November's Fun-Filled Adventures Near Harbor Park Garage! A city building stands tall, mirrored in the tranquil waters nearby.

Uncover Family TreasuresHello, Harbor Park explorers! As the amber leaves of autumn cascade down, painting Baltimore in warm hues, we’re embracing the crisp air with a heart full of adventure. November is not just about giving thanks; it’s about spending precious moments with family, creating memories that last. Nestled in the heart of the Inner Harbor, Harbor Park Garage offers the perfect starting point for an array of family-friendly escapades. Let’s dive into a world of fun, education, and awe-inspiring experiences that await you this November!1. Port Discovery Children’s Museum: A World Where Play Inspires Learning! While specific November events are under wraps, Port DiscoveryRead More →

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THE REGINALD F. LEWIS MUSEUM WILL REOPEN TO THE PUBLIC THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10 For the safety of our visitors, the Reginald F. Lewis Museum has established the following visitor guidelines to protect against the spread of COVID-19: • All visitors are required to wear face masks while in the museum. • Visitors will enter through the museum’s front doors on E. Pratt Street and exit through the Group Tours on Slemmer’s Alley. • Timed passes are recommended. The museum’s hours have been updated to Thursday to Saturdays 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. and Sundays 12 – 5 p.m. Click HERE to purchase a timed admission pass.Read More →

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This year, back to school season in Baltimore (and all over the country) looks a little different than it did in the past – 2020 has brought more than its fair share of surprises. Though the first day of school won’t look like it did last year, more flexible schedules mean more opportunities for family time field trips – and downtown Baltimore provides tons of great spots for (safe) family fun and learning. Here are a few ideas for educational and exciting trips downtown: Reginald F. Lewis Museum The Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History & Culture has been closed to theRead More →

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After months at home with the kids, exploring the backyard or basement again starts to feel a little stale. Now is the perfect time to mix things up with a quick trip to downtown Baltimore. While some downtown attractions remain temporarily closed to visitors, including the Reginald F. Lewis Museum and Port Discovery Children’s Museum (opening in early August), other fun destinations have put new safety protocols in place and reopened to the public. Here are some ideas for downtown outings that will be safe and fun for the whole family: The National Aquarium The Aquarium reopened to the public on July 1, albeit withRead More →

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Since the 1920s, the month of February has been a time to celebrate the history of African Americans in the United States – and here in Baltimore. This month, several Baltimore institutions have organized events and experiences designed to educate the public about – and honor – the contributions of black Marylanders and Americans. Here’s a look at ways to celebrate the month around downtown Baltimore: Reginald F. Lewis Museum events The Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History & Culture hosts multiple events throughout the month. On Sunday, Feb. 9, the museum will screen “Wax Prints,” a film about the history ofRead More →

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Martin Luther King, Jr. Day – also known as MLK Day – is Monday, January 20 this year. The day celebrates and honors Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., the minister, activist, and leader of the civil rights movements in the United States. Dr. King was born on January 15, 1929; the third Monday in January is a federal holiday recognizing his birth and impact. Over the weekend, there will be many events designed to remember Dr. King and educate people of all ages about his important role in U.S. history. In downtown Baltimore, some of the best events combining fun and education will take placeRead More →

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! The holidays are in full swing in downtown Baltimore and that means concerts, Christmas movies, Kwanzaa celebrations and more. It’s a festive season – and a busy one in downtown Baltimore. Here’s a look at some of the best ways to celebrate the season in Baltimore this month: Listen to Music There are concerts galore in the city this month, featuring all sorts of different artists and genres. One of the biggest in town is WPOC’s Acoustic Christmas Show, which takes over Rams Head Live on December 11. The concert features Emma White and Gone West andRead More →