Visit Baltimore Official Guide Fall/Winter 2019 VisitBaltimore_FallWinter_2019_Final_Digital - Page 56

Irvine Nature Center Start At The Top And Stroll Your Way Through. Baltimore comes alive as never before in these cutting-edge arts spaces and iconic historic places. EST THE WORLD’S TALL ING ILD BU AL PENTAGON de Center 27th Floor, World Tra r, surrounding city View the Inner Harbo esapeake Bay. Ch the to ond and bey 401 E. Pratt St. al Aquarium) (next to the Nation .org www.viewbaltimore 11201 Garrison Forest Rd., Owings Mills, MD; 443-738-9200; An environmental organization educating and inspiring current and future generations to explore, respect and protect nature. Maryland Department of Natural Resources 580 Taylor Ave., D-4, Tawes State Office Bldg., Annapolis, MD; 877-620-8367; Visit the website for details about outdoor activities throughout Maryland. Northwestern Baltimore Park Golf Driving Range 2101 W. Rogers Ave.; 410-664-2824; NorthwestParkGolf Park offering a modest driving range for golfers, plus ballfields for soccer, softball and lacrosse. Open April to October in the city’s Mount Washington area. Stumpy’s Hatchet House 15 FLOORS OF OR IG ARTWORK AND INAL EXHIBITIONS Clock Room Tours on Saturday-$8.00 21 S. Eutaw St. (Bromo Arts Di strict) www.BROMOs eltzerARTStow Be sure to check the hours on thewebsites before you go. 1 W. Pennsylvania Ave., Towson, MD; 410-842-1655; An upscale, laid-back BYOB, BYOFood hatchet-throwing establishment. Enjoy great music and a variety of games. Experience what everyone is talking about! Terrapin Adventures 8600 Foundry St., #50 New Weave Bldg., Savage, MD; 301-725-1313; Outdoor adventure center offering a climbing tower, zip line, giant swing and high ropes course, plus team-building facilities and programs. Spectator Sports & Venues Baltimore Ravens 1101 Russell St., M&T Bank Stadium; 410-261-7283; The NFL Baltimore Ravens play in state- of-the-art M&T Bank Stadium. Call the team ticket office: 410-261-RAVE (7283). Corrigan Sports Enterprises, Inc. 6725 Santa Barbara Ct., Elkridge, MD; 410-605-9381; A sports marketing/event management firm that presents the Under Armour Baltimore Marathon, Toyota Pro Beach Volleyball and others. Laurel Park 198 Laurel Racetrack Rd., Laurel, MD; 301-725-0400; Site of the Maryland Million, offering live thoroughbred racing and simulcast racing from across the country. The Orioles 333 W. Camden St., Oriole Park at Camden Yards; 888-848-BIRD; The Orioles play 81 home games from April-September. Ballpark tours are available year-round. Pimlico Race Course 5201 Park Heights Ave.; 410-542-9400; Home of the Preakness, middle jewel of the Triple Crown. Offers live thoroughbred racing plus simulcast racing from across the country. Royal Farms Arena DISCOVER ANNAPOLIS 54 300 Years Young 201 W. Baltimore St.; 410-347-2020; Baltimore’s sports and entertainment center, steps from the Inner Harbor, features concerts, pro sports and family shows. Theater & Arts Art Museums & Galleries American Visionary Art Museum 800 Key Hwy.; 410-244-1900; This national museum and education center presents outstanding original works by intuitive, self-taught artists. Andamento Studio & Gallery 3406 Chestnut Ave.; 443-717-4598; Fine art mosaics and hand-crafted jewelry are created by artists working on the premises and we are happy to greet you. The Baltimore Museum of Art 10 Art Museum Dr. (at N. Charles and 31st Sts.); 443-573-1700; Maryland’s largest art museum showcases a dazzling collection, from ancient mosaics to contemporary art; free admission. Baltimore Museum of Industry 1415 Key Hwy.; 410-727-4808; Explore industries of yesterday, today and tomorrow, from canning oysters to making video games. Offers family tours and free on-site parking. Bromo Tower Arts & Entertainment District 21 S. Eutaw St., c/o Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts; 443-874-3596; The Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower has been a Baltimore landmark since its construction in 1911. The Baltimore Office of Promotions & The Arts has transformed the Tower into a space for visual and literary artists. C. Grimaldis Gallery 523 N. Charles St.; 410-539-1080; Baltimore’s oldest contemporary art gallery specializes in post-WWII American and European art. The Contemporary 429 N. Eutaw St., 1S; 443-388-8980; A nomadic, non-collecting art museum, inspired by three guiding principles: artists matter, collaboration is key and audience is everywhere. Crystal Moll Gallery 1030 S. Charles St.; 410-952-2843; Home to Crystal Moll’s urban landscape paintings and prints, along with work by other local artists. Frederick Douglass-Isaac Myers Maritime Park Museum 1417 Thames St.; 410-685-0295; African American heritage site recounting the history of Frederick Douglass, Isaac Myers and the nation’s first black-owned shipyard. Galerie Myrtis 2224 N. Charles St.; 410-235-3711; Fine art gallery representing contemporary artists whose creativity is expressed through painting, photography and sculpture. The James E. Lewis Museum of Art Morgan State University, 2201 Argonne Dr.; 443-885-3030; Enjoy 19th- and 20th-century American, European and traditional African art, plus guided tours; open Tuesday through Sunday; free admission. Jewish Museum of Maryland 15 Lloyd St.; 410-732-6400; Features exhibition galleries, two historic synagogues—Lloyd Street (1845) and Bnai Israel (1876)—a research library, archives and gift shop. B A LT I M O R E . O R G