Entertainment

Museums & Galleries

We don’t mean to brag, but our art is artsier than your art. Downtown is home to Maryland’s newest Arts & Entertainment District, the Bromo Arts District. A ton of creatives call Baltimore home. Many find their way here because of MICA or the A&E Districts, or move here for the housing and artistic opportunities – or maybe they just really like crab cakes and rooftop decks.

Browse the collection at the Baltimore Museum of Art, and be sure to stay and see what some of the smaller walls in town are showing like the studios in the Bromo Seltzer Tower, Mark Cottman Gallery, or C. Grimaldis gallery.

Art collectives and galleries have filled previously empty storefronts in many neighborhoods around Downtown. Catch the lecture or take a class at the School 33 Art Center, Maryland Arts Place, Downtown Cultural Arts Center, or Eubie Blake Cultural Center.


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  • National Aquarium

    Admission to the Aquarium is half-price on Friday evenings after five, all year! Visit over 20,000 of your Downtown aquatic neighbors (thanks to the generosity of M&T Bank).

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  • Baltimore Seafood Festival

    Tickets are on sale now for the 4th annual Baltimore Seafood Festival which takes place September 16 in Canton Waterfront Park. Enjoy drinks, live music, and (of course) seafood with hundreds of your fellow Baltimoreans.

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  • Baltimore Bike Party

    Take an eight mile ride around Baltimore with thousands of your closest friends. Baltimore Bike Party is one of the best (and most fun) ways to see the city, and always ends with a big party. Each bike party takes place on the last Friday of the month and features a theme.

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  • Sandlot

    James Beard Award-winning chef Spike Gjerde is set to open a nearly 30,000 sq. ft. food and recreation concept in Harbor Point called Sandlot. Opening in May, the outdoor dining space will feature bocce and volleyball, concerts, a kid's play space, and more.

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