Baltimore, known as the "Charm City" boasts world-class innovation across key industries, urban development and a host of local makers and creative entrepreneurs who are making waves in our neighborhoods and nationwide. Add to that its historic venues, rich cultural heritage, charming neighborhoods and scenic waterfront setting, there is something for everyone to enjoy.
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Baltimore’s assets are nearly all in close proximity—just a walk or short ride away.
Things to Do
From delicious restaurants that dish up nearly any food imaginable to award-winning cultural attractions, charming historic neighborhoods and thriving creative community, Baltimore has lots to offer beyond the conference. More than 130 attractions, museums, historic sites and performing arts groups—plus a strong focus on celebrating the city’s multicultural heritage—means there’s something for everyone.
For a list of attractions, check our Baltimore's BoP Pass which highlights black and minority owned businesses or the Charm City Pass which provides deals and discounts to local attractions, businesses, and restaurants.
For additional information on things to do while in Baltimore, visit Baltimore's Visitor Guide.
To explore Baltimore's culinary scene, please click here
2022 CBRN Defense Conference & Exhibition attendees who visit Baltimore for the event will have a great time as the city has become a major center for tourism and travel. When exploring the city, we remind attendees to be aware of their surroundings and stay in well-lit, populated areas. Like in other cities, the safety of Baltimore neighborhoods can change quickly from block to block or street to street. We encourage visiting attendees to use maps to determine locations and destinations before heading out of the hotel, even seeking a concierge if help is required to map out a route. Recommended tourist-friendly and well-patrolled spots include the Baltimore Inner Harbor, Little Italy, Fells Point, Federal Hill, and Mount Vernon.
For more information regarding safety within the city, please click here.