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Must dos an sees in Charm City. Our eclectic mix of museums for all ages, hands-on activities, historical sights and art, there will always be something new and different for you to experience here in Baltimore. Here's just a sampling from the New Your Times Article "36 Hours In Baltimore"

The Baltimore List
Host: Janice Kaufmann

Show 1: Baltimore Beer Week Uncovered (21:37). Guest Joe Gold founder of Baltimore Beer Week.
Link: Baltimore Beer Week

Tourism Talk with the Baltimore Tourism Association (BTA)
Host: Chris Riehl, President of Baltimore Rent-A-Tour

The Baltimore Song written by Chris Riehl (4:14)

Baltimore Tourism Association (BTA) Promos:

Promo 1 (00:20) Promo 2 (00:19) Promo 3 (00:14)

Intro to Baltimore Tourism Association (12:29) with Nora Campbell, BTA President
Link: Baltimore Tourism Association

Ripley's Believe It or Not in Baltimore (14:01) Guest, Nora Campbell- General Manager of Ripley’s in Baltimore
Link: Ripley's Believe It or Not Baltimore

Howl at the Moon in Baltimore (11:06) Guest, Jennifer Winters- Sales and Events Manager of Howl at the Moon in Baltimore
Link: Howl at the Moon Baltimore

Baltimore Rent-A-Tour (10:00) BTA President Nora Campbell interviews Chris Riehl, President of Baltimore Rent-A-Tour
Link: Baltimore Rent-A-Tour

Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower (12:45) Guest, Betsy Stone, Leasing Administrator/Exhibitions, Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower talks about its provision of studio spaces for visual and literary artists and the rich history of the tower.
Link: Bromo Seltzer Tower

National Aquarium (14:30) Guest, Kate Hendrickson, Media Relations Manager for the National Aquarium talks about their programs and their conservation goals.
Link: National Aquarium

Watermark Cruises (13:25) Guest, Director of Sales & Marketing April O’Brien, talks about the Baltimore and Annapolis cruises her company provides and the upcoming season.
Link: Watermark Cruises

Urban Pirates (14:05) Guest, General Manager Adam Sahhar, talks about their unique pirate themed cruises and plans for the launch of the new season in April.
Link: Urban Pirates

Baltimore Water Taxi (15:10) Laura Anzivino, Director of Sales & Marketing for the Baltimore Water Taxi, a Baltimore tradition for 35 years talks about their routes and what’s coming up in the new season.
Link: Baltimore Water Taxi

Reginald F Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History & Culture (16:18) Guest, Helen Yuen, Director of Marketing, talks about the programs they offer that features Maryland’s African American history and culture
Link: Reginald F Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History & Culture

Spirit Cruises (13:12) Guest, Beth Sanchez, Director of Sales for Spirit Cruises discusses the Baltimore afternoon and evening cruises and the offerings from their new celebrity chef.
Link: Spirit Cruises

Chesapeake Shakespeare Company (17:05) Guest, Lesley Malin, Managing Director of the Chesapeake Shakespeare Company talks about the company’s move to their new theatre in Baltimore in September 2014, upcoming productions and their ongoing outdoor summer program in Howard County.
Link: Chesapeake Shakespeare Company

1. Museums and Historic Sites. There may be no better introduction to Baltimore than the extrordinary diversity of our musuems. Here a list of many of fantastic historical and other attractions in Charm City:

Historic Landmarks
Babe Ruth Birthplace and Museum
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Museum
Baltimore Civil War Museum
Baltimore Heritage Quilters Guild
Museum of Industry
Baltimore Streetcar Museum
Dr. Samuel D. Harris National Museum of Dentistry
Eubie Blake National Jazz Institute and Cultural Center
Fells Point Tours & Preservation Society
Flag House and Star-Spangled Banner Museum
Peabody Library
Hampton National Historic Site
Hancock’s Resolution
Historic Ships in Baltimore
Howard "Pete" Rawlings Conservatory
Irish Railroad Workers Museum
A Shrine Jewish Museum of Maryland
Lacrosse Museum & National Hall of Fame
Lovely Lane Museum and Archives
Maryland Historical Society
Maryland Museum of Military History
Mother Seton House and Old St. Mary’s Seminary
National Great Blacks in Wax Museum
Patterson Park Pagoda and Fountain Area
Phoenix Shot Tower
Pride of Baltimore II
The Reginald F. Lewis Museum
The Women's Industrial Exchange
Top of the World Observation Level
University of Maryland School of Nursing Museum
USS Constellation Museum
Washington Monument and Museum
Zion Church of the City of Baltimore

Art Museums
American Visionary Art Museum
Contemporary Museum
Baltimore Museum of Art Baltimore
Walters Art Museum

Historic House Museums
Carroll Mansion
Clifton Mansion
Evergreen Museum & Library
Garrett-Jacobs Mansion George
Homewood Museum
Mount Clare Museum House
Robert Long House and 18th Century Gardens

Other Attractions:
Geppi’s Entertainment Museum
Maryland Science Center
National Aquarium
Port Discovery Children’s Museum
Ripley's Believe it Or Not
Sports Legends Museum at Camden Yards

History Tours
Baltimore Black Heritage Tours
Baltimore Heritage Quilters Guild
Baltimore National Heritage Walk
Mount Vernon Cultural Walk
The Original Fells Point Ghost Walk
The Preservation Society Walking Tours (Fells Point)


2. Neighborhoods. Board the free shuttle bus the Charm City Circulator to visit many of the unique neighborhoods that make up Baltimore City.

South: Barre Circle; Federal Hill Harborview, Hollins Market; Locust Point; McHenry Row; Otterbein; Pigtown; Ridgely's Delight Union Square
Southeast: Brewer's Hill; Butchers Hill Canton; Fells Point; Fells Prospect; Greektown; Harbor East; Hopkins Bayview; Highlandtown; Jonestown; Little Italy; Patterson Park; Upper Fells Point; Washington Hill
Central: Baltimore Westside; Bolton Hill; Charles Center, Downtown, Inner Harbor, Lexington Market; Madison Park, Mount Vernon; Reservoir Hill; Seton Hill; Station North; University of Maryland,
North: Charles Village; Cold Spring; Village of Cross Keys; Cylburn; Ednor Gardens; Evergreen; Govans; Greenspring; Guilford; Hampden; Homeland; Johns-Hopkins; Kenilworth Park; Mount Washington; Roland Park; Waverly; Woodberry; Wyman Park

3. Shopping. As with any city, Baltimore offers a diverse and eclectic mix of shopping venues in our many neighborhoods in our city. Here is a sample list of neighborhoods that offer just about anything you would want to buy in Charm City and are accessible via the Charm City Circulator: Fells Point, Harbor East, The Rotunda, Inner Harbor & the Gallery, Canton Square, Hampden, Federal Hill, Mount Vernon, Mount Washington.

4. Arts Districts. The creativity is alive and thriving within Baltimore's three state-designated Arts & Entertainment (A&E) Districts:

The Station North A&E District,
Many galleries and studios just steeps away from Amtrak's Penn Station and the Maryland Institute College of Art.
The Highlandtown A&E District,
Nicknamed "ha!", is among one of the city's most culturally diverse neighborhoods.
Bromo Tower A&E District,
The iconic, historic structure is where eclectic visual and performing arts venues have sprouted.

5. Music & Theatre. Catch a live performance at one of our many theatres.

Baltimore Opera Company
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra
Charles Theatre
Everyman Theatre
Fell's Point Corner Theatre
The Hippodrome: France Merrick Performance Art Center
Meyerhoff Symphony Hall
Toby’s Dinner Theatre

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