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About Baltimore

Economically, geographically and culturally, Baltimore is an amalgam. One of early America's busiest seaports, it was also home to the country's first important railroad terminal and was a leading manufacturing center, renowned for shipbuilding as well as airplane production.

Baltimore's air of acceptance inspired waves of Polish, German, Irish, Italian, Greek and other immigrants. The various enclaves these newcomers established made Baltimore a collection of diverse neighborhoods.

Inner Harbor

Any tour of Baltimore should start with the Inner Harbor. For years the area was at the heart of Baltimore's port facilities. As the city's shipping business declined in the post-war years, the Inner Harbor did too. By the mid-1970s, it was a long stretch of dilapidated docks and abandoned warehouses, but the end of the 1970s saw the start of a concerted effort to revitalize Baltimore. A key part of the plan was the creation of Harborplace, a three-acre retail and entertainment complex that anchors the Inner Harbor. Today, the Inner Harbor's attractions include the Maryland Science Center, the National Aquarium, Oriole Park at Camden Yards, the U.S.S. Constellation, and the Pier Six Concert Pavilion. In addition, there are a number of excellent hotels, including the four-star Harbor Court, many fine restaurants, such as Obrycki's crab house, and two very busy marinas. The Inner Harbor's renovation was vital to Baltimore's renaissance, and it remains the key draw of the city's approximately $625 million-a-year tourist industry.

Downtown

In 1729, about 60 years after the first colonists settled in the area, Charles and Baltimore streets were built. Today, the intersection of these two roads is at the heart of Baltimore's business district, where you'll find the city's financial and banking institutions, international trade organizations, medical research companies, as well as law, engineering and architectural firms. A grid of roughly 25 blocks, the business district is easy to navigate and is within walking distance of most of the downtown hotels.

To the North

Walk up Charles Street about 10 blocks and you'll find Mount Vernon, one of the city's loveliest neighborhoods. Its chief feature is a park of shrub-lined lawns and flowerbeds, laid out in the form of a cross. The 178-foot tall monument to George Washington stands at the park's center. Mount Vernon is also home to the Peabody Institute, the Walters Art Gallery, the Enoch Pratt Free Library and several excellent restaurants, including The Brass Elephant and Tio Pepe.

Just above Mount Vernon is Bolton Hill. Known as the "Gin Belt" during the 1920s, this area was home to the city's Jazz Age bohemian community. F. Scott Fitzgerald made his home here for a while, and Tender is the Night was published during his stay. Today, the area is home to the Maryland Institute College of Art, Meyerhoff Symphony Hall and the University of Baltimore.

Still farther up Charles Street lies well-groomed Charles Village, home of Johns Hopkins University. Just next door is Hampden, a funky blue-collar/alternative district made famous by independent film director John Waters. Continue north, and you'll find Guilford, which features Mount Washington, a quiet, tree-lined neighborhood with lots of great restaurants, like The Desert Café.

To the South

Just south of downtown is Federal Hill. One of the most popular residential areas in the city, its streets are lined with stately 19th century row homes, and peppered with great restaurants like The One World Café. The neighborhood is also home to the Cross Street Market, where a variety of vendors sell a vast array of fresh and prepared food items, and the American Visionary Art Museum.

To the East

Immediately east of downtown is Little Italy, one of the city's most cherished neighborhoods. Settled in the 1840s by Italian immigrants seeking work on the city's railroads, the area is now known for its many restaurants. At last count, the 12 square blocks of Little Italy had 20 restaurants, from old favorites like Sabatino's to newcomers like Aldo's.

Just past Little Italy is Fells Point. This was once the chief Colonial shipbuilding center, where frigates known as Baltimore Clippers were launched. Today Fells Point is known for its craft and antique shops, restaurants, bars and coffeehouses. During the weekend the neighborhood is jammed with college-age revelers who flock to the many party-oriented dance clubs. Young urban professionals enjoy dining at restaurants Bertha's and Ding How, and listening to live music at places like The Full Moon Saloon.

Just above Fells Point is Butcher's Hill, an area once home to dozens of butchers who sold their wares at Fells Point's Broadway Market, and farther north is Old Town, a neighborhood settled by German and Irish immigrants in the early 1800s.

Just to the east lies Canton. Originally an industrial area populated by Welsh, German, Polish and Irish immigrants, Canton today is a lively residential area known for its friendly eateries like Nacho Mama's and upscale bars like The Gin Mill. To the north of Canton is Greek Town, a quiet residential neighborhood famous for its restaurants, Ikaros foremost among them.

To the West

A quick trip west from the Inner Harbor will take you into Pigtown, originally an area of stockyards manned by German and Irish immigrants. It's now a residential neighborhood, filled with classic Baltimore-style rowhomes with marble steps and formstone facades. Pigtown is now home to the B & O Railroad Museum, and the area's most famous son is memorialized at the Babe Ruth Birthplace and Museum.

  • Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine

    2400 East Fort Avenue Baltimore, MD 21230 United States - Phone: +1 410 962 4290
    The sight of the American flag flying over Fort McHenry during the War of 1812 inspired Francis Scott Key to pen the national anthem, the 'Star Spangled Banner'. A replica of that flag waves over the harbor-side port, now a tranquil National Park. The restored barracks hold exhibits of military and historical artifacts and a well-kept trail runs along the water's edge, affording spectacular views of ships entering and leaving the busy harbor. National Park passes are welcome.
  • The Walters Art Museum

    600 North Charles Street Baltimore, MD 21201 United States - Phone: +1 410 547 9000
    East meets West at The Walters. On one hand, its collection spans nearly the entire history of Western art. Its spacious galleries are home to Greek and Roman statuary, Baroque carvings and a large collection of Renaissance paintings. On the other hand, its elegant Hackerman House wing holds one of the largest collections of traditional Asian art in the United States.
  • National Aquarium in Baltimore

    501 East Pratt Street Baltimore, MD 21202 United States - Phone: +1 410 576 3800
    This aquarium is perhaps the greatest attraction in Baltimore's celebrated Inner Harbor. The exhibits start small with samples of marine life from local waters, but visitors soon find themselves eye-to-eye with sharks, rays and other very large creatures. The simulated rainforest ecosystem is truly awe-inspiring. The regularly scheduled dolphin shows are very popular, especially with children.
  • Babe Ruth Birthplace & Museum

    216 Emory Street Baltimore, MD 21230 United States - Phone: +1 410 727 1539
    Babe Ruth is so much a part of New York Yankees lore, people forget that he was born, raised and introduced to professional baseball in Baltimore. This museum celebrates the Babe's Baltimore roots, displaying his boyhood bat, the score card from his first professional game. Artifacts from his father's saloon, which stood where Oriole Park is today, are also on display. The museum is also the official repository of Orioles team memorabilia.
  • USS Constellation

    301 East Pratt Street Baltimore, MD 21202 United States - Phone: +1 410 539 1797
    Commissioned in 1855, the USS Constellation was the last all-sail ship built by the United States Navy. Today, the historic vessel lies at anchor in Baltimore's Inner Harbor, where visitors can climb aboard and learn about the ship's history, including its mission to disrupt the slave trade and its latter role in delivering famine relief supplies to Ireland.
  • American Visionary Art Museum

    800 Key Highway Baltimore, MD 21230 United States - Phone: +1 410 244 1900
    'Visionary' is a term used to describe art that is created by people who use ordinary media to express their own intensely personal ideas about life. This museum has assembled a wonderful collection of this very Visionary art. Since Visionary artists generally lack formal training, and work outside of established art traditions, their works are as bold, innovative and inspirational as the visions that spawned them. Children under four years of age and under are free.
  • Jewish Museum of Maryland

    15 Lloyd Street Baltimore, MD 21202 United States - Phone: +1 410 732 6400
    This lovely museum is dedicated to preserving Maryland's Jewish heritage. Rotating exhibits provide a fascinating look at important historical events, as well as glimpses of day-to-day Jewish life. Past exhibits have focused on everything from the synagogues that grace Baltimore's neighborhoods to the 'Tchotchkes' that decorate ordinary Jewish homes. The museum also offers genealogical consultations by appointment, a well-stocked book store and a museum shop.
  • Lacrosse Hall of Fame Museum

    113 West University Parkway Baltimore, MD 21210 United States - Phone: +1 410 235 6882
    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 history that spans more than 350 years. Exhibits are updated frequently to acknowledge current star players and teams, and the latest championship games are re-played on a big-screen television.
  • Maryland Zoo in Baltimore

    Druid Hill Park Baltimore, MD 21217 United States - Phone: +1 410 396 7102
    Nestled in one of the city's most picturesque parks, this zoo is home to more than 2,250 animals. Although the zoo boasts contemporary exhibits where lions, giraffes and elephants roam freely, remnants of the Victorian era remain. Some mammals are housed in large barred cages that were built a century ago. The Maryland wilderness exhibit, where visitors explore a cave populated by timber rattlesnakes and walk under swimming river otters, is very popular, as is the children's barnyard.
  • World Trade Center

    401 East Pratt Street Baltimore, MD 21202 United States - Phone: +1 410 837 8439
    Baltimore's World Trade Center - the world's tallest pentagonal building - is a must-see for anyone visiting Charm City. That's because the 27th-floor observation deck "Top of the World" - offers panoramic views of the Inner Harbor and Baltimore's historic waterfront neighborhoods. It's a great place to get a sense of the city. The observation level also contains exhibits about Baltimore and its economic renaissance.
  • Washington Monument

    699 North Charles Street Baltimore, MD 21201 United States - Phone: +1 410 396 1049
    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).
  • Baltimore Basilica

    409 Cathedral Street Baltimore, MD 21201 United States - Phone: +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.
  • Enoch Pratt Free Library

    400 Cathedral Street Baltimore, MD 21201 United States - Phone: +1 410 396 5430
    The works of H.L. Mencken, the sage of Baltimore and Edgar Allan Poe, another writer often associated with the city, can be explored at this library. In fact, two rooms are devoted to their writings and their lives. One of the largest libraries in the county, the Enoch Pratt also serves as a State Library Resource Center, which provides all Maryland libraries with access to state and federal government documents and other materials. The library has an impressive collection of books about Baltimore, Maryland and the region.
  • Ed Kane's Water Taxis

    1735 Lancaster Street Baltimore, MD 21202 United States - Phone: +1 410 563 3901
    This unique water transportation system allows visitors and residents to avoid long walks from point to point, but also the traffic congestion along Pratt Street and the roads hugging the harbor. The Baltimore Water Taxi has 17 stops scattered along the waterfront, from Little Italy to Fell's Point. See their website for further information.
  • Oriole Park At Camden Yards

    333 West Camden Street Baltimore, MD 21201 United States - Phone: +1 888 848 2473
    Opened in 1992, this baseball stadium incorporates the old Baltimore & Ohio RR Warehouse building into its asymmetrical design. The home plate and right field foul pole came from the old Memorial Stadium, former home of the Orioles. Ninety-minute tours are given on weekday mornings as long as there isn't an afternoon game. If the O's are in town be sure to grab a ticket, as seeing a game here is a real treat!
  • Carroll County Farm Museum

    500 South Center Street Westminster, MD 21157 United States - Phone: +1 410 386 3880
    Life on a 19th-century farm is depicted at this bucolic 140-acre property just outside Westminster. The buildings include a restored farmhouse, where tours are given by costumed guides, a barn, general store, a veterinary surgeon's office, quilting room and other outbuildings. Carroll County Farm Museum displays antique tractors, farm machinery and other equipment. Artisans demonstrate 19th-century skills. A pond and farm animals add to the "farm" experience.
  • Pride of Baltimore II

    401 East Pratt Street Baltimore, MD 21202 United States - Phone: +1 410 539 1151
    Maryland's goodwill ambassador to the world was modeled after the Baltimore clippers, the topsail schooners that helped America win the War of 1812. Since its launch in 1988, the 173-foot vessel has represented Maryland in 44 countries. The Pride has sailed more than 180,000 miles and played host to some 500,000 visitors. If you're lucky enough to be in Baltimore when the Pride is in port, take a tour of the vessel or stay on board overnight and sail with the crew.
  • Historic Ships in Baltimore

    301 East Pratt Street Baltimore, MD 21202 United States - Phone: +1 410 539 1797
    The historic vessels and landmarks of this museum bring to life the history of American naval power. The US Coast Guard Cutter Taney (surviving warship in Pearl Harbor), USS Torsk (fired last two torpedoes in World War II), the lightship Chesapeake (served as floating lighthouse for 40 years) and the Seven Foot Knoll Lighthouse (helped sailors navigate Chesapeake Bay for more than 100 years) all played a vital and heroic role in US military war and peacekeeping. Special student programs are also available at Historic Ships in Baltimore.
  • Holocaust Memorial

    Gay Street and Water Street Baltimore, MD 21202 United States - Phone: +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.
  • Homewood House Museum

    3400 North Charles Street Baltimore, MD 21218 United States - Phone: +1 410 516 5589
    This stately mansion was built in 1801 by Charles Carroll Jr., whose father signed the Declaration of Independence. Today, the home is a National Historic Landmark. The home is a sight to behold, with delicate moldings and period furnishings that date to the 18th and 19th centuries. Visitors will be delighted to learn that some of the pieces are original to the home.
  • Jewish Community Center of Baltimore

    5700 Park Heights Avenue Baltimore, MD 21215 United States - Phone: +1 410 542 4900
    This community center is the heart of Baltimore's Jewish community, offering an array of programs and recreational activities for people of all ages. For decades, the center has been providing space for classes for everything from ceramics to Yiddish literature. The center also features a gallery, where art depicting Jewish life takes center stage (some of the artwork is on loan from Israel). JCC also offers baby-sitting services and parenting courses.
  • Mother Seton House

    600 North Paca Street Baltimore, MD 21201 United States - Phone: +1 410 523 3443
    This historic home was labeled as a historic site in 1973. Elizabeth Ann Seton, the original owner of the home, was the first American-born woman to be canonized by the Catholic Church. She founded the first order of nuns in the United States in the 19th century and was also responsible for founding one of the nation's first parochial schools in Baltimore. The house was named a historical site after nine years of renovations starting in 1963. Furniture and artifacts from the 19th century are still displayed in the home, which is open to the public on weekends and by appointment.
  • Robert Long House

    812 South Ann Street Baltimore, MD 21231 United States - Phone: +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. 
  • Johns Hopkins University

    3400 North Charles Street Baltimore, MD 21218 United States - Phone: +1 410 516 8000
    World renowned as a leading research and teaching institution in medicine and engineering, Johns Hopkins dates to 1876. The university currently has eight academic divisions and a student body of more than 16,000. Since 1902, its headquarters has been the 140-acre Homewood Campus in Charles Village. Campus attractions include Homewood House, a historic architectural landmark (+1 410 516 5589); Theater Hopkins, which has been staging fine productions since 1921 (+1 410 516 5589); and Blue Jay lacrosse, a perennial Baltimore sports favorite (+1 410 516 7490).
  • Top of the World Observation Level & Museum

    401 East Pratt Street Baltimore, MD 21202 United States - Phone: +1 410 837 8439
    This observation area, on the 27th floor of the World Trade Center, offers panoramic views of the Baltimore Harbor. There is also a museum that displays artifacts from Baltimore's past and a gift shop featuring the famous Maryland crab. Although school groups and tours are invited to schedule an appointment to experience the Top of the World Observation Level, the space may not be reserved for private functions.
  • Annapolis City Dock

    1 Dock Street Annapolis, MD 21401 United States - Phone: +1 410 263 7973
    As capital of Maryland, Annapolis is a busy city and its city dock is always buzzing with activity. Known for it's sailing activities and sea based culture, the city dock shows off the best of Annapolis. Awarded for its eco-friendliness, its easy to see that the people of Annapolis love their heritage and aim to preserve it always. The city dock is one of the most noted tourist spots, where visitors like to stroll by the waterfront, enjoy a meal or watch as the boats pass by.
  • Conservatory at Druid Hill Park

    Swann Drive and Reisterstown Road Baltimore, MD 21217 United States - Phone: +1 410 396 3835
    The intriguing, odd-shaped glass building at the entrance to Baltimore's lovely Druid Hill Park is The Conservatory. The Victorian-era building has grown from its original 1888 Palm House to include four greenhouses and outdoor gardens. The Conservatory continually showcases plants from around the globe and offers special seasonal floral displays. The Conservatory offers a nice respite from a busy and probably noisy day at the nearby Baltimore Zoo, also located in Druid Hill Park.
  • Cylburn Arboretum

    4915 Greenspring Avenue Baltimore, MD 21209 United States - Phone: +1 410 367 2217

    This 173-acre (70 hectares) woodland park in the heart of Baltimore offers nature lovers a respite from the noise and congestion of the city. Formerly an estate, the home and grounds are open to visitors today and include a horticultural reference library, a bird and nature museum and a gift shop. The grounds include formal and woodland gardens and trails. Throughout the year, symposiums, workshops and exhibits on a variety of horticultural-related subjects are held.

  • National Historic Seaport of Baltimore

    717 Eastern Avenue Baltimore, MD 21202 United States - Phone: +1 410 783 1490
    This historic seaport rings the Baltimore harbor and includes attractions and sailing vessels that chronicle the city's 300-year maritime past. You can explore this history by walking the streets of waterfront communities or the decks of famous ships. The seaport consists of 16 sites, including the USS Constellation, the only surviving Civil War-era vessel afloat the Seven-Foot Knoll Lighthouse, U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Taney, Fort McHenry, historic Fells Point, Federal Hill and the Baltimore Museum of Industry.
  • Chesapeake Wine Company

    2400 Boston Street Baltimore, MD 21224 United States - Phone: +1 410 522 4556
    Housed in the renovated American Can Co., the Chesapeake Wine Co. offers tastings every Tuesday beginning at 7p. Each tasting features about eight wines that share a common theme, accompanied by bread and cheese. On occasion, a local restaurant will offer food. After the tasting, you can buy the wines that were featured at discounted prices. Chesapeake also offers the chance to learn about your favorite wine. During each class, students taste six to eight wines and hear about their history. Reservations are required.
  • Canton Waterfront Park

    3001 Boston Street Baltimore, MD 21224 United States - Phone: +1 410 396 7931
    This small, quiet, waterside park will never rival the Inner Harbor as a tourist attraction, but some consider this a bit of good fortune—especially those tourists (and locals) who discover it for themselves. What they find is an eight-block-or-so stretch of brick walkway, bordered on one side by a thin field of tree-lined grass and on the other by a sea-wall and the harbor. Sailboats, freighters, and tugs glide by. People fish, frolic, and picnic. Sit on the dock, enjoy the sea breeze and relax.
  • Emerson Bromo-Seltzer Tower

    312 West Lombard Street and South Eutaw Street Baltimore, MD 21201 United States - Phone: +1 410 752 8632
    Completed in 1911, the Emerson Bromo Seltzer tower was built by Captain Isaac Emerson. The 15-story structure, a replica of te Palazzo Vecchio tower in Florence, Italy, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Until 1936, a 51-foot replica of the famed blue bottle revolved on top of the building, illuminated by 596 lights. Today, a blue glow emenates from the tower's cupola and the structure's four clock faces are illuminated at all times, allowing passersby to see the Bromo Seltzer letters that mark the time.
  • Evergreen Museum & Library

    4545 North Charles Street Baltimore, MD 21210 United States - Phone: +1 410 516 0341
    Johns Hopkins University owns and operates this 48-room, 1850s Italianate mansion decorated with post-Impressionist paintings and sculptures, rare books, Tiffany glass and chandeliers, Chinese porcelains, Japanese netsuke and 17th-century Belgian tapestries. The impressive home contains Baltimore's only private theater designed by Leon Bakst, who is best known for Ballet Russes sets. Call for information on lectures, sculpture shows and other activities. Guided one-hour tours are offered on the hour. Closed major holidays.
  • Leone Riverside Park

    301 East Randall Street Baltimore, MD 21230 United States - Phone: +1 410 396 8059
    This small park, just south of the Inner Harbor, offers a gigantic, well-kept public swimming pool, where neighborhood children swim for a dollar a day during July and August. There are plenty of benches, and a small gazebo offers a shady spot for a picnic lunch. Other sporting facilities include basketball courts, and two ballfields. In 2008 this park was named one of Baltimore's historical landmarks.
  • Robert E. Lee Memorial Park

    2600 Madison Avenue Baltimore, MD 21217 United States - Phone: +1 410 396 7931
    This large piece of wilderness (over 450 acres) offers miles of trails for hiking and jogging. One of the main trails circumscribes Lake Roland, which was once one of the city's main reservoirs. Other trails reach back into densely forested areas, some taking you over scenic footbridges and others through small tunnels. The only caveat is that the park is a popular destination for dog walkers, and the less rugged trails are often crowded. Otherwise, it's a great urban escape.
  • Westminster Hall

    519 West Fayette Street Baltimore, MD 21201 United States - Phone: +1 410 706 2072
    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. In the mid-1800s, a swelling population prompted construction of Westminster Hall. To avoid disturbing the graves, the building was set on a series of brick piers over the tombs, creating catacombs. The meeting hall at Westminster can accommodate and audience of 350 seated for lecture meetings and 250 when used for round table discussions. The hall opens on weekdays at 8am.
  • Peabody Institute of The Johns Hopkins University

    1 East Mount Vernon Place Baltimore, MD 21202 United States - Phone: +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.
  • Federal Hill Park

    300 Warren Avenue Baltimore, MD 21230 United States - Phone: +1 410 396 7900(City Park Council)
    Federal Hill Park is a pristine park offering spectacular views of the Inner Harbor and a wonderful, fenced-in play area for the kids, complete with slides, a sandbox and monkey bars. Dogs are also welcome. While you're visiting the park, take a moment to learn about one of Baltimore's most prominent citizens. A monument details the life of Major General Samuel Smith, who helped defeat the British attack on Baltimore during the War of 1812. He went on to become a Congressman, then president of the Senate and, finally, mayor of Baltimore.
  • Dr. Samuel Mudd House

    3725 Dr. Samuel Mudd Road Waldorf, MD 20601 United States - Phone: +1 301 274 9358
    After John Wilkes Booth assassinated Abraham Lincoln at Ford's Theater, he fled to Maryland. Suffering from a broken leg, Booth stopped at this doctor's home in Charles County. Dr. Mudd, unaware of whom his patient was and that Lincoln had been shot, proceeded to set the broken leg. Booth then proceeded to Garrett's Farm where he was caught. Dr. Mudd was arrested, but was later pardoned by President Johnson in 1869. He returned to his practice here at this farm.
  • St. Alphonsus Church

    114 West Saratoga Street Baltimore, MD 21201 United States - Phone: +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.
  • Harbor East

    720 Aliceanna Street Baltimore, MD 21202 United States - Phone: +1 410 752 9331
    Located on Baltimore's waterfront, Harbor East is a popular cultural locale and tourist destination featuring the best in shopping, dining and more. Specialty stores such as Whole Food Market and Bin 604 as well as local boutiques draw crowds throughout the week. Many restaurants boast picturesque views of the harbor and upscale facilities include Grille 700, James Joyce Irish Pub and Fleming's Prime Steakhouse and Wine Bar. Whether it's a stroll along the waterfront or in-route to popular attractions, this district is not to be missed.
  • St. Jude Shrine

    512 West Saratoga Street Baltimore, MD 21201 United States - Phone: +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.
  • Sail Baltimore

    3720 Dillon Street, 2nd Floor Baltimore, MD 21224 United States - Phone: +1 410 522 7300
    If you are interested in international sea vessels, Sail Baltimore is the perfect excursion for you. Sail Baltimore is an annual program that has brought over 400 international ships to the city, including tall ships, naval battleships, and sea vessels of historic, environmental and educational interest. They also host various maritime events throughout the year which are free. See the website for current events and schedule.
  • Brown Memorial Park Avenue Presbyterian Church

    1316 Park Avenue Baltimore, MD 21217 United States - Phone: +1 410 523 1542
    This beautiful church is named after George Brown, a local merchant. In 1869, his widow donated the money for the church's construction. Over a hundred years later, the congregation is more active than ever. The Brown Memorial Park Avenue Presbyterian Church is committed to its members of all ethnicities, viewpoints and ages and is also dedicated to making a positive impact on the City of Baltimore.
  • Greek Orthodox Cathedral of the Annunciation

    24 West Preston Street Baltimore, MD 21201 United States - Phone: +1 410 727 1831
    This grand looking church has a large congregation and is a parish of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America. Stop by just to awe at the architecture or step inside to see the inspiring artwork.
  • Project Liberty Ship

    2020 South Clinton Street Baltimore, MD 21224 United States - Phone: +1 410 558 0646
    Project Liberty Ship is a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving the World War II S.S. John W. Brown Liberty ship. As a historic museum, the ship is open for tours, exhibitions and social functions. The John W. Brown is one of only two operating Liberty ships from a fleet of 2710. Arrangements must be made by phone first.
  • Baltimore Yacht Charters

