As one of the most beautiful cities in the United States, Baltimore certainly enjoys its fair share of visitors. People come far and wide to take in the beautiful views of the Pacific coast as well as experience to unique laid back culture that the city has come to exude. With a deep-rooted passion for sports as well as plenty to do in terms of entertainment, there's no reason not to stop by this southern California enclave.
Sports in Baltimore
Baltimore is home to two major league teams, the Baltimore Orioles and the Baltimore Ravens. Both teams have been successful and Baltimore has an extreme amount of pride for their teams. Oriole Park at Camden Yards. Often regarded as one of the best places to take in a baseball game, the stadium has hosted their games since 1992, and virtually everybody who watches a game there has nothing but good things to say, and with a beautifully framed panorama of the skyline over center field, it would certainly be hard not to. The purple and black play their home games at M & T Bank Stadium which is able to hold more than 71,000 spectators on any given Sunday. M & T Bank Stadium offers unique views of the city of Baltimore, massive HD video monitors and depictions of famous moments in Ravens history on the club level of the stadium.
Concerts in Baltimore
Baltimore is a popular spot for touring artists and has great music venues that hosts both the smallest and largest acts. Some of the most popular Baltimore music venues include Baltimore Soundstage, Rams Head Live, Pier Six Concert Pavilion and Royal Farms Arena.
Theater in Baltimore
Along with concerts, Baltimore is also a popular spot for touring Broadway productions. The most popular theatre venue is the Hippodrome at France-Merrick Performing Arts Center. The historic theatre was built in 1914, and seats 2,300 people.