Giant Pumpkins Invade Annapolis For Fall CelebrationCity officials hope that once visitors get their photos in, they'll visit some of the countless restaurants and retailers in the sailing capital of the U.S.
Baltimore Museum Of Art To Reveal Reimagined Contemporary Wing In November"How Do We Know The World?" will be presented through September 2023.
American Airlines Won't Serve Alcohol In Main Cabin Until Next JanuaryAmerican Airlines says it will not serve alcohol in the main cabin of its flights until January 18, 2022, when the US mask mandate on public transportation is now set to expire.
Maryland Casinos Break State Contribution Record Despite Covid RestrictionsMaryland's six casinos generated a record-breaking $1.31 billion in funding for state programs and services.
National Aquarium Marks 40 Years As Baltimore IconThe National Aquarium on Tuesday celebrated its 40th year as a landmark and point of pride for Baltimore and Maryland.
Airlines Struggling To Keep Up With Travel Demand As More Americans Make Summer PlansMore than 47.7 million Americans are expected to hit the roads or take a flight this Fourth of July holiday. That's up 40% from 2020.
Ocean City Officials Ask Visitors To Be Patient As They Continue To Struggle With Staffing Hotels, Restaurants And AttractionsThe Town of Ocean City is asking visitors to pack their patience, as a workforce shortage has wait times at restaurants, hotels and attraction longer than normal.
Ocean City, Maryland Businesses Struggling To Find People To Work This SummerMany tourism and hospitality industries are struggling to find and hire employees, including in Ocean City.
Baltimore Businesses Looking To Recover After Pandemic Punch To Tourism In 2020Ravens games are one of those things that bring fans from near and far into the Baltimore city. It's great news for local businesses that took a huge hit during this pandemic.
Grants Available For Baltimore City Hotels Impacted By COVID-19Tourism in Baltimore City was greatly impacted by the coronavirus pandemic, like many other major cities across the U.S. Now, city hotels will have some relief in the form of grant money, Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott announced Wednesday.
'This Is Such A Special City' | Local Tour Guide Goes Virtual Amid Coronavirus Pandemic To Highlight Sites Around BaltimoreThe tourism industry has been hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic, which for a local tour guide, business isn’t so great. But instead of sitting around, he took his talents online.
City Officials Don't Believe Tourism Will Add To Baltimore's Trash WoesWhile there are concerns that trash could pile up in some areas due to increased tourism without enough hands to clean it up, city leaders said they're confident the division will eventually get back up to speed.
Visit Baltimore Rolls Out New Campaign In Effort To Increase Tourism Amid COVID-19 PandemicVisit Baltimore is rolling out a new plan to revitalize the City’s tourism industry amid the coronavirus pandemic.
White House Public Tours To Resume Sept. 12 With COVID RulesPublic tours of the White House, halted nearly six months ago due to the coronavirus outbreak, are set to resume later this month with new health and safety policies in place.
Coronavirus Recovery: Maryland Delegation To Ask For Additional Stimulus Money For Baltimore City, CountiesBaltimore mayor Jack Young and the Maryland congressional delegation held a virtual press conference Monday morning to ask for additional stimulus funds to help Baltimore city and other counties in the state with coronavirus-related economic losses.