Baltimore’s Most Romantic Places

You and your lover have made it to Baltimore, but now what? Here are some of Charm City’s most romantic spots to visit.

Cylburn Arboretum

via Flickr user Ken_From_MD

via Flickr user Ken_From_MD

If you and your SO enjoy nature, you’ll love strolling hand-in-hand through the three and a half miles of trails, admiring the beautiful trees and wildlife around you. An excellent escape from the buzz of the city, you’ll be able to log some solid alone time in this secluded spot.

You can find Cylburn Arboretum at 4915 Greenspring Ave.

Top of the World Observatory at the World Trade Center

via Flickr user Beau Considine

via Flickr user Beau Considine

When you’re looking for a great view of Baltimore, the place to go is the Top of the World Observatory. Here on the 27th floor of Baltimore’s World Trade Center, you’ll have amazing views of the city to share with your date. If you come here near closing time in the winter, you can catch a sunset, and unlike similar attractions in other cities, this one won’t cost you much at all. 

You can find Top of the World Observatory at 401 E Pratt St.

Charles Theatre

via Flickr user Seth Sawyers

via Flickr user Seth Sawyers

Dating back to the 19th century and specializing in independent cinema, foreign films, and old classics, this movie theater is much more interesting than your average cineplex. Go for Revival Sundays, which combines brunch and a movie, perfect for lazy Sundays when you feel like doing something, but not a whole lot.

You can find Charles Theatre at 1711 N Charles St.

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