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Things to Do in Baltimore

Looking for the best things to do in Baltimore? We've got you covered.
Calendar

Things to Do in Baltimore

Looking for the best things to do in Baltimore? We've got you covered.

Events

Sunday, May 20

A-MAZE-D

Explore the history of mazes and labyrinths through giant indoor games. Children and adults will explore a giant, life-sized cardboard box maze, jump from...

Alice In Wonderland

The beloved story and adventures of Alice in Wonderland come alive on the Chesapeake Shakespeare Theatre stage.

Audubon's Baltimore Birding Weekend

It’s time to welcome back our warblers, orioles, tanagers, flycatchers and more during the Spring Baltimore Birding Weekend! Guided birding experiences by...

Invisible Cities

Adam Davis presents visually complex images of overlooked American landscapes.

More Than A Name: Enslaved Families at Historic Homewood

Through objects ranging from clothing to a runaway slave notice, learn how the enslaved community at Homewood navigated parenthood, education, nutrition,...

Palindrome

Rapid Lemon Productions presents these two one-act plays directed by David D. Mitchell and Lance Bankerd.

Structure and Perspective

Artist David Brewster explores Maryland’s social landscape through paintings.

10th Annual National Maritime Day

Bring the family out to the water’s edge in Canton to celebrate the 10th annual National Maritime Day celebration on Sunday, May 20, presented by the...

41st Annual Symphony Designers' Show House

"Oakland," the former home of Edgar Allan Poe III is the 41st Annual Symphony Designer's Show House. Located in the Greenspring Valley of Baltimore County,...

41st Baltimore Symphony Associates' Designer Show House

"Oakland," the former home of Edgar Allan Poe III, will be the site of the 41st Baltimore Symphony Associates' Designer Show House. The home is located in...

Amending America

Learn about the history of constitutional amendments through facsimiles of government records developed by the National Archives and Records Administration.

Crowning Glory: Art of the Americas

The exhibits at the internationally renowned Walters have long traversed the globe, from the tapestries of Medieval Europe to the textiles of the Middle...

Designer Show House

The “Oakland” estate of Edgar Allen Poe III will be used as this year’s Show House in the 41st fundraiser for the BSO’s educational programs.

Dressed for Work

View work uniforms from the 1700s to the present, revealing details about working life and the corporate world.

Faberge & The Russian Crafts Tradition

Through the lens of the famous Fabergé egg, learn about the extraordinary artistry of Russian jewelers and enamel workers.

Jack Whitten Sculpture

Organized in partnership with The Metropolitan Museum of Art, this exhibit displays the connection between renowned artist Jack Whitten's sculptures and his...

Phaan Howng

This Baltimore artist builds immersive spaces suffused with unnatural colors to call attention to toxic waste in local waterways. Through her partnership...

Sacred Spring

Explore Vienna Secession posters in this late 19th-century exhibit.

Stephen Towns: Ruminating and a Reckoning

In late 2016, Stephen Towns became an official artist to watch in Baltimore with the debut of his Take Me Away to the Stars exhibit at Galerie Myrtis. Towns'...

The Great Mystery Show

This mysterious exhibit explores the secret power behind great art, science, and sacred pursuits.

Tomás Saraceno

As an acclaimed artist and trained architect, Tomás Saraceno uses iridescent panels, spider webs, and inflatable orbs in three fascinating sculptures on...

We are Ghosts

Two films featuring works by MacArthur Award-winner Mary Reid Kelley and her collaborator and husband Patrick Kelley will display the duo’s signature...

Yoga Brunch Club x The Charles

Join us for a one hour brunch flow with Yoga Social Society! Stay afterwards for an amazing post-flow brunch! Your ticket includes a one hour yoga class,...

Adventures Close to Home

Ryan Syrell’s works showcase intimate domestic spaces and objects in this simultaneously joyful and anxious exhibit. They navigate bedrooms, kitchens,...

Champagne Brunch

Cooking Class Benedicts and Bubbles. You can’t have breakfast in bed, at a restaurant. True story. Lazy Sundays and leaving the house don’t always mix,...

Black Classic Press 40th Anniversary Open House

Please join us as we celebrate the 40th anniversary of Black Classic Press hosted by the Reginald F. Lewis Museum. We’ve come through forty years with the...

Drapetomania: The Strong Urge To Escape

Nia Hampton’s Drapetomania: A Strong Urge To Escape April 13th–May 26th Waller Gallery is pleased to present its first show and Nia Hampton’s first solo...

Native Voices

Discover New England’s native communities through cultural materials and activities in this Port Discovery exhibit. Help us celebrate the opening of this...

Ira's Shakespeare Dream

The illustrations of award-winning artist Floyd Cooper, a celebrated African American Shakespearean actor, will be on display at the Central Library.

Waving and Wavering

Many of our most visible public symbols, including flags, are currently under increased scrutiny and public reconsideration. Rather than seek to define any...

Purlie The Musical

Follow travelling preacher Purlie Victorious Judson on his journey through the South during the Jim Crow era.

The Book of Joseph

Richard Hollander’s book, Every Day Lasts a Year: A Jewish Family’s Correspondence from Poland, plays out on the Everyman Theatre stage. Like so many great...

Antigone

Sophocles' Greek Tragedy, adapted for the modern stage, directed by Barry Feinstein.

Antigone

Antigone, by Sophocles, was written over 2400 years ago. It has remained relevant for every age and has been produced over the world. Its beauty and power...

Antigone, by Sopocles, adapted for the modern stage, directed by Barry Feinstein

Written around 442 BCE, during the golden age of Athens, Antigone depicts the courage of a young woman, who chooses loyalty to her brother, facing probable...

Palindrome

Rapid Lemon Productions presents these two one-act plays directed by David D. Mitchell and Lance Bankerd.

Peter Pan

Single Carrot Theatre adapts this classic childhood story to include contemporary views on gender, sexuality, and performative identity.

Community Concerts at Second Presents: Todd Marcus Jazz Quartet

Todd Marcus is one of the few artists worldwide to focus on the bass clarinet as a main instrument in modern jazz with his large and small ensembles. His...

White Gloves

Granny falling asleep while reading, a locked room, three large strunks, and a mysterious letter are all wrapped up in this mystery comedy by Robert Russell.

Lea Gilmore: Roots Cafe Singer-Songwriter Series

THE ROOTS CAFÉ SINGER-SONGWRITER SERIES PRESENTS: “BALTIMORE SONGS” A new collaboration by singer Lea Gilmore, singer-songwriter Geoffrey Himes and...

Baltimore Orioles Baseball

Oriole Park at Camden Yards, the beautiful baseball-only facility in downtown Baltimore, became the official home of the Orioles on April 6, 1992. The...

The Book of Joseph

Richard Hollander’s book, Every Day Lasts a Year: A Jewish Family’s Correspondence from Poland, plays out on the Everyman Theatre stage. Like so many great...

Incredibly Dead!

Follow the story of morticians Reggie and Silas Cryptz in this classic B-horror show performed by the Baltimore Rock Opera Society.

Sunday, May 20