Living in Baltimore

Baltimore CityBaltimore is a young, active town within a robust medical community. Known as Charm City, Baltimore is home to dozens of neighborhoods, each with its own distinct look and feel. Social activities, creative eats and great shopping are abundant in the trendy Harbor East area, and historic Fell's Point and Federal Hill continue to be favorites with medical center employees. Learn more about the surprises waiting in Baltimore and why people love city life.

  • Baltimore's Inner Harbor

    Baltimore's Inner Harbor, contains a waterfront promenade, a visitor's center, world famous attractions such as the National Aquarium in Baltimore and the Maryland Science Center.
  • Baltimore Attractions

    Baltimore has attractions for all tastes and pleasures. Animal lovers can visit the Maryland Zoo in Baltimore and the National Aquarium, sports aficionados can catch games at the Baltimore Ravens NFL Stadium and those with a more creative touch can visit the multiple museums such as the beautiful Baltimore Museum of Arts. 

  • Baltimore Neighborhoods

    Each neighborhood in Baltimore represents a different style and personality. Tastes and options range from Little Italy with a lot of flavor to Federal Hill and Fells Point with vibrant nightlife. 

  • Favorite Restaurants

    Take a tour of the world with never ending dining options. Enjoy a delicious paella at Tapas Teatro or try something new at Thai Landing in the heart of Mount Vernon.

  • Festivals and Seasonal Events

     Take some time off and enjoy the many festivals and seasonal events. Place your bets at the Pimloco Racetrack and the Preakness Stakes or go back in time at the Maryland Renaissance Festival. 

  • Historic Baltimore

    Are you a history buff? Get a hands on encounter with history and visit the USS Constellation or the Lloyd Street Synagogue, the first synagogue in Maryland. 

  • Music


  • Spiritual Baltimore

     Baltimore has deep and varied religious traditions. The city is home to the oldest Catholic cathedral in the United States, as well as the first African American Catholic community in the country. Explore the numerous churches, synagogues, mosques and other places of worship found here.

  • Theater

     Don't forget to include theater and dance into your weekend plans in the city. Catch a show at one of the many venues including Center Stage, Everyman Theater and The Charles Theater.

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