Attractions

harbor christmas

Deck The Halls! Residents Getting Ready For The Holidays Baltimore Style

Wet weather did not stop the Inner Harbor from ushering in some of its most popular holiday attractions.

12/06/2013

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Maryland Sees Tourism Boost Despite Economy

Maryland tourism officials say more tourists than ever are visiting the state despite an anemic economy.

11/08/2013

Inner Harbor

More Waterfront Attractions Could Come To Baltimore City

More than three decades ago, Harborplace transformed Baltimore’s waterfront. Now a local group is working to modernize the area with new parks and attractions.

07/08/2013

baltimore

Violence Does Not Deter Visitors From Flocking To Charm City

Tens of thousands of visitors are flocking to Baltimore, and it’s not the Fourth of July holiday weekend that has them staying in hotels and eating out.

07/05/2013

Carroll County, Maryland

Lunch Tours Offer Different Way To See Carroll

Carroll County’s Tourism Office provides progressive lunch tours, which introduce attractions and historical events .

05/22/2013

Travis Pastrana, MONSTER TRUCK

Travis Pastrana Will Compete In Front Of Hometown Crowd At Monster Truck Jam

Annapolis native Travis Pastrana is used to being behind the controls. But he’s also usually behind the wheel. As a monster truck and X Games icon, Pastrana will be in Saturday’s Monster Truck Jam.

07/07/2011

ocean city attraction, virtual rollercoaster

Ocean City Has New Attractions, Including 6D Roller Coaster

Now that Memorial Day weekend is here, many people are hitting the road and heading to Ocean City. If you’re planning a trip there this summer, there are some new attractions worth checking out.

05/28/2011

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New Attractions May Be Coming To Inner Harbor

On Monday, the city of Baltimore will entertain new ideas for attractions to the Inner Harbor. Planners are first targeting Rash Field.

05/22/2011

Inner Harbor

New Attractions Could Transform Baltimore Skyline

New changes in the works could bring the next generation of entertainment to Baltimore’s Inner Harbor. Some of the ideas could even mean a change for the city’s skyline.

05/05/2011

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