Baltimore will be “Charm City” indeed with Valentine’s Day right around the corner. With so many different neighborhoods, there are amply options for spending this special occasion with a loved one or even some good friends. Check out the list of some of the most romantic and beautiful places in Baltimore.
Beautiful cobblestone streets, glowing street lamps, and a waterfront setting make Fells Point an ideal location for strolling, dining, night life and live music. Shops, bar, and restaurants frequent the neighborhood, appealing to many different tastes.
814 S. Bond St.
Baltimore, MD 21231
Take your typical dinner and movie date night to the next level at the historic Charles Theater, located on 1711 North Charles St. The theater, which is 108-years-old, features hit Hollywood films along with independent and foreign films. It is also directly attached to Tapas Teatro, which specializes in “small plates” but “big pleasure.”
This neighborhood includes a mixture of restaurants, shops, bars, parks and spectacular views of the Inner Harbor. Restaurant suggestion:
Blue Agave Restaurant
1032 Light St.
Baltimore, MD 21230
Patterson Park Pagoda
Climb to the top of this architectural masterpiece, and you’ll get an amazing view of downtown Baltimore right in the middle of the beautiful 137 acre Patterson Park in Southeast Baltimore City.
The George Peabody Library
This 19th century research library belonging to John’s Hopkins University is located at Mount Vernon Place in Baltimore. One of the most beautiful libraries in the United States, the library contains a 300,000 volume collection though it is often used now as an event space. The interior contains marble features, cast-iron balconies, gold columns and a breathtaking skylight.
Druid Hill Park
With several popular attractions, including the Maryland Zoo and The Howard Peters Rawlings Conservatory and Botanic Gardens of Baltimore, Druid Hill Park is one of the oldest landscaped parks in the United States. The urban park in northwest Baltimore is situated on 745 acres which include biking and walking trails, recognizable monuments and various festivals. With so much to do, it’s the perfect place to spend time with a loved one.
The National Aquarium
Valentine’s Day is “date night” at the aquarium where you can enjoy drinks, a buffet, and a crowd-free stroll through the facility. Nothing screams love like a leisurely walk amongst dolphins and sharks!
This quaint town right outside of Baltimore is perfect for Valentine’s Day. With an array of unique restaurants, shops, bars and coffe houses, there is something for everyone. Head to Cafe Hon to grab a great meal and don’t forget to check out the gift shop! After all, it is Valentine’s Day.
1002 West 36th Street
Baltimore, MD 21211-2415