A major city in Maryland with a history of being an important seaport and famous as the birthplace of “The Star-Spangled Banner”, the national anthem of the U.S., written by Francis Scott Key in 1812, Baltimore or “Balmer” is a popular destination for tourists.
The city boasts of vibrant and rich culture and has many museums, art galleries, theaters for history and culture buffs. Home to Camden Yards where the Baltimore Orioles play and famous universities such as John Hopkins, Notre Dame of Maryland, Morgan State University and others, you can visit the “Charm City” any time of the year.
A private jet charter at Baltimore can fly you to and from the city quickly and easily. Whether you’re visiting the city for business or fun, a Baltimore jet charter has you covered with style and comfort.
Private Jet Charters To/From Baltimore
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Airports for Baltimore Private Jet Charters
- Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (KBWI): Situated around 10 miles from the city, the airport is the largest and most popular airport that also services the area of Washington D.C. The airport is very quick and easy to access.
Cultural Attractions of Baltimore
Baltimore has a fascinating history and there are many sights and cultural attractions in the city including:
- Baltimore Museum of Art: Started in 1914, the BMA has a collection of 95,000 artifacts including modern art, prints, drawings and photos.
- Walters Art Museum: Opened in 1934, the museum displays a collection that was established in the 19th century.
- National Great Blacks in Wax Museum: Founded in 1983, the wax museum features prominent and historical African-American and black figures.
- Station North Arts and Entertainment District: Also called Station North, this is the official arts and entertainment district of Baltimore.
- Baltimore Symphony Orchestra: Performing around 130 concerts annually, the Baltimore SO is an American symphony orchestra.
- Modell Performing Arts Center: Originally called the Lyric Opera House and The Music Hall, this is Baltimore’s music venue.
- B&O Railroad Museum: Founded in 1953 and originally called, Baltimore & Ohio Transportation Museum, the museum displays historic railroad equipment.