    801 Lancaster Street Baltimore, MD 21202 United States - Phone: +1 410 837 9100
    If you are in the mood for some adventure, then book a cruise on the 75 foot Royal Blue yacht. Host your engagement party or your wedding reception here—the Baltimore Yacht Charters (the agents for the Royal Blue) have special provisions for that. If you just want to chill out with your friends or business partners, you will find a variety of plans to suit your budget. Arranging for a cruise on a Friday, Saturday or a holiday is more expensive. Dockside rates are comparably cheaper. The agents will provide for the beverages and the food. So sit back, let your hair loose, and enjoy the view of the city from the sea.
  • Harbor Cruises

    561 Light Street Baltimore, MD 21202 United States - Phone: +1 410 727 3113
    Eating on the move acquires a different meaning when you board any of the yachts of the Harbor Cruises. Grab a few bites as Prince Charming, Bay Lady and Lady Baltimore welcome you aboard. The rates are reasonable, the food is splendid and you're encouraged to drink—after all that's a sea farer's prerogative! Special events are planned all throughout the year. For instance, you can charm your better half aboard the Bay Lady or the Lady Baltimore on a Valentine Dinner Cruise in February. You can simply walk in with a friend during the non-peak days. However, it is recommended that you book in advance if you're arriving with a large group during summer. You can do a group booking or a private charter booking, preferably reserving a few months in advance for special days.
  • Linganore Winecellars - Berrywine Plantations

    13601 Glissans Mill Road Mount Airy, MD 21771 United States - Phone: +1 410 795 6432
    Making wine and hosting events is a way of life for the folks at Linganore Winecellars. Located on the 230 acre Berrywine Plantations, this is a perfect place for holding music festivals and wine tasting promotions. Enjoy yourself on the wine tasting tours that offer yummy fruit, honey and grape wines. Listen to great music like reggae and jazz or watch various craftsmen and entertainers at the different festivals. Buy gift cards, t-shirts with zany messages and glasses before you leave.
  • Carroll Mansion

    800 East Lombard Street Baltimore, MD 21202 United States - Phone: +1 410 605 2964
    The Carroll Mansion is worth a visit, if you're fascinated with history. The mansion was home to Richard Caton, whose father-in-law was Charles Carroll, one of the signatories of the American Declaration of Independence. After his death, the mansion went through a series of contrasting events - from days of splendor to days of poverty. Step in to see traces of both the culturally rich days of the 18th century and its gradual decline in the 19th century. Today the mansion hosts corporate and private events, and is also available for tours.
  • Clipper City of Baltimore

    803 Light Street Baltimore, MD 21230 United States - Phone: +1 410 539 6700
    Get set for a nautical adventure as you step into the Clipper City Ship and depend on the winds to set your destination for the day. The capacity of the ship is 140, so it makes for a great venue to host events. Private and corporate sails usually last from three to four hours. The journey begins from the Baltimore Inner Harbor through the Chesapeake Bay and further. Clipper City departs from Baltimore from April through October. Annapolis, St. Michaels and Havre de Grace are also starting points at various times during the year. Daily sails start at Harbor Place and last for around two hours. Don't worry about food and beverages, as that is taken care of on board. Check the site for weekly events and rates.
  • Hampton National Historic Site

    535 Hampton Lane Towson, MD 21286 United States - Phone: +1 410 823 1309
    Towards the north of the Hampton lane, you'll find a beautiful mansion located on the Hampton National Historic site. Visit the mansion to marvel at ancient paintings and antique furniture. The mansion has been installed with fire containment equipment, for which it is closed for an unspecified period of time. However, the farmhouse is open daily and that's exactly where you've got to head for any of the presentations held here. This is also where the Second Sunday program series takes place. On your way out, you can also make a trip to the Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine, located just twelve miles away.
  • Mystic Whaler Cruises

    100 Light Street Baltimore, MD 21230 United States - Phone: +1 410 659 7300
    Mystic Whaler, which was built in 1967, underwent a touch up in 1993 and was fitted with the best navigational equipment. Spend a day or three beautiful days under its pretty white sails, cruising along the blue waters of the Thames River. Watch the beautiful structures of the Fort Griswold, Fort Thrumbull and the Ledge Lighthouse as you slide over the waters. Food doesn't take a back seat—the meals served are delicious! Enjoy these scenic views and the cool breeze under the sober sun—cruises run right from late September until mid October. Advance booking is advisable as it accommodates only 34 people.
  • Entertainer Yacht Charters

    222 Severn Avenue Rosedale, MD 21237 United States - Phone: +1 866 263 5222
    If you're looking for a fun filled evening, head here. You can throw a birthday party, have a bash, or exchange your vows on this glorious yacht, which can accommodate 22-49 people. Feast on the Hors d'Oeuvres or treat your guests to desserts when you're in celebration mode. Raise a toast to your friends, taking your drinks from the bar or enjoy a rich cup of coffee. Chat away while watching the Naval Academy or the waterfront of the Severn River. Inquire about the special events, especially the July 4 celebrations. Wear your seafaring boots in luxury and style!
  • National Katyn Memorial Foundation

    131 South Potomac Street Baltimore, MD 21224 United States - Phone: +1 410 206 2850
    Located at the roundabout on Felicia Street, the venue pays respect to all the victims of the Soviet communist rule. One example is the massacre of 15,400 Polish officers by the Soviet Secret Police in 1940 in the Katyn forest. The memorial displays photographs of officers and other Polish martyrs who embraced death instead of mercy at the hands of Stalin. A white eagle, on the left hand corner, emerging from the flames symbolizes the country's rebirth. The memorial aims at reminding people about the atrocities of war so that it never happens again.
  • Nautical Destinations

    105 Eastern Avenue Annapolis, MD 21403 United States - Phone: +1 410 269 4213
    Formed by Nancy and Lynne in 1995, Nautical Destinations takes advantage of the pretty seaport of Annapolis and brings to us a service to help us experience the same. Beautiful yachts can be chartered - sailboats, motorboats and customized yachts are available. The group acts as a broker and helps the clients by picking a vessel that perfectly matches their requirements. Games, team races, sailing lessons and other fun filled events are held in the background of the waters in Baltimore, Annapolis and along the eastern shore. Come along and let your next event theme be nautical!
  • Irish Shrine & Railroad Workers Museum

    920 Lemmon Street Baltimore, MD 21223 United States - Phone: +1 410 669 8154
    In the late 1840's, a large number of Irish people migrated to Baltimore, to escape the Great Famine and this site commemorates their arrival and presence in the city. Come by to see where these immigrants lived and worked. Get a sneak peek into their lives through the five alley houses at the site, and visit B&O Railroad, where they worked. All these places are located at the same historical district. If your curiosity, about the immigrants, isn't satisfied, then visit other sites nearby like the Hollins Street Market and the Apostle Church and Cemetery.
  • Phoenix Shot Tower

    801 East Lombard Street Baltimore, MD 21202 United States - Phone: +1 410 605 2964
    Located in the historic Jonestown, the 234 feet tall brick tower was, at one time the tallest structure in the country. The tower was designed by Jacob Wolfe and was functional between 1828 and 1892. It was used to make shot balls of lead, which were required in firearms. In 1972, it was declared as a national historic landmark. Come and have a look at this interesting structure, the walls of which are 4.5 feet thick!
  • Sailing Ketch Pintita

    Fell's Point Baltimore, MD 21212 United States - Phone: +1 410 435 2078
    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 is that the former 'B' is replaced by 'boat', so take the pleasure of Boat and Breakfast at the Pintita. Check in before six in the evening, and check out by 10 in the morning. Enjoy the bliss of sailing in the night, under the starry sky and wake up in the morning to the sweet aroma of freshly prepared breakfast and the sea breeze at 9am. What's more, you can also take a sail training cruise if you are nautically inclined.
  • Pintail Yachts

    312 Third Street Annapolis, MD 21403 United States - Phone: +1 410 626 1888
    If a memorable event in the Chesapeake Bay area is what you are planning, then what better venue than a cruise boat! Whether it is a corporate event or a private party, Pintail is there to take care of all the arrangements. The two yachts are fully covered and so there is nothing to worry about on a bad weather day. Just decide on the food menu and decorations, if necessary they can help in the planning too! The rates vary, depending on the number of guests and days. Do check their various specialty cruises. You might find what you are looking for. How about a wedding on the cruise! Check out the website for rates and timings.
  • St. Lukes at Franklin Square

    217 North Carey Street Baltimore, MD 21223 United States - Phone: +1 410 523 6272
    At the behest of the Ecclesiological Society, St. Lukes Church was established in the year 1857. You'll find the influence of Gothic architecture in the structure, as the society believed that worship was conducive only in such an environment. The first service began in November 1853. Since then this place has continued to be the venue for Episcopal meetings. If not, the service people do come to admire the beautiful features such as the tower, lancet and rose windows, buttresses and quatrefoil tracery.
  • Watermark Cruises

    980 Awald Road Annapolis, MD 21403 United States - Phone: +1 410 268 7601
    With a large fleet at its disposal, Watermark Cruises is one of the largest boat-tour operators in the city. Choose between the Annapolitan II, Cabaret II, Catherine Marie, Harbor Queen, Lady Sarah and Miss Anne. Each of the boats is of a different size, and can accommodate between 2 to 250 persons. Hire any of them for your corporate entertainment, birthday, felicitation, wedding, private dinner, engagement, fund raiser, corporate, or anniversary party. The operator offers themes, such as 'Tastes of the Chesapeake', 'Riverboat Jazz', 'Casino Night', 'South of the Border',and 'Caribbean Luau'. Common destinations include Severn River, Baltimore Inner Harbor, and Chesapeake Bay Beach Club. You can also hop into a vessel at the City Dock in Annapolis on a public tour.
  • Zion Church of the City of Baltimore

    400 East Lexington Street Baltimore, MD 21202 United States - Phone: +1 410 727 3939
    Zion Church is a quaint worship place, adorned with pretty stained glass windows. This is one of the few Lutheran churches in the state that still uses the red book for the English service. Services in German have been held since the last 250 years! German language courses are also offered for all levels. Ecumenical Communion is held on the first Wednesday of each month. Various other events like Spring Fest, May Fest and Garten Fest are conducted annually. The garden is supposedly one of the best green spots in the city. The beautiful Adlersaal (hall) can be rented for a private function.
  • St. Vincent de Paul Church

    120 North Front Street Baltimore, MD 21202 United States - Phone: +1 410 962 5078
    Established in the year 1841, this Georgian-style church called St. Vincent de Paul Church attracts the pious as well as the tourists. Its significance lies in the fact that it is the oldest Catholic Church in Baltimore. This neo-classical structure was originally built with red bricks, but then was painted white to give that finished effect. The interiors have been through a series of renovations—the exteriors, however, have remained the same since centuries. Don't forget to tour around after mass hours.
  • Walter Omar Mosque

    3401 West North Avenue Baltimore, MD 21216 United States - Phone: +1 410 945 0413
    The Walter Omar Mosque is a city location for Muslim worship and other services. The mosque has selected time schedules for their daily prayers. Congregations of prayer meetings and celebrations of rituals and festivals are held here. This is a place where people come and bond with each other, and the younger generation gets acquainted with their values and customs.
  • Ad-Dawah Ilat-Tawheed Mosque

    2112 North Charles Street Baltimore, MD 21218 United States - Phone: +1 410 244 0799
    The Ad-Dawah Ilat-Tawheed Mosque known to be the only Salafi Masjid in Baltimore. The mosque strictly follows the Qur'an and the Sunnah of their Prophet Muhammed. They have various activities and special prayers on Fridays. The mosque is equipped with a computer lab to assist the people with the different Islamic programs, writing, reading and recitation. This is a city location for Muslim worship and other services.
  • As-Saffat Mosque

    1335 West North Avenue Baltimore, MD 21217 United States - Phone: +1 410 669 0655
    The As-Saffat Mosque was the first mosque in Maryland to be founded in 1971. This mosque propagates the teachings of the holy Quran and Prophet Muhammad Abdullah. The first Islamic community school was started by this Mosque, and it welcomes everyone to come and visit them. This is a city location for Muslim worship and other services.
  • Ul Haqq Mosque

    514 Islamic Way Baltimore, MD 21217 United States - Phone: +1 410 728 1363
    The Ul Haqq Mosque is located in the downtown area of the city. This mosque follows the teachings of Muhammad Salla Allahu Alayhe Wa Salaam and the Quran. There are clases conducted in Quran, Arabic ans Islamic studies by the mosque weekly. In Ramadaan there are extra night prayers and iftar conducted here.
  • Physical Education Center - Essex Campus of the Community College of Baltimore County

    7201 Rossville Boulevard Baltimore, MD 21237 United States - Phone: +1 443 840 1346
    Sports and athletics at the Community College of Baltimore County is more like a passion. The sophisticated Physical Education Center housed on the Essex Campus is testimony to that. Sprawled across 34,000 square feet (3159 square meters), the center boasts of full-length basketball, volleyball and tennis courts, excellent racquetball facilities, a weight training room, wonderful locker rooms, and outdoor facilities like a baseball stadium, a soccer ground, softball fields and more. The center hosts not only regional and national sporting championships, but also various local cultural events in its beautiful dance studios. The Physical Education Center successfully endeavors to strike a balance between academics and extra-curricular activities for students. Check website for more information.
  • Baltimore Area Convention & Visitors Association

    100 Light Street Baltimore, MD 21202 United States - Phone: +1 410 659 7300
    The Baltimore Area Convention & Visitors Association (BACVA) was established to help tourists learn about attractions and business services in Baltimore. The visitors center is a great place to get information on tours, shopping guides, art galleries and events. Find tickets and brochures, make reservations for lodging or simply access information yourself in the touch-screen kiosks.
  • Tourism Council of Frederick County

    19 East Church Street Frederick, MD 21701 United States - Phone: +1 301 228 2888
    This Tourist Information Center is located on East Church Street. Being an encyclopedia on the county, it takes charge of guiding not just tourists but also locals. Whether you want to just get acquainted with the region or are looking for some lodging option, the knowledgeable staff at this office is always ready with information. So come here to find out about the Catoctin Mountain Park, the National Museum of Civil War Medicine, the shopping areas, the restaurants or any other landmarks.
  • Belair Stable Museum

    2835 Belair Drive Bowie, MD 20715 United States - Phone: +1 301 809 3089
    This museum is steeped in history and it is ready to tell tales whenever you want to listen. It was built by Samuel Ogle in the early 18th century. Later, it underwent expansion and was inherited by the Woodward family. The Woodwards further converted it into a major racing and breeding ground. Presently, it enjoys its status as a museum and boasts of an interesting collection of racing memorabilia, carriages and so on. Call for more information.
  • Belair Mansion

    12207 Tulip Grove Drive Bowie, MD 20715 United States - Phone: +1 301 809 3089
    The Belair Mansion was home to Governor Ogle in the 1700s, and was owned by the Ogle family until 1871. Later it changed hands and was passed onto James Woodward, who added more wings to it. Finally purchased by the City of Bowie, the mansion underwent restoration to regain its original splendor. Presently this pretty edifice is embellished with period furniture and paintings. Most of its rooms are available to hold meetings and private functions.
  • Bowie Railroad Station

    8614 Chestnut Avenue Bowie, MD 20715 United States - Phone: +1 301 809 3089
    Bowie City, a small railroad stop of yesteryear, was originally christened Huntington City. The station, which was the focus of the town, was named after Governor Oden Bowie. Presently a museum, this venue houses an interesting collection of edifices. You will find restored railroad buildings like the waiting shed for passengers, the interlocking tower, the freight building, and the Norfolk and Western caboose from the '20s. Get a glimpse of railroad history in a unique setting.
  • Ladew Topiary Gardens

    3535 Jarrettsville Pike Monkton, MD 21111 United States - Phone: +1 410 557 9466
    Located between Madonna and Jacksonville, the Topiary Gardens are one of the most beatific tourist locations in the state. This 22 acre property was purchased by Harvey Ladew in 1929 and redone completely. There are more than 30 sub gardens housing some 100 huge topiary forms. Giant swans, hounds, horses and fox are some of the shapes to be found in the lush green space. From spring to fall, one can also enjoy the myriad of floral colors out in the open. Check out the fox-hunting memorabilia, several antiques and equestrian equipment from the 1700s. Other architectural details might interest you too, like the moldings, paneling, and so on. A gift shop and a café are located on-site. For information on group tours and more, check the website.
  • Big League Tours

    333 West Camden Street Baltimore, MD 21201 United States - Phone: +1 866 619 1748
    The crack of the bat never sounded so good. If you're an avid baseball fan who's ever dreamed of visiting that historic stadium, or desired to watch that favorite childhood team you never got to see, Big League Tours will set you up with an exclusive baseball package that not only gets you a ticket to the ballgame, but also offers one-of-a-kind baseball opportunities. When you go on a Big League Tour, you might find yourself dining with a Hall of Famer or taking batting practice with an All-Star. With tours available in all 30 stadiums, you can customize your own memorable trip, or join a group on one of Big League Tours regional excursions. Whether your plan is to bond with the family at the ballpark or to spend a weekend with the guys, this unique tour company will provide an unforgettable experience that gets you up close and personal with the Big Leagues.
  • Frederick Douglass-Isaac Myers Maritime Park

    1417 Thames Street Baltimore, MD 21231 United States - Phone: +1 410 685 0295
    The Frederick Douglass-Isaac Myers Museum is situated on the site of the first African-American shipyard in America. Its a national heritage site which chronicles the struggles of Frederick Douglass and Isaac Myers, perhaps Baltimore's most prominent African-American activists. The museum also depicts the rise of the Afro-American community in Baltimore in the 19th century and the rich maritime and ship-building history of Chesapeake Bay. One of the latest cultural landmarks in Baltimore, the Frederick Douglass-Isaac Myers Museum is also well-suited for private and group events.
  • Clifton Park

    2401 North Rose Street Baltimore, MD 21213 United States - Phone: +1 410 396 6101
    Clifton Park was previously a farmland purchased by John Hopkins in 1853. The estate was later converted into a recreational space with activities open to the community. It's 18-hole golf course was the first of its kind in Baltimore. This landscape features the splendid Clifton Mansion, manicured lawns, flourishing woods, as well as clay tennis courts and swimming pools. Despite refurbishment over the years, it retains its original English style and charm. It is, however, the various events hosted here that attract visitors the most.
  • Morgan State University

    1700 East Cold Spring Lane Baltimore, MD 21251 United States - Phone: +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.
  • Loyola College

    4501 North Charles Street Baltimore, MD 21210 United States - Phone: +1 410 617 2000
    Loyola College In Maryland, a Jesuit Catholic University aspires to imbibe in it's students, spirituality along side education and learning. The college has two major branches under its name—College of Arts and Sciences and Sellinger School of Business and Management. Among many student programs that the college runs, it also practices community service program and athletic program. Students can find recreation in Loyola's fitness and aquatic center where several tournaments are held.
  • Mt. Lebanon Baptist Church

    2812-14 Reisterstown Road Baltimore, MD 21215 United States - Phone: +1 410 669 1800
    The Mount Lebanon Baptist Church in Baltimore is one that is really awe-inspiring, in the sense that they will have a ministry catering to you no matter who you are. Their programs range from culinary to youth and education to marketing and the list goes on. The church holds Prayer and Praise sessions which are open to all. Also, the church conducts events like choral recitals and cultural arts events.
  • Turpin-Lamb Theatre

    2201 Argonne Drive Baltimore, MD 21251 United States - Phone: +1 443 885 4440
    The Turpin-Lamb Theatre of the Murphy Fine Arts Center at Morgan State University is the pride and prestige of the students of the University. Developing talent and instilling the love of theater and the arts, this theater is mainly used for student productions and visiting performances besides events and annual performances.
  • University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC)

    1000 Hilltop Circle Baltimore, MD 21250 United States - Phone: +1 410 455 1000
    The University of Maryland Baltimore County is more commonly known as UMBC. It specializes in the natural sciences and engineering, also offering a significant piece of the pie to the liberal arts. The University is supposedly among the top three Ph.D-granting universities in the United States in the production of IT degrees at the undergraduate, master's and doctoral levels. Also home to the Meyerhoff Scholarship Program, which is a program focused on the cultivation of underrepresented minority scholarship and awareness in the math, science and engineering disciplines.
  • Goucher College

    1021 Dulaney Valley Road Baltimore, MD 21204 United States - Phone: +1 410 337 6000
    The Goucher College is by far one of the best educational institutions in Maryland. Being such a prestigious educational institution, over the years, it has moulded and educated students from each and every part of the world. The college offers the best of faculty and believes in giving a hands-on experience to the students. There is a whole list of amenities that the college offers along with excellent accommodation facilities. The enormous conference hall that it encompasses has facilities to host events and conferences for outsiders too. Through the environment-friendly college campus, a study-based atmosphere to suit the students and the 'Green Goucher' and other youth-related organizations, the Goucher college has been preparing students directly for the global world.
  • Walbrook High School

    2000 Edgewood Street Baltimore, MD 21216 United States - Phone: +1 410 396 0721
    Known earlier as the Walbrook Uniform Services Academy, Walbrook High School was founded in 1971. The school not only concentrates on academics but also on the extra curricular activities. The school has a nationally recognized debate team and a basketball team. The Walbrook campus houses a gym and cafeteria.
  • Annapolis Maritime Museum

    723 Second Street Annapolis, MD 21403 United States - Phone: +1 410 295 0104
    Breathe in the salty air of the Chesapeake Bay as you visit The Annapolis Maritime Museum. Committed to preserving and disseminating knowledge of the maritime history of Annapolis, this museum conducts exhibits in the Barge House and the McNasby's Oyster Packing Company building. The museum also conducts tours to the historic Thomas Point Shoal Lighthouse, which is the last of the screw pile lighthouses to be found in the Unites States. Besides education, the museum is a site for great entertainment in the form of the annual summer concert series. The Barge House is also regularly used for lectures, concerts and other educational activities.
  • Baltimore

    West Mulberry Street Baltimore, MD 21201 United States - Phone: +1 410 396 3835 (Tourist Information)
    This busy seaport city is an active economic center of Maryland. The core of the old city lies in the inner harbor which is still a hotspot of business activities. The neighborhoods have a decent list of quality restaurants and hotels that creates the urban vibe. Patapsco River carves out a scenic spectacle through its shores.
  • Sandy Point State Park

    1100 East College Parkway Annapolis, MD 21409 United States - Phone: +1 410 974 2149
    Located along the gorgeous Chesapeake Bay, Sandy Point State Park is a 786 acre (318 hectares) that has been one of the states natural gems since 1952. The scenic water views make it an ideal place for a picnic or leisurely stroll. The soft sandy beaches are packed on hot summer days and make for a great swimming spot, complete with lifeguards. Fishing and crabbing are also allowed from the park's shoreline, however licenses are required. The marina offers 22 launching ramps day-use slips that are on a first-come, first-serve basis.
  • Ft Armistead Park

    Fort Armistead Park Baltimore, MD 21226 United States - Phone: +1 410 396 7900 (City Park Council)
    Located quite some distance away from the city center, the Fort Armistead Park is named in the honor of Major George Armistead, who earned the country’s love after bravely defending Fort McHenry against British assault, which has come to be a prominent event in the country’s history. As a military fort, it was closed in 1928, and was later bought over by the Baltimore City government and operated as a park. The park is, today, a launching point for jet-skies and boats, and thus, a popular destination for visitors as well as locals.
  • National Harbor Marina

    137 National Plaza Oxon Hill, MD 20745 United States - Phone: +1 301 749 1582
    When in the Chesapeake Bay region, park your boat at the National Harbor Marina. This stop gives you the perfect opportunity to park your boat in their docking area and wander around in the nearby entertainment venues. Get the best of accommodation and dining options as some of the most visited joints are just a stones throw away. Mt Vernon, The old town of Alexandria are other sights that one can access easily from here. Contact the harbor for more details.
  • The Maryland Institute College of Art

    1300 West Mount Royal Avenue Baltimore, MD 21217 United States - Phone: +1 410 669 9200
    Located in trendy Charles North, this highly respected institution is home to several high-profile art exhibitions as well as displaying those of current students (and alumni). It has the honor of being in the top 4 visual arts graduate programs in the United States; it is also the oldest continually degree granting institution in the country. The campus is modern and clean and worth a visit alone. Visit the website for details of upcoming exhibitions. 
  • O'Donnell Square

    O'Donnell Street Baltimore, MD 21224 United States - Phone: +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.
  • Oregon Ridge Park

    13401 Beaver Dam Road Cockeysville, MD 21030 United States - Phone: +1 410 887 1815
    Spread over a staggering 1,043 acres (422 hectares), the Oregon Ridge Park is a great place to spend a Sunday with the whole family. Surrounded by nature, it makes for a great getaway from the chaotic and clustered city life, and one of the best ways to take in all that is to go hiking, and the park has miles of trails specially for that purpose. Besides, hiking, the park also has facilities for swimming and for picnicking, thus making it an ideal place to take the whole family for a fun-filled day out. The Oregon Ridge Park also has something for the sports enthusiast  as it has a golf course and sledding facilities.
  • Downtown Partnership of Baltimore

