Baltimore’s easy to get to and easy to get around. And nearly everything is “just two feet away” from the spacious Baltimore Convention Center and the famed Inner Harbor. Great restaurants, world-class attractions and museums and outstanding sports venues are part of the city’s compact, convenient “convention community.”
Get here. Get around. It’s Easy
Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport easily connects Baltimore with the rest of the world. Once guests arrive, they can take the light rail or taxi from the airport or Amtrak’s Penn Station right to the heart of downtown. From there, the Baltimore Convention Center, hotels and attractions are within walking distance, a quick Water Taxi or a free Charm City Circulator bus ride away. And, look for our Downtown Partnership and Waterfront Partnership Guides and more than 700 Certified Tourism Ambassadors®—they are available to assist you.
Savor the Cuisine
Baltimore is known for crab cakes. But with culinary accolades in Gourmet, Food & Wine and Bon Appétit, the city has emerged as a hot spot for foodies. Whether it’s a casual bite at one of the city’s restored historic markets or four-star farm-to-table cuisine, even a crab feast to remember, Baltimore’s culinary scene is not to be missed.
Show Your SYTA Badge – And Save!
Flash your SYTA badge and save on food and drinks at more than a dozen pubs and restaurants in downtown Baltimore. From $2 draft beers to 15% discounts on your total bill, show your SYTA badge to save! See what’s available to you from the Baltimore Show Your Badge Program (link coming soon).
Arts and Culture for Every Taste
Not only does Baltimore have several cultural attractions a few steps from each other, but many of these attractions are uniquely Baltimore. You’ll find museums for all interests, such as the American Visionary Art Museum, The Walters Art Museum and the Baltimore Museum of Art, featuring the world’s largest Matisse collection; the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Museum, Geppi’s Entertainment Museum , the Babe Ruth Birthplace Museum, the National Great Blacks in Wax Museum and so many more. In the evening, the art scene comes alive with live theater, the symphony and opera.
Excitement Around Every Corner
Discover Baltimore’s electrifying nightlife in the unique and diverse neighborhoods that surround the Inner Harbor. Whether it’s a relaxed lounge in Mt. Vernon, corner pub in Fell’s Point or dance floor that doesn’t stop in Federal Hill, Baltimore’s neighborhoods are filled with the after hours fun to suit any taste. Plus, when the sun sets, Baltimore’s Power Plant Live! features life music from national acts with sizzling sounds.
<!–Discover the rich culture and heritage of Albuquerque, New Mexico and experience its food, art, history and heritage during your visit. Attendees may select from a variety of pre and post tours that include Santa Fe, Sandia Mountains, Hot Air Balloon Rides, Las Cruces and much more. Check out the complete list before making your vacations and booking your flights.
With majestic scenery framed by the Sandia Mountains to the east and ancient volcanoes on the western horizon, the setting of the Rio Grande Valley draws people in.
Albuquerque’s backyard is a playground for adventurers of all types. With clear blue skies, 310 days of annual sunshine and an abundance of wide open spaces, it’s no wonder Albuquerque is consistently ranked a top city for recreation and fitness. Learn More.
ARTS & CULTURE
Albuquerque’s rich and diverse culture is evident in our public art, impressive collection of museums, traditional and contemporary adobe architecture and unique restaurants. Visitors are drawn to cultural events such as Native American feast days and art markets, Latin and flamenco dance events, food festivals, mariachi celebrations and much more.
Albuquerque’s incredible art scene offers vibrancy and color that mirrors the city and its residents. Ranging from tourism performances, local musical acts, street art, neon Route 66 signs and high-end galleries, there is truly an abundance of art in Albuquerque. Learn More.
The culinary scene in Albuquerque is truly a microcosm of the city’s melting pot of cultures. Aside from the famous chiles that are the basis of traditional New Mexican cuisine, visitors can experience Spanish tapas, Native American fusion, fine French fare, vibrant Latin dishes, Asian delights, Italian eats and Route 66 diner classics. A blend of upscale establishments and casual comfort food is sprinkled throughout the city, allowing for a scene that’s always deliciously accessible. Learn More.
Albuquerque is an amazing city for families. With nearly 20 museums, a fantastic zoo and aquarium and an abundance of interactive learning opportunities, we’re consistently ranked at the top of family travel lists. Learn More.–>