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  • Baltimore skyline including the National Aquarium, Rusty Scupper, Legg Mason building, various boats in the Inner Harbor.
  • A cobblestone street with businesses, including Sound Garden and The Horse You Came In On, in narrow connected buildings.
  • Four Adirondack chairs under a tree on a wooden pier. The chairs are facing the water with a bunch of brick buildings.
  • Mrs Trashwheel,a bridge, military ships, sailboats in the Inner Harbor, and Silo Point apartment building in background
  • The American Visionary Art Museum, a round building with a mirrored mosaic facade

About Baltimore

The city of Baltimore, also referred to as Charm City, is a vibrant and diverse community with over 220 neighborhoods and an abundance of entertainment options for residents and travelers alike. Baltimore is rich with history and culture and offers something for the artist at heart, those who love to be by the water, foodies, and lovers of history. We hope you explore the sites below to learn a bit more about Charm City and how our campus fits into the city.

Check out Visit Baltimore to explore Baltimore's main attractions and the culinary scene or dive into Baltimore's nightlife! Learn more about Charm City's historical attractions, museums, parks, music scene, sports, and much more.  You can also learn about the city's most popular neighborhoods!

Learn about the many cultural events Baltimore has to offer throughout the year at the Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts, take a peek inside our city's history by visiting The Baltimore National Heritage Area, and learn some interesting facts about the city through ApartmentGuide's 50 Fun Facts About Baltimore

See what's standing out to Baltimoreans this year with Baltimore Magazine's 2023 Best of Baltimore List.

Most importantly, what is Baltimore like as a college town?  Check out Baltimore Collegetown for a glimpse of life as a student in the city!

If you have the chance to visit, try to check out some of the stops on the How to Spend 72 Hours in Baltimore guide.

If money were no object, which five cities would you prefer to move to? (top 10 responses) 19% LA, 18% Atlanta, 17% Austin, 15% Las Vegas, 15% Miami, 15% NYC, 15% Boston, 15% Dallas, 14% Baltimore, 14% Charlotte, NC. Source: Home Bay - By the New York Times

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Baltimore is the Realest City in America

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Baltimore Outdoor and Wellness Guide