    217 North Charles Street Baltimore, MD 21201 United States - Phone: +1 410 244 1030
    The Downtown Partnership of Baltimore is a non-profit that creates a vibrant downtown for both businesses and visitors. The Downtown Partnership of Baltimore hosts events throughout the year, including concert series.
  • Aberdeen Festival Park

    60 North Parke Street Aberdeen, MD 21001 United States - Phone: +1 410 273 5623 / +1 410 939 6767
    When you come to the Aberdeen Festival Park, there are a of activities in store for everyone. If you are by yourself, you can try out various organized sports games or if you are traveling with family and friends, you can partake in some tap-dancing, summer concerts or you can just take a time out, sit by the park and enjoy the lush greens. For more information on current events and activities held in the park, do visit the website or call ahead.
  • Concord Point Lighthouse

    700 Concord Street Havre De Grace, MD 21078 United States - Phone: +1 410 939 3213
    The Concord Point Lighthouse is the pride and joy of the city. Built in 1827, the lighthouse is the second such oldest surviving lighthouse in the state. Located at the mouth of the Susquehanna River, the lighthouse is still operational. From the lighthouse, you have a breathtaking view of the bay and the river. Because of its scenic popularity, it offers a perfect setting for weddings, private parties and other glamorous celebrations. Most often though, it is the site for regular school events. Today, the lighthouse is being managed by the Friends of Concord Point Lighthouse, Inc.; they preserve as well as popularize the site. Call ahead to know more.
  • George Peabody Library

    17 East Mount Vernon Place Baltimore, MD 21202 United States - Phone: +1 410 659 8197
    Housed inside a beautiful structure inside the Johns Hopkins University campus, the George Peabody Library stocks a magnificent collection of over 300,000 books. The library was initiated in 1860 with an aim to provide latest literary material covering all branches of knowledge except law and medicine. These books, mostly belonging to the 18th and the 19th Century, provide perfect research material covering British art and architecture, History of America, Biographies, English and American literature as well as Greek and Latin classics and an exploration section for exclusive collection of maps. A majestic place for book lovers, the place is often referred to as the 'Cathedral of Books'. Visit the university website for library catalog and event updates.
  • Federal Hill

    East Churchill Street Baltimore, MD 21230 United States - Phone: +1 877 225 8466(Tourist Information)
    The Federal Hill neighborhood is located close to the south of the Baltimore's central business district and is marked by the historic grassy hill from which it lends its name. The neighborhood comprises of number of landmarks such as the American Visionary Art Museum, the Baltimore Museum of Industry and a number of religious sights. Besides, one can also find various facilities for dining and partying inside some of the most famous restaurants and bars in the city. Call the tourist information center to know more.
  • The Kunta-Kinte Alex Haley Memorial

    135 Stepney Lane Edgewater, MD 21037 United States - Phone: +1 410 956 9090
    The Kunta-Kinte Alex Haley Memorial stands as a remnant of the rich past of the city. The memorial stands tall as a small reminder of the ancestors of the very famed Alex Haley. To know more about the significance and symbolism of the memorial, check the website.
  • Charles Carroll House of Annapolis

    107 Duke of Gloucester Street Annapolis, MD 21401 United States - Phone: +1 410 269 1737
    Charles Carroll House of Annapolis is a historic house that belonged to American lawyer, Charles Carroll who was one of the four persons from Maryland who signed the Declaration of Independence. An excellent rental facility, the house is the venue for a number of local and cultural events. For more information, call ahead or check out their website.
  • Black Olive

    814 South Bond Street Baltimore, MD 21231 United States - Phone: +1 410 276 7141
    The Black Olive, located in the heart of old Baltimore's maritime district, is perhaps one of the best seafood restaurants in the city. Only the freshest fish are displayed in The Black Olive's case, and guests can choose anything from locally caught rockfish to more exotic fare. Selections are then grilled to perfection, filleted at table side and served with the house's amazing Mediterranean-style sauces.
  • Kali's Court

    1606 Thames Street Baltimore, MD 21231 United States - Phone: +1 410 276 4700
    Located in the historic but funky Fells Point neighborhood, Kali's Court brings a Greek sensibility to traditional Maryland seafood favorites; there's Orzo pasta floating in the crab soup, for example. With its high-ceilings and darkly polished furnishings, this fine restaurant has a casual elegance that makes it as appropriate for a romantic evening as well as for a friendly night out. Kali's also boasts a lovely brick courtyard for al fresco dining, but be sure to call ahead and reserve a table.
  • Niwana

    3215 North Charles Street Baltimore, MD 21218 United States - Phone: +1 410 366 4115
    Located in the charming and centrally located Charles Village neighborhood, this relaxed, casual restaurant serves up first-rate, yet moderately priced, Korean and Japanese cuisine. Take a seat at the sushi bar and feast on fresh tuna, salmon and mackerel, or find a quiet booth and enjoy the delicious hot dishes. The bibimbap, a bowl of rice, mixed vegetables and meat, with a fried egg on top, is comfort food at its best. The understated Asian décor and fresh flowers add to the tranquil atmosphere.
  • Tamber's Nifty Fifties Dining

    3327 Saint Paul Street Baltimore, MD 21218 United States - Phone: +1 410 243 5777
    Imagine a parallel universe in which a chrome-plated, 1950s era American diner somehow collided with a first rate Indian restaurant. Furthermore, imagine that nothing was damaged and the only thing to get mixed up was the menu. The result would be something like this friendly neighborhood eatery. Located in the middle of the city, Tamber's offers cheeseburgers and eggs, as well as Tandoori Chicken and Rogin Josh. Everything is perfectly cooked and moderately priced. The crab cake sandwich is one of the best bargains in town.
  • Papermoon Diner

    227 West 29th Street Baltimore, MD 21211 United States - Phone: +1 410 889 4444
    This small, somewhat eccentric café is a local favorite. The décor is certainly part of the café's charm- bright primary colors abound, the thrift store furniture is mismatched; mannequins, dolls and other toys decorate the window sills, walls and even the ceiling. But it's the food that keeps the locals coming back. It's a terrific blend of traditional home cooking and lighter vegetarian fare. The French toast (served all day) is one of the city's treasures.
  • Akbar Restaurant

    823 North Charles Street Baltimore, MD 21201 United States - Phone: +1 410 539 0944
    Set in the heart of mid-town's busy Mount Vernon neighborhood, this quiet, softly lit oasis of a restaurant is the perfect place to restore yourself with a savory lunch or unwind with a hearty dinner. The décor is muted, the furnishings solid, the staff mature and sure-footed and the traditional Indian cuisine- Sagwala, Makhani, Pulao are simply perfect. All the elements combine to make a visitor feel comfortable and relaxed. The lunch buffet is one of the city's best bargains.
  • The Brewer's Art

    1106 North Charles Street Baltimore, MD 21201 United States - Phone: +1 410 547 6925
    This Charles Street establishment, set in an opulent row house just north of downtown, boasts great food and a great bar. The downstairs bar features scores of micro-brews from around the region and the country. It's a grotto-like space, perfect for intimate conversation and very popular with Baltimore's young professionals. The upstairs restaurant, with its marble fireplaces and raftered ceilings, is cozy and warm, and offers fare that's both hearty and inventive. The saffron ravioli should not be missed.
  • Café Hon

    1002 West 36th Street Baltimore, MD 21211 United States - Phone: +1 410 243 1230
    There is an informal tradition among Baltimore waitresses to address customers as 'Hon' (pronounced to rhyme with 'bun.') Over the years, the term has come to symbolize the town's casual hospitality` and as such, it suits this friendly café perfectly. Located in Hampden, it has the ambiance of a suburban kitchen circa 1955, and the menu fits the décor just right. Dishes like Four Cheese Lasagna and 'Much Better Than Mom's' Meatloaf are guaranteed to stick to your ribs, and the Crab cake Platter does Baltimore proud.
  • Ikaros

    4805 Eastern Avenue Baltimore, MD 21224 United States - Phone: +1 410 633 3750
    Baltimore is a patchwork of vibrant ethnic neighborhoods, and one of the most delightful ways they celebrate their different heritages is through their restaurants. Ikaros, located in East Baltimore's Greek enclave is one of the best of these. For years, this quietly elegant establishment, with its cool white walls and darkly polished furnishings, has been serving some of the most sumptuous meals in town. The seafood, wrapped in phyllo sheets, is both delicate and savory, and the Moussaka is simply the stuff of legend.
  • Mount Washington Tavern

    5700 Newbury Street Baltimore, MD 21209 United States - Phone: +1 410 367 6903
    In an ideal world, every neighborhood would have a tavern like this. Set in a lovely old two-story home on a quiet tree-lined street, its two wood-paneled bars brim with hospitality, and its two dining rooms, an intimate non-smoking room with bare stone walls and a larger room designed like an indoor gazebo serve first-rate meals. The bars offer a buffet from 5pm-7pm weekdays and the kitchen's seafood specialties, such as Mahi-mahi topped with Lump Crab meat are both creative and flavorful.
  • Captain James Landing

    2127 Boston Street Baltimore, MD 21231 United States - Phone: +1 410 327 8600
    A terrific example of architectural whimsy, this Fells Point restaurant looks just like an old ship steaming silently up Boston Street bound for the neighborhood of Canton. Inside, however, the spacious and often raucous, dining area and the half-moon bar reveal it for what it is, an old-school restaurant where very good food is served at very reasonable prices. As one might expect, the seafood specialties, such as a marvelous Flounder Fillet stuffed with crab meat are what stand out here.
  • Aldo's Ristorante Italiano

    306 South High Street Baltimore, MD 21202 United States - Phone: +1 410 727 0700
    This lovely addition to Little Italy's restaurant scene specializes in the traditional cooking of Southern Italy and a typical meal might include an appetizer of Fried Calamari, followed by the delectable Veal Scalloppine topped with a tasty Cannoli. But simply listing these old favorites doesn't do justice to this jewel of a restaurant, with its tuxedo-ed waiters, fresh cut roses and intimate dining rooms. The setting is very quiet and very romantic. Jackets are recommended for men.
  • Cafe Zen

    438 East Belvedere Avenue Baltimore, MD 21212 United States - Phone: +1 410 532 0022
    In a city that has many fine ethnic restaurants, this North Baltimore establishment still manages to stand out. Inside, the atmosphere brings to mind the cool simplicity of an Asian print. The restaurant's beauty extends to its decor, the cuisine also shows an artist's touch. The Gow Bah is a perfect example- it's a well-balanced stew of tender meat and crisp vegetables awash in a delicate sesame sauce. All the dishes served here, including the many vegetarian entrees, show careful attention to detail.
  • The Prime Rib

    1101 North Calvert Street Baltimore, MD 21202 United States - Phone: +1 410 539 1804
    For more than 30 years, this downtown restaurant has been Baltimore's benchmark for upscale steakhouses. The signature dish shows why. The Prime Rib Steak is a tender 24-ounce behemoth, a full three inches thick. The rest of the offerings, including several fine seafood dishes, are just as good, if not as weighty. It's hard to believe, but the decor - black walls, gold curtains and leopard-print carpet - is somehow just right. Side dishes are a la carte, and the wine list is great.
  • Charleston

    1000 Lancaster Street Baltimore, MD 21202 United States - Phone: +1 410 332 7373
    This downtown restaurant serves elegant, yet simple, French-inspired Southern cuisine. Take the fried oysters, for instance, in their golden-brown cornmeal batter, or the crab soup that's as creamy as most bisques. These are true examples of gracious living. Add the tranquil, pastel-colored decor and the expert service and you come up with a most enjoyable dining experience at Charleston.
  • Sabatino's

    901 Fawn Street Baltimore, MD 21202 United States - Phone: +1 410 727 9414
    The pleasantly straightforward, starched-linen and fresh-flower atmosphere at this Little Italy landmark lets you know that you're in an old-school restaurant. The menu is full of old favorites like cheese raviolis. Even the house specialties, such as the legendary Bookmaker Salad - shrimp, salami and provolone topped with a cheese dressing over crisp iceberg lettuce - has a comfortable familiarity.
  • Bertha's

    734 South Broadway Baltimore, MD 21231 United States - Phone: +1 410 327 0426
    In Baltimore, Bertha's means the blues and mussels to beat the band. Offered with your choice of eight sauces, Bertha's Mussels are plump, tender and steamed just right. For years this Fells Point landmark has been giving out green bumper stickers that simply state: "Eat Bertha's Mussels." The rest of the seafood entrees are also very good. They, too, boast fresh ingredients and a sure touch. The décor is warm and funky, the atmosphere lively and on weekends, even rowdy.
  • Ze Mean Bean

    1739 Fleet Street Baltimore, MD 21231 United States - Phone: +1 410 675 5999
    This casually offbeat coffeehouse, in the heart of historic Fells Point, features earnest musicians and racks of paperbacks for the entertainment and edification of its patrons. It also offers 17 espresso drinks and half-a-dozen flavored coffees, all at moderate prices, as well as a broad menu of Eastern European items like Borscht and Pierogies. Many visitors insist the coffeehouse is worth visiting just to have a spoonful of Russian Apple Soup - small bowls of amber heaven.
  • Corks Restaurant

    1026 South Charles Street Baltimore, MD 21230 United States - Phone: +1 410 752 3810
    Set in the historic Federal Hill neighborhood, in a row home dating to the mid-1800s, this lovely establishment, with its exposed brick interior walls and candle-lit intimacy, is not only one of Baltimore's premier wine bars, but also a first-class restaurant. The wine list features more than 200 excellent selections, primarily from small American vintners, and the entrees are hearty, flavorful and created specifically to accompany certain wines. The Muscovy Duck Breast with Wild Rice and Wild Cherry Demi-Glace, for instance, is paired with a Cedar Brook Winery "California" Pinot Noir.
  • Nacho Mama's

    2907 O'Donnell Street Baltimore, MD 21224 United States - Phone: +1 410 675 0898
    Canton, located just a few minutes to the Northeast of downtown, is the most recent in a fairly long line of revitalized Baltimore neighborhoods. As such, it has become home to young professionals and urban hipsters. One of the favorite hangouts of this energetic crowd is this small, friendly Mexican restaurant that offers enormous portions of good food at modest prices. The portabello mushroom and spinach quesadilla are terrific, National Bohemian beer is exceptionally cheap, and at least a dozen portraits of Elvis grace the walls.
  • Michener's

    7032 Elm Road Baltimore, MD 21240 United States - Phone: +1 410 859 3300
    Set in the lower level of the Four Points by Sheraton BWI Airport, this restaurant - named for author James A. Michener, who wrote about the Chesapeake - has a very clubby feel with cloth-covered tables set far enough apart that you aren't tempted to taste your neighbor's meal. The award-winning cuisine includes items, such as Chesapeake Bay Seafood with fresh local ingredients. Be sure to try the Velvet Crab Soup, fresh oysters (in season) and the Maryland Crab Cakes. Recipes are available upon request.
  • One World Café

    100 West University Parkway Baltimore, MD 21210 United States - Phone: +1 410 235 5777
    If you're in need of a caffeine fix and a vegan menu, this is the place to go. This colorful, sprawling café has enough flavored coffees, espressos and cappuccinos to satisfy anyone's craving. It also has one of the best vegan menus in town, featuring an amazing array of non-animal entrees. One World Café was voted Baltimore's "Best Vegetarian" by the City Paper. The all-natural, chemical-free entrees are made with organic ingredients and prepared daily. The wide selection of choices include such items as the Grilled Tuna Steak Sandwich, Breaded Organic Tofu and the Eggplant Gyro. Don't forget to save room for a tasty smoothie made from 100% fruit juices or a scrumptious homemade vegan dessert. One World Café also provides catering services.
  • Matsuri

    1105 South Charles Street Baltimore, MD 21230 United States - Phone: +1 410 752 8561
    Proving that good things do indeed come in small packages, Matsuri serves succulent sushi and traditional Japanese cuisine. The tastefully decorated dining and Sushi bar area is tiny—but thanks to a friendly staff, and nice lighting, that atmosphere is one of relaxed intimacy. Sushi fans will delight not only in the vast selection of rolls and pieces, but in the absolutely first rate ingredients, and the beautiful presentation. The cooked selections are also wonderful, featuring light but savory sauces and lots of crisp vegetables.
  • Ding How

    631 South Broadway Baltimore, MD 21231 United States - Phone: +1 410 327 8888
    This fine Fells Point restaurant serves an eclectic mix of Hunan and Szechuan cuisine with an emphasis on seafood, particularly shrimp, crab and lobster. The dishes at Ding How are imaginatively prepared and flavorful, and there's a general air of sophistication about the place. The dim, almost moody, lighting, combined with the sleek contemporary décor, make the restaurant seem like a movie set. The bar is well stocked and tended, and offers a great variety of Chinese and domestic beers.
  • Desert Cafe

    1605 Sulgrave Avenue Baltimore, MD 21209 United States - Phone: +1 410 367 5808
    Set on a cool tree-lined street in Northwest Baltimore's Mount Washington neighborhood, this wonderful Middle Eastern café called Desert Cafe offers—dare we say it?—an oasis of calm amid the bustle of daily urban life. The spicy fare, which includes an amazing Mango Curry Chicken Salad, is perfect for lunch or dinner. And with shiny metal stars hanging from the ceiling and colorful pillows scattered about, it's hard to imagine a more hospitable place for a relaxing meal.
  • G&M Restaurant & Lounge

    804 Hammonds Ferry Road Linthicum Heights, MD 21090 United States - Phone: +1 410 636 1777
    Not far from Baltimore-Washington International airport, G&M features seafood, with one room for tablecloth dining, one bar with eats for the smoking crowd and some picnic tables in the carry-out area. You're sure to enjoy almost anything on the menu, particularly the fresh seafood, but be sure to try the crab cakes. They're as big as softballs, filled with lump meat. The Single Crab Cake, with a side of fries, potato salad or coleslaw is more than enough.
  • The Helmand

    806 North Charles Street Baltimore, MD 21201 United States - Phone: +1 410 752 0311
    This small Afghani restaurant in the midtown Mount Vernon neighborhood features an intimate, candle-lit dining room decorated in shades of rose. Traditional Afghani robes adorn the bare brick walls. The food is equally lovely. A typical meal would include the pureed pumpkin appetizer, followed by grilled chicken with mushrooms in a yogurt and sour cream sauce, and ice cream with mango, figs and dates for dessert. The Helmand is four-star dining in a lovely setting, all at affordable prices.
  • Calvert House

    347 North Calvert Street Baltimore, MD 21202 United States - Phone: +1 410 539 3627
    From soup to sauce, everything at this family-owned Italian favorite is made fresh daily. Add to that the Calvert House stylish decor, its friendly staff and its jovial neighborhood-hangout atmosphere, and you'll see why it's become a downtown institution. All the Italian standbys are well represented here, and their crab cakes are so popular that they actually sell packets of the mix. Located just minutes from Center Stage, it's a great choice for a pre-curtain meal.
  • Mother's Federal Hill Grille

    1113 South Charles Street Baltimore, MD 21230 United States - Phone: +1 410 244 8686
    Judging by its name alone, you can tell Mother's Federal Hill Grille wants to be liked. Its something-for-everybody menu and first-name-basis friendly staff confirm that desire. And, indeed, it is a likable place. From the Chicken Marsala to the Grilled Chicken in jerk marinade to the great crab cakes, the Italian/Caribbean/Baltimorean menu offers great fare. It's a great looking place as well, with polished hardwood floors and pressed-tin ceilings. And the aforementioned staff is energetically friendly without being overbearing, making this a great lunch destination.
  • David & Dad's

    334 North Charles Street Baltimore, MD 21201 United States - Phone: +1 410 547 0550
    This friendly little place called David & Dad's is great if you're looking for breakfast on the go. They offer a wide range of fresh-baked muffins; everything from blueberry to chocolate chip; as well as a good variety of breakfast sandwiches. They also do lunch, offering a large menu of deli and specialty sandwiches. Their Reuben is especially good - plenty of dressing and sauerkraut, without being too wet. There are a few tables, but most of the business is take out. Be sure to try a brownie.
  • Louisiana

    1708 Aliceanna Street Baltimore, MD 21231 United States - Phone: +1 410 327 2610
    This quiet, elegant restaurant boasts an African mahogany bar, wrought iron fixtures and handsome chandeliers. Here, the chef offers a seamless blend of Creole and French creations. Blackened meats, such as the Blackened Buffalo Delmonico, are a specialty. Not in the mood for steak? Try the succulent Shrimp-and-Corn Gumbo. Served with rice and broccolini, it may be the best dish on the menu. The restaurant also offers great service, a fine wine list and incredible desserts.
  • Banthai Restaurant

    340 North Charles Street Baltimore, MD 21201 United States - Phone: +1 410 727 7971
    This downtown restaurant called Banthai Restaurant has been doing a brisk business since it opened in 1993. One taste of the artfully presented food and you'll understand why. Try the Pad Thai, a delicious blend of noodles, shrimp and peanut sauce. Or, if you're a bit daring, order something served in a spicy curry sauce. If you're in town during the warmer months, be sure to sample the Sweet Rice and Mango, which combines rice with tart-sweet fruit.
  • Alonso's

    413-415 West Cold Spring Lane Baltimore, MD 21210 United States - Phone: +1 410 235 3433
    This Roland Park mainstay called Alonso's has been a local favorite since 1931. For an appetizer, consider Little Neck Clams, Mussles Marinerre or Bruschetta. Then satisfy your craving for a cheeseburger or a thin-crusted pizza topped with roasted vegetables, chicken or shrimp. Sandwiches and calzones are also on the menu, along with a list of wonderful entrees - Grilled Lamb Sirloin, Roast Breast of Free Range Chicken, and a Crab Cake platter. In addition to great food, this restaurant also has great beer menu—50 bottled beers and six on draft.
  • Loco Hombre

    413 West Cold Spring Lane Baltimore, MD 21210 United States - Phone: +1 410 889 2233
    Loco Hombre is as good as Tex-Mex gets, so be prepared to wait for a table, as reservations are not accepted. The small dining room boasts a desert mural and cactus wall decorations, making the space cheerful. Tables are clustered close together and set with fiesta ware. Start your meal with a cup of Black Bean Soup, adorned with a dollop of sour cream, red salsa and cilantro. For an entree, consider a tasty enchilada or sizzling fajitas! You won't be disappointed.
  • Maria D's

    1016 Light Street Baltimore, MD 21230 United States - Phone: +1 410 727 5430
    This family-friendly restaurant called Maria D's was recently expanded to allow for additional seating. Exposed brick walls and hand-painted murals add a charming touch to the small dining room. Maria D's has been a neighborhood favorite for years. It offers a wide selection of subs from the classic Italian to chicken parmesan and the restaurant's much beloved steak sandwiches. The restaurant also prepares delicious calzones and makes the best beer-battered onion rings in Baltimore.
  • Dalesio's Of Little Italy

    829 Eastern Avenue Baltimore, MD 21202 United States - Phone: +1 410 539 1965
    One expects Italian restaurants to be romantic, and this Little Italy favorite certainly delivers. Dalesio's Of Little Italy's intimate dinning rooms are candle-lit and filled with fresh flowers, and the outdoor balcony seating is a near perfect setting for romance. The menu features many low-calorie and low-cholesterol entrées, like grilled shrimp and penne piemontese, which are perfectly healthy, yet still pack enough flavor to be worthy of Little Italy.
  • Hull Street Blues Cafe

    1222 Hull Street Baltimore, MD 21230 United States - Phone: +1 410 727 7476
    Hull Street Blues Cafe, in South Baltimore's Locust Point, began as a saloon in 1889. Today, it's an elegant cafe with an attached bar. The eclectic menu focuses on seafood from Shrimp Scampi to Steamed Mussels, though other gourmet dishes are also offered. Try the savory Filet Mignon or Crab Cake Sandwich. The proprietors, Kathy and Dan Macatee, take special pride in their Sunday brunch—a smorgasbord packed with tasty treats.
  • La Tavola

    248 Albermarle Street Baltimore, MD 21202 United States - Phone: +1 410 685 1859
    A newcomer to Little Italy, La Tavola does Italian cuisine with a bit of modern flair, and the emphasis is on seafood. Here the tortelloni is stuffed with ground grouper as well as ricotta cheese, and the list of specials is more likely to include tuna than veal. The Insalata Di Mare, a shrimp, clam, scallop, squid and mussel salad with an orange flavored dressing, is a must. The décor is modest, even a bit bland, but with food this good, you may never notice.
  • Chiapparelli's

    237 South High Street Baltimore, MD 21202 United States - Phone: +1 410 837 0309
    This perennial favorite, located in Baltimore's delightful Little Italy neighborhood, specializes in very basic seafood dishes. All entrees at Chiapparelli's are prepared to absolute perfection and artfully presented. The well-seasoned Antipasto with mussels and calamari is a perfect example - not fancy, but memorable nevertheless. The atmosphere is casual and friendly, and the exposed brick walls give the dining room a homey feel. Prices are moderate, and the service is first-rate. Be sure to ask about the daily specials.
  • Crema Coffee Co. At The Hollywood Diner

    400 East Saratoga Street Baltimore, MD 21202 United States - Phone: +1 410 962 5379
    Hollywood Diner was the main location for Baltimore-born film director Barry Levinson's coming-of-age film classic "Diner." It was also featured in the movie "Sleepless in Seattle," and was a frequent location for the dramatic TV series "Homicide." No doubt you would find its chrome exterior and homey interior familiar. But it's also special in another sense. It is run by the non-profit Chesapeake Center for Youth Development, which hires at-risk youth to serve up the wonderfully prepared classic American diner fare.
  • Mick O'Shea's

    328 North Charles Street Baltimore, MD 21201 United States - Phone: +1 410 539 7504
    Mick O'Shea's Irish Pub and Restaurant features live Irish music, five nights a week. Inside, you'll find a massive bar with wooden tables to complete the décor. Much of the food is standard bar fare, but heartier dishes are also available. Be sure to try the Celtic entrees like Shepherd's Pie, Irish Stew, and Corn Beef and Cabbage.
  • Mughal Garden

    920 North Charles Street Baltimore, MD 21201 United States - Phone: +1 410 547 0001
    Mughal Garden is distinguished chiefly by the size of its menu. In addition to the typical Vindaloos, Saag and Kebabs, you'll find a fantastic Mulligatawny Soup, a great Salmon Tikka and a Tandoori Lobster that is one of the best seafood entrees in town. Many of these appear on the daily all-you-can-eat buffet, but you'll need to peruse the menu to see everything that is offered. The spacious dining room is modest but inviting, and the atmosphere is very casual.
  • Joung Kak

    18 West 20th Street Baltimore, MD 21218 United States - Phone: +1 410 837 5231
    The menu at Joung Kak includes Chinese, Japanese and Korean cuisine. Not satisfied with just the traditional offerings, the chef has also created a few of his own, like the Seafood Pancake, a pizza-sized loaf containing squid, shrimp and scallions. But the specialty here is Korean Barbecue, cooked at your table in a huge, brass-covered pot. The decor is sleek and polished, and the ventilation hoods over the tables give the dining room a very modern look.
  • City Cafe

    1001 Cathedral Street Baltimore, MD 21201 United States - Phone: +1 410 539 4252
    There's an edgy, urban energy in City Cafe, located in the lovely midtown neighborhood of Mount Vernon. The crisp, black and white décor is simple to the point of being severe and the very large front windows provide a good view of the surrounding urban bustle. The inside is generally crowded too, especially the front take-out area. In back, table service, and you'll find some excellent Nouvelle American cuisine. The Southwestern Chicken, grilled with a red pepper glaze, is a real eye-opener.
  • Neo Viccino

    1317 North Charles Street Baltimore, MD 21201 United States - Phone: +1 410 685 3861

    Located a short stroll from the Meyerhoff Symphony Hall, Neo Viccino makes a great post-show destination. Decorated in cool pastel shades and sporting some very comfortable booths, the dining room is as amenable to good conversation as it is to fine dining. The Italian portion of the menu offers a selection of salads and pastas. Fish, meat and fowl, prepared in an Asian or Southwestern manner, complete the menu. The Swordfish with Lump Crabmeat in Lime and Chili Sauce is great. Neo Viccino's also has a formidably large menu for take-out and delivery, perfect for those cold Baltimore nights. 

