Druid Hill Park
Summer starts Saturday, and Baltimore will get an early start on it Friday night. A two-night summer solstice celebration begins in Druid Hill Park.
Giving back to others is what pulls a community together and truly makes it a special place to live. You are guaranteed a good time at local walks, runs, festivals and even golf tournaments to support those who truly need your help.
Police need the public’s help in tracking down a group of crooks. Dozens of bikes were stolen from Druid Hill Park. The bikes were all donated and part of the city’s popular “Ride Around the Reservoir” program.
Making a big splash. The city opens its pools and kicks off summer swim.
If you grew up in Baltimore, you probably remember the art shows in Druid Hill Park. Well, now they’re back.
Make your trip to the Maryland Zoo memorable by following this guide.
Jumping, swinging, sliding, running – there’s limitless fun to be had at these playgrounds in Baltimore.
Families who’ve lost loved ones to violence gather for a celebration in Druid Park to honor them.
Something strange is happening at the Rawlings Conservatory in Druid Hill Park.
Druid Hill Park has its annual flower show! Also, we have four wines to accompany your Easter dinner.
For nearly four centuries, a legendary tree in Druid Hill Park was able to withstand the worst kind of weather. But superstorm Sandy proved to be too much.
Take advantage of the last days of comfortable weather before the harsh winter arrives. Enjoy fall drives that promise perfect foliage and all of the pretty little pit stops you can handle. From the zoo to area state parks, these are the best places to see fall leaves in Baltimore.