Baltimore for Couples
Collected by Max Power
Baltimore has rich roots deep in American culture, with no shortage of historic landmarks and monuments. The Harbor is an ideal home for East Coast United States shopping, nightlife, sailing, and of course seafood.
600 N Charles St, Baltimore, MD 21201, USA
The Walters Art Museum boasts more than 35,000 objects that date from 3000 B.C.E. to the early 20th century. Located in Baltimore’s historic Mount Vernon neighborhood, the museum features extensive collections of Egyptian, Greek, Roman, Byzantine,...
2105 Eastern Ave, Baltimore, MD 21231, USA
For fun steeped in history, head to Patterson Bowling Center. You won’t find your traditional 10-pin bowling at this alley. Duckpin bowling reigns supreme with its shorter, lighter pins and smaller balls without holes. The pins’ shape and size...
Patterson Park, Baltimore, MD, USA
Patterson Park is a great place to spend some time outside—especially if you're visiting Baltimore during the spring or fall (summers can be a bit muggy, but it's worth the sweat). Bring a picnic and plan an afternoon wandering the park. Check out...
3134 Eastern Ave, Baltimore, MD 21224, USA
Located in Highlandtown (just down the street from Patterson Park), the Creative Alliance is an important cultural center. They offer entertainment that introduces audiences to Baltimore and the world beyond the city. From "the Night of 1,000...
1425 Key Hwy, Baltimore, MD 21230, USA
Baltimore has a seemingly endless amount of sailboats in the harbor, and at the Downtown Sailing Center anyone can join in the festivities on the water. With year-round guided sailing lessons, events, and equipment rentals, the Downtown Sailing...
Woodberry, Baltimore, MD, USA
Woodberry Kitchen's farm-to-table dishes are prepared with care and ingredients straight from the Chesapeake; making it one of the freshest, well-prepared meals you can find in Baltimore. Dishes are typically light and seasonal (like their...
1600 Thames St, Baltimore, MD 21231, USA
Amidst the colonial, cobblestoned streets of Fells Point, this is a hole-in-the-wall favorite. With its somewhat divey feel, you might not trust that they have the best bites in Baltimore as they boast, but truly, their food is excellent and...
5745 Furnace Ave, Elkridge, MD 21075, USA
For a romantic meal—complete with cozy fireside seating—come to this charming restaurant. Their seasonal menu varies and is complimented by a thoughtful wine list. With vegan, gluten-free, price-fixe and a-la-carte steak menus, there are ample...
1106 N Charles St, Baltimore, MD 21201, USA
Fine dining and the perfect place to spend the rest of the night enjoying homecrafted beers is exactly the motif the Brewer’s Art is aiming at. This unique restaurant is located in an old Mt. Vernon style townhouse, giving it a rustic feel, in the...
1732 Thames St, Baltimore, MD 21231, USA
Echoing the unique, all-inclusive nature of her artwork, Luana Kaufmann's shop in the Fell's Point neighborhood of Baltimore offers something for everyone. From one-of-a-kind B-more gifts and vintage games to artistic lamps and old-world...
233 Park Ave, Baltimore, MD 21201, USA
In what seems like an ode to the record stores of old, Dimensions in Music is Baltimore’s premiere location for music lovers to rejoice over favorite vinyl records and cd’s as music takes a turn towards the digital era. This locally owned vendor...
400 W Lexington St, Baltimore, MD 21201, USA
Open since 1792, Lexington Market is one of the world's longest running markets and the largest among Baltimore's 7 public markets. It's hard to imagine this space in the heart of urban Baltimore once was bustling with horse-drawn carriages...
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