  • Gertrude's

    10 Art Museum Drive Baltimore, MD 21218 United States - Phone: +1 410 889 3399
    Named after the chef's grandmother, Gertrude's is located in the Baltimore Museum of Art. The kitchen lavishes attention on the details of each of its Maryland-style seafood dishes, making sure that each is a unique creation. The two types of crab cakes for instance are distinctly different: the Eastern Shore is traditional, made of crabmeat and little else, while the Gertie is a more modern, spicy affair. Enjoy your meal in the chic and homey pastel dining room or on the outdoor patio.
  • Little Havana

    1325 Key Highway Baltimore, MD 21230 United States - Phone: +1 410 837 9903
    This restaurant mixes Old World Cuba with modern, innovative flavors. Outdoor dining is available, umbrella-shaded tables afford views of sailboat masts and the waterfront. Black bean soup and black bean Cakes served with guacamole and sour cream are among the several delectable appetizers offered. Salads and pork, catfish and chicken sandwiches are also offered. Entree highlights include mahi-mahi con plantanos, plantain-encrusted mahi topped with a pineapple and black bean relish and parillada de verduras, grilled vegetables over rice. There's also an extensive wine list.
  • Sotto Sopra

    405 North Charles Street Baltimore, MD 21201 United States - Phone: +1 410 625 0534
    This elegant restaurant features floor-to-ceiling murals of cafe scenes and gilded mirrors. The owners redecorated the dining room in the mid-90s; only the cracked tile floor is original. To start, try a half-order of the gnocchi in red pepper sauce or sample from the tapas Bar. For a main course, the thin-crusted pizza is a nice choice. Made with homemade sauce and topped with mozzarella, it is a gourmet delight. For dessert, choose from truffles, fresh fruit served with ice cream and Profiteroles with chocolate sauce.
  • Charles Village Pub

    3107 Saint Paul Street Baltimore, MD 21218 United States - Phone: +1 410 243 1611
    If you're in town visiting someone who lives or works in Charles Village, chances are they know this very friendly, very casual neighborhood pub. It's far from fancy (vinyl booths, small tables, paneled walls dotted with sports pictures), but for a large number of Hopkins students, Charles Village bohemians and local business people, it's a homely place to grab a beer and burger. There are about 30 beers available, bottled and on tap, and the sandwiches, salads and other bar-fare items are hearty and modestly priced.
  • Claddagh Pub

    2918 O'Donnell Street Baltimore, MD 21224 United States - Phone: +1 410 522 4220
    It is an unwritten rule that every Baltimore neighborhood must have at least one Irish pub, and this busy establishment fills Canton's quota in spades. It's not so much the meat-and-potatoes menu, or the pictures of Irish musicians adorning the walls that make this such a great pub. The spirit of the place is what makes it so special. Whether you're in the bar for a Guinness, or in the dining room feasting on Rack of Lamb, you'll be sure to smile.
  • Regi's American Bistro

    1002 Light Street Baltimore, MD 21230 United States - Phone: +1 410 539 7344
    Set in a lovely redbrick rowhouse, this south Baltimore favorite is a great place to grab a beer and a bite. The dark wood interior is comfortable and inviting, whether you choose to sit at the long bar or in the dining room. (There're also café tables outside.) The restaurant offers a full, and very eclectic, menu, but appetizers and bar fare are what the kitchen does best. The satay is delicious, the crab cakes are first rate, and the Jambalaya is chock-full of shrimp, fish and other delights.
  • Kibby's Restaurant & Lounge

    3450 Wilkins Avenue Baltimore, MD 21229 United States - Phone: +1 410 644 8716
    This longtime Baltimore favorite is something of an anomaly; in a city where crab cakes are king, its signature seafood dish is shrimp salad. On closer examination, it's easy to see why. The shrimp are big, perfectly steamed, and dressed in a savory sauce. And the portions are huge. The rest of the hearty American fare (like a great Prime Rib) is also very nice. The restaurant has a casual, homey feel, with comfortable booths, dark paneling and a very friendly staff.
  • Holy Frijoles

    908 West 36th Street Baltimore, MD 21211 United States - Phone: +1 410 235 2326
    In a lot of ways the northwest Baltimore neighborhood of Hampden is like a blue-collar Greenwich Village. There's a decidedly bohemian tint to the place, and it has the art galleries to prove it, but the area also has a down-home side. This tiny establishment (there are 12 tables because 13 wouldn't fit) is a great example. The Burritos, Chiles Rellenos, Tacos and Quesadillas served here show Mexican cooking at its simplest and best. The ingredients are fresh, the prices are low and the portions are mammoth.
  • Thairish

    804 North Charles Street Baltimore, MD 21201 United States - Phone: +1 410 752 5857
    It's a shame this place is so small. Literally tucked away in a corner of Mount Vernon, it deserves to be much bigger. Not that the management doesn't do the most with the available space. Its four-table dining area is decorated very tastefully, and Thai prints adorn the walls. But the food, delicious Thai staples like Pad Thai, Lemongrass soup, and a fantastic Chicken Marmasan, really deserve a more luxurious setting. As it is, it makes for a great carryout lunch or dinner option.
  • Blue Moon Cafe

    1621 Aliceanna Street Baltimore, MD 21231 United States - Phone: +1 410 522 3940
    Breakfast is the name of the game at this small but lively Fells Point eatery. They've got all the standards: French toast, pancakes and a wide variety of eggs, but the specialties are what really shine. Take the Crab Benedict, for instance, or the delicious Crab Crepe. During the week, the plain but tastefully decorated room is open during the typical breakfast and brunch hours. But from Friday through Sunday it's open all night long, and jammed with gadabouts topping off a late night with a hearty breakfast.
  • Petit Louis Bistro

    4800 Roland Avenue Baltimore, MD 21210 United States - Phone: +1 410 366 9393
    The Northwest Baltimore neighborhood of Roland Park is one of the city's prettiest. Full of beautiful old homes and ancient oaks, it's the perfect setting for this French-style bistro. The fare is simple, with piquant sauces and perfectly prepared meats. From the Mussels Provencale to the Grilled Lamb Brochette, you just can't go wrong. Plus, there are more than 100 excellent, and very affordable, wines available. You'll definitely want to linger: the hardwood floors, dark paneling, brass fixtures and elegant table settings provide a wonderful atmosphere.
  • Pierpoint

    1822 Aliceanna Street Baltimore, MD 21231 United States - Phone: +1 410 675 2080
    This little bistro doesn't have a great deal in common with most of its rowdier Fells Point neighbors. Rather than cater to the hard-partying college crowd or the boho revelers, owner Nancy Longo caters to the food lovers who flock to her cheerful yellow dining room to sample creative versions of traditional Maryland dishes. Her work with seafood (oysters, rock-fish, crab meat) is sublime, and it is epitomized by her smoked crab cakes. She also makes a mean Smoked Duck Quesadilla, and a terrific Eastern Shore Rabbit Sausage. Private events, cooking classes for adults and children, and occasional special events/prix fixe menus are often hosted here so be sure to call ahead and make a reservation before stopping by.
  • Ambassador Dining Room

    3811 Canterbury Road Baltimore, MD 21218 United States - Phone: +1 410 366 1484
    There's a topiary bicycle outside of this lovely Indian restaurant that perfectly accents the staid elegance you'll find inside. Located just north of the Johns Hopkins University's Homewood Campus, this restaurant's interior features dark paneling and burnished brass. It has a kind of reserved formality that's stylish without being intimidating. The Bengali Swordfish, drizzled with mango sauce is a masterpiece, as is the crab malabar. There's also a courtyard, complete with fountain, for warm weather seating.
  • Da Mimmo

    217 South High Street Baltimore, MD 21202 United States - Phone: +1 410 727 6876
    This exuberant Italian restaurant is big and usually packed. But its soft colors are lit so perfectly that when you are sitting at one of the candle-lit tables, it seems intimate. The food is classic. Try the Seafood Ravioli in lobster cream sauce or the Veal Tenderloin. And if you have a favorite Italian specialty, call ahead and the chef will prepare it for you. The owners will even send a limo to pick you up at your downtown hotel.
  • Frazier's On The Avenue

    919 West 36th Street Baltimore, MD 21211 United States - Phone: +1 410 662 4914
    Hampden is one of Baltimore's funkier blue-collar neighborhoods, and Frazier's On The Avenue is one of this area's favorite bars. During weeknight happy hours, the place is packed with young urban professionals who amble in for the great drink specials and the excellent bar fare, which includes steaks, hamburgers and seafood dishes. A large collection of stuffed ducks and vintage photographs give the dining room a homey touch.
  • Eichenkranz

    611 South Fagley Street Baltimore, MD 21224 United States - Phone: +1 410 563 7577
    This small restaurant offers affordable German food in a casual setting. Visitors make themselves comfortable at wooden tables. Newspaper articles in handsome frames adorn the walls and chronicle the history of Baltimore from 1934 (the year the restaurant opened) to the present. For starters, try the Spinach Salad, then move on to a hardy entree, such as the German Grill Plate. It features a pork chop and bratwurst. If you're in the mood for something sweet, consider the apple strudel. It's a house specialty.
  • La Scala

    1012 Eastern Avenue Baltimore, MD 21202 United States - Phone: +1 410 783 9209
    Twelve tables, elegantly dressed in white linen and china, welcome patrons to this cozy restaurant. The mood is romantic, with warm lighting and soft music. The chef's delightful creations include pasta, veal, chicken and seafood dishes. Scaloppe di Manzo all Terra e Mare, a grilled fillet mignon that's served over veal scallopine and topped with jumbo shrimp and cognac sauce, is worthy of special note. An extensive wine list guarantees you'll find the perfect vini to accompany your meal.
  • Ciao Bella

    236 South High Street Baltimore, MD 21202 United States - Phone: +1 410 685 7733
    Locals rave about this Little Italy favorite and it's martini lounge, where your favorite drink is served well chilled. The bartender recommends 'The 007' Smirnoff vodka with a twist- shaken, not stirred. For dinner, try a signature dish, such as the Shrimp de Stephano, butterfly shrimp stuffed with crab imperial and served with fettuccine in a creamy shrimp sauce, or the New York Strip Black Angus, a 16-ounce steak cooked to order. Valet parking and shuttle service to/from Inner Harbor hotels is available.
  • India Tandoor

    2101 North Charles Street Baltimore, MD 21218 United States - Phone: +1 410 468 0969
    Patrons of this cozy restaurant dine at glass-topped tables, charmed by the vibrant Indian prints that adorn the walls. Though the atmosphere is pleasing, it's the smooth sauces that have locals raving. From a creamy spinach sauce to a tomato-based masala, you'll find a variety of seductive spices. Of course, the specialty here is tandoor-oven-cooked meats. Select from chicken, seafood, lamb or beef dishes. The Lamb Saag, topped with a delightful spinach sauce, or the Chicken Tikka, which is served on a sizzling platter, are wonderful choices.
  • Asashi Sushi

    629 South Broadway Baltimore, MD 21231 United States - Phone: +1 410 534 4255
    A Hello-Kitty sake figurine greets patrons in the dining room, which is dominated by a long sushi bar. The atmosphere is cozy, the food delicious. Salmon Terriyaki, several Katsu dishes and a wide selection of creative sushi rolls are available. Try the Asashi Special, filled with deep-fried shrimp, crab and avacado, or the Fells Point roll. It's filled with eel and avocado wrapped in fresh tuna. If you prefer your food cooked, try the tonkatsu, a breaded pork chop served with rice and covered in a savory sauce.
  • Attman's Authentic New York Delicatessen

    1019 East Lombard Street Baltimore, MD 21202 United States - Phone: +1 410 563 2666
    The specialties here are corned beef, hot pastrami and kosher hot dogs. Loyal patrons line up early for lunch, so be prepared to wait at least 10-15 minutes for your order. To avoid the crowds, stop by before 11a or after 2p. Free parking is available across the street. In business for more than 75 years, Attman's is perhaps the oldest deli in Maryland, and one of the best-known Jewish-style delis around. Both John F. Kennedy and Jimmy Carter ate here. Attman's also offers catering services.
  • Golden West Cafe

    1105 West 36th Street Baltimore, MD 21211 United States - Phone: +1 410 889 8891
    This lovely little cafe on Hampden's Avenue offers an assortment of gourmet coffees, from espresso to latte and capuccino. The multiethnic menu features focaccia sandwiches filled with turkey or roasted vegetables and Vietnamese warm shrimp salad. On weekend mornings, the cafe also offers breakfast favorites, such as Huevos Rancheros or apple pancakes. This cafe is very popular with the locals, particularly on weekends, so be prepared for a pleasant wait. Pass the time on the comfy couch in the quiet back room.
  • John Steven Limited

    1800 Thames Street Baltimore, MD 21231 United States - Phone: +1 410 327 5561
    This dimly-lit tavern offers an innovative menu that includes steamed shrimp and sushi. Eat in the casual dining room or charming outdoor courtyard. College students flock here for the beer, while tourists and local yuppies enjoy the reasonably priced food. Choose the succulent Steamed Shrimp, Cajun Crawfish Pie or a low-calorie safari burger, which is made with ostrich meat. The full-service bar has some 20 beers on tap, including several local brews. Cigar smoking is prohibited, although cigarette smoking is allowed.
  • Nichiban of Federal Hill

    1035 South Charles Street Baltimore, MD 21230 United States - Phone: +1 410 837 0816
    This elegant restaurant serves great sushi and traditional Japanese noodles. You will find a wonderful selection of hand rolls, made with your choice of shrimp, avocado or soft shell crab. All rolls are artistically presented and served with ginger and wasabi. For heartier fare, consider ordering a bowl of Nabe Yaki Udon, a traditional Japanese noodle served in a clear, mild broth, or a teriyaki dish with chicken, steak, seafood or vegetables. The tempura, lightly battered meats and vegetables, is also a good choice. Nichiban also features a carry-out menu online.
  • No Way Jose Cafe

    38 East Cross Street Baltimore, MD 21230 United States - Phone: +1 410 752 2837
    Tucked away on a narrow street, this bar/cafe offers a range of Southwestern standards. Start with the Mexi-Wings, Jumbo Chicken Wings drenched with habanero sauce. Then, to cool things off a bit, have a taco salad with fresh lettuce topped with jack and cheddar cheeses, onions and tomatoes, then garnished with sour cream and guacamole. For the main course, try a house specialty. The Pollo Enrollado, a boneless chicken breast stuffed with pecan-cilantro-chili pesto and topped with a sweet cream sauce, is simply divine.
  • Porters Pub & Grille

    1032 Riverside Avenue Baltimore, MD 21230 United States - Phone: +1 410 539 1999
    In addition to traditional pub grub; burgers, buffalo wings and turkey sandwiches, this corner tavern offers a small selection of fresh salads and seafood, including middle neck clams, mussels and shrimp. During the day, this is a family-friendly restaurant, with a children's menu and crayons for the kids. At night, it attracts a lot of young professionals with an extensive selection of draft beers and wine. Call to check for open hours.
  • Coburn's Tavern & Grill

    2921 O'Donnell Street Baltimore, MD 21224 United States - Phone: +1 410 342 0999
    Coburn's Tavern & Grill has a decidedly English-pub feel to it with its faux fireplace, wood tables and mirrored bar. The food extends beyond the traditional pub offerings to include breakfast and fresh salads, pizzas, a hand-tossed dough topped with grilled onions, olives, spinach and feta cheese. House specialties include the crab pie and a tasty shrimps, clams, chicken, ham and saffron rice with garlic, tomatoes, artichokes, onions and peas.
  • J. Paul's Harborplace

    301 Light Street Baltimore, MD 21202 United States - Phone: +1 410 659 1889
    Enjoy a panoramic view of the Inner Harbor from J. Paul's Harborplace, as you experience its regional favorites. Try the Eastern Shore Fried Chicken or jumbo lump crab cakes served with basmati pilaf and fresh veggies. This charming saloon also offers hickory smoked ribs, barbecued salmon and the typical pub grub, juicy burgers, fresh salads and hearty chicken and steak sandwiches. Order a cognac, single malt scotch or a draft beer to accompany your meal.
  • Les Folies Brasserie

    2552 Riva Road Annapolis, MD 21401 United States - Phone: +1 410 573 0970
    Serving regional French food from Paris, Lyon, Gascony, Britany, Alsace and Provence, Les Folies is a casual, inviting restaurant and beer bar. The menu consists mainly of fish and seafood, and it has an extensive raw bar with clams, scallops, crab claws, ursins, lobsters, and periwinkles, and oysters. Indoor seating is cozy for colder days, but during summer the outdoor seating is preferable, and is reminiscent of coastal Mediterranean tavernas.
  • Silver Swan

    412 Congressional Drive Stevensville, MD 21666 United States - Phone: +1 410 643 2021
    The Silver Swan Restaurant, in Stevensville, MD, combines fine dining with magnificent views of the Chesapeake Bay. It offers a variety of seafood, pasta and meat dishes. Favorites are panko-crusted tuna rolls, crab cakes with rémoulade, and bouillabaisse. A five course game menu includes a taste of venison stuffed with chestnuts. The panoramic view and exotic menu are both delightful.
  • Pazo

    1425 Aliceanna Street Baltimore, MD 21231 United States - Phone: +1 410 534 7296
    Coming here is much more than just a dining experience. Located in a transformed warehouse, Pazo provides an excellent setting to eat all that your heart desires of, Mediterranean cuisine, including peasant dishes from Sicily, Sardenia, Campania and Catalonia. The decor is mostly rustic with a dash of panache in the form of plush seating booths. All together, it's a very chic place to eat.
  • Germano's Trattoria

    300 South High Street Baltimore, MD 21202 United States - Phone: +1 410 752 4515
    Tuscany is famous for its Chianti, extra virgin olive oil, and scrumptious bread. That is why Germano's Trattoria is the place to go for native Tuscan cuisine. The menu lists a variety of mouth-watering plates sure to inspire your next trip to Italy. Bruchette and the house specialty of Chicken Parmigiana and grilled Veal Cotolette are sure to make you order for more. These are just a few of the delectable meals to chose from. After dinner be sure to indulge in Cappuccino or cheese cake.
  • Mo's Seafood Factory Restaurant & Market

    502 Albemarle Street Baltimore, MD 21202 United States - Phone: +1 410 837 1600
    If your in the mood for seafood, Mo's has an extensive menu of hot and cold appetizers, homemade soups, pasta, beef and steamed seafood dishes. The Cajun Combo, King Crab Legs and Steak plate and a Surf and Turf menu are just a few to choose from. Mo's takes pride in offering the freshest and largest seafood menu selection in Chesapeake area.
  • Nick's Fish House and Grill

    2600 Insulator Drive Baltimore, MD 21230 United States - Phone: +1 410 347 4123
    Nick's Fish House is a family owned restaurant that features all you would expect from Baltimore seafood. Choose from traditional dishes like fish and chips or sample more exotic favorites such as Pan-Seared Rockfish or San Francisco Style Cioppino. Nick's is also home to a dance floor where a DJ plays several nights a week. See their website for information on nightly specials.
  • Rusty Scupper

    402 Key Highway Baltimore, MD 21230 United States - Phone: +1 410 727 3678
    The Rusty Scupper is a dynamic seafood restaurant located on the waterfront providing a breathtaking view of the Harborplace and Fells Point. There is live piano entertainment to add a little romance to this exquisite eatery. The Rusty Scupper offers lunch, dinner, and Sunday brunch.
  • Medieval Times

    7000 Arundel Mills Circle Hanover, MD 21076 United States - Phone: +1 443 755 0011
    Take a trip back in time and enjoy all the pleasures of Medieval life at the Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament. Their two-hour live dinner show in a 1000 seat arena features jousting, courtly love, knights, and damsels in distress. Dinners include hearty classics such as potatoes, soup, and roasted chicken and spare ribs. See their website for reservation information.
  • Blue Agave

    1032 Light Street Baltimore, MD 21230 United States - Phone: +1 410 576 3938
    Mexican charm in Baltimore is alive and well at the Blue Agave Restaurante Y Taquilera. Try its creative dishes made from roasted squash, corn and carrots. Their full dessert menu and signature margaritas make this a popular dining venue throughout the week. Serving over 130 varieties of tequila, sauces and dips made fresh daily, and food prepared from only the freshest of ingredients, a meal at Blue Agave is sure to treat your tastebuds to the explosive flavors of Mexico. See their website for information on happy hour specials and prices.
  • Orioles Grille & Bar

    300 South Charles Street Baltimore, MD 21201 United States - Phone: +1 410 962 8300
    A relaxed atmosphere in the Sheraton Inner Harbor Hotel, the Orioles Grille celebrates Baltimore's beloved baseball team. Walls are filled with artwork and autographed jerseys from all of the Hall of Fame Oriole players. While checking out the sports memorabilia, enjoy a filling breakfast, lunch or dinner after watching the chef prepare your meal in an exhibition kitchen. Choose from a variety of traditional local and regional cuisine. To get in on the real sporting action, hop over to Orioles Grille Bar and watch your favorite sporting event on the wall-to-wall television.
  • Bo Brooks Crab House

    2701 Boston Street Baltimore, MD 21224 United States - Phone: +1 410 558 0202
    If crabs are your forte, then Bo Brooks Crab House is a must. From Bo's traditional Steamers to innovative dishes like crab quesadillas, cream of crab soup and Bo's crab fluff which is actually a crab cake dipped in homemade beer batter. Bo's features the best of Baltimore seafood. For further details, visit their website.
  • Fleming's

