The Inner Harbor is Baltimore’s crown jewel and welcomes thousands of city-wide, regional and international visitors annually. The Maryland Science Center and The National Aquarium are each full of interactive presentations that will blow the minds of explorers both young and old. This space plays host to local entertainment, boutique pop-up markets and seasonal festivals during the year with the beautiful marina full of boats serving as the backdrop. The Inner Harbor’s newest addition, Rash Field Park, is the city’s all-in-one recreational meeting place where children play, skaters ride, volleyballers spike and Baltimoreans come to relax while taking in the scenery.
Harbor East is Baltimore’s top destination for high-end retail and five-star dining with a location that places you in the middle of everything happening on the waterfront. This stylish neighborhood of international cuisine is also known for its luxury hotels like the elegant Four Seasons, premiere nightlife and award-winning residences that are making many trade-in their old addresses for this new and vibrant community by our wonderful harbor.
Harbor Point represents the skyline of Baltimore’s luminous future. Where a former industrial site once sat now stands a host of innovative companies who call this model of the city’s tomorrow home. Residents work, live and play here, too. Central Plaza’s spacious lawn features events and festivals that show the potential of this growing community.
For a glimpse of Baltimore’s past while standing in the present, Fell’s Point is where you need to be. The city’s deep maritime tradition can be felt walking on the cobblestoned main avenues and side streets of this timeless community with its 18th Century allure that is magnified by the over 150 registered historic buildings that are now quaint homes, markets, inns, piers and bright independently-owned storefronts. The restaurants and bars lining Broadway and Thames Street make Fells Point one of Charm City’s liveliest neighborhoods.