Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower Open House

Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower
Route Stop Number: 
205
Saturday, February 02

Each month the historic landmark welcomes guests inside to visit more than a dozen talented resident and guests artists from the region, browse and purchase original artwork and tour the tower and clock room, Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower.

Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower Open House

Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower
Route Stop Number: 
205
Saturday, January 05

Each month the historic landmark welcomes guests inside to visit more than a dozen talented resident and guests artists from the region, browse and purchase original artwork and tour the tower and clock room, Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower.

Stop Closures Sat., Dec. 15 on both Purple and Orange Routes

Friday, December 14

Please be advised that due to road construction and crane lift operations at various downtown locations, the following will be in effect:

PURPLE ROUTE
Sat. Dec. 15, start of service - 5:00PM, the Mulberry Street (#316) and Saratoga Street (#317) stops will be closed.

ORANGE ROUE
Sat., Dec. 15, start of service - 4:00PM, the Pine Street stop (#215) will be closed.

Please anticipate delays to the service during these times.

Ripley's Believe It or Not! Odditorium "Toys for Tos"

Ripley's Believe It or Not! Odditorium
Route Stop Number: 
221
Saturday, December 01 - Saturday, December 15

Visit the unusual and spread holiday cheer. Drop off a new and unwrapped toy and get 50% off a single or combination ticket to any of our attractions at the Ripley's Believe It or Not Odditorium.

Monument Lighting, Thurs. Dec. 6, Revised Purple Route to be run

Friday, November 30

On Thursday, December 6, Baltimore will welcome the holiday season by lighting the Washington Monument. A portion of Charles Street will closed due to the festivities. Please note that a revised Purple Route will be run beginning at 6:00pm and service will be extended until 9:00PM on all four routes. The Washington Monument stop #307 will be closed during this time.

"A Monumental Occasion" Monument Lighting

Mount Vernon Place
Route Stop Number: 
306
Thursday, December 06

Mount Vernon Place celebrates the holiday season with the 41st annual lighting of the Washington Monument. 

A Monumental Occasion takes place Thursday, December 6, 2012 with pre-event festivities at 5:30pm in Mount Vernon. The official ceremony begins at 7pm with the official lighting at approximately 7:45pm.

The evening includes musical performers by area choirs and refreshments for purchase by local vendors.  The event ends with a colorful fireworks and laser finale choreographed to music.

2012 Power Plant Holiday Light Show Spectacular

Pwer Plant
Route Stop Number: 
222
Friday, November 30 - Monday, December 31

Baltimore’s Power Plant is being lit up this holiday season with their Holiday Light Show!  Bring the whole family to enjoy Christmas music and a dazzling display of lights and lasers to start the holiday season. One of the Waterfront’s most electrifying attractions – you won’t want to miss this year’s show featuring live flame effects reaching over 20 feet high, winter snow, fireworks at every show, and more!

Everyman Theatre Grand Opening Weekend

Everyman Theatre
Route Stop Number: 
310
Friday, January 18 - Sunday, January 20

Inaugural Opening Night
Friday, January 18, 6:00PM
Join as the theatre raises the curtain for its inaugural Opening Night performance on Fayette Street! They will begin with a reception followed by a performance of August: Osage County and a VIP cast party. Open to all, this evening kicks off the Grand Opening weekend of celebrations.

RACE: Are We So Different? Exhibit

Maryland Science Center
Route Stop Number: 
403
Monday, November 26 - Tuesday, January 01

Explore the everyday experience of race, the contemporary science that is challenging common ideas about race, and the history of this idea in the United States through January 1, 2013 at the Maryland Science Center.

Revealing the African Presence in Renaissance Europe

The Walters Art Museum
Route Stop Number: 
307
Tuesday, January 01 - Monday, January 21

Revealing the African Presence in Renaissance Europe invites visitors to explore the roles of Africans and their descendents in Renaissance Europe as revealed in compelling paintings, drawings, sculpture and printed books of the period. Vivid portraits from life both encourage face-to-face encounters with the individuals themselves and pose questions about the challenges of color, class, and stereotypes that this new diversity brought to Europe.

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