    720 Aliceanna Street Baltimore, MD 21202 United States - Phone: +1 410 332 1666
    An award-winning restaurant and wine bar with locations throughout the country, Fleming's brings sophisticated and contemporary dining to the Harbor East area of Baltimore. The menu offers choices from prime beef and fresh seafood to a variety of salads, sides, appetizers and desserts. Start off your meal with stuffed field artichoke, wicked cajun barbecue shrimp or tenderloin carpaccio. For the meat lovers, choose from the finest in USDA Prime beef with entrees including filet mignon, beef flemington and Australian lamb chops. Fleming's also has a list of 100 wines, all available by the glass to complement the perfect steak or seafood dish.
  • Amicci's

    231 South High Street Baltimore, MD 21202 United States - Phone: +1 410 528 1096
    This restaurant is classic Italian at its best. Amicci's is reasonably priced and you won't go home hungry. With lots on the menu to choose from like baked penne, chicken marsala and shrimp cacciatore, they didn't leave out any of the favorites. There's even a vegetarian section on the menu to keep everyone happy. Amicci's also handles large groups and catering. The full bar complements the lavish course served here.
  • McCormick & Schmick's Seafood Restaurants

    711 Eastern Avenue Baltimore, MD 21202 United States - Phone: +1 410 234 1300
    For the best seafood in Baltimore, go to McCormick and Schmick's Seafood Restaurant located on Pier 5, for the richest and finest seafood specialties. It offers almost every type of fresh fish served daily such as Maine lobster, California king salmon and Rhode Island squid. Guests can order non-seafood items for appetizers, soups and salads. The cream of chicken and caesar salad are among the favorites. M&S is open for both lunch and dinner. Reservations are advisable.
  • L.P. Steamers

    1100 East Fort Avenue Baltimore, MD 21230 United States - Phone: +1 410 576 9294
    Crab-lovers only! Get them steamed, fried, or even raw. L.P. Steamers has every kind of crab you could possibly want. And if you brought the kids, don't worry, they also have chicken, burgers and grilled cheese. There is also a 'crab deck' for rooftop dining. Sip on an ice cold beer while you're enjoying the fresh air on the crab deck. The atmosphere here is friendly and inviting. 
  • Red Lobster

    8019 Honeygo Boulevard Nottingham, MD 21236 United States - Phone: +1 410 931 6372
    If you have a hankering for seafood this is the place to go. Red Lobster has a wide variety of good eats for the whole family. Various appetizers, special entrees, drinks and desserts ensure a menu with something for just about anybody. Lunch and dinner menus include shrimp, soups and salads, seafood platters, chicken, steak and pasta. For calorie-counters, choose from the LightHouse Menu, which highlights dishes that won't cause you to tip the scales. A Kid's Menu is available with fine fare for the little ones like chicken fingers and mac & cheese. Be sure to save room for a scrumptious dessert. Gift Cards are available as a great gift for the seafood lover.
  • Red Lobster

    3 Restaurant Park Drive Owings Mills, MD 21117 United States - Phone: +1 410 902 8420
    If you have a hankering for seafood this is the place to go. Red Lobster has a wide variety of good eats for the whole family. Various appetizers, special entrees, drinks and desserts ensure a menu with something for just about anybody. Lunch and dinner menus include shrimp, soups and salads, seafood platters, chicken, steak and pasta. For calorie-counters, choose from the LightHouse Menu, which highlights dishes that won't cause you to tip the scales. A Kid's Menu is available with fine fare for the little ones like chicken fingers and mac & cheese. Be sure to save room for a scrumptious dessert. Gift Cards are available as a great gift for the seafood lover.
  • Red Lobster

    9011 Snowden Square Drive Columbia, MD 21046 United States - Phone: +1 410 290 1677
    If you have a hankering for seafood this is the place to go. Red Lobster has a wide variety of good eats for the whole family. Various appetizers, special entrees, drinks and desserts ensure a menu with something for just about anybody. Lunch and dinner menus include shrimp, soups and salads, seafood platters, chicken, steak and pasta. For calorie-counters, choose from the LightHouse Menu, which highlights dishes that won't cause you to tip the scales. A Kid's Menu is available with fine fare for the little ones like chicken fingers and mac & cheese. Be sure to save room for a scrumptious dessert. Gift Cards are available as a great gift for the seafood lover.
  • Red Lobster

    14368 Baltimore Avenue Laurel, MD 20707 United States - Phone: +1 410 490 0191
    If you have a hankering for seafood this is the place to go. Red Lobster has a wide variety of good eats for the whole family. Various appetizers, special entrees, drinks and desserts ensure a menu with something for just about anybody. Lunch and dinner menus include shrimp, soups and salads, seafood platters, chicken, steak and pasta. For calorie-counters, choose from the LightHouse Menu, which highlights dishes that won't cause you to tip the scales. A Kid's Menu is available with fine fare for the little ones like chicken fingers and mac & cheese. Be sure to save room for a scrumptious dessert. Gift Cards are available as a great gift for the seafood lover.
  • Olive Garden

    8245 Perry Hall Boulevard Baltimore, MD 21236 United States - Phone: +1 410 931 3316
    Olive Garden serves up authentic Italian cuisine. Their signature bread sticks and one-of-a-kind menu make them an American icon. Standard Italian options like bruchetta, calamari, ravioli and eggplant parmigiana line their lengthy menu. More exotic items like salmon, chicken dishes and innovative pizzas are also available. For the calorie-counter, Olive Garden has a range of low fat and low carbohydrate options. The bottomless salads ensure a well-balanced feast. Enjoy your meal with a bottle from their extensive wine list or one of their tropical island drinks. Finally, top it all off with a little something from their dessert menu- their cakes, custards and ice creams are sure to win you over. Lunch and take out menus are available.
  • Olive Garden

    4101 Towne Center Boulevard Bowie, MD 20716 United States - Phone: +1 301 262 4769
    Olive Garden serves up authentic Italian cuisine. Their signature bread sticks and one-of-a-kind menu make them an American icon. Standard Italian options like bruchetta, calamari, ravioli and eggplant parmigiana line their lengthy menu. More exotic items like salmon, chicken dishes and innovative pizzas are also available. For the calorie-counter, Olive Garden has a range of low fat and low carbohydrate options. The bottomless salads ensure a well-balanced feast. Enjoy your meal with a bottle from their extensive wine list or one of their tropical island drinks. Finally, top it all off with a little something from their dessert menu—their cakes, custards and ice creams are sure to win you over. Lunch and take out menus are available.
  • Olive Garden

    8315 Benson Drive Columbia, MD 21045 United States - Phone: +1 410 290 0040
    Olive Garden serves up authentic Italian cuisine. Their signature bread sticks and one-of-a-kind menu make them an American icon. Standard Italian options like bruchetta, calamari, ravioli and eggplant parmigiana line their lengthy menu. More exotic items like salmon, chicken dishes and innovative pizzas are also available. For the calorie-counter, Olive Garden has a range of low fat and low carbohydrate options. The bottomless salads ensure a well-balanced feast. Enjoy your meal with a bottle from their extensive wine list or one of their tropical island drinks. Finally, top it all off with a little something from their dessert menu- their cakes, custards and ice creams are sure to win you over. Lunch and take out menus are available.
  • Olive Garden

    14650 Baltimore Avenue Laurel, MD 20707 United States - Phone: +1 301 498 0881
    Olive Garden serves up authentic Italian cuisine. Their signature bread sticks and one-of-a-kind menu make them an American icon. Standard Italian options like bruchetta, calamari, ravioli and eggplant parmigiana line their lengthy menu. More exotic items like salmon, chicken dishes and innovative pizzas are also available. For the calorie-counter, Olive Garden has a range of low fat and low carbohydrate options. The bottomless salads ensure a well-balanced feast. Enjoy your meal with a bottle from their extensive wine list or one of their tropical island drinks. Finally, top it all off with a little something from their dessert menu- their cakes, custards and ice creams are sure to win you over. Lunch and take out menus are available.
  • Olive Garden

    2316 North Salisbury Boulevard Salisbury, MD 21801 United States - Phone: +1 410 548 3070
    Olive Garden serves up authentic Italian cuisine. Their signature bread sticks and one-of-a-kind menu make them an American icon. Standard Italian options like bruchetta, calamari, ravioli and eggplant parmigiana line their lengthy menu. More exotic items like salmon, chicken dishes and innovative pizzas are also available. For the calorie-counter, Olive Garden has a range of low fat and low carbohydrate options. The bottomless salads ensure a well-balanced feast. Enjoy your meal with a bottle from their extensive wine list or one of their tropical island drinks. Finally, top it all off with a little something from their dessert menu- their cakes, custards and ice creams are sure to win you over. Lunch and take out menus are available.
  • Olive Garden

    500 Gorsuch Road Westminster, MD 21157 United States - Phone: +1 410 871 0841
    Olive Garden serves up authentic Italian cuisine. Their signature bread sticks and one-of-a-kind menu make them an American icon. Standard Italian options like bruchetta, calamari, ravioli and eggplant parmigiana line their lengthy menu. More exotic items like salmon, chicken dishes and innovative pizzas are also available. For the calorie-counter, Olive Garden has a range of low fat and low carbohydrate options. The bottomless salads ensure a well-balanced feast. Enjoy your meal with a bottle from their extensive wine list or one of their tropical island drinks. Finally, top it all off with a little something from their dessert menu- their cakes, custards and ice creams are sure to win you over. Lunch and take out menus are available.
  • Bahama Breeze

    100 East Joppa Road Towson, MD 21286 United States - Phone: +1 410 821 7090
    For a taste of the Islands most flavorful cuisine, try Bahama Breeze. One of the nation's leading Caribbean-inspired restaurants, Bahama Breeze has tropical atmosphere, high ceilings, rich woods and palm tree decor. Its relaxing Island getaway with innovative foods and exotic drinks freshly confected are made to order. You can expect bold and spicy flavors with each meal presented in a way that is as eye-catching as it is appetizing. With more than 50 brands of beer by the bottle, island-style drinks with plenty of fresh squeezed juice, you will be sure to slake your thirst. The Bahamarita, Bahama's signature frozen margarita, is a must. Bahama Breeze is just the ticket for singles, couples, families or even a business lunch.
  • Smokey Bones Barbeque & Grill

    15209 Major Landsdale Boulevard Bowie, MD 20716 United States - Phone: +1 301 809 6755
    If you're craving good old fashioned BBQ, ease on down to Smokey Bones Barbeque and Grill. Combining authentic American cuisine and a cozy, mountain lodge atmosphere, Smokey Bones is the perfect place to satisfy a big appetite. According to legend, this smoker produces some of the best BBQ in town! Try their award-winning Smoked St. Louis-style ribs, hand pulled pork or slow-roasted chicken drenched in their signature BBQ sauce for a delicious meal. Be sure to save room for one of their decadent desserts such as chocolate peanut butter pie, zpple cobbler a la mode and chocolate fudge cake. Draft and bottled beer, cocktails and blended drinks are available.
  • Mud & Metal

    1121 West 36th Street Baltimore, MD 21211 United States - Phone: +1 410 467 8698
    There are plenty of gift shops in town that offer Orioles caps and stuffed crabs, but for a souvenir that's uniquely Baltimorean, this is the place to shop. The handcrafted art objects for sale in this small gallery perfectly capture the quirky essence of Baltimore's whimsical, yet edgy, decorative arts scene. Here you'll find giant insects carved from telephone poles, fish with tin-can scales, plenty of very affordable jewelry, pottery and distinctive knickknacks. Nothing says 'Baltimore' like a beehive hairdo refrigerator magnet.
  • Harborplace & The Gallery

    201 East Pratt Street Baltimore, MD 21202 United States - Phone: +1 410 332 4191
    Located at the water's edge, Harborplace and the Gallery consists of two glass-enclosed pavilions, Light Street and Pratt Street. The twin, bi-level marketplaces offer a variety of 16 different restaurants and 40 small, carry-out eateries. Highlights include the Capital City Brewing Company, City Lights Seafood, with outdoor seating overlooking the harbor, the Cheesecake Factory and Planet Hollywood. For the shopaholics there are around 101 specialty shops. A city park between the pavilions is often the site of free entertainment, including musicians, jugglers and clowns.
  • Sound Garden

    1616 Thames Street Baltimore, MD 21231 United States - Phone: +1 410 563 9011
    This eclectic music shop in the heart of Baltimore's historic Fells Point neighborhood, offers a great selection of new and used compact discs. You might not always find what you're looking for, but it's a good bet you'll leave with something. Sound Garden also scores points for its well-organized selection. You'll probably never have to ask for help in your search for a particular genre, but if questions do arise, the friendly sales staff is more than happy to assist.
  • Wine Source

    3601 Elm Avenue Baltimore, MD 21211 United States - Phone: +1 410 467 7777
    Though it's a bit of a drive from downtown, original Rotunda Wine & Spirits is now The Wine Source and worth the effort. This fine wine shop is located in a small mall near Johns Hopkins University and neighbors a small movie theater (usually showing foreign or respected new films), bookstore and small shops. You'll find plenty of special occasion wines at affordable prices. The clerks here love what they do and they're only too happy to educate you about wine.
  • Broadway Market

    1640-41 Aliceanna Street Baltimore, MD 21231 United States
    Founded in the 1780s before Baltimore was even chartered as a city, this market continues to thrive as one of the city's more accessible markets. Visitors will find a plethora of fresh fruits and vegetables, baked goods, meats, seafood, as well as prepared foods and drinks. Over the years, the vendors' sheds have been reconstructed. At one time, they extended all the way to the waterfront. Not anymore. Today, the market is self-contained.
  • Cross Street Market

    1065 South Charles Street Baltimore, MD 21230 United States - Phone: +1 410 659 7300
    Since 1845, Cross Street Market has been a vital part of the Federal Hill community. The present structure, built in 1952, is home to 28 vendors, selling everything from cheese to tobacco, donuts to health foods. In addition to fresh food, merchants also have prepared foods available, perfect for a picnic or day trip. For those who enjoy raw clams and oysters, the raw bar here simply can't be beat for freshness or atmosphere.
  • Lexington Market

    400 West Lexington Street Baltimore, MD 21201 United States - Phone: +1 410 685 6169
    Fresh meats, seafood and fruits, as well as baked goods, kosher-style corned beef and an array of international dishes can be found among the dozens of vendors at Lexington Market. The aromas and the variety of shoppers who flock to this 200-year-old market make for a colorful morning or afternoon visit. A food court surrounds a large stage, where events are held year round. Circus elephants visit the market in March, a crab race marks Preakness in May and an ice cream festival is held in July.
  • Light Street Cycles

    1124 Light Street Baltimore, MD 21230 United States - Phone: +1 410 685 2234
    Avid cyclists will find whatever they need at Light Street Cycles, the bicycle shop most convenient to the Inner Harbor and downtown. In addition to offering a nice selection of road and mountain bikes not to mention equipment and accessories,  the store offers repairs and rents bicycles, as well. You'll also find last year's bicycle fashions at big discounts. The staff is friendly and will meet all of your needs. Light Street Cycles is the best downtown shop to visit, buy or rent a bike from while visiting this fair 'inner-harbor' city.
  • Hometown Girl Inc

    1001 West 36th Street Baltimore, MD 21211 United States - Phone: +1 410 662 4438
    This Hampden gift shop perfectly captures the commingling of traditional blue-collar values and the offbeat that wonderful Baltimore attitude celebrated in the films of director (and Baltimorean) John Waters. You'll find miniature hand-painted window screens (screen painting is a traditional Baltimore craft) and local cuisine cookbooks alongside plastic beehive-hairdo hats and Orioles checkers. If you want to take home a real piece of Charm City, this is the place to shop. Call for opening hours.
  • Minas Gallery & Boutique

    815 West 36th Street Baltimore, MD 21211 United States - Phone: +1 410 732 4258
    This charming gallery in the historic waterfront neighborhood of Fells Point offers an odd assortment of items, from vintage clothing to used paperbacks and second-hand compact discs and cassettes. If you're looking for an inexpensive knickknack or local artwork, this is the place to visit. Poets and local authors often give readings here, and their work is displayed on the walls. Exhibits change frequently, so call in advance to find out whose work is on display.
  • Antique Row Stalls

    809 North Howard Street Baltimore, MD 21201 United States - Phone: +1 410 728 6363
    If you're looking for a gently used antique treasure, look no further than this collection of 75 shops. Antique Row, affectionately called The Avenue of the Arts by those in-the-know, offers a wide range of relics to rummage through. You'll find classic furniture and accessories, the type found at estate sales and auctions. Expect to find ornate mahogany picture frames and oak furniture. Some shopkeepers offer specialized services, such as restoration and gilding.
  • Saint Bede's Books

    4 East University Parkway Baltimore, MD 21218 United States - Phone: +1 410 243 1727
    Located on the parish grounds of the Cathedral of the Incarnation, one of the city's most venerable religious shrines, this tiny Charles Village bookstore is a treasure house of religious tomes. The shelves here are literally stuffed with a wide range of new ecumenical titles, including feminist-oriented volumes and books on mysticism, as well as those on various forms of Christianity and other religions. If you can't find the title you seek, they'll be happy to order it, and you can also join their mailing list. Call for opening hours.
  • 9th Life

    833 West 36th Street Baltimore, MD 21231 United States - Phone: +1 410 534 9999
    This tiny store offers great 1970s kitsch, from handmade bags and wallets to stickers and artsy hair accessories. You'll also find an assortment of Japanese gifts, from handmade paper to bonsai trees. Although this favorite in the historic waterfront neighborhood of Fells Point offers a great selection of items to satisfy your need for Retro goods, its aisles are narrow and filled to the brim. Be prepared to browse slowly and navigate wisely.
  • 19th Century Shop

    1047 Hollins Street Baltimore, MD 21223 United States - Phone: +1 410 727 2665
    This cozy bookshop caters to wealthy collectors. As the name implies, you'll find books and manuscripts from the 1800s. There's also a selection of works by H.L. Mencken and Edgar Allan Poe, as well as rare copies of works by Robert Browning and Lewis Carroll. The shop specializes in offering first edition copies of books by this century's notable authors, including Henry Miller and J.D. Salinger. The shop also offers other items of historical interest. A recent offering: textile samples from the 1770s and 1780s. The store welcomes visitors by appointment.
  • Atomic Books

    3620 Falls Road Baltimore, MD 21211 United States - Phone: +1 410 662 4444
    “Literary Finds for Mutated Minds.” This is the sign that welcomes visitors to this bookshop, a haven for counter-culture fans and would-be revolutionaries. The store's inventory includes comic books, magazines on conspiracy theories and body art, and B-film videos. You'll also find an odd collection of action figures, from Ozzy Osbourne to Kiss, and plastic replicas of Van Gogh's ear.
  • Kelmscott Book Shop

    32 West 25th Street Baltimore, MD 21218 United States - Phone: +1 410 235 6810
    Although you'll find everything from cookbooks to travel guides here, this store specializes in old, rare and used books by well-known authors. If you're looking for a first edition or collectible book, this is the place to come. This four-story shop boasts some 85,000 titles, including a first edition of Moby Dick and relics from as far back as the 15th Century. The shop encourages browsing and offers something for every budget, from half-price paperbacks to rare and costly books.
  • Killer Trash

    602 South Broadway Baltimore, MD 21231 United States - Phone: +1 410 675 2449
    This small shop offers an amazing amount of goodies, from costume jewelry to Hawaiian shirts and funky home accessories. If you're in the market for fiesta ware or retro gear, this is the place to visit. The prices are affordable and the racks are overflowing. But be prepared to do some serious hunting. Finding the treasure, often buried beneath piles of junk that dates to the 1950s, is no easy task.
  • Di Pasquale's Italian Marketplace, Deli & Caterer

    3700 Gough Street Baltimore, MD 21224 United States - Phone: +1 410 276 6787
    Although you'll find a small seating area, Di Pasquale is not truly a restaurant. At heart, it's a gourmet grocery store and deli that specializes in Italian fare. Tempt your taste buds with a slice of Vegetarian Lasagna or the Stuffed Shells. For an extra treat, consider buying a bottle of red wine. A long wine list and wide selection of specialty liquors are offered here. Prices at this Highlandtown favorite are reasonable.
  • Reptilian Records

    2545 North Howard Street Baltimore, MD 21218 United States - Phone: +1 410 327 6853
    This small record shop in the historic Fells Point neighborhood specializes in independent and underground records and compact discs. You'll find new titles as well as a pretty good selection of deeply discounted used compact discs. The owner Chris is usually around, greeting his many loyal patrons. Over the years, Reptilians has earned a reputation for supporting local musicians and underground talent. If you want to know about upcoming shows, this is the place to call.
  • Children's Bookstore

    737 Deepdene Road Baltimore, MD 21210 United States - Phone: +1 410 532 2000
    This cozy bookstore, in an old-fashioned shopping area off Roland Avenue, offers hardcover and soft cover books for children of all ages. If you're in the market for a 'Pat the Bunny' soft-cloth book or one of Harry Potter's great adventures, this is the place to go. The store also carries a small selection of reading-related items, including stuffed animals, puppets, audio tapes and bookmarks. If you have trouble selecting the perfect item, rely on the friendly and knowledgeable staff.
  • Normal's Books & Records

    425 East 31st Street Baltimore, MD 21218 United States - Phone: +1 410 243 6888
    Normal's Books & Records shop offers a vast collection of small/regional press publications and second-hand titles. The inventory includes an impressive fiction and poetry section and children's books. You'll also find art books for the coffee table, and titles that cover a range of topics from African American culture to Zen. The store also stocks a large selection of records, compact discs, 45s and videos. The owners, a group of four men, also provide information on poetry readings and alternative music.
  • Arundel Mills

    7000 Arundel Mills Circle Hanover, MD 21076 United States - Phone: +1 410 540 5100
    Find anything and everything you need at Arundel Mills from the top fashions to the best restaurants and state-of-the art movie theater. They've got Kenneth Cole, F.Y.E., H&M, and even a Starbucks to keep you going. Whether you're looking for that perfect gift, or a treat for yourself, this is the place to indulge. With hundreds of stores, they're sure to have what you're searching for—the hardest part will be leaving!
  • Owings Mills Mall

    10300 Mill Run Circle Owings Mills, MD 21117 United States - Phone: +1 410 363 7000
    Owings Mills Mall is a magnet for consumers looking for anything their hearts desire. With over 100 retailers, there is something for every family member. You can find housewares, gifts, jewelry, clothing—nearly everything under the sun. JCPenny, Hecht's and Macy's are the major department stores, and a walk between them will take you past Forever 21, Body Basics, a food court, and a myriad of other temptations.
  • Hagerstown Prime Outlets

    495 Prime Outlets Boulevard Hagerstown, MD 21740 United States - Phone: +1 301 790 0300
    Located 70 miles northwest of Baltimore, the Prime Outlets at Hagerstown offers upscale outlet shopping with an impressive collection of 100 designer and name brand outlet stores. Enjoy savings every day. Stores include Banana Republic, Coach, Harry & David, Puma, L.L. Bean, Gap, Tommy Hilfiger, Polo Ralph Lauren, Eddie Bauer and many more.
  • Mall In Columbia

    10300 Little Patuxent Parkway Columbia, MD 21044 United States - Phone: +1 410 730 3300
    Mall In Columbia is a shopping experience with something for everyone, including Lord & Taylor and Nordstrom's department stores, Crabtree & Evelyn, Eddie Bauer and GameStop. The AMC Theaters, food court, and restaurants including Champ's, PF Chang's, and Pizzeria Uno provide a relaxing respite from shopping when you need it.
  • White Marsh Mall

    8200 Perry Hall Boulevard Nottingham, MD 21236 United States - Phone: +1 410 931 7100
    Shop till you drop at this mall, which includes Macy's and Hecht's department stores and affordable home-furnishing store IKEA. For hungry shoppers, the food court includes temptations such as Friendly's, Auntie Anne's pretzels and Orange Julius to tide you over while you peruse H&M or Helzberg Diamonds.
  • Book Escape

    805 Light Street Baltimore, MD 21230 United States - Phone: +1 410 576 8885
    This independent book shop, the Book Escape, houses a huge selection of new and used books at the lowest prices. The neatly-shelved and sensibly-organized stock is complemented by comfortable chairs for relaxing and perusing before you buy. Their frequently displayed specials make your visit worth all the efforts you take.
  • Sandarac Gallery

    220 West Read Street Baltimore, MD 21201 United States - Phone: +1 410 625 9993
    Come to the Sandarac Gallery that hosts a unique collection of contemporary and ethnic arts and crafts from all over the world. The Gallery includes a variety of ceramics, jewelry, fabrics and antiques, particularly from Asia and the Middle East. American art also finds place on the shelves of Sandarac Gallery. This fantastic gallery rents as well as sells art and selected crafts.
  • Patrick Sutton Associates

