This beautiful hall was again a part of the state plan of redevelopment of infrastructure and betterment of the tourism industry. This lovely meeting and exhibition center was started under the administration of the state and is still supervised by it. It is one of those places that will give you almost all types of information about the city under one roof.
The various divisions of the hall are done to emphasize some particular subject a visitor might be interested to know about the city. Apart from this what you are supposed to know is that they put up temporary and permanent exhibitions as well throughout the whole year. You can also buy gifts and souvenirs from the store here at reasonable prices. The staff here will guide through everything from your tour, travel to your food and itinerary, etc.
How to Reach Convention Center
- Bus numbers 007, 011, 019 and 019X till west Pratt Street.
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6.83% of people who visit Baltimore include Convention Center in their plan
75% of people start their Convention Center visit around 11 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Convention Center
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Convention Center
Convention Center Reviews & Ratings
The little park that’s beside the convention center is very nice. Clean and properly lighted even at night and it makes one feel very safe. Good convention center and properly and adequately ventilated. Good decent concession stands with decent choice available. Even with the ridiculous heat it still feels good inside the convention center.
It has a very convenient floor plan. Nicely decorated and helpful and polite staff. Better signage could be posted to provide directions for events and labeling of the closest entrance. I was between two entrances, but could not see a sign that would have directed me to the entrances by the name that was listed for the event. So I had an opportunity to increase my step count for the day which was a plus.
This was a very nice convention place. It's sort of bittersweet for me because I came here for the last BronyCon convention. It shows a lot of history about some of the ships including the constellation. I recommend coming here at least once if you have the time
Well distributed, spacious area able to host many events and panels at the same time for a single convention. The centre is completely accessible for people with disabilities. The centre also features a plethora of built inside shops allowing vendors to sell food, beverages and other goods directly inside the centre without needing the attendees to step outside. Toilets are plenty across the entire centre and easily accessible at any point. Design- and architecture-wise, the centre is a sight to behold. Astonishing both with its size and it looks, the centre is a jewel of Baltimore and the highlight of the tourist-focused harbor area. While Baltimore had been ranked among the top 20 most dangerous cities, the harbor area is largely safe to explore and enjoy. The harbor area also houses many restaurants and shops, giving any convention attendees the chance to quickly run off to buy some food or eat out.
Worked Natural Products Expo East this year at the convention center. This place is huge! I loved the outside atrium area. Check it my picture of me holding Patch natural Eco-friendly compostable bandages made from bamboo. They let me wear the panda head to show off my to my wife!