The Walters Art Museum
Charm your date with a cultural outing at any of these great Baltimore museums.
The period from Sept. 15 through Oct. 15 marks Hispanic Heritage Month. Celebrate Mexico’s freedom from Spanish rule and a month of activities that pay homage to the Hispanic culture and history.
Though temporary exhibitions tend to get more press, there are Baltimore-area museums that still offer sights to see in their permanent galleries.
Looking for art classes, camps, and fun events to engage children this summer? Regardless of age, the Baltimore metro area offers kids plenty of artistic activities to keep the days and evenings packed!
The biggest holiday of the year for many Asian cultures, Lunar New Year falls on Feb. 10, 2013 and officially starts the “Year of the Snake.” Both in Baltimore and in the surrounding area, numerous communities will be gathering for this epic celebration of Asian culture, history and arts. Whether you’re just interested in learning more or would like to take an active role in the festivities, check out this list for the best options for celebrating the Lunar New Year locally.
Baltimore may not have too many folks dressed up like Eskimos, but there will certainly be a fair share of yuletide carols sung by the city’s melodious choirs. During this winter season, charities, churches and local organizations have partnered to host a number of holiday concerts that will have you decking the halls all through the town. From traditional carolers to Grammy-winning singers, this year’s upcoming holiday concerts are ones the entire family will cherish. Start roasting those chestnuts and bring your mug of hot cocoa while you listen to the nostalgic sounds of Christmas joy.
From contemporary art to the ancient reliefs of Egypt, there are plenty of art pieces on display in the art museums of Baltimore.
Turn your Baltimore trip into a blast by visiting the following sites: Fort McHenry, the American Visionary Art Museum, The Rusty Scupper, the Historic Ships, the Baltimore World Trade Center, the National Aquarium, Maryland’s Science Center, Mount Vernon, The Walters Art Museum, The Baltimore Basilica, the Westminster Hall Burying Ground and Catacombs.