    1000 Light Street Baltimore, MD 21230 United States - Phone: +1 410 783 1500
    This home store, an offspring of renowned local architecture and interior design firm Patrick Sutton Associates, has everything a well-decorated home could need. A wonderful place to buy housewarming gifts or items for your own home such as scented candles, beautiful throws and luxurious linens.
  • Security Square Mall

    6901 Security Boulevard Baltimore, MD 21244 United States - Phone: +1 410 265 6000
    With highlights like Tokyo Seafood Buffet, Seoul Plaza and the AMC Theaters, which shopper could resist a visit to this non-run-of-the-mall? Get bundled up for winter at Burlington Coat Factory or ready for the big game at Raven's Sports Goods. Food options are plentiful with such tasty treats as Checkers and Bubble Tea & Slushy World. For further details check the website.
  • Another Period In Time

    1708 Fleet Street Baltimore, MD 21231 United States - Phone: +1 410 675 4776
    While in Baltimore, you must check out the beautiful antiques at Another Period In Time. Around 15 different dealers display their goods at the various shops and emporiums located here. The Fells Point Antique Dealers Association presents you with all kinds of antiques. Whatever you're searching for, whether it's jewelry or furniture, you'll find it all here. Select a piece of classic furniture to adorn your drawing room or pick up a beautiful bracelet for a loved one. Try to avoid getting spellbound!
  • Mazer's Harbor Jewelers

    29 Light Street Baltimore, MD 21202 United States - Phone: +1 410 685 4667 / +1 410 547 1933
    Mazer's Harbor Jewelers offers the best of gold, platinum and silver jewelry, watches, accessories, and diamonds in Baltimore. You can get your jewelry traded, appraised or mended here. You can check out the latest designs or even customize your jewelry at Mazer's, making it a great place to buy gifts for loved ones. The service is obliging and quick, and discounts are offered from time to time.
  • Antique Center At Federal Hill

    1220 Key Highway Baltimore, MD 21230 United States - Phone: +1 410 625 0182
    If antiques are your craze, then a visit to this store will only intensify it. Spread over an area of more than 10,000 square feet, it is a fantastic display of unique and rare artworks. Porcelain, furnishings, silver, clocks and lots more adorn the interiors. More than 30 top dealers showcase their collections here. Come and get an insight into the rich designs and styles of yesteryear, and learn of past artistic tradition.
  • Fells Point Surf Company

    1631 Thames Street Baltimore, MD 21231 United States - Phone: +1 410 276 7873
    Hey all you surfers, head to this happening spot for all your sport needs! Fells Point Surf Company is 'the' place to be in when it comes to shopping for the latest sport accessories and clothing. And surfing is not the only sport it caters to—skiing and skating gear is also available. Come loaded with cash, as you might not be able to resist buying some of the stuff. So next time, along with your moves, go ahead and flaunt some of the latest in sports gear.
  • Queenstown Prime Outlets

    441 Outlet Center Drive Queenstown, MD 21658 United States - Phone: +1 410 827 8699
    Located 50 miles southeast of Baltimore, the Prime Outlets at Queenstown offers upscale outlet shopping with an impressive collection of 65 designer and name brand outlet stores. Enjoy savings of 25% to 65% every day. Stores include Banana Republic, Coach, Harry & David, Puma, L.L. Bean, Gap, Pepperidge Farm, Polo Ralph Lauren, Adidas, Quiksilver, Kate Spade, L.L. Bean, Eddie Bauer and many more. Store hours may vary during sales, please visit the website for more information.
  • Urban Chic

    811 Aliceanna Street Baltimore, MD 21202 United States - Phone: +1 410 685 1601
    Being the maiden Urban Chic store, the Baltimore outlet has its entire catalog of clothes of men, women and children along with shoes, unlike its Washington counterpart. More items to offer automatically leads to a larger crowd coming in and subsequent increase in praises. With over 50 designers on store, variety has always been paramount. Everything from casuals to formals have a mix of influences from established designers as well as upcoming and talented ones. Hence, it grows quite impossible to unearth all that is on offer in one visit. So, make use of the fact that it is open all seven days to get that dress which you know will leave many a jaws dropping!
  • Mondawmin Mall

    2401 Liberty Heights Avenue Baltimore, MD 21215 United States - Phone: +1 410 523 1534
    Mondawmin Mall is one popular place to shop, eat and be entertained at. The mall was built 50 years ago and was one of the first ones to have such a range of facilities. Over the years the mall has added thousands of square feet to its existing retailing space. Apart from shopping and dining a variety of fun events also take place here, which make the mall a great place to hang out in.
  • Barnes & Noble Johns Hopkins Bookstore

    3330 Saint Paul Street Baltimore, MD 21218 United States - Phone: +1 410 662 5850
    This huge Barnes and Noble, located on the John Hopkins University campus caters largely to students, but also has plenty to offer the general public as well. A huge selection of books is available in-store and if you can't find what you want, the staff will be only too happy to order it in for you. For students, there is a special textbook ordering service available. Also, check the website for details of upcoming events, as many famed authors and academics have done signings and readings at this store. 
  • Jones & Jones

    84 Village Square Baltimore, MD 21210 United States - Phone: +1 410 532 9645
    Established in 1970, Jones & Jones is a Baltimore institution for everything fashionable and a prime haunt of the fashionistas. With a keen sense of style and a bevy of designers, the boutique is the place to check out the season's latest trends. It doesn't end there, the extremely knowledgeable staff are experts at customizing and will engineer the perfect outfit for you. The selection of bags and jewelery to complement your outfit is equally good.
  • Ma Petite Shoe

    832 West 36th Street Baltimore, MD 21211 United States - Phone: +1 410 235 3442
    Tired of the repetitive choices in shoes? Head to Ma Petite Shoe for some of the freshest designs, some even bordering on offbeat. The boutique offers a rather unique combination of fantastic shoes and artisan chocolates. The boutique sources from new designers and offers a superb choice in styles and designs. The chocolates serve as the cherry on top for this one-of-a-kind shop.
  • Lucinda Gallery & Gifts

    929 South Charles Street Baltimore, MD 21230 United States - Phone: +1 410 727 2782
    Lucinda Gallery & Gifts specializes in showcasing art by local artists. You'll find a wide range of products for sale, including prints, handmade stationery, jewelry, ceramics and accessories. The gallery frequently hosts events with live music and refreshments. Please note: they are only open on the weekends and on the first Thursday of each month.
  • Conrad's Crabs

    1720 East Joppa Road Parkville, MD 21234 United States - Phone: +1 410 882 1515
    Look no further than Conrad's Crabs for the freshest seafood in the region. An eclectic seafood market and restaurant, Conrad's started operations in 2007 when owner Anthony Conrad took a turn from supplying freshly caught seafood to opening up his own crab house. In just a few years, the establishment has become a popular place. The food menu offers a delightful choice of seafood with crabs being the obvious specialty. Entree selections include Backfin Crab Cake, fried hard crabs as well as the Crab Imperial. For lighter appetites, there's a selection of seafood sandwiches and a raw bar as well. Bring the seafood delights to your private party with the catering service on offer. Check website for more.
  • Sixteen Tons

    1100 West 36th Street Baltimore, MD United States - Phone: +1 410 554 0101
    This is one place where 'It's a man's world' would truly be an apt statement. Going beyond the usual options for men, Sixteen Tons offers a delightful mix of the old and the new. From vintage clothing and accessories to style statements that have stood the test of time, the store's eclectic selection is unique and doesn't stop at just clothing. The collection includes grooming products, bags, shoes and much more. A must-visit for every style-conscious man.
  • Historic Savage Mill

    8600 Foundry Street Savage, MD 20763 United States - Phone: +1 410 792 2820 / +1 800 788 6455
    The Savage Mill stands as one among the most monumental complexes in Maryland. It is a historic cotton mill site and is more accurately situated at Savage in Maryland. The site was brilliantly constructed in 1816 by an unknown architect. The site has tremendous monumental value and more, due to the reputed status of the mill that was started in 1820. Even today, it ably stands as a vital early-19th century landmark and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. 
  • Caroline's Cakes

    1580 Whitehall Road Annapolis, MD 21401 United States - Phone: +1 888 801 2253 / +1 410 349 2212
    Located on Whitehall Road in Annapolis, Caroline's Cakes is a legendary bakery that has a wide-spread reputation of baking killer layer cakes. Best known for their caramel cakes, their most popular order for weddings, they also have mail order service; so you don't have to be in Annapolis to relish one of their magnificent delicacies. Featured on several national and international television shows, Caroline's Cakes is a must visit if you have the proverbial sweet tooth.
  • Historic Downtown Frederick(Antique Shopping)

    Historic Downtown Frederick Frederick, MD 21701 United States - Phone: +1 301 698 8118
    The Historic Downtown of Frederick is a haven for antique hunters looking for something special. Here you will find a number of independently owned shops clustered around these historic streets. The store owners take great pride in carefully choosing their inventories and stocking only the best; a quality that is often lost in department and chain stores. So whether you are looking for something rare, eccentric, or simply beautiful come down to Frederick's Historic Downtown and take home a piece of history for yourself.
  • Westview Promenade

    5223 Buckeystown Pike Frederick, MD 21704 United States - Phone: +1 410 561 1300
    Westview Promenade is a wonderful shopping mall located at the Buckeystown Pike. This is a great spot where one can find exciting shopping places as well as entertainment options for the whole family. Shopping options like Coldwater Creek, Leisure Fitness, MOM’S Organic Market, Soma Intimates adorn the mall. In addition, the place also has the Nuvo Salon & Spa and an exclusive nail spa. Regal Westview Stadium 16 is also housed inside the Westview Promenade and an abundant supply of refreshments are available at restaurants and cafes that line the mall. 
  • Plato's Closet

    5100 Buckeystown Pike Frederick, MD 21704 United States - Phone: +1 301 644 1190
    A wide collection of clothes await you at the Plato's Closet. Here, you are bound to find something that will make your heart sing and budget smile. Though, the clothes that they carry are a bit inclined towards teenagers, it is possible to find something for everyone here. And their prices are sure to lure you into picking up at least a piece or two. Those clothes that hang in your closet and are barely used? Get them here and sell them at decent prices. So it's a win-win situation at Plato's Closet. Apart from clothes; shoes and accessories also adorn the racks of Plato's Closet.
  • Jeffrey West Designs

    121 Oberlin Circle Frederick, MD 21703 United States - Phone: +1 301 663 4658
    Your dream home is not perfect till the time it is adorned with wonderful fabrics that add an element of marvel and Jeffrey West Designs is the spot where you will find all your supplies. The place is popular in Frederick for their beautiful collection of draperies and other home-decor ensembles. They also have a vast collection of pleated, shade, vertical and wall masterpieces; both traditional and modern. Accessories and other home decor supplies can also be found here.
  • Francis Scott Key Mall

    5500 Buckeystown Pike Frederick, MD 21703 United States - Phone: +1 301 662 5151
    Francis Scott Key Mall opened in 1978 and has been around since then, gaining importance as one of the oldest malls in Frederick. Brands like Barnes & Noble, Macy's, Victoria's Secrets, Foot Locker, Hallmark, etc adorn the floors of Francis Scott Key Mall making it a haunt for young and old alike. After your shopping escapade, if you get tired, various restaurants and cafes come to your rescue, so that you can fuel yourself and begin shopping again! If you are in Frederick, a visit to the Francis Scott Key Mall is must, not only for shopping but also because the place is more like a local attraction today. 
  • MOM's Organic Market

    5273 Buckeystown Pike Frederick, MD 21703 United States - Phone: +1 240 566 1444
    MOM's Organic Market has varieties of meat and produce sections, they also sell baked goods and other food items. MOM's is a great spot for those having dietary preferences and gluten intolerance. The layout of the store provides ease and convenience in browsing and complimentary hot chocolate or coffee makes your experience even more pleasurable. The staff is highly efficient and very friendly too, you can rely on them in helping you find the desired products.
  • Men's Wearhouse

    5461 Urbana Pike Frederick, MD 21704 United States - Phone: +1 301 668 5724
    Men's Wearhouse has been successfully dressing men all around America for a long time now. From suits to basic casuals, shoes, accessories and more, everything on their racks is targeted towards those men, who put a lot a thought into their everyday attire. Irrespective of the occasion, at Men's Wearhouse you can put together an ideal look for yourself. Ladies, this is the place where you can pick up that perfect tie or pair for cufflinks for your man! Albeit expensive, Men's Wearhouse is classy, sophisticated and superb, and worth the money spent. 
  • Bed Bath & Beyond

    5413 Urbana Pike Frederick, MD 21704 United States - Phone: +1 301 695 6333
    Bed Bath & Beyond is a household name in America, reputed and trust worthy their products are epitome of quality. If you have narrowed down on your dream home and looking to beautify it, a trip to Bed Bath & Beyond is a must. All of their products are interesting and quite unique; from comforters, linens, drapes to kitchen utilities, dining ware, etc here you will find everything that you need to add a touch of gorgeousness to your home! If you are brand loyal, then Avanti, Wamsutta, Croscill, Lamont Home, WaterShed, etc are some of the many brands the store houses. 
  • Games and Stuff

    7385-G Baltimore Annapolis Boulevard Glen Burnie, MD 21061 United States - Phone: +1 410 863 7418
    Opened in 2000, Games and Stuff specifically caters to game enthusiasts can plunge in their hobby in central Maryland. With a spacious showroom along with a space devoted to in-store game play, it has become a very popular and beloved gaming destination. The staff is friendly with immense knowledge about gaming. You can participate in the events and tournaments every month or take stroll along hundreds of board games, family games and more. Do check the website for more.
  • Dapper and Dainty

    700 South Hammonds Ferry Road Linthicum, MD 21090 United States - Phone: +1 410 993 1558
    Dapper and Dainty is an eccentric consignment children's clothing boutique which has been voted as Best Consignment Shop in 2013 and 2014 by Maryland Gazette Readers Choice Awards. Lay your hands on the children's apparels, baby gear, toys and maternity apparels of brands like ymboree, Janie and Jack, Hanna Andersson, Baby Gap, Ralph Lauren, et al, along with the hand-made gifts and personalized items. Do check the website or call them to make an appointment to consign.
  • Aviation Velo

    507 South Camp Meade Road Linthicum Heights, MD 21090 United States - Phone: +1 410 691 2453
    All things Biking you'll find at this Linthicum Heights store. Offering a stupendous variety of bikes on retail, the store also caters to servicing of old bikes. Also on offer here is a great range of bike accessories and equipment that help you maintain your bike at its very best. Opened in 1996, Aviation Velo is owned and operated by Jeff Dalik, the legendary Bike Doctor of Linthicum Heights. If you are looking for a rare kind of mountain bike or are wondering where you can service your old bicycle, Aviation Velo is your best bet.
  • The Body Shop - BWI Airport

    Friendship Road Baltimore, MD 21240 United States - Phone: +1 410 850 4831
    Known best for their range of animal-friendly, inspired-buy-nature cosmetics and personal care products, The Body Shops are quite popular with consumers. Offering a great range of high-on-quality quality beauty supplies, cosmetics, perfumes and body care products for men and women, The Body Shop outlets are usually manned by their friendly and helpful staff who help you choose the products most suitable for your skin type. One of their Baltimore outlets is located inside the Baltimore/Washington International Airport, on Concourse A/B. Open all week, between 7a and 9p, The Body Shop at BWI Airport is a good spot to load up on beauty accessories before getting on the plane.
  • 13th Floor

    One East Chase Street Baltimore, MD 21202 United States - Phone: +1 410 347 0888
    This nightspot offers a breathtaking view of the city from the top floor of the old Belvedere Hotel. Settle in for happy hour and watch the dusk settle over the city as its lights gradually begin to twinkle on. The calm won't last much past 9pm though. That's when local dance bands take the stage, the disco ball begins to swirl and the club transforms into a slightly silly and thoroughly retro dance party. The 13th Floor also serves excellent bar food, including a small selection of delicious desserts.
  • Ze Mean Bean

    1739 Fleet Street Baltimore, MD 21231 United States - Phone: +1 410 675 5999
    This casually offbeat coffeehouse, in the heart of historic Fells Point, features earnest musicians and racks of paperbacks for the entertainment and edification of its patrons. It also offers 17 espresso drinks and half-a-dozen flavored coffees, all at moderate prices, as well as a broad menu of Eastern European items like Borscht and Pierogies. Many visitors insist the coffeehouse is worth visiting just to have a spoonful of Russian Apple Soup - small bowls of amber heaven.
  • Cat's Eye Pub

    1730 Thames Street Baltimore, MD 21231 United States - Phone: +1 410 276 9866
    According to Celtic music aficionados, this Fells Point pub is the place to go in Baltimore to hear authentic Irish folk music. With its wood-paneled walls and gigantic oak bar, it's the perfect setting for hoisting a glass of Guinness or Harp and enjoying a jig or reel. The steady stream of Irish musicians is supplemented by local and national jazz, blues and zydeco acts. Fell's Point can be quite busy on weekends, so to enjoy the full homey effect of this place, visit during the week. 
  • Pier Six Concert Pavilion

    731 Eastern Avenue Baltimore, MD 21202 United States - Phone: +1 410 659 7100
    With the Inner Harbor as a backdrop, Pier Six offers one of the most beautiful concert venues around. The open-air pavilion showcases some of the biggest names in pop, jazz, rock, country, gospel, R & B and classical music. Covered seating and lawn space are available. Patrons are encouraged to bring folding chairs and make themselves comforable. Pier Six is convenient for boaters and is within walking distance of major downtown hotels. The venue opens from Monday to Saturday at 10am.
  • Mughal Garden

    920 North Charles Street Baltimore, MD 21201 United States - Phone: +1 410 547 0001
    Mughal Garden is distinguished chiefly by the size of its menu. In addition to the typical Vindaloos, Saag and Kebabs, you'll find a fantastic Mulligatawny Soup, a great Salmon Tikka and a Tandoori Lobster that is one of the best seafood entrees in town. Many of these appear on the daily all-you-can-eat buffet, but you'll need to peruse the menu to see everything that is offered. The spacious dining room is modest but inviting, and the atmosphere is very casual.
  • Gertrude's

    10 Art Museum Drive Baltimore, MD 21218 United States - Phone: +1 410 889 3399
    Named after the chef's grandmother, Gertrude's is located in the Baltimore Museum of Art. The kitchen lavishes attention on the details of each of its Maryland-style seafood dishes, making sure that each is a unique creation. The two types of crab cakes for instance are distinctly different: the Eastern Shore is traditional, made of crabmeat and little else, while the Gertie is a more modern, spicy affair. Enjoy your meal in the chic and homey pastel dining room or on the outdoor patio.
  • Ottobar

    2549 North Howard Street Baltimore, MD 21218 United States - Phone: +1 410 662 0069
    The hippest place in Baltimore to see an alternative rock band is this scruffy, but chic, midtown establishment. The bar itself is very small, so many patrons stand or sit in front of the tiny stage, or wander around the multi-colored second and third floors. The bands are either unsigned locals or independent-label acts. All play loud and fast.
  • Da Mimmo

    217 South High Street Baltimore, MD 21202 United States - Phone: +1 410 727 6876
    This exuberant Italian restaurant is big and usually packed. But its soft colors are lit so perfectly that when you are sitting at one of the candle-lit tables, it seems intimate. The food is classic. Try the Seafood Ravioli in lobster cream sauce or the Veal Tenderloin. And if you have a favorite Italian specialty, call ahead and the chef will prepare it for you. The owners will even send a limo to pick you up at your downtown hotel.
  • Club Phoenix

    1101 Cathedral Street Baltimore, MD 21201 United States - Phone: +1 410 837 3906
    This small and quaint establishment's motto is "A Place for Everyone"; well they sure have a mix here! With 2 levels (Pub Phoenix and Club Phoenix), there is sure to be something to entertain you. Providing a mix of events from weekly drag shows to karaoke, there is always fun to be had here. Call ahead or check the website for the most up-to-date event information. There is never a cover charge, but you must be 21 years or older to enter!
  • Red Maple

    930 North Charles Street Baltimore, MD 21201 United States - Phone: +1 410 547 0149
    One of Baltimore's hottest retro-modern dinner lounges, Red Maple offers New Asian tapas, exotic cocktails, resident and guest DJs and late-night fun. The menu includes a wide variety of soups, salads, tapas, entrees and desserts. While enjoying tuna tartare, orange duck samosas with chutney and yogurt sauce, or the spicy shrimp, take in the great music and lounge late into the night.
  • One

    300 East Saratoga Street Baltimore, MD 21202 United States - Phone: +1 410 230 0049
    One is a popular first-class nightclub featuring four levels, each devoted to an element—earth, water, fire and air. The 22,000 square feet club offers a different musical style each night ranging from hip-hop to reggae to dance. Be sure to call or check website for the upcoming night's events and specials. Be aware of the dress code—no athletic wear or shoes, no ripped clothing and no baseball hats.
  • Cafe Promenade

    110 South Eutaw Street Baltimore, MD 21201 United States - Phone: +1 410 962 0202
    Baltimore Marriott Inner Harbor is a delight for the locals, as it offers great Maryland Chesapeake Bay cuisine. You can settle in the Cafe Promenade, at one of the window-side tables and enjoy favorites like Lacquered Honey-Roasted Half-Chicken and Wild Mushroom Pasta while taking in the lovely view. Drop in at the restaurant on Friday and you'll find a delicious seafood buffet laid out before you. The bright and cheerful interiors make sure that the atmosphere is always light-hearted and refreshing. One visit here and you'll be looking forward to your next meal at Cafe Promenade!
  • Club Chez Joey

    415 East Baltimore Street Baltimore, MD 21202 United States - Phone: +1 410 685 3662
    Anyone above 21 years is welcome to Club Chez Joey. This place not only serves drinks but also couples them up with seductive dances performed by showgirls. Essentially a strip club which is open throughout the week, it pulls crowds from everywhere. They serve snacks and the drinks, the likes of Daiquiris, Pina Coladas and beer, are aplenty. The atmosphere is lively and energetic. Join in the cheering as the girls get on stage and strut their stuff! A perfect place for a boys' night out or a bachelor party - no time to get bored!
  • Power Plant Live!

    34 Market Place Baltimore, MD 21202 United States - Phone: +1 410 752 5483
    After a tiring day of sightseeing, a visit to the Power Plant is exactly what you need. The multiplex offers an array of dining and entertainment options. For dinner, choose from steak, Italian, Cuban and more. Several bars line the venue, tempting you to hop in and out. Some clubs hold stand up comedy shows too. Parties and concerts featuring popular bands are held on sunny summer evenings. Most of them have free entry! Come and experience the energy at this entertainment powerhouse.
  • Explorer's Lounge

    550 Light Street Baltimore, MD 21202 United States - Phone: +1 410 234 0550
    Safari and jamboree fans will love Explorer's Lounge right out of Africa! Explorer's Lounge in the Harbor Court takes you back to the jungles. Think stripes, spots and furs when you see the décor. Faux leopard-skin chairs, antique elephant-tusk lamps, elephant and monkey murals dominate the interiors. Swing to the light jazz music every Friday and Saturday nights while you indulge in some light fare, such as the Five Onion Soup and Warm Smoked Trout Sandwich. A well-heeled crowd enjoying a cigar, single malt scotch and cognacs is a regular scene. Come by here to revisit the bygone era!
  • Fantasies Nightclub

    5520 Pennington Avenue Baltimore, MD 21226 United States - Phone: +1 410 354 1217
    Gorgeous lap dancers, glitzy décor and avid snacks, now all you need is some hard cash, and you can enter Fantasies. Touted as the number one club for adult entertainment, this nightclub lives up to its expectation. Every night the dance floor spices up to the seductive moves of the professional strip dancers. If you want a lap dance from one of the dazzling dancers, then shell out the green! The food is as alluring as the girls. Dig into the specials—Stuffed Pork Loin, New York Strip Steak and the dessert specials comprising Blueberry Parfait and Fried Mexican Ice cream. Anyone over 21 years of age can come and enjoy the show.
  • Rams Head Live!

