Who says you have to stay indoors and hibernate during the winter? Whether you’re itching to get out and keep active or you need some motivation when the temps drop, we have a great list of places you can head to. Keep moving and get fit!
From the bizarre to the traditional, you can find all kinds of wonderful ways to celebrate the holidays in Baltimore.
Haul out the holly and the tree, too! If you are looking for your perfect Christmas tree and snow-tacular decorations, we have put together a list of places in the Baltimore area where you can find it all. We found places to cut down your own tree, buy an artificial one, decorate it or just experience the Christmas season with some hot chocolate. Check out our finds.
If you are putting together your to-do list for the October 15th weekend, we have some big festivals happening in the Baltimore area that are sure to please the athlete, the culture-geek, the foodie and everyone who loves autumn.
If you are looking for some unique ways to see Maryland’s beautiful fall foliage, we have a list of ways to not only see the amazing changing colors this month but to also get out and be a part of the season.
The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore, where your family can meet the families of over 200 different living species including 1,500 mammals, birds, amphibians and reptiles! Inside the city limits of Baltimore, the Maryland Zoo is located in picturesque Druid Hill Park, but it’s also where you can experience the freezing Arctic tundra, a journey through Africa or just learn about what creatures live in your own backyard.
How about some pop-culture education for the kids? The Geppi Entertainment Museum next to Oriole Park at Camden Yards in Baltimore is just the place to take the whole gang for a trip down 250 years of memory lane, American pop-culture style.
There’s still plenty of time to hit the water. With 61 miles of shoreline in Baltimore and more than 8,000 miles in Maryland, this nautical state offers the best of the best when it comes to action-packed, blood-pumping, fins moving-fun.
Baltimore or Charm City’s Inner Harbor sits on what used to be the city’s main port for commerce, shipping and water-fare activity. Now the vibrant and picturesque waterfront is home to many restaurants, national attractions, professional sporting events and arenas, concert halls, historical sites and naturally, some nautical adventure.
Taking place smack down in the middle of summer, this outdoor arts festival – one of the largest in the nation — brings the excitement of the arts to life in exhibitions, dance, theatre performances, athletics, music, fashion, kid-fun and food, but don’t expect to attend and observe. Artscape 2011 gets you moving.