Baltimore’s first outdoor ice rink in 10 years is set to open Nov. 21, according to the city’s Waterfront Partnership.
Hundreds came out to the Inner Harbor Wednesday to get one last look at the tall ships and naval vessels, here for the 200th anniversary of the Star-Spangled Banner.
Like a scene from the reality show “Top Chef”, chefs from around the world competed head-to-head today for the Star-Spangled Spectacular.
Hundreds came out to Baltimore’s Inner Harbor Thursday to see tall ships, navy vessels and the Blue Angels practice for the Star-Spangled Spectacular.
As part of a weeklong celebration of the Star-Spangled Banner’s 200th birthday, 30 naval vessels and tall ships will arrive in Baltimore’s harbor.
Baltimore residents and tourists will now have access to free wireless Internet service at the Inner Harbor.
Baltimore’s Inner Harbor is far more alive than most people give it credit for.
Baltimore firefighters have recovered a body from the city’s inner harbor after a man reportedly jumped into the water.
Thousands of people sat along the Inner Harbor to see the nearly 20-minute long fireworks show, and it did not disappoint.
Baltimore’s Waterfront Partnership has been granted a five-year licensing agreement that allows for a seasonal public ice skating rink to be installed at McKeldin Square in the Inner Harbor.