Things To Do In Baltimore

59% Off Body-Sculpting Classes

Pop Physique


$95 $39


Students sweat to indie and hip-hop tunes during high-intensity strength and flexibility workouts designed around ballet-barre exercises

Up to 86% Off Kung Fu Classes at Goh's Kung Fu

Goh's Kung Fu


$100 $19

Learn sparring skills and basic movements in these traditional kung fu classes

American Visionary Art Museum – Up to 53% Off Visit

American Visionary Art Museum

Federal Hill - Montgomery

$15.95 $8


Museum transcends formal art with permanent exhibits and unique temporary shows including Human, Soul and Machine: The Coming Singularity!

Up to 39% Off Public Art Viewing at Graffiti Warehouse

Graffiti Warehouse

Charles North

$40 $25

The works of street artists are shown inside a large industrial space during public exhibits

Top of the World – Up to 50% Off Observatory Admission

Top of the World

Inner Harbor

$10 $6

360-degree views of Baltimore and its historic Inner Harbor

46% Off Horseback-Riding Lessons

Stable Hands LLC

On Location

$240 $130

The 25-acre farm includes a 10-stall barn, trails, a heated and air-conditioned tack room, and an observation area

Off Athletic-Club Membership

Meadow Mill Athletic Club


$75 $19

Facility boasts 16 squash courts, free weights, Cybex cardio equipment, and group fitness classes.

Up to 44% Off NCAA Men's Lacrosse Championships

2014 NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Championships

M&T Bank Stadium

$57 $40


Weekend showcase of top collegiate athletes crowns the NCAA men's Div. I, Div. II, and Div. III lacrosse champions

Up to 54% Off Party-Boat Rental

S.J. Koch Duffy Electric Boats

Multiple Locations

$380 $175

Zero-emissions electric boats carry up to 10 passengers through Annapolis or Inner Harbor

Up to 67% Off at No Limit Fitness/Sports Performance

No Limit Fitness/Sports Performance


$100 $49

Trainers lead patrons of all abilities in 60-minute classes focused on developing strength, speed, agility, endurance, and nutrition

Up to 50% Off at Star-Spangled Banner Flag House

Star-Spangled Banner Flag House


$16 $10


19th century objects populate the home where Mary Pickersgill stitched the flag that inspired the national anthem

53% Off at Midnight Kings Hookah Lounge

Midnight Kings Hookah Lounge


$36 $17

Hookah sessions include charcoals, specialty flavors, and non-alcoholic drinks

53% Off Fitness Plans

Edward A. Myerberg Center


$210 $99

Clients get into sleek, muscular shape with fitness evaluations, personal training sessions and gym membership

Baltimore Museum of Industry – Up to 50% Off

Baltimore Museum of Industry

Inner Harbor South

$38 $19

Museumgoers explore industrial artifacts, including 1865 cannery and last operating steam tugboat in America

Maryland Historical Society – Up to 54% Off Membership

Maryland Historical Society

Maryland Historical Society

$50 $25

Members can explore a historical museum with more than 350,000 artifacts, attend members-only lectures, and buy discounted publications

Up to 53% Off Hookah Night at Zeeba Lounge

Zeeba Lounge

Federal Hill - Montgomery

$35 $17


Fragrant hookah tobaccos infused with watermelon, apple, or mint; opulent lounge with plush sofas

Up to 50% Off Museum Outing and Gift-Store Credit

Reginald F. Lewis Museum


$26 $14


View a fragment of original Star-Spangled Banner flag for its bicentennial; enjoy live music from gospel to jazz and soul food in the café

Up to 77% Off Classes at Bikram Yoga Hampden

Bikram Yoga Hampden


$80 $25

Certified Bikram yoga instructors guide students of all abilities through 26 postures in a 105-degree studio

49% Off Three Pole Fitness Classes

Vertical Bodies

Southeastern Baltimore

$57 $29

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Maryland Wineries Association curates the abundant spread of wineries and vineyards that dot the state’s landscape, keeping tabs on the more than 400 wines they produce. Holders of the Maryland Wine Passport wind their way through the state’s six wine trails, tracking their progress as they taste vintages and take photos with their favorite vines. The site also keeps track of local wine news and upcoming winery events.

516 N Charles St

An estimated 575 vendors plan to attend the Baltimore Summer Antiques Show, a four-day exposition held at the Baltimore Convention Center. On display will be more than 200,000 treasures from the last several thousand years, including furniture, major works of art, Asian antiquities, porcelain, rare manuscripts and books, and antique and estate jewelry.

1 W Pratt St

The Trawler Fest Boat Show is an in-water showcase of more than 60 cruising motorboats and also includes a shoreside expo, seminars (at extra cost), and demonstrations of boating equipment and procedures. Baltimore is the last stop on this five-port event, which kicked off back in January in Ft. Lauderdale, hitting San Diego, Anacortes (WA), and Warwick (RI) along the way. Produced by PassageMaker Magazine, Trawler Fest is a playground for boat lubbers and abandoned fish-people looking for a way back home. This deal gives you access to afternoon activities, including interactive demonstrations on topics such as life-raft inflation, man-overboard recovery, and engine-room inspections. Nautical newbies can learn a thing or two from PassageMaker Magazine and Ocean Voyager, two publications included in your complimentary welcome kit, along with a reusable tote bag and an assortment of yachty schwag, which is far less abominable than its homophonic cousin, yeti schwag.

402 Key Highway

"So You Think You Can Sing Opera" gives amateur aria-artists an opportunity to spread their lungs and take flight in front of a live audience. These open auditions for future productions by the Baltimore Concert Opera showcase the area's untapped operatic ability, with performers (hopefully) soaring their way through seminal pieces from the operatic canon—think American Idol, except with fewer power ballads and more Puccini. Dress code for the event is business casual, so dust off your opera glasses and opera Foam-Dome and enjoy an evening of high notes and high pressure with today's Groupon.

11 West Mount Vernon Place

Baltimore Sightseeing Tours whisks guests through the historic heart of Charm City, hitting major attractions while rolling through notable neighborhoods in comfortable climate-controlled trolley cars. Kicking off in front of the National Aquarium, the 90-minute excursion starts with an up-close view of modern downtown before charting a course to famous locations and landmarks such as the Carroll Mansion, City Hall, and Mount Vernon––a quaint neighborhood dating to the 19th century and named after the estate home of American actor Vernon Washington. Roll down the cobblestone streets of Fell's Point while learning about its legendary maritime history, marvel over the awe-inspiring architecture of the 1821 Baltimore Basilica, and lift your kazoo in tribute at the Fort McHenry National Monument, where Francis Scott Key was inspired to write the "Star-Spangled Banner."

501 East Pratt Street

Situated on 160 acres of Druid Hill Park and founded in 1876, the Maryland Zoo in Baltimore is the third-oldest zoo in the United States. Visitors (adult admission is valued at $16 on Saturdays and Sundays, and rates for adults, seniors, and children vary throughout the week) are welcomed into the homes of more than 1,500 birds, mammals, amphibians, and reptiles, representing nearly 200 species. For those worn out by the broken promises of a four-leaf clover, the zoo's newest exhibit features Panamanian golden frogs, considered lucky in Panama. In the Polar Bear Watch exhibit, late-blooming Arctic explorers can set forth on a tundra buggy to view Anoki, Magnet, and Alaska, the bear the state was named after, cavort in and out of the polar ice pool. In addition to exotic species, displays of local fauna can be found in the Maryland Wilderness section of the zoo, home to the Children's Zoo.

Druid Hill Park