Handel's Messiah - Baltimore Symphony Orchestra

Meyerhoff Symphony Hall
Route Stop Number: 
309
Friday, December 02 - Saturday, December 03

It wouldn’t be the holiday season without Handel’s Messiah. The BSO continues its tradition of ushering in the Christmas season with an all-star performance of Handel’s glorious oratorio featuring the “Hallelujah Chorus.”

LOCATION: Meyerhoff Symphony Hall

Phone: 
410-783-8000

Holiday Cirque de la Symphonie

Baltimore Symphony Orchestra
Route Stop Number: 
309
Wednesday, December 07 - Sunday, December 11

Take your holiday experience to new heights as Cirque de la Symphonie performs on and above the stage. Bring the entire family to hear holiday favorites while experiencing an awe-inspiring performance as the circus meets the symphony. Stunning aerial feats, strong-men, mind-boggling contortionists and juggling acts will take your breath away as the BSO gets you into the spirit—the ultimate holiday extravaganza!

LOCATION: Meyerhoff Symphony Hall

Phone: 
410-783-8000

"IndiVisible: African-Native American Lives in the Americas"

Reginald F. Lewis Museum
Route Stop Number: 
109
Saturday, November 05 - Monday, January 02

IndiVisible explores the historical and contemporary stories of peoples and communities in the U.S., the Caribbean, Central America, and the northern coast of South America.

By combining the voices of the living with those of their ancestors, the exhibition provides an extraordinary opportunity to understand the history and contemporary perspectives of people of African and Native American descent.

TIME: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Phone: 
443-263-1800

Baltimore Heroes Exhibit

Geppi's Entertainment Museum
Route Stop Number: 
218
Thursday, October 20 - Friday, December 30

Geppi's Entertainment Museum opened its Baltimore Heroes Exhibit on March 27, 2011. This exhibit is a permanent addition to the museum and features the best and brightest Baltimore has to offer. The exhibit covers people like Bea Gaddy, Tom Clancy and Cal Ripken to things like WMAR-TV, the 98 Rock radio station and John Water's films. There is even a section about Little Italy and all the wonderful things that have originated from the biggest little section of our great city.

TIME: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm

Phone: 
410-625-7060

FREE Family Festival of Discovery - The Walters Art Museum

The Walters Art Museum
Route Stop Number: 
307
Saturday, October 22

What happens when you combine curiosity with creativity? Celebrate the connection between art, science, math and play. Experience the power, beauty and fun of science and art. Create your own inventions, make experimental art projects, play with light and much more! FREE admission to the special exhibition, Lost & Found: The Secrets of Archimedes.

Come early to receive a special giveaway!

TIME: 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

"Puzzles of the Brain: An Artist's Journey Through Amnesia"

The Walters Art Museum
Route Stop Number: 
307
Thursday, October 20 - Sunday, December 11

The Walters is partnering with the Cognitive Science Department of the Zanvyl Krieger School of Arts & Science at The Johns Hopkins University to present a focus show of approximately 25 works exploring the impact of severe brain damage on the life and creativity of an artist.

AVAM's "All Things Round: Galaxies, Eyeballs & Karma"

American Visionary Arts Museum
Route Stop Number: 
327
Sunday, July 01 - Sunday, September 02

The American Visionary Art Museum's 17th annual thematic mega-exhibition, ALL THINGS ROUND: Galaxies, Eyeballs & Karma, is a celebration and call to awareness of the circular and voluptuous nature of life. From the micro atomic spin of electrons encircling a nucleus to the macro orbit of planets rounding our sun, 'Round' delights in the curves, spirals, orbs, and bubbles of full-bodied beauty that playfully manifest throughout art and science.

Dedication of NEW Archeology Room at Fort McHenry

Fort McHeny National Monument
Thursday, October 27

Ribbon-cutting will open the first of a series of permanent exhibits that will be showcased during the War of 1812 bicentennial! Designed by Mystic Scenic of Boston Massachusetts, the display located in the star-shaped Fort gives insight into daily life of the Fort's soldiers at the time of the 1814 bombardment of the Fort by the British navy - rare buttons, bones and bayonets are but some of the original items from the desperate defense of the Fort in 1814!

TIME: 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

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