The U.S. Coast Guard ship James will be open for public tours in Baltimore.
Not the season they hoped for. Hotels across Baltimore are experiencing a summer slump. Many operators are pointing towards the April riots as the reason.
Taking stock of a bicentennial celebration. The Star-Spangled Spectacular is officially over.
This time next weekend, there will be more than 1 million people in Baltimore. It’s the Star Spangled Spectacular–an event marking the 200th anniversary of the National Anthem.
Improvements one construction project at a time. In a push to generate more businesses to move back to Pratt Street near the Inner Harbor, a huge initiative was launched years ago.
It’s the heart of summer travel season and Baltimore is coming into its own. Visit Baltimore reports a record number of visitors.
State lawmakers, business leaders and tourism professionals celebrate the fourth annual Maryland Tourism Day. It’s a chance to brainstorm and jump start the year’s tourism.
A big boost for downtown businesses. After huge events like Otakon and BronyCon in Baltimore, Charm City sees record tourism numbers.
The latest hotel trend has come to Baltimore, but it’s not about the softness of the sheets or gourmet items in the mini-bar.
It may seem like a long way off, but tickets for the 2013 Grand Prix of Baltimore go on sale Friday. This year, organizers are going all out to make the race a huge success for the city.
Downtown businesses gear up for New Year’s Eve. The night is more than a celebration; it’s also a major boost for the tourism industry.