items and original pieces crafted by local artists. Angeline's Art Gallery is a popular place for tourists to pick up a piece of Charm City. The prices are reasonable and the selection is amazing. From a stuffed pink flamingo to original paintings and sketches of the this charming waterfront area, you'll find it all here. Call for opening hours.
113 South Broadway Baltimore, MD 21231 +1 410 675 3535
The Baltimore American Indian Center provides educational opportunities for youths who would like to learn about Native American culture. View Native American art and learn to make moccasins and jewelry, or take classes in Native American dancing and drumming. The center is housed in a three-story building and also offers social services for the city's large Native American population, which includes about 6,000 Lumbee. Each year, thousands of people attend the center's three-day powwow, which is usually held on a local college campus.
812 South Ann Street Baltimore, MD 21231 +1 410 675 6750
This handsome brick row home is Baltimore's oldest residence. Restored by the Society for the Preservation of Federal Hill and Fells Point, it is filled with period furnishings and illustrates what life was like for the shipping merchants who lived in Baltimore before the American Revolution. A small garden features herb plants the type that would have been found in Colonial gardens. It is free and open to the public. The house is open for tours daily; call for more details.
1716 Thames Street Baltimore, MD 21231 +1 410 327 1272
The Art Gallery of Fells Point, founded in 1980, is a nonprofit artists' cooperative. The storefront venue offers a place for local artists to display their work. The exhibits change each month and usually feature paintings in various mediums, as well as drawings and the occasional jewelry or pottery piece. Many of the items are offered for sale. The gallery also has a permanent collection of matted paintings and prints, as well as handcrafted cards and paper.
812 South Ann Street Baltimore, MD 21231 +1 410 675 6750
Located along the Baltimore Harbor on the Patapsco River, Fell's Point is a charming and historic waterfront neighborhood. Famous for its maritime past and seafarer folk, this area has transformed into an entertainment and dining destination. With local boutiques, restaurants, pubs and coffeehouses doting the cobblestoned streets, this charming neighborhood sees a large influx of visitors on the weekends. Perfect for taking in the sights, scents and sounds of the historic side of Baltimore.
844 East Pratt Street Baltimore, MD 21202 +1 410 837 1793
Visitors to the Flag House are given a personal tour of the 18th-century home where Mary Young Pickersgill sewed the Star Spangled Banner in the summer of 1813. During the 45-minute tour, tourists will learn about the making of the Star Spangled Banner. Tour-takers also have the opportunity to visit the adjacent 1812 Museum, which features exhibits and artifacts from the War of 1812.
830 East Pratt Street Baltimore Baltimore, MD 21202 +1 443 263 1800
Discover Maryland's rich African-American legacy at this fantastic museum named after Reginald F. Lewis, an illustrious Baltimore businessman. Through its numerous exhibits, the museum tells the story of the earliest African-American influences on state's culture and how it has progressed since. Permanent exhibits at the museum include the Things Hold, Lines Connect Gallery, the Building America Gallery as well as the Strength Of The Mind Gallery, that cover a myriad of topics from the times of slavery to contributions by leading figures. Tours of the facility are available. Check website for more.
2935 O'Donnell Street Baltimore, MD 21224 +1 410 342 6176
Canton Gallery, in the heart of Baltimore's Canton neighborhood, displays and sells contemporary work by mid-career artists. You'll find original works and prints, from Arthur Hazelwood's woodcut prints to Chrissy Maxwell's painted screens. The exhibit space also features acrylic and oil paintings, and other forms of representational work. If you like what you see, but can't find exactly what you're looking for, some artists will accept commissions. This gallery also specializes in top-quality custom frames. If you are planning a visit on Sunday or Monday, call in advance.
O'Donnell Street Baltimore, MD 21224 +1 410 659 7300(Tourist Information)
O'Donnell Square is a good spot to head to, if you want to eat some scrumptious food at one or more of the scrumptious restaurants on the side-walk. Located in the historic neighborhood, this grassland, was named so, after Captain John O'Donnell who founded the Canton area as a plantation site in the latter part of 1700s. O'Donnell Square is also called as a park by the locals and acts as part of major crossing of the vicinity. Alternatively, you could shop at the varied outlets on either side of the square.
901 South Bond Street Suite 100 Baltimore, MD 21231 +1 410 342 6960
If you're looking to treat your friends and associates to a special outing, head straight to the Black Eyed Susan. This 111.5 feet long, 28 feet wide riverboat can accommodate a party of 150. Play the perfect host by taking advantage of the various menus, and amenities like the salon, bar and dining room. The captain can be ordained to perform the role of a priest, if a wedding is being planned on board. Members of the public can go for a cruise on the first and third Saturday of each month, from May to October and on certain other days of the year.
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