Baltimore Attractions

What doesn't the city of Baltimore have? It offers many museums, galleries, theaters and monuments as well as sporting venues, shops, and markets. Whatever your pleasure, there is truly something for everyone. So enjoy your time in Baltimore and visit some of these places recommended by Visit Baltimore during your visit and attendance at the 104th ICMA Annual Conference

ICMA’s Annual Conference will offer you new opportunities to help fulfill your commitment to career-long learning. You will hear about the innovative ideas and practical strategies you need to deal with the challenges facing local governments today. It's an educational and networking opportunity that you can’t afford to miss! Registration opens June 6!

 


Take an Insider's Tour of the National Aquarium

One of the city's most popular attractions, the National Aquarium features an incredible 20,000 animals.

  


Baltimore Loves Books - Explore Its Literary Scene

It’s no surprise that many famous writers have called Charm City their home.

 


Ghost Tours and Haunted Places

Walk throuh the cobblestreets of Baltimore, a place of history and where ghosts roam.

 


Baltimore's Must See Pilgramage Pieces

You don’t have to travel the world to see worthwhile art. Baltimore is home to five world-renowned objects d’art

 


Uncover Secrets of Poe's Life in Baltimore

Experience the mysterious life and literary legacy of Edgar Allan Poe through an exclusive tour.

 


Visit the Maryland Science Center

Entertaining & educational, the MSC is undoubtedly one of the city's most exciting places to visit.

 


Sports Places That You Cannot Miss

Even if you don’t get the chance to catch a game, there’s plenty of “locals only” sporting sights to add to your itinerary.

 


Visit Penguin Coast at the Maryland Zoo

This exciting penguin habitat provides an enhanced natural environment designed to reflect the home of these unique coastal birds.

See Also: Baltimore Dining and Nightlife | Baltimore Neighborhoods | Baltimore History & Heritage

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