33 Art Center
Some of the best artists from the mid-Atlantic region are represented at the 33 Art Center. Come and enjoy these beautiful works of art for free, what could be better?
The Cylburn Arboretum is a 208 acre nature preserve and city park located in the heart of Baltimore. See amazing Japanese maples, hollies, conifers, Maryland oaks, magnolias, and more.
Edgar Allan Poe’s Grave
Once upon a midnight dreary, while I pondered, weak and weary, I visited the grave of Edgar Allan Poe—and you should too! The master of horror unequaled in American literature until, possibly Stephen King, requests your presence at his graveside—don’t be like the raven and only quoth “Nevermore!”
Top 3 Things to Do In Baltimore
The Maryland Science Center offers open-air, rooftop stargazing every Friday from 5:30 until 9 pm. You can see the wonders of the universe through the observatories telescope that was first built in 1927.
Spend an Evening at the Fell’s Point Art Loop
Baltimore is an art heavy city and the Fell’s Point Art Loop is where many of the local artist hang out. Spend a whole evening talking with artists, sampling some fine cheese, and of course drinking some great wine.
Tour the Many Outdoor Monuments
Baltimore is home to some of the best and most numerous outdoor monuments in the United States. The Kaytn Memorial commemorates Polish civilians executed by the Soviet Union in March of 1940. The Washington Memorial at Mount Vernon was the first of many build to honor the first President of the United States. The Babe Ruth and Johnny Unitas statues honor some of the greatest players in history.