As they work to rebuild the city’s image following April’s riots, Baltimore tourism officials could look back — and forward — to some good news. In 2014, 24.5 million people visited Baltimore, an increase of 2.5 percent over the previous ...Read More »
In the wake of successful, back-to-back events celebrating Baltimore's role in the War of 1812, a nautical nonprofit is again wooing foreign dignitaries to steer their ships toward the Inner Harbor. Sail Baltimore arranged for more than 70 tall ships and naval vessels to visit the city during the Star-Spangled Sailabration in 2012 and the Star-Spangled Spectacular last September. The two events, which also offered fireworks and air shows by the U.S. Navy Blue Angels, reportedly generated a total financial impact of $333 million.Read More »
As thousands of tourists flock to the city to celebrate the bicentennial of the national anthem, the International Municipal Lawyers Association also welcomed its members to town, setting up shop just a few blocks from the Inner Harbor at the Hilton Baltimore hotel.Read More »
This may be one of my favorite posts so far to write. Mostly because I still get giddy over fireworks. The cacophony of fireworks and constant Sousa, popcorn and fried food smells… It’s the best. We won’t provide an entirely ...
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