Patterson Park – Something for the Entire Family

Patterson Park covers more than 130 acres in Southeast Baltimore and offers a multitude of recreational activities for locals and visitors. The park’s icon, the Pagoda, was designed in 1890, and from the top of the tower you can see downtown, numerous Baltimore neighborhoods and the Patapsco River. Restored in 2002, the Pagoda is open on … [Read More...]

Penguins. Closer Than Ever

The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore is thrilled to have completed its new state-of-the-art exhibit, Penguin Coast. This exciting African penguin habitat provides an enhanced natural environment designed to reflect the South African home of these unique coastal birds. Among other enhancements, this new exhibit space allows guests to get closer … [Read More...]

Opening Day for Orioles @ Camden Yards

Here's what you need to know about Opening Day. Schedule 10 a.m.: Orioles parking lots open 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.: Orioles batting practice Noon: Gates open 12:30-1:30 p.m.: Twins batting practice 1:30-2:30 p.m.: Field preparation 2:30 p.m.: Ceremonies begin For more about the pregame ceremonies, go here. … [Read More...]

Everyone’s a Kid Day at the Zoo

What: On the first Tuesday of the month March through November, all ticket prices are the at the child admission rate of $13 a person; $5 off adult admission. When: 10 a.m. - 4 p.m., March 1 Where: The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore, 1876 Mansion House Drive, Baltimore, MD 21217 … [Read More...]

Visit One of Baltimore’s Famous Resident’s Final Resting Place

The writer Edgar Allen Poe was one of Baltimore’s most infamous residents. If you don’t want to pay the admission fee of the Edgar Allen Poe House and Museum, you can see his grave for free. The 80-inch memorial, decorated with a bust of the poet, in the Westminster Hall cemetery records his birthday incorrectly as January 20th, 1809 (It … [Read More...]

Black History Month Celebration

Journey into Baltimore’s past with the National Aquarium, as they celebrate Black History Month with an evening focusing on black history throughout the region. Enjoy music, performances and more fun for the whole family. Live jazz will transport you back to one of Baltimore’s legendary jazz clubs, allowing you to explore National … [Read More...]

Baltimore Restaurant Week

Baltimore Restaurant Week is the oldest, biggest, and best Restaurant Week in the region. This year, two-course lunch and brunch menus are $15 or $20, and three-course dinner menus are $25 or $35 (not including tax, gratuity or alcohol). Menus will be available in early January. Make your reservations today! Baltimore Restaurant Week … [Read More...]