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Baltimore, MD Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 75
Total Sleeping Rooms 12,405
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 757
Committable Meeting Rooms* 77
Convention Center Space 407,216 Sq. Ft.
Largest Exhibit Space 300,000 Sq. Ft.
Largest Ballroom 300,000 Sq. Ft.
Average Hotel Room Rate USD $161
Average Daily Meal Cost USD $69
Average Weekly Car Rental USD $188
*Maximum for a single hotel

Baltimore, MD Things to Do and Attractions

Historic Charles Street Scenic Byway

Bisecting the city from north to south, this street has been known as Charles Street since as early as 1761. With speculations that Charles Street was once a Susquehannock Indian trail, its history even predates that of the city. In 1824 the "first"

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Inner Harbor

This pedestrian-friendly mecca is full of life day and night and provides entertainment for couples, families and professionals. Visit Harborplace and The Gallery for a wide variety of dining and shopping experiences. Engage your senses at the

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Lexington Market

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The oldest, continuously running market in the U.S., this Baltimore icon was established in 1782 after General Howard donated the farmland that would become the site of the Lexington Market following the Revolutionary War. Farmers converged on the

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Oriole Park at Camden Yards

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Construction on this classic ball field began in 1989 and was completed in 1992, when it became the official home of the Orioles. Oriole Park's Center Field rests on the former family residence of baseball star Babe Ruth. Traditional in design, the

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American Visionary Art Museum (AVAM)

The AVAM is America's national museum for self-taught, intuitive art. Opened by former psychiatric nurse and founder, Rebecca Hoffberger, AVAM takes pride in the fact that it is a "pretty un-museumy" museum. The museum strives to explore and expand

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Baltimore Harbor Cruises

Various ships offer cruises on the Inner Harbor for individuals, small groups or the entire company. The Spirit of Baltimore is available for public cruises or private charters complete with dining, dancing and stunning harbor views. Watermark

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Baltimore Lyric Opera

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A Baltimore icon, the Lyric Opera House opened in 1894 with a performance by the Boston Symphony Orchestra. It has enjoyed an illustrious and varied career, hosting everything from boxing matches to cooking shows on its stage. The Lyric's excellent

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France-Merrick Performing Arts Center at the Hippodrome

The France-Merrick Performing Arts Center hosts world-class stage performances from its location in Baltimore's revitalized west side. Performances include popular Broadway shows, jazz and gospel performances and community events. The newly-restored

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Comedy Factory

Visitors will surely get a laugh from top comedians from around the country at this entertainment hotspot. Past comedians that have taken the stage include Robin Williams and Judy Tenuta. Located in Power Plant Live!, show times are as follows:

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Fells Point Ghost Walk

Guests can take a step into the past on this eerie tour of the Fells Point port neighborhood just as it was in its heyday: full of immigrants, sailors, ladies of the night and other characters looking to make a buck off of the booming shipyard

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Fell's Point Immigration Walking Tour

Second only to Ellis Island in the number of immigrants that traveled through its port during the 19th century, Baltimore was the port of entry for approximately two million immigrants between 1861 and 1930. The largest group of immigrants to arrive

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Grand Central

Grand Central morphs from a dance club to a swanky bar to a casual pub depending on the time of day and day of the week. Acclaimed for their happy hour (4-8pm), Grand Central has six bars, numerous pool tables and a video pub. The Grand Central

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National Great Blacks In Wax Museum

This free museum is the first wax museum in the country that is dedicated to African American history. Here, visitors can observe over 100 wax and scene figures, as well as a model slave ship exhibit highlighting the 400-year-history of the Atlantic

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Power Plant Live

Guests are sure to find a place fitting of their ideal night on the town at this collection of bars, clubs and restaurants located right on the Inner Harbor. Enjoy an upscale and intimate feel at the Havana Club; jump onstage with two baby grand

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The Walters Art Museum

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The Walters Art Museum features art from all over the world from pre-dynastic Egypt to 20th-century Europe. Treasures include paintings by the Old Masters; Greek sculpture, Art Deco jewelry and 19th-century American and European masterpieces. The

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Sascha's 527

This 19th-century Victorian townhouse-turned-restaurant is a stunning setting with its 16-foot-tall marbleized columns and inviting red velvet curtains. A turn-of-the-century chandelier creates a romantic ambience, while a rotating display of artwork

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The Brewer's Art

With a plethora of beers to choose from including Flemish, Belgian, Italian and Japanese beers, as well as microbrews, hard cider, and house beers like the Belgian "devil" beer, this is "the place" to come for beers. After selecting the perfect beer,

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Vaccaro's in Little Italy

Established in 1956, Baltimoreans keep coming back to this combination caf-pastry shop. An Italian dessert specialist, Vaccaro's has an amazing variety of dishes for the sweet tooth including 15 varieties of gelato, cannoli, rum cake, tiramisu, six

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National Aquarium, Baltimore

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The National Aquarium in Baltimore is a must-see for any visitor to the city. Opened in 1981, this world-famous aquarium attracts over 1.6 million visitors per year with its convenient Inner Harbor location. Explore the underwater world in a few

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Enoch Pratt Free Library

As a result of over a million dollars of donations made by Enoch Pratt in 1882, Baltimore's Pratt Free Library was established in 1888 with one central library and five branch libraries. One of the oldest free libraries in the United States, it now

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Maryland Science Center

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Located on the west side of the Inner Harbor, this interactive museum is a wonderful place to bring children. At the Maryland Science Center young guests can embark upon a hands-on voyage through the human body, excavate dinosaur fossils, touch a

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Frederick Douglass-Isaac Myers Maritime Park and Museum

The Douglass-Myers Maritime Park is a national heritage site with an on-site, interactive museum highlighting African American maritime history, the life of Isaac Myers, and the saga of Frederick Douglass' life as an enslaved child and young man in

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Federal Hill Park

Pristine with great views of the Inner Harbor, this historic site is home to a monument dedicated to Major General Samuel Smith, who helped to thwart the attack on Baltimore by the British in the War of 1812. He later became a Congressman, a

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Sherwood Gardens

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Founded in 1927 by John W. Sherwood, this six-acre park is at its best in April and May, when spring flowers are in full bloom. Known as the most famous tulip garden in North America, the gardens see nearly 80,000 tulips in bloom along with a host of

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