    20 Market Place Baltimore, MD 21202 United States - Phone: +1 410 244 8854
    A feather in the Rams Head group is this 26,000 square foot buzzing nightclub. Located within the Power Plant Live, this upscale club offers patrons a chance to dance away the night with an eclectic mix of reggae, rock, blues and even love songs played by well known DJs and live musicians. The other thing worth attending at Rams Head Live! is the Anti-Valentine's Day party, where singles can mix and enjoy an evening of fun. The venue also has two kiosks that serve delectable finger food and exquisite drinks. Check website for details.
  • McDoogals

    8025 Fort Smallwood Road Baltimore, MD 21226 United States - Phone: +1 410 437 4920
    McDoogals is one of the most popular adult entertainment venues in the whole of Baltimore. Offering services like lap-dancing, strip teases, nude dancers, massages, free parking et al, the club is a big hit with tourists as well. You do, however, need to be over 18 to enter the club, and over 21 if you want to drink. Gender holds no problem here, as women are allowed too. For those with a fetish for sports, a pool table is at your disposal!
  • Gentlemen's Gold Club Baltimore

    5801 Pulaski Highway Baltimore, MD 21205 United States - Phone: +1 410 483 3356
    Gentlemen's Gold Club is a place to hold your bachelor or bachelorette parties. The strip club has a great menu, fine cigars, and a Champagne room, which is open until late. A free shuttle service to and from your hotel in the neighborhood is also offered. Packages, such as Bronze and Gold, includes cover charge, beer, finger food buffet and lasts for two hours. The bartenders and wait staff are friendly and the whole atmosphere rings of gaiety and loads of cheering. Guests have to be above 21 and observation of the dress code is a must.
  • Pickles Pub

    520 Washington Boulevard Baltimore, MD 21230 United States - Phone: +1 410 752 1784
    Pickles Pub is a favorite with all sports fans in Baltimore. Located about a couple of blocks away from the Camden Yards Stadium, it gets exceptionally packed every time there's a match on. A great place to meet up with old pals, provided you don't mind the smoke-filled air and the continuous hustle-bustle. It offers typical pub-grub, comprising of burgers and such other light fare. But it's the drinks and the general atmosphere that's bursting with energy right until the wee hours, which has the crowd streaming in day after day!
  • The Hippo

    1 West Eager Street Baltimore, MD 21201 United States - Phone: +1 410 547 0069
    One of the oldest nightclubs in Baltimore, The Hippo is vivacious and draws crowds from neighboring cities as well. A gay bar, this place has won awards, including Best Piano Bar and Best Karaoke in the past. Special nights include Bingo, Ladies Tea, Hippo Cabaret, and Drag Kings. DJs Farrell, Rodgers and Rosie hold the crowds spellbound throughout the week. The bar is also a good place to chat and down shots. Admission is restricted to those over 21 years of age.
  • Howl At The Moon

    22 Market Place Baltimore, MD 21202 United States - Phone: +1 410 783 5111
    Howl At The Moon is a bar with a twist! They not only offers their clients drinks but also a piano bar. Solo piano performances are often scheduled in the restaurant. The staff too joins in, singing and entertaining guests! Piano player shifts take place, which can get very energetic. Down some of the Jello shots before you start your impromptu singing. Look out for their specials and cover charges. You can celebrate birthdays, bachelor parties and anniversaries at this hot spot.
  • Lodge Bar

    10 Market Place Baltimore, MD 21202 United States - Phone: +1 443 524 2011
    The Lodge Bar is a good place to hang out after work. But expect to find singles and couples in corners too. The Happy Hour, specialty cocktails and live music make sure patrons come in droves. The bar looks more like a mountain cabin, where the decor is mainly wood. The dance floor sees a mix of tourists, students and regulars. The informal feel of the place makes it a great venue for celebrations. Catch live acts by Dirty Fingers and Jon Allmett.
  • James Joyce Irish Pub & Restaurant

    616 South President Street Baltimore, MD 21202 United States - Phone: +1 410 727 5107
    When you walk in James Joyce Irish Pub & Restaurant, you will find yourself transported back to Ireland. Right from the ceiling to the floor, everything at James Joyce Irish Pub & Restaurant reminds you of the Emerald Isle. They have enchanting outdoor seating but if you aren't the outdoor types, dine by the fire or in one of the alcoves in the wall. Celtic and Irish melodies are played and if you are not in the mood for grub, you can also come by to have a drink or two and watch some televised sports as you cheer. Bon appetit!
  • Hard Rock Cafe

    601 East Pratt Street Baltimore, MD 21202 United States - Phone: +1 410 347 7625
    No pub going music lover worth his salt, could have missed the famous Hard Rock Cafes around the world. Situated in a historical building of Baltimore, this cafe embodies the vibrant mix of the old and the contemporary. Get into the retro mood with the checkered table cloths and the 1960s Cadillac gleaming proudly over the bar. Feel happy and high, as light streams in through the music inspired stained glass window and rock blares through the speakers. Catch the live music performances and shake a leg! Try the Original Hard Rock Onion Rings with their famous Pulled Pork sandwich. Dig into burgers or popular Maryland seafood. Choose from a huge list of beverages and party the night away. You can also pick up cool tees and memorabilia from the gift shop.
  • Latin Palace

    509 South Broadway Baltimore, MD 21231 United States - Phone: +1 410 522 6700
    Salsa your way into the vibrant Latin Palace at Fells Point. In here, it's all about the music. Live music performances and local and international DJs will keep you on your feet and dancing the night away. Heat up the floor of the Casa Salsa Dance Club with your sensual dance moves or enjoy yourself at the bar. Got two left feet? Don't worry - this multi-story club even offers dance lessons. Refuel with some tapas or Tex-Mex dishes and a range of beverages at the Restaurante Las Palmas. Find out more about their party packages and let them host a bash for you.
  • Kooper's Tavern

    1702 Thames Street Baltimore, MD 21231 United States - Phone: +1 410 563 5423
    Step into Kooper's - a classic American bar. Named after the owners Labrador, this long bar greets you with its cheery red brick exteriors. The warm and friendly atmosphere seems to be the highlight of this joint. Popular among college students and locals, Kooper's serves the usual variety of draughts and typical pub grub as well as steaks and seafood. Try the yummy Crab Cakes and hugely popular burgers. Football freaks can hop in on Monday nights and check out the football nights. Noisy, lively and fun - that's Kooper's for you.
  • Rams Head On Stage

    33 West Street Annapolis, MD 21401 United States - Phone: +1 410 268 4545
    Chill out at the Rams Head Tavern in Annapolis. This casual, relaxed place has built up a steady and loyal clientele since 1989. Fresh food, great music and greater beer, make it a local favorite. Dining here means you get to feast on made-to-order salads, sandwiches, steaks, seafood and chef's specialties. The menu even recommends what beer to wash it all down with! A must-try are the popular Fordham Draughts. Pick up tickets here for various music events at 'Rams Head On Stage' in Annapolis. Buy them in advance as all seats are reserved. Find out more about the Performance Package which gives you a discount on your dinner. Prepare to be entertained by hilarious comedy acts and some of the best musicians around. Enjoy!
  • Shucker's Restaurant & Bar

    930 South Broadway Baltimore, MD 21231 United States - Phone: +1 410 522 5820
    Scoot up to this waterfront restaurant in a water taxi and get attuned to some of the casual live entertainment that takes place until the wee hours. Elegant cuisine in the form of seafood, steak and pasta are served on the patio. Aside from being a romantic spot for dinner, Shucker's irresistible lunch offer on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays, half-priced fish & chips on Fridays, steak entrée on Mondays and a long happy hour with domestic drafts, house wines and rail drinks draw in the crowds. The laid-back, yet lively atmosphere tends to loosen you up after a long day—let go of your inhibitions on the Thursday karaoke nights, or just enjoy the TVs and the pool in the company of friends while the unobtrusive staff expertly attends to your gastronomic desires.
  • 8X10

    10 East Cross Street Baltimore, MD 21230 United States - Phone: +1 410 625 2000
    In south Baltimore, The 8X10 is a total entertainment complex filled with action and music every single day. You'll always see the events calender full of performances scheduled well beforehand. Before the music begins, there are beers and cocktails that you can sip on. Throwing parties at this hip venue will definitely be a memorable and fun-filled experience. On Monday nights they have an Open MIC night for the budding talents in music as well as the technical part of the performances. Sometimes such performances are recorded and the CDs are given away free to the first 50 people attending the next performance.
  • An Die Musik

    409 North Charles Street Baltimore, MD 21201 United States - Phone: +1 410 385 2638
    An Die Musik is one of Baltimore's premier jazz venues - it hosts an imaginative, exciting line up of artists and events throughout the year. The intimacy of the interior, from the wood paneling on the walls to the small raised stage provides concert-goers with a unique sonic experience. Tickets for gigs tend to sell out quite quickly so check out the calendar on the website for upcoming shows. An Die Musik also functions as a music store. 
  • Quarter

    316 Guilford Avenue Baltimore, MD 21202 United States - Phone: +1 410 528 8377(Reservations) /+1 410 528 8377
    The Quarter is a venue at Bourbon Street, which is one of the best clubs in the city. Known for all its live entertainment and concerts, they have staged bands like The Gracious Few, LA Guns, Agent Orange, Good Charlotte and more, it's no wonder that they make such a statement on the city's party scene. To know of their events and artist schedules and tickets, do check their website. If you're planning an event, consider The Quarter to be your entertainment venue. They are great for birthdays and bachelor parties.
  • Grand Central

    1001-1003 North Charles Street Baltimore, MD 21201 United States - Phone: +1 410 752 7133
    What began as a simple pub in the year 1991 is now a hot spot for tourists and has obtained the title of being one of the city's best gay bars. Grand Central is composed of three distinct spaces, so you're bound to find something you like. It contains a disco which is replete with the latest sound and light technology that make a night out here an amazing experience. The pub has pool tables and television screens. Subtle lighting here makes this place very cozy and comfortable. Varied DJs play at Sappho's which features a spacious deck. 
  • The Paradox

    1310 Russell Street Baltimore, MD 21230 United States - Phone: +1 410 837 9110
    Paradox is one of Baltimore's hottest late night dance spots. Come here to unwind and enjoy some house or hip-hop music from great DJs. Unlike other nightclubs, Paradox does not sell alcohol, but the great beats will get you moving anyway. If all that dancing has made you work up an appetite, food is also served late into the night, so you can cure those munchies and keep on dancing!
  • Club K

    2101 Maryland Avenue Baltimore, MD 21218 United States - Phone: +1 240 743 7670
    Head to Club K after an authentic Korean dinner at the San Soo Kab San restaurant next door. This Asian club has a capacity for 50 people and features an impressive music program. Their globe-spanning line-up of local musicians, DJs and international touring bands perform an eclectic mix of genres – from house and electronic, to punk and alternative rock. Previous artists like Bath Salts, Dead Whale Ramblers, Babysitter and Monkey Pilot represent countries including America, Canada and Taiwan. This space also hosts art exhibitions, open mic nights and private parties.
  • The Get Down

    701 South Bond Street Baltimore, MD 21231 United States - Phone: +1 443 708 3564
    Spread out over two levels, this popular nightclub features DJ's spinning the latest top 40 tracks every Thursday through Sunday night. The industrial design aesthetic features 40 foot tall ceilings, exposed brick and duct work and state-of-the-art LCD light show system. VIP tables are available on Friday and Saturdays where patrons can enjoy the night with personalized bottle service. 
  • Club 347

    347 North Calvert Street Baltimore, MD 21202 United States - Phone: +1 443 506 7200
    Reminiscent of a bygone era, Club 347 is known for their outstanding live jazz performances on Monday evenings. Other nights of the week feature special themes include hip hop and comedy. This spacious nightclub features two levels, each with its own dance floor, bar and pool table. Aside from live music, the club is also available for private rentals. Visit the website to find out more about upcoming shows.
  • Havana Club Baltimore

    600 Water Street Baltimore, MD 21202 United States - Phone: +1 410 468 0022
    Touted as the hottest upscale nightclub in Baltimore, Havana Club Baltimore is located atop Ruth's Chris Steakhouse and accessed by a private elevator. Featuring wood paneling, soft leather couches, billards, cigars and bartenders in tuxes, this nightclub is straight out of a mobster movie. Also on offer is an extensive list of cocktails made from top-shelf liquor, premium wine labels and a controlled selection of bar bites. Be prepared to wear your finest, this club has a strict no jeans dress code!
  • Light Rail

    6 Saint Paul Street Baltimore, MD 21202 United States - Phone: +1 410 539 5000
    The Light Rail, an above-ground mass transit system, runs 30 miles—from Hunt Valley in Baltimore County, through Baltimore City, to Glen Burnie in Anne Arundel County. There are also two spurs, one to Penn Station in Baltimore, the other to BWI Airport. Trains run every 17 minutes, with the spur trains traveling every 34 minutes. There are stations at Camden Yards and Hamburg Street (PSINet Stadium). Weekly and monthly passes are also available.
  • Westminster Hall

    519 West Fayette Street Baltimore, MD 21201 United States - Phone: +1 410 706 2072
    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. In the mid-1800s, a swelling population prompted construction of Westminster Hall. To avoid disturbing the graves, the building was set on a series of brick piers over the tombs, creating catacombs. The meeting hall at Westminster can accommodate and audience of 350 seated for lecture meetings and 250 when used for round table discussions. The hall opens on weekdays at 8am.
  • University of Maryland Medical System

    22 South Greene Street Baltimore, MD 21201 United States - Phone: +1 410 328 6971
    Emergency room, world-renowned R. Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center, cancer center, children's hospital, helicopter transport and more intensive care beds than any other Maryland hospital. Parking is available at University of Maryland Medical System in several nearby garages. Bus, Metro, Light Rail and MARC also available.
  • Bon Secours Baltimore Health System

    2000 West Baltimore Street Baltimore, MD 21223 United States - Phone: +1 410 362 3000
    The Bon Secours Baltimore Health System includes two West Baltimore hospitals, Bon Secours Hospital and Liberty Medical Center, as well as 40 primary care locations. Continuous care is always available. Renal dialysis, Behavioral services and emergency services are available.
  • Johns Hopkins Hospital & Health System

    615 North Wolfe Street Baltimore, MD 21205 United States - Phone: +1 410 955 3781
    An emergency room, a urological institute, a world-renowned children's center are all part of this hospital. Cardiac services, neurology, a comprehensive cancer center, acute care centers are also available. A teaching hospital for The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine is also on site. Parking is available adjacent to the hospital.
  • Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center

    4940 Eastern Avenue Baltimore, MD 21224 United States - Phone: +1 410 550 0100
    Maryland's only regional burn center, Neonatal intensive care, emergency room, trauma center, Nationally renowned geriatrics center, Sleep disorders center are all a part of the Hopkins organization. Teaching hospital for The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Parking is available on hospital campus.
  • Mercy Health Services

    301 Saint Paul Place Baltimore, MD 21202 United States - Phone: +1 410 332 9000
    Breast center, Diabetes Center, Emergency room, Plastic and re constructive surgery, Eye and cosmetic surgery, Baltimore's largest geriatric care facility, Vascular center, Women's imaging center, Snoring and sleep disorders center are all a part of Mercy Health Services center. Parking in adjacent garages.
  • Baltimore Convention Center

    1 West Pratt Street Baltimore, MD 21201 United States - Phone: +1 410 649 7000
    Baltimore Convention Center is within walking distance of Baltimore's major attractions - Oriole Park and the Inner Harbor. It is connected by skywalk to several hotels and shopping centers, making it an ideal location for meetings, banquets and other activities. The professional staff will help you plan your event, large or small. The Center is equipped with a top-of-the-line telecommunications network and state-of-the-art sound system. Water, compressed air and electricity are available in the exhibit halls, which are equipped with covered loading docks. Food and beverage service is also available.
  • Sinai Hospital of Baltimore

    2401 West Belvedere Avenue Baltimore, MD 21215 United States - Phone: +1 410 691 9000
    State's largest community hospital, with 467 beds. It has a teaching hospital for the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine as well as the University of Maryland School of Medicine. Emergency room, Cancer Institute, Heart Center, Hand Center and Wound Center are all part of this organization.
  • St. Agnes HealthCare

    900 Caton Avenue Baltimore, MD 21229 United States - Phone: +1 410 368 6000
    Founded in 1862, St. Agnes HealthCare was the first Catholic hospital in Baltimore. Today it is a full-service community teaching hospital with 407 beds. It specializes in health issues affecting women, children and seniors and also provides cardiovascular and cancer services. Pediatric and adult emergency care.
  • Kennedy Krieger Institute

    707 North Broadway Baltimore, MD 21205 United States - Phone: +1 443 923 9200
    Kennedy Krieger Institute offers comprehensive care for youths with disabilities, Neuro-rehabilitation program for brain and spinal cord injuries. Lead poisoning prevention and treatment are all available here. It also provides in-home treatment for children with neurological disorders and developmental disabilities.
  • Harbor Hospital

    3001 South Hanover Street Brooklyn, MD 21225 United States - Phone: +1 410 350 3200
    Harbor Hospital offers comprehensive care and attention to almost all the emergency problems. Its services span from infancy to old age complications to general services like maternity, nursery, acupuncture, adult day care, cardiovascular and emergency services.
  • Levindale Hebrew Geriatric Center & Hospital

    2434 West Belvedere Avenue Baltimore, MD 21215 United States - Phone: +1 410 601 2400
    Levindale Hebrew Geriatric Center & Hospital opened in the 1890s as the Hebrew Friendly Inn. Today, it has 292 licensed beds. It observes Jewish laws and rituals and is strictly Kosher. Nursing home, Respite care, Adult day care are also available. The hospital is associated with Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore, a community service organization.
  • Union Memorial Hospital

    201 East University Parkway Baltimore, MD 21218 United States - Phone: +1 410 554 2000
    Union Memorial Hospital is a 425-bed hospital offering primary care, urgent care, sub-acute care, emergency care adult day care, home health and hospice care services. It also specializes in orthopaedic care and is home to the Curtis National Hand Center, Cardiovascular services and a sports medicine program. Being located in the posh area of Baltimore, it is easily accessible all times of the day.
  • Maryland General Hospital

    827 Linden Avenue Baltimore, MD 21201 United States - Phone: +1 410 225 8000
    Maryland General Hospital is a 300-bed community teaching hospital. Renowned teaching institution for obstetrics, ophthalmology, general medicine and eye, ear, nose and throat care is also associated with it. Emergency care as well as dermatology, oncology, pediatrics, radiology and urology services are also offered here.
  • Cordish Company

    601 East Pratt Street Baltimore, MD 21202 United States - Phone: +1 410 752 5444
    Located on East Pratt Street, the Cordish Company is a leading real estate development company. It offers assistance in developing entertainment districts, offices and apartments. The company has won a number of national awards for its excellent performance and perfect professionalism. Call for more details.
  • Kids on the Hill

    2117 Brookfield Avenue Baltimore, MD 21217 United States - Phone: +1 410 383 7200
    Kids on the Hill is a not-for-profit organization that fosters artistic growth in children through fun and innovative community projects. They offer art classes and mentoring for children from a variety of backgrounds. Their sculpture garden located at 2325 Madison Avenue is a kid created park that features a mosaic and sculptures and offers family fun for all. Call for more information.
  • Preflight Parking (Park 'N Fly)

    1200 Stoney Run Road Hanover, MD 21076 United States - Phone: +1 410 694 9777
    The Park 'N Fly Network is one of the industry's leading on-line booking engines for airport parking. With facilities nation-wide and growing, parking with Park 'N Fly is fast and easy. By booking your airport parking today you have the peace of mind in knowing that a parking space is reserved when you need it. You never have to worry that a location is full, or that the price is too expensive. The Park 'N Fly Network charges no service fees. Their lots are secure, convenient to the airport and have prompt pick-up/drop-off and helpful employees. To begin booking your airport parking simply click on their website and select the Airport that you wish to park from the drop down menu.
  • Admiral of the Bay

    222 Severn Avenue Baltimore, MD 21403 United States - Phone: +1 410 263 5196
    Any nautical event to be organized can be best handled by the Admiral of the Bay. Take an interesting trip on one of its charters and enjoy panoramic views of the Chesapeake Bay. Choose from the various motor yachts, sailing yachts, fishing charters and bareboat charters. Planning your wedding? The event organizers here will organize it for you! Select the boat in which you want your nuptials arranged and enjoy the magical moments in the midst of the blue sea.
  • Physical Education Center - Essex Campus of the Community College of Baltimore County

    7201 Rossville Boulevard Baltimore, MD 21237 United States - Phone: +1 443 840 1346
    Sports and athletics at the Community College of Baltimore County is more like a passion. The sophisticated Physical Education Center housed on the Essex Campus is testimony to that. Sprawled across 34,000 square feet (3159 square meters), the center boasts of full-length basketball, volleyball and tennis courts, excellent racquetball facilities, a weight training room, wonderful locker rooms, and outdoor facilities like a baseball stadium, a soccer ground, softball fields and more. The center hosts not only regional and national sporting championships, but also various local cultural events in its beautiful dance studios. The Physical Education Center successfully endeavors to strike a balance between academics and extra-curricular activities for students. Check website for more information.
  • Checker Cabs

    2100 Huntingdon Avenue Baltimore, MD 21211 United States - Phone: +1 410 235 0300
    One of the most reliable taxi services in Baltimore, Checker Cab Associates Incorporation provides quality taxi service. Checker Cabs' services are just one phone call away and you can always expect prompt service. The company believes in satisfying its customers, so the drivers are always polite and helpful. This is one of the best ways to get around Baltimore, especially if you're an unassuming tourist.
  • Diamond Cab

    1920 Ashburton Street Baltimore, MD 21216 United States - Phone: +1 410 947 3333
    Planning a trip around Baltimore can be really easy with Diamond Cab's services at hand. The company provides quality taxi service anywhere in the city and will get to wherever you are within minutes. Picking up the phone and dialing the number should be more than enough to avail of this service. The drivers would be happy to help you out in planning a tour if you are new to the place.
  • DuBurns Arena

    1301 South Ellwood Avenue Baltimore, MD 21224 United States - Phone: +1 443 573 2450
    Du Burns arena is an indoor sports facility and event center. The Arena has two banquet halls namely the Harbor side Hall and the Courtyard Hall. Elegant mixture of lighting and ambiance assures class to every event. The facility can hold anywhere between 150-300 people depending on the function. Conference and business arrangements display the versatility of the space. Amongst other things, the venue is famed for its boxing events, especially ESPN's Friday Night Fights.
  • Coppin State University

    2500 West North Avenue Baltimore, MD 21216 United States - Phone: +1 410 951 3000
    This 52 acre setting is one of the best setting in Maryland for learning, with its mission being to promote education through values and to provide learning to those who have the potential but are hindered by lack of social, personal or economic reasons. The also have a vision to promote achievement and competency. So if you are dedicated and have the potential, this university is all you need to turn you into a smart individual.
  • Forum Caterers

    4210 Primrose Avenue Baltimore, MD 21215 United States - Phone: +1 410 358 1101
    Located in Baltimore, this place has everything you need to host a successful event be it a gathering, a corporate meeting, a banquet or even a wedding. This venue promises to leave your guests happy to the hilt. It houses five spacious room, which are unique by themselves and complete with sophisticated interiors. The Grand Ballroom which is a wonderful place to host an event, can accommodate up to 700 guests in banquet or theater style settings. The Forum also arranges catering for your event, serving sumptuous cuisine with a full bar facility available upon request.
  • Palladium

    2900 Liberty Heights Avenue Baltimore, MD 21215 United States - Phone: +1 410 466 2701
    Known by those familiar with Baltimore & the locals as the corner jewel, this place is a real gem with its elegance, greatness and style. Many events have taken place at this fabulous venue. The interiors are well decorated making the place look like a palace & with the three rooms which have a combines capacity of 1100 people this place is a beautiful set to host an event. Hosting an event at the Palladium Center is bound to leave your guest with cherished memories forever.
  • Martin's West

    6817 Dogwood Road Baltimore, MD 21244 United States - Phone: +1 410 944 9433
    Martin's West, owned and managed by the Martin's Caterer is an ideal venue to host weddings, banquets, business meetings and conferences. The venue has a magnificent ballroom and conference rooms. The terrace can comfortably accommodate a crowd of 450. You can utilize their own in-house catering which is top-class and leaves guests positively impressed.
  • UMBC Fieldhouse

    1000 Hilltop Circle Baltimore, MD 21250 United States - Phone: +1 410 455 2537
    University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC) houses the UMBC Fieldhouse in the RAC Arena of the campus. This place has hosted many athletic events as well as concerts by famous artists like Staind, Good Charlotte to name a few. There is also a gymnasium, locker room and other basic facilities available at the venue. The university field house is also used for many intercollegiate events and other social functions.
  • Camden Yards Sports Complex

    333 West Camden Street Baltimore, MD 21201 United States - Phone: +1 410 333 1560
    The Camden Yards Sports Complex, which is managed by the Maryland Stadium Authority, is an enormous complex encompassing the Oriole Park, The M&T Bank Stadium and The Sports Legends. Located just a few blocks away from the Lexington Market and Charles Center, the complex boats of 85 acres of land space which is extensively used for various outdoor sporting events and includes a large parking lot too. The famous Baltimore Marathon, the AST Dew Tour and the American Heritage Festival which are held in the complex draw in crowds from all over the world.
  • Coppin Center

    2500 West North Avenue Baltimore, MD 21216 United States - Phone: +1 410 951 3000
    Part of Coppin State University, the Coppin Center at Baltimore is a 1,720 seater arena, where various varsity activities and programs are held. The arena has seen some great talents performing on its stage. Check website for event schedules and witness scintillating performances first-hand.
  • Hill Field House

