Summer temperatures are soaring in Baltimore, and there are few better ways to cool down than with an ice-cold beer. Whether you're in the area checking out Baltimore homes for sale, or you're already lucky enough to live here, our real estate agents recommend taking a break from your daily routine to celebrate National Beer Day on August 1st.
Not sure where to go? No problem! There are a ton of bars in Baltimore, and we're sure you'll enjoy these 7 local breweries and pubs.
Whether you like your wine dry or sweet, red or white, our real estate agents know that there's always a special treat when you celebrate National Wine and Cheese Day. It's a chance to try something special and discover a new favorite. When you're tired of saying you coulda tried a gouda and the passion for trying a new pinot noir reaches a fever pitch, the following are five wine bars around Baltimore where you can get your fill of the best wines and cheeses on the East Coast.
Washington DC might have the National Art Gallery, but it's nearby Baltimore that boasts some of the most exciting up-and-coming artists in the nation. Baltimore is home to three state-designated arts and entertainment districts, and a community commitment to prioritizing promising and established artists. Case in point is the Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower, a 15-story building transitioned into artist studio spaces.
In addition to providing spaces for talented individuals and groups to produce art, our real estate agents are proud to work in this booming arts area and showcase some of the best Baltimore homes for sale ideal for those individuals and families seeking to move to the community.
Baltimore's arts community is also dedicated to throwing world-renowned events where art can be shared and viewed by the masses. Artscape 2019 is one such event that is coming up fast and should not be missed.
Artscape is the largest free arts festival in the United States and a summer highlight for residents and tourists alike. The three-day event begins at 11 a.m. July 19th and runs until sunset Sunday, spanning 14 city blocks with the main festivities along Mt. Royal Avenue and Charles Street in Midtown and Station North Arts & Entertainment District neighborhoods.
There's nothing quite like spreading out a blanket on some fresh, green grass and enjoying an outdoor meal with family or friends. If that sounds like your perfect way to spend the day, you'll probably be looking forward to National Picnic Month, which happens in July each year. So dust off that picnic basket and be ready to pack it your favorite picnic treats to do your part in celebrating the age-old tradition of summertime picnics.
But what if you will be away from home this July, shopping for your next home in the Baltimore area? Never fear, our real estate agents have you covered. There are lots of great places to celebrate National Picnic Month in our area, including these five parks around Baltimore: