• Havre de Grace

    On the site of one of Maryland's oldest settlements is the neatly laid-out town of Havre de Grace, reputedly named... Read More
  • Charles Village

    Though Johns Hopkins University anchors Charles Village, the Baltimore Museum of Art is the neighborhood's prime... Read More
  • Inner Harbor-Downtown

    The Inner Harbor has come a long way in the past 30-odd years. Before it was transformed into the city's biggest... Read More
  • Ellicott City

    Ellicott City was founded in 1772 by three Quaker brothers—John, Andrew, and Joseph Ellicott. By the 1860s Ellicott... Read More
  • Mount Vernon

    Baltimore's arts and cultural center, Mount Vernon is home to the Walters Art Museum and the Peabody Institute... Read More
  • West Baltimore

    Though some sections are still dodgy, Baltimore's West Side is undergoing a much-needed transformation for the... Read More
  • Fells Point

    The dockside neighbhorhood of Fells Point is enjoying an upscale makeover thanks to the addition of high-end condos... Read More
  • Druid Hill Park

    The areas surrounding Druid Hill Park—the largest park in Baltimore and the third oldest landscaped park in America—actually... Read More
  • Aberdeen

    A site for artillery testing since 1917, Aberdeen celebrates its heritage every year on Armed Forces Day (the third... Read More