Maryland’s largest art museum with ancient mosaics, American and African contemporary art, European, Native American and Pacific Island art, ever-changing exhibitions, sculpture gardens with summer jazz concerts, and museum shop and restaurant. No admission fee.
Among the most important orchestras in the world, performing over 100 concerts a year, including classical, pops, holiday, family, special events and summer programs.
Distinctive neighborhood behind the Museum of Art, between the Baltimore Zoo, and Johns Hopkins University, with events such as HampdenFest, Hampden Halloween, HonFest, and a Christmas Parade; quirky little shops and a variety of restaurants. See the website of the Merchants Association for details.
Major 18th century port, now the main tourist attraction of Baltimore with Harborplace & Gallery shopping, dining and year-round entertainment, from concerts, street performers and special events to visiting ships and holiday fireworks.
The Power Plant is a complex a block away, of bars, clubs, and restaurants, with free live music entertainment weekly on the Plaza stage from May through October, featuring popular regional acts and national recording artists.
A baseball-only facility in downtown Baltimore, the official home of the Orioles since 1992. The former railroad center is 12 minutes west on foot from Inner Harbor, just 2 blocks from the birthplace of George Herman "Babe" Ruth.