Welcome back from spring break, Blue Jays! Enjoy the (finally) warming weather this weekend by exploring Baltimore.
Once Upon a Time Flowering Bulb Display, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Embrace spring at the Rawlings Conservatory this weekend! Open Wednesdays through Sundays until April 9, the Rawlings Conservatory has curated a fairytale-themed flower display. Tickets are not necessary, but there is a $5 suggested donation.
Baltimore Bar Crawl and Inner Harbor History Tour, 7 p.m.
Learn more about Baltimore’s history by exploring its bar scene! For 21+ readers, take this opportunity to grab a group of up to 6 people and embark on this three-mile-walking tour through downtown Baltimore (with stops at bars!). Over the course of the night, you and your team will be answering trivia questions and scoping out hidden landmarks for a chance to top the Brews & Clues Leaderboard. Tickets start at $72 per group.
Vintage Goods in the Neighborhood, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Check out the Charmers Market in Remington to browse and shop vintage goods from small businesses! Find more details here.
Mini Spring Market, 12 – 6 p.m.
Turn Saturday into a shopping day! If you’re already in Remington for the Vintage Goods in the Neighborhood market, stop by the Mini Spring Market at R. House to support even more local businesses. The Mini Spring Market is a great place to shop for gifts (for others or for yourself!), offering handmade art, jewelry, decor and more.
Spring Break Skate at Hopkins Plaza, 2 – 7 p.m.
From March 31 to April 8, adult skate tickets will be available for $10 and skate rentals available for $5 at the pop-up roller skating rink at Hopkins Plaza. This Sunday night, head downtown for a romantic Slow Jam Sunday skate night and enjoy the spring weather. Buy tickets here and check out the full schedule here!
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