Entertainment

Family Fun

Kids love Downtown Baltimore, but more importantly parents do too. There is a lot to love here with family-friendly attractions like the world-renowned National Aquarium and Maryland Science Center.

Beyond the expansive buildings and charming architecture, is a quietly thriving infrastructure of family friendly organizations. The Downtown Baltimore Family Alliance and the Downtown Baltimore Jewish Community Center have a plethora of information about living in the city with children, hosting fun events for wee-ones, and they have an active list serve for residents. The Walters Art Museum has free drop in art activities for young creatives every weekend and Cool Progeny has set out to make urban living fun for everyone by throwing super hero parties, play dates and more.

Where can kids play in a concrete jungle? Everywhere. Downtown has parks and plazas every couple of blocks. Add a stroll through Pierce’s Park or West Shore Park on your outings list and your kids can enjoy artistic play equipment and water fountains.






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  • Baltimore Family Biking Open House

    Join Bikemore and Baltimore Family Bike Party for an open house on March 3 to learn about bike setups, resources, and more to help you feel more comfortable riding with your family.

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  • Cocktail Hour: Bar Vasquez

    Bar Vasquez knows how to happy hour. Each month they offer a special $5 cocktail along with a selection of $5 wines and snacks, every Monday - Friday, 5-7pm.

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  • Dine and Drink Around The World

    The Baltimore Chapter of the National Association for Catering and Event will have guest experiencing global food and beverage concepts put together by the teams. Take part in the experience by voting for your favorite design team.

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  • Everyman Theatre

    "What begins as an ordinary summer day at the CT home of the Tyrone family morphs into a night filled with foggy, drink-laced demons where long-buried secrets are revealed..." Long Day's Journey Into Night runs 1/31-3/4 at Everyman Theatre.

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  • Long Day's Journey Into Night

    A long-revered showcase for tour-de-force performances, Eugene O’Neill’s Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning masterpiece (published posthumously) lays bare what we all know to be true: the ardor of familial love cannot always protect you.

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  • Film: Tell Them We Are Rising

    Tell Them We Are Rising explores the pivotal role historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) have played over the course of 150 years in American history, culture, and identity. Stanley Nelson's film reveals the rich history of HBCUs and the power of higher education to transform lives and advance civil rights and equality in the face of injustice.

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  • Hotel Revival

    Hotel Revival is set to open this spring, bringing fantastic dining and drinking spots like Square Meal, Topside (a rooftop restaurant and bar), and karaoke rooms to Mt. Vernon.

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  • Light City 2018

    Light City-the free festival of light, music and innovation- returns to Baltimore for its third year in April.

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  • The Parkway Theater

    The Parkway Theater is now open in Station North after an extensive (and beautiful) renovation. Enjoy thoughtful film selections in their restored theaters.

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  • The Bygone

    The Bygone is now open at the top of the Four Seasons in Harbor East. Take in the views while you dine and sip from their extensive cocktail, wine, and champagne lists.

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