Explore Baltimore’s Historic Lexington Market

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Open since 1782, Lexington Market is one of the world’s longest-running public markets. Encompassing two large buildings and several blocks in downtown Baltimore, Lexington Market is seen by many as the heart of Baltimore’s true identity—a diverse and vibrant city with a storied history. Filled with a host of eateries and vendors, this public market is a […]

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Check Out Baltimore’s Historic Sites

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Baltimore was settled by the British, and it was once the second-largest port of entry for immigrants. Today, it is home to several historic sites that attract thousands of locals and visitors alike every year. Those not to be missed include: Battle Monument Building of the Battle Monument began on September 12, 1815. It was exactly one year […]

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Play a Round of Golf at a Nearby Course

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Did you know that in golf, the term “birdie” was coined in the late 1890s? While Ab Smith was playing a round, he hit what he called a “bird of a shot,” which eventually became “birdie.” If you would like to meet your friends for a fun afternoon of golf, nearby courses include: Diamond Ridge Golf […]

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