    1700 East Cold Spring Lane Baltimore, MD 21251 United States - Phone: +1 443 885 3333
    Morgan State University Baltimore, is home to the Hill Field House. Built in 1975, the house has been witness to various basketball tournaments, concerts and cultural programs organized by the varsity. The varied programs on the schedule, add to the diversity of the house, thereby catering to all and sundry. Check website for event schedules, as you are sure to find something to interest you.
  • RAC Arena

    1000 Hilltop Circle Baltimore, MD 21250 United States - Phone: +1 410 706 4357
    The Retriever Activities Center, popularly known as the RAC Arena at the University Of Maryland was once known as the 'UMBC Fieldhouse'. This arena is a popular hub at the campus for hosting sports-related activities the year round. Playing host to numerous sporting matches and competitions, this space is also used for various concerts, convocation ceremonies and many other events. On volleyball and basketball matches, the place comes alive with the cheers of enthusiastic fans. With a capacity of 4,000 and more, RAC Arena makes a good venue for large-scale events.
  • Hughes Stadium

    1700 East Cold Spring Lane Baltimore, MD 21251 United States - Phone: +1 443 885 3050
    Situated in the Morgan State University, Hughes Stadium is an impressive facility with the most advanced acoustics and lighting equipment. Besides the university and inter-college tournaments held here, this magnanimous space also hosts other cultural and social events. Watching an exciting match, here, amid other thrilled sports fans is truly an experience worth while.
  • Empowerment Temple

    4217-4221 Primrose Avenue Baltimore, MD 21215 United States - Phone: +1 443 738 0460
    True to its name, The Empowerment Temple aims to accredit people educationally economically, politically, socially and spiritually. The reverend pastors guide people to various aspects of life and their significance on human existence. After seeking this enlightening guidance, this community encourages the people to become members of their different ministries and spread the message of the community to the fellow men around the world. Besides this, The Temple also hosts various functions and celebrations to rejoice the spirit of the community. All in all, a truly informative and delightful experience.
  • Reitz Arena

    4501 North Charles Street Baltimore, MD 21210 United States - Phone: +1 410 617 2000
    Reitz Arena is an all-encompassing facility with a seating capacity for more than 3000 spectators. Home to the Loyola College Greyhounds men's and women's basketball teams, this well-facilitated arena conducts varied sport tournaments and other cultural and social events. At this venue, the past stage performances by Midnight Oil, Gin Blossoms and the Roots have enthralled the Baltimore crowd. All in all, this is one of the most popular venues in the city.
  • American Can Company

    2400 Boston Street Baltimore, MD 21224 United States - Phone: +1 443 573 4460
    American Can Company is a home to the head offices of various companies including the DAP Products, Inc, the largest manufacturer of adhesives and sealants in Baltimore. This place is not just a business hub, but also has various stores for shopping like the Cloud 9 Clothing, Downs Stationers and Long & Foster. The American Can Company also has various food junctions including the Austin Grill, Chesapeake Wine Company and the Pasticcio Italian Café.
  • Charm City Circulator

    502 Light Street Baltimore, MD 21202 United States - Phone: +1 410 350 0456
    Charm City Circulator is a free public transportation with 21 shuttles. The Circulator has three routes with a shuttle arriving about every ten minutes: the Green Route from Johns Hopkins to City Hall, the Purple Route from Penn Station to Federal Hill, and the Orange Route from Hollins Market to Harbor East. To find the transportation stops, please check their website.
  • Brown's Memorial Baptist Church

    3215 West Belvedere Avenue Baltimore, MD 21215 United States - Phone: +1 410 542 5700
    Brown's Memorial Baptist Church is a famous church in the Downtown neighborhood. The church offers prayer service and masses regularly which is attended by religious locals and tourists. Pay special attention to the ornate altar and beautiful image that capture every visitor's eye. The church also hosts various religious meetings, discussions and cultural events. To explore the religious culture of the city, Brown's Memorial Baptist Church is the place to go.
  • Towson Unitarian Universalist Church

    1710 Dulaney Valley Road Lutherville, MD 21093 United States - Phone: +1 1 410 825 6045
    A great place for non profit educational programs or schools to rent out the place. Seven 350 square foot rooms available. Rooms can be combined, kitchen available. Located near the woods with nature trail and beautiful Memorial Garden close by.
  • Columbia

    Columbia Columbia, MD 21044 United States
    The idea behind the founding of Columbia, Maryland, was to create a city that was planned to stay away from the harried development and urban sprawl that dominated the rest of the Howard County; and also to create a community free of any discrimination based on race, income, or religion. Built over land acquired by James W Rouse and the Rouse Company, Columbia was opened to the public in 1967, and has since then prospered as a census-designated place. Today, Columbia is comprises several villages and towns, Wilde Lake being the first village to be developed. Columbia has a lot to offer visitors, especially music fans, with venues like the popular Merriweather Post Pavilion hosting musicians from all over the country.
  • Corrigan Sports Enterprise

    6725 Santa Barbara Court Elkridge, MD 21075 United States - Phone: +1 410 605 9381
  • Harford Community College Campus

    401 Thomas Run Road Bel Air, MD 21015 United States - Phone: +1 443 412 2000
  • Merritt Athletic Clubs at Cranbrook

    598 Cranbrook Road Cockeysville, MD 21030 United States - Phone: +1 410 683 1800
  • Supreme Sports Club

    7080 Deepage Drive Columbia, MD 21045 United States - Phone: +1 410 381 5355
  • Southern High School

    4400 Solomons Island Road Harwood, MD 20776 United States - Phone: +1 410 867 7100
  • Catonsville High School

    421 Bloomsbury Avenue Catonsville, MD 21228 United States - Phone: +1 410 788 7879
  • Maryland Athletic Club - Harbor East

    655 President Street Baltimore, MD 21202 United States - Phone: +1 410 625 5000
  • Rash Field

    201 Key Highway Baltimore, MD 21202 United States - Phone: +1 410 396 7900
  • St. Francis of Assisi School

    3617 Harford Road Baltimore, MD 21213 United States - Phone: +1 410 467 1683
  • Garrison Forest School

    300 Garrison Forest Road Owings Mills, MD 21117 United States - Phone: +1 410 363 1500
  • Edgewater Fitness Center

    5 Mayo Road Edgewater, MD 21036 United States - Phone: +1 410 956 9392
  • South River High School

    201 Central Avenue East Edgewater, MD 21037 United States - Phone: +1 410 956 5600
  • South Carroll High School

    1300 West Old Liberty Road Sykesville, MD 21784 United States - Phone: +1 410 751 3575
  • Hashawha Environmental Center

    300 John Owings Road Westminster, MD 21158-3149 United States - Phone: +1 410 386 3560 / +1 410 876 3519
  • Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC)

    6841 Benjamin Franklin Drive Columbia, MD 21046 United States - Phone: +1 800 430 7629(Toll Free)
  • Green Spring Racquet Club

    10803 Falls Road Lutherville-Timonium, MD 21093 United States - Phone: +1 410 821 5683
  • Dumbarton Middle School

    300 Dumbarton road Baltimore, MD 21212 United States - Phone: +1 410 887 3176
  • Church of the Immaculate Conception

    200 Ware Avenue Towson, MD 21204 United States - Phone: +1 410 427 4700
  • International Community Church

    123 Byte Drive Frederick, MD 21702 United States - Phone: +1 301 663 5444
    Located across Byte Drive, the International Community Church is a local church that aims to spread the message of the Lord and preach his followers. Being a community church it also ensures that communal harmony and the feeling of togetherness is maintained. Apart from local festivals and prayer services, International Community Church also hosts lectures, workshops, group events, concerts and similar events on a regular basis. For more details, check website.
  • The Rosedale American Legion Post 180

    1331 Seling Avenue Rosedale, MD 21237 United States - Phone: +1 410 866 9656
    Established at the end of World War II in 1945, Rosedale American Legion Post 180 has been known for relentlessly serving the American army veterans. This center, just like the others spread across the country, strives hard to ensure that the men and women are remembered for their contributions to the country during wars. Memberships are open to all the past and current soldier. Events like concerts, Halloween parties and Christmas is celebrated with much fanfare.
  • St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church

    520 South Ponca Street Baltimore, MD 21224 United States - Phone: +1 410 633 5020
    St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church is affiliated to the Metropolis of New Jersey. Constructed in 1953, this church is a testimony to a spiritual awakening that has its roots in the Greek immigration of the 1920s. The interiors of this beautiful construction illustrate intricate arches and fascinating art that depict the life and works of its patron saint. It also hosts liturgical events and various activities for the community like dance shows and folk festivals.
  • Baltimore Hebrew Congregation

    7401 Park Heights Avenue Baltimore, MD 21208 United States - Phone: +1 410 764 1587
    The Baltimore Hebrew Congregation is one of the largest congregations of the Reform Movement in the state. Rooted in Judaism, this center organizes worship and programs for the community. In addition to spiritual services, they also host social events, gatherings, workshops and festivities that celebrate Jewish heritage.
  • Holy Trinity Russian Orthodox Church

    1723 East Fairmount Avenue Baltimore, MD 21231 United States - Phone: +1 410 997 0802
    Originally built for the Lutheran community in the 1890s, the red facade building has been home to the Holy Trinity Russian Orthodox Church since 1919. The founders of this church were Russian immigrants from Belarus and the congregation has traces of Polish and Ukrainian ancestry as well. The parish has its own cemetery called the Cathedral Gardens which is also used for church picnics. The Holy Trinity Russian Orthodox Church is abode to the annual Russian Festival which highlights the culture with homemade food, souvenirs and live entertainment of that region.
  • Annapolis

    Annapolis Annapolis, MD 21401 United States - Phone: +1 410 280 0445(Tourist Information) /+1 888 302 2852(Toll Free)
    Steeped in history, Annapolis is a vibrant tourist destination. The state capital features an array of activities for all ages. Enjoy waterfront dinning, shopping, and performing arts, as well as sailing and recreational sports. Major attractions include the Banneker-Douglass Museum and the Hammond-Harwood House.
  • Mount de Sales Academy

    700 Academy Road Catonsville, MD 21228 United States - Phone: +1 410 744 8498
    Mount de Sales Academy is a beautifully designed secondary school for girls in Cantonsville. Located about 7 miles (11.62 kilometers)  from Baltimore, the school campus includes the main school building as well as a few gardens and sporting fields. The Italianate styled structure is spread around 12 acres (4.85 hectares) of land. Established in 1852, it ranks among best Catholic schools in the country given its exceptional academic and civic education.
  • Mount Rainier Historic District

    1 Municipal Place Baltimore, MD 20712 United States - Phone: +1 301 985 6585 (Tourist Information)
    Mount Rainier Historic District recognizes the historic homes and structures of this city. The rugged landscape of Mount Rainier led to construction of unique houses among its early settlers, and most of the historic district is comprised of these historic houses. Besides this, the district also includes a few churches and a bank building.
  • Mt. Gilboa Chapel

    2312 Westchester Avenue Catonsville, MD 21228 United States - Phone: +1 410 461 6599
    Established in 1859, Mount Gilboa Chapel is an African Methodist Episcopal Church. The front of the church features Ashlar masonry stone, while the sides and the back portion comprise of rubble. Apart from regular Sunday masses, interactive Bible study sessions and gatherings are organized at this parish. It is believed that Benjamin Banneker, a renowned free African American scholar, was a regular attendee of this church.
  • Church of the Holy Trinity

    2929 Level Road Churchville, MD 21028 United States - Phone: +1 410 836 2227
    Church of the Holy Trinity is a cozy little church which was established in 1878. The beautiful structure is made of stone in the Gothic Revival style of architecture. The interiors are delightful and make use of stained glass windows, thereby giving the church an ancient feel. The church is fully functional even today, with regular masses and religious ceremonies held as per schedule. The church has its annual festival which is celebrated to bring together the community and raise funds for the underprivileged. It also hosts various other programs throughout the year to keep keep its members active and create harmony among them.
  • Churchville Presbyterian Church

    2844 Churchville Road Churchville, MD 21028 United States - Phone: +1 410 734 7344
    Churchville Presbyterian Church is located in Harford County, the original structure dates back to 1820. A brick bell tower was added to the church in 1870 and this Presbyterian church was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1986.
  • Christ Church

    220 Owensville Road West River, MD 20778 United States - Phone: +1 410 867 2443 / +1 410 867 0346
    This Episcopal Christ Church is a small church with a long narrow area extending from the main entrance to the chancel. This beautiful church is known for it's architecture in the historic Carpenter Gothic style. The white structure with the simple green roof ant the tower on top with the cross all adds on to the beauty of the Christ Church.


  • Christ Church Guilford

    6800 Oakland Mills Road Guilford, MD 21045 United States - Phone: +1 410 381 9365
    Formerly known as the 'Old Brick Church', the Christ Church Guilford is a Georgian style structure. The simple bell tower on the top in between the two doors looks beautiful. The walls on the outside are made up of handmade brick. The structure also consisted of two old chimneys which are no longer a part of the structure. The simple architecture of this small rectangular structure is stunning.

  • St. Mary's Rectory

    16305 Saint Mary's Church Road Aquasco, MD 20608 United States - Phone: +1 301 579 2643
    Formerly a church rectory, St. Mary's was later converted into a private residence while preserving its original charm. It was built in 1849 and illustrates a blend of Greek Revival and Italianate styles of architecture. This establishment features on the National Register of Historic Places.
  • Ellicott City Historic District

    Main Street Ellicot City, MD 21043 United States
    Inclusive of antiques, stores, restaurants with delicious foods,cafes, wine tastings, etc. the Ellicott City also comprises of various local attractions, and museum. Known as a central place for the best entertainment in all fields, it is also a place for attracting tourists and locals to spend the day and have a great time with family and friends.

  • Ellicott's Mills Historic District

    144 South of Potapsco River Bridge Oella, MD 21043 United States
    The Ellicott's Mills Historic District is a district that reflects the industries operations of the Ellicott. It features some of the historic buildings and mills, houses of workers working in the mills then and a villa, also consisting of a mammoth multi - story company also known as one of the first merchant flour mill in the States.

  • Dudley's Chapel

    1110 Benton Corner Road Sudlersville, MD 21668 United States - Phone: +1 410 928 3406
    Dudley's Chapel is located in Sudlersville, Queen Anne's County, Maryland and is a historic Methodist church. It is a simple structure and was built in 1783 replete with a gable roof. In 1883, it was refurbished to cover the original brickwork. Francis Asbury, Thomas Coke, Richard Whatcoat, Jesse Lee, and Freeborn Garrettson are among the noted leaders to have preached here. The chapel was added to the National Register of Historic Place on November 15, 1979.
  • Epiphany Chapel and Church House

    1419 Odenton Road Odenton, MD 21113 United States - Phone: +1 410 336 8383
    The Epiphany Chapel and Church House is one story historic frame building. Spread over less than one acre of land, this beautiful whit structure with gable roof is a beauty and has a tower at the intersection of the roof top. The entrance with an additional small roof on the facade looks stunning and makes this a must visit place when present in Maryland. 

  • Lansdowne Christian Church

    101 Clyde Avenue Lansdowne, MD 21227 United States - Phone: +1 410 242 4821

    The Lansdowne Christian Church, also known as the Hull Memorial is a historic church near Baltimore, Maryland. Built in 1903 by Reeser, Lewis & Sons, the church features some beautiful Gothic church style architecture, along with ornate stained glass windows. The structure was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1977 and also to the Maryland’s Civil War Trail in 2004. Today, the church is a hub of cultural activities and events involving the entire community.

  • Garrett Park Historic District

    Flanders Avenue Garrett Park, MD 20896 United States
    Garrett Park Historic District is located in Garrett Park, Montgomery County, Maryland. This 154-acre (62-hectare) residential area is replete with several styles of architecture including Late Victorian, and Late 19th and 20th Century Revivals styles. Established in 1891, it was added to the National Registrar of Historic Places in January 31, 1975.
  • William Talley Recreation Center

    121 North Bentz Street Frederick, MD 21701 United States - Phone: +1 301 600 1492
    The Frederick Armory is located in Frederick, Maryland. It was established for the Maryland National Guard in the early 1900s. John B. Hamme and Lloyd C. Culler were the architects of this building that finds inspiration in medieval fortifications. The building was added to the National Register of Historic Places on September 25, 1985.
  • Shrewsbury Church

    12824 Shrewsbury Church Road Kennedyville, MD 21645 United States - Phone: +1 410 348 5944
    The Shrewsbury Church welcomes one and all to this beautiful parish designed in the Gothic Revival and Vernacular Gothic styles of architecture. The church welcomes all the people to gather together as one family in faith to worship the Lord. Included in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, it dates back to 1834.
  • Springfield Presbyterian Church

    7300 Spout Hill Road Sykesville, MD 21784 United States - Phone: +1 410 795 6152
    Located across the Spout Hill Road, the Springfield Presbyterian Church dates back to 1836. This landmark was incorporated in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1986 and continues to serve the community.
  • Sheppard and Enoch Pratt Hospital

    6501 North Charles Street Baltimore, MD 21285 United States - Phone: +1 410 938 3000
    Popularly known as the Sheppard Pratt, the Sheppard and Enoch Pratt hospital is a psychiatric hospital. This hospital is spread over 20.9 acres ( 8.5 ha) of land. Designed in an amalgamation of the Late Gothic Revival and Norman Revival styles of architecture, the hospital is one of the leading hospitals in the mental health department of the United States. Always places on the top ten positions by the U.S. News and World Report, the hospital is known for it's features of great treatment to it's patients.

  • St. Andrew's Episcopal Chapel

    104 Maple Street Sudlersville, MD 21668 United States - Phone: +1 410 556 6644
    The St. Andrew's Episcopal Church is a historic church that is designed in the Late Gothic Revival style. With the architectural beauty, the structure features the stained glasses lancet windows, gable roofs which all add up to the beauty of this church. The church is also a supportive Christian community that is a great place of worship, learning, and outreach and is open to all the people.

  • James Lawrence Kernan Hospital

    2200 Kernan Drive Baltimore, MD 21207 United States - Phone: +1 410 448 2500 / +1 888 453 7626
    The James Lawrence Kernan Hospital is a ancient historical structure with the beautiful grounds. Spread over 50 acres (20 hectares) of land, the hospital is designed in the amalgamation of Greek Revival and Colonial Revival styles. Known as a center of Rehabilitation and an Orthopedic Institution, the hospital is currently a part of the University of Maryland and is registered as the National Historic Place in the year 1979.

  • St. Paul's Chapel

    1505 Crownsville Road Crownsville, MD 21032 United States - Phone: +1 410 923 0293
    The St. Paul's Chapel is an archaic church built in 1865. Constructed in the Carpenter Gothic style of architecture, it has been functional ever since the beginning. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1973. The pristine white exteriors along with soothing interiors give the church an ancient feel. Please log on to the church's website to know the mass timings.
  • St. Paul's Episcopal Church

    13500 Baden-Westwood Road Brandywine, MD 20613 United States - Phone: +1 301 579 2643
    The St. Paul's Parish Church is a historic church located in Brandywine, Maryland. Originally built in 1733, the church underwent some additions and modifications in 1921, now taking the shape of a cruciform. The brick church was laid in Flemish bond and also includes a small cemetery outside. The structure was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1977.
  • St. Paul's Episcopal Church

    301 South Liberty Street Centreville, MD 21617 United States - Phone: +1 410 758 1533
    The St. Paul's Episcopal Church is a historic church located in Centreville, Maryland. The church complex includes the church building and an adjoining cemetery. The church was built in 1853 by architect Richard Upjohn in his trademark Carpenter Gothic style of architecture and features a steep roof and small bell tower. The church was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1975.
  • St Pauls Episcopal Church

    1914 Ballenger Creek Pike Point of Rocks, MD 21777 United States - Phone: +1 301 874 2995

    The St Pauls Episcopal Church is a historic church located in Point of Rocks, Maryland. The church was constructed in 1842 by slaves from a nearby plantation and features Federal style architecture. During the Revolutionary War, the church was also used as a hospital by the Union troops. Today, the red brick church also has an adjoining graveyard. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1978.

  • St. Peter's Church

    5319 Ocean Gateway Queenstown, MD 21658 United States - Phone: +1 410 827 8404
    The St. Peter's Church is a historic church located in Queenstown, Maryland. Originally built in 1823, the church underwent modifications in 1877 and took on a more Victorian Gothic appearance with a cruciform layout and rose windows. The interiors retain the original features with beautiful stained glass windows. The church was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1980.
  • St. Luke's Church

    Church Lane Church Hill, MD 21623 United States - Phone: +1 410 556 6644

    The St. Luke's Church is a historic church located in Church Hill, Maryland. Its construction was completed in 1730 by Reverend John. Italianate style architecture was used, with Flemish bond laid red bricks and a gambrel roof. The church was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1977.

  • St. John's Episcopal Church

    9801 Livingston Road Fort Washington, MD 20744 United States - Phone: +1 301 248 4290

    The St. John's Episcopal Church is a historic church located in Fort Washington, in the state of Maryland. Built in 1767, the brick building of the church features a hip roof with a gentle slope and Gothic Revival style exteriors. It holds the distinction of being one of the oldest churches in the county. The church was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1974.

  • Thomas Run Church

    2546 Thomas Run Road Bel Air, MD 21015 United States - Phone: +1 410 420 0002
    The Thomas Run Church or Watters Meeting House is a historical landmark of Harford County. Incorporated in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, it is still operational and continues to serve the community.
  • Old Wye Church

    14114 Old Wye Mills Road Wye Mills, MD 21679 United States - Phone: +1 410 827 8484
    Old Wye Church was established in 1721, and it represents the Georgian Anglican style of architectural design. Acknowledging its historical significance, it was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1984.
  • All Saints Episcopal Church

    106 West Church Street Frederick, MD 21701 United States - Phone: +1 301 663 5625
    With a history dating back to 1742, All Saints Episcopal Church is nestled in the center of downtown Frederick. Its prominent tower is one of the highlights of the city skyline and its beautiful neo-Gothic building is a sight to behold. The church is known for its musical events and outreach programs. Events such as Christmas in April and Greens and Gifts sale are some of the much anticipated occasions of the neighborhood. One can even stroll through their lovely garden which is tucked away behind the structure. All Saints Episcopal Church also has many spaces usable for various functions and meetings.
  • Old Salem Church and Cemetery

    905 Frederick Road Catonsville, MD 21228 United States - Phone: + 410 747 0720
    The Gothic Revival style church was erected in 1849. German Lutheran settlers established this Lutheran church. It also featured in the National Register of Historic Places in 1977 and has an adjoining cemetery.
  • Rock Creek Woods Historic District

    Connecticut Avenue Kensington, MD 20902 United States
    The Rock Creek Woods Historic District is a modern suburban settlement that consists of many houses. Though the architectural style of the contributing buildings is contemporary, the layout of the district remains original and intact. The properties on this district were built between 1958 and 1961.
  • Warfield Complex

    Warfield Complex Sykesville, MD 21784 United States
    The Warfield Complex represents the changed attitude towards mental illness and recognition of the need to treat mental illness at a medical facility. It is home to 16 structures that together constitute the historical district. The Warfield Complex, Hubner, and T Buildings was incorporated in the National Register of Historic Places in 2000.
  • Trinity Church

    7474 Washington Boulevard Elkridge, MD 21075 United States - Phone: +1 410 799 7974
    Also known as Trinity on the Pike Church, the Trinity Episcopal Church dates back to 1857. Over the period of time, additions and repairs were made to this 1857 structure. However, in 2001, the church building was hit by a massive earthquake; owing to the efforts of the church and its community this splendid structure was restored. Added to the National Register of Historic Places, this church goes beyond religious preaching and helps the community in every possible way. The on-site thrift shop is one such endeavour, people donate and buy used clothes and other items from this shop. Working closely with the Ghanaian Mother's Hope, it regularly donates clothes to Ghana. This historic chapel along with its Parish Hall can also be rented for weddings and receptions. For event schedule and other updates, call ahead.
  • St. Thomas Church

    232 Saint Thomas Lane Owings Mills, MD 21117-3800 United States - Phone: +1 410 363 1044
    Located to the east of Owing Mills, the history of this church dates back to 1742, when it was established as the 'Chapel of Ease' to serve the natives of Garrison Forest. It was a small structure constructed in the Gregorian style. The church underwent expansion in the 1800s and a complete renovation in 1970. Along with its adjoining cemetery, St. Thomas' Church occupies eight acres (three hectares) of space. Its addition to the National Register of Historic Places in 1979 was monumental.
  • St. Thomas' Church

    14070 Brandywine Road Croom, MD 20613 United States - Phone: +1 301 627 8469
    Nestled in Croom, Saint Thomas' Episcopal Church is one of the oldest churches in Maryland. The construction of the church began in 1743, and was completed two years later in 1745. It was designed by Daniel Page in the Gregorian style, and was known as the 'Page Chapel' until the mid-19th Century. Thomas John Clagett, the first Episcopal Bishop of Maryland, served at this church. In 1888, a bell tower was added in his name. The 19th Century also saw Victorian architectural additions made to the Gregorian structure.

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