Mother Seton House & Historic Seminary Chapel TASTE BALTIMORE 600 N. Paca St.; 410-728-6464; StMarysPacaSt.org Federal-style house, home to the first American-born Catholic saint, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton (1808), and the historic chapel of the nation’s first Catholic seminary (1791). BALTIMORE National Electronics Museum AT L E X I N G T O N M A R K E T LexingtonMarket.com M O N - S AT 6:30am - 6:00pm 400 W. Lexington St. Baltimore, MD Welcome to Lexington Market, the best way to taste what Baltimore has to offer. Whether you come from near or far, you’ll ﬁnd the city’s favorite ﬂavors served up by Baltimore natives. We’ve got dozens of vendors, offering all kinds of fresh-made food for you to sample & savor. 1745 W. Nursery Rd., Linthicum, MD; 410-765-0230; NationalElectronicsMuseum.org Promoting the study of science and engineering to educate and inspire students and the general public; offering guided tours, demonstrations and workshops. Conference and hall space is available to host luncheons, meetings and receptions. Phoenix Shot Tower 801 E. Fayette St.; 410-605-2964; CarrollMuseums.org This Baltimore landmark was the tallest building in the United States when it was built. From 1828 to 1892, molten lead was dropped 215 feet to make shot for guns. Saint John A.M.E. Church 810 N. Carrollton Ave.; 410-523-5468; SaintJohnAME.org Historical church that has been in existence for over 160 years. Star-Spangled Banner Flag House 844 E. Pratt St.; 410-837-1793; FlagHouse.org The 1793 home of Mary Pickersgill, where she made the 30-by-42-foot star-spangled banner flag that flew over Fort McHenry. Stavros Niarchos Foundation Parkway Theatre 5 W. North Ave.; 410-752-8083; MDFilmFest.com This golden-age movie house reopened in 2017 as the year-round home of the Maryland Film Festival, hub for film enthusiasts and event space. Washington Monument and Mount Vernon Place 699 N. Charles St.; 410-962-5070; MVPConservancy.org Climb to the top of the first monument dedicated to George Washington for 360-degree views of Baltimore. Westminster Hall & Burying Ground 519 W. Fayette St.; 410-706-2072; WestminsterHall.org A restored historic church featuring stained-glass windows, an 1882 pipe organ, cathedral ceilings and raised balconies. Sightseeing Tours & Guest Programs Accent on Baltimore 20 E. Timonium Rd., #209; 443-279-5055; AccentOnBaltimore.com A destination management company that provides step-on guides, tour packages and transportation for convention, corporate and reunion groups. Amazing Scavenger Hunt Adventure - Baltimore One of Baltimore’s oldest public markets and located right in the heart of Fells Point, Broadway Market is 1640 Aliceanna Street, Baltimore, MD 21231 410-685-6169 • broadwaymarketbaltimore.com OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 50 home to 11 unique and local vendors with a wide array of offerings. CONNIE’S CHICKEN AND WAFFLEA • FAT TIGER • OLD BOY SAL AND SON’S SEAFOOD • SOPHIA’S PLACE EUROPEAN DELI FLORIGEN • TAHARKA BROTHERS ICE CREAM • THAI STREET THE CHOPTANK • THE VERANDAH • VIKKI’S FELLS POINT DELI B A LT I M O R E . O R G 601 Light St.; 805-603-5620; UrbanAdventureQuest.com Turn Baltimore into a giant gameboard with this fun scavenger hunt adventure. Solve clues, complete challenges and enjoy the sights. Baltimore Black Heritage Tours/ BAATC P.O. Box 3014; 443-983-7974; Facebook.com/Lou.Fields.75 A one-stop-shop for reunions, itinerary planning, walking and guided tours, information and referral services, transportation, dining, shopping, sightseeing and convention services. Baltimore Ghost Tours P.O. Box 38140; 410-357-1186; BaltimoreGhostTours.com Offers award-winning haunted walking tours of Fell’s Point and Mount Vernon; group tours available. Baltimore Heritage 11 1/2 W. Chase St.; 410-332-9992; BaltimoreHeritage.org A leader in custom tours of Baltimore’s rich history and unique sites for any size organization. Baltimore National Heritage Area 12 W. Madison St., Ste. 120; 410-878-6411; ExploreBaltimore.org Our organization brings together multiple voices to foster awareness, stewardship and inspiration in Baltimore’s historic, cultural and natural resources. Baltimore National Heritage Area Trails & Tours 401 Light St.; 410-878-6411; ExploreBaltimore.org Authentic walking tours chart a course through American heritage. Baltimore Rent-A-Tour 42 E. Cross St.; 410-464-7994; RentATour.com Has provided destination management services and customized tour packages for conventions, corporations and incentive travel for three decades. Baltimore Spirit Cruises 575 S. Charles St., Ste. 501; 888-741-0283; SpiritCruises.com Enjoy year-round sailing on the enclosed, climate-controlled, beautifully renovated Spirit of Baltimore and the Inner Harbor Spirit. Also offers 50-minute sightseeing cruises, April-September. Baltimore Trolley Tours 401 Light St.; 888-251-0531; ZBestLimo.com/Baltimore-Trolley-Tour Enjoy a climate-controlled tour of the sights and charm of this city of neighborhoods. Baltimore Urban Adventures 818 W. Barre St.; 410-246-5226; UrbanAdventures.com We offer unique, immersive tour experiences featuring food, drink and culture for individuals and groups. Baltimore Wicked History Tours Fell’s Point; 410-357-1186; WickedHistoryBaltimore.com Plumb the depths of Baltimore’s under- belly, from speakeasies to underhanded villains and celebrated personalities. A history lesson like no other. Charm City Helicopters 1800 S. Clinton St.; 410-707-1013; FlyCharmCity.com We have Baltimore’s only city-based and waterfront seven-seater Bell 407GX helicopter! Take the Water Taxi or drive to the best Baltimore experience! Cruises on the Bay by Watermark At the Finger Piers, 555 Light St.; 410-268-7600; CruisesOnTheBay.com Cruise the Inner Harbor and beyond with a narrated, 45-minute tour highlighting history and local attractions; offers group discounts and charters. I Love Baltimore Personal Tours P.O. Box 2954; 443-854-6690; ILoveBaltimorePersonalTours.com Offers sightseeing tours and guest programs along with limousine and shuttle services. Mixolo 8 Market Pl., Ste. 348; 301-583-7237; Mixolo.io Our events welcome solo guests to connect and engage with a like-minded community in order to disrupt the stigma of going out alone. The Piedmont Learning Center 5517 Piedmont Ave., Gwynn Oak, MD; 410-298-5643; PiedmontLearningCenter.org We feature an apiary, rain garden, herb garden, butterfly garden, stone smokehouse, a deck overlooking the forest and space for your special events among majestic trees.