Baltimore, Maryland, emerges as a top destination for 2024, as suggested by Daniel Scheffler of The New York Times. Explore the city’s new museums, urban waterways, and Native artwork in Charm City, where cultural landmarks, delicious seafood, and lively neighborhoods await visitors.

Opening the new Justice Thurgood Marshall Amenity Center marks the 60th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act. The Baltimore Museum of Art is enhancing the presence of Native artists with solo shows, thematic exhibitions, and changes to displays and labels across the museum. Additionally, the Baltimore Peninsula, a destination for visitors and locals to shop, dine, and play, will breathe new life into a long-neglected port area. For outdoor enthusiasts, a network of waterways called the Baltimore Blueway will connect kayakers, canoeers, paddleboarders, and rowers to cultural, historic, and natural sites throughout the waterfront.

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