Baltimore City Charm City boasts an atmosphere of sports culture deep in its roots, home to world champion professional sports teams, one of the longest running sports traditions in U.S. history- the Preakness Stakes- and one of the leading fitness wear makers in the country, Under Armour. The City’s true Charm is its’ hidden toughness- the perennial powerhouse Baltimore Running Festival tests even the best marathoner over the grueling 26.2 mile course- one of the toughest marathons in the country.

Contact:
Christina Ghani
cghani@baltimore.org
300,000
Sq. Ft. Contiguous Convention Space
7,800+
Hotel Rooms
2
professional sports teams
  • Baltimore sports fans are very passionate about their home teams, and we love to share that passion with visitors, Camden Yards is one of the most beautiful baseball stadiums in the world, and Orioles games are a perfect outing for the whole family. Fans from Boston and New York often follow their team on the road to Baltimore and stay to explore the city before or after the games.
    Al Hutchinson - President and CEO of Visit Baltimore

Featured Venues

Baltimore Convention Center
The Baltimore Convention Center is the premier location for conventions, tradeshows and expositions in the Mid-Atlantic Region. Nestled in the heart of downtown, the Center's location is a tourist's dream and a meeting planner's delight. From the world renowned Inner Harbor to historic Little Italy, our site offers attendees a grand variety of attractions and meeting planners an affordable prime destination.
Druid Hill Park
Druid Hill Park is a 745 acre urban oasis located in the heart of Baltimore City. The land was purchased in 1860 by the City of Baltimore from Lloyd Rogers with municipal funds raised by the revenue derived from a one cent park tax on the nickel horse-car fares, put through by Mayor Thomas Swann. The park was designed by landscape designer Howard Daniels and John H. Latrobe.