Harbor East Theatre provides seven top-class screens for your viewing pleasure. With stadium-style seating and a self-styled gourmet concession stand, this is a step above your usual movie-going experience, a fact that is reflected in the slightly higher ticket prices. There is nearby cheap parking, which can be validated with your ticket. Check the website for details of upcoming shows.
Maryland's goodwill ambassador to the world was modeled after the Baltimore clippers, the topsail schooners that helped America win the War of 1812. Since its launch in 1988, the 173-foot vessel has represented Maryland in 44 countries. The Pride has sailed more than 180,000 miles and played host to some 500,000 visitors. If you're lucky enough to be in Baltimore when the Pride is in port, take a tour of the vessel or stay on board overnight and sail with the crew.
Established in 1962, The Center Club is a premium club and dining space. The venue has served as a meeting space for political leaders of the city. The club also serves as a banquet hall and is available for weddings and small events. The venue is divided into the main dining room, Grill Room and the Bar 100 with an extensive list of carefully curated preparations. You can relish their crab cakes and cobb salad with blood orange martini, enjoying a great view of the city. Please refer the website for dress code and other details.
This nonprofit artists' organization was established to stimulate creativity and enhance the visibility of regional artists. The center offers artist members the opportunity to showcase (and sell)their work and network with others. It also hosts a number of popular events, including live jazz performances and an art showcase. This is a great place to buy artwork at bargain prices and meet the creative talent who crafted each piece. Visitors may also commission work by local artists.
The Savage Mill stands as one among the most monumental complexes in Maryland. It is a historic cotton mill site and is more accurately situated at Savage in Maryland. The site was brilliantly constructed in 1816 by an unknown architect. The site has tremendous monumental value and more, due to the reputed status of the mill that was started in 1820. Even today, it ably stands as a vital early-19th century landmark and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
One of the finest golf clubs in Baltimore, The Caves Valley Golfers Club has been active since 1991 and is located conveniently between plush green surroundings. The wide expanse of area that it is built on features a wide golf course with 18 holes, a state-of-the-art practice facility and a large clubhouse too. The Club Restaurant is considered as one of the best restaurants in that area. Apart from that, the clubhouse of the estate also offers 32 overnight rooms and separate golf cottages to house the guests.
Get set for a nautical adventure as you step into the Clipper City Ship and depend on the winds to set your destination for the day. The capacity of the ship is 140, so it makes for a great venue to host events. Private and corporate sails usually last from three to four hours. The journey begins from the Baltimore Inner Harbor through the Chesapeake Bay and further. Clipper City departs from Baltimore from April through October. Annapolis, St. Michaels and Havre de Grace are also starting points at various times during the year. Daily sails start at Harbor Place and last for around two hours. Don't worry about food and beverages, as that is taken care of on board. Check the site for weekly events and rates.