A visit to Charm City doesn't have to break the bank. Here's a sampler of wonderful free attractions in Baltimore, so you can save your money for necessities like food and shelter. The Baltimore Museum of Art contains more than 90,000 works of 15th- to 19th-century contemporary and modern art, … [Read more...] about 11 Free Attractions in Baltimore
Whether you're at home or traveling, get FREE admission to more than 1,300 venues in all 50 states during the 13th annual Smithsonian Museum Day Live! on Sept. 23. To get started, visit the Museum Day site and fill out a form with some basic information. Then, the ticket will be e-mailed to you for … [Read more...] about September 23: Free Museum Admission Across U.S.
You have to be of a "certain age" to remember drive-in theaters, which were especially cool if you had a convertible and could star-gaze while watching a flick on the big screen. Of course, kids liked sitting outside, even if it meant the sound from the small speaker hooked to the car … [Read more...] about 2017 Summer Movies Under the Stars in Baltimore
The History of Light in Baltimore In 1816, Baltimore was the first city in the United States to suggest illuminating its streets with hydrogen gas lanterns. Light City honors Baltimore’s contribution to urban innovation, forever transforming cities across the country with … [Read more...] about Light City Baltimore 2017
It's winter, one of the best times to visit the classic monuments on the National Mall. Huh? Think about it: once the inauguration is over, it will be relatively quiet, with fewer crowds, so you can linger as long as you like and mull over famous inscriptions. With no summer haze and the possibility … [Read more...] about Seven Icons on Washington, DC’s National Mall