Just when you thought the magic, fun, and excitement of the holiday season was over, Valentine’s Day comes along with the perfect excuse to get back into the giving spirit of the winter. Whether it’s your first Valentine’s Day with your special someone or your fiftieth, they’re all equally important, and if you don’t start planning your romantic evening now, you might be faced with long lines at flower shops and chocolate stores — and a not-so-happy loved one come the big day. So, it’s best to get ahead of things by planning out your 2024 Valentine’s Day excursion now. For folks living in Baltimore, Maryland, you’re in luck: There are plenty of great ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day in one of the East Coast’s most gorgeous and welcoming cities. From local eateries and famous distilleries to out-of-this-world cruises, gorgeous views, and much more, there’s no shortage of fun things to do for Valentine’s Day in Baltimore. If you’re not sure where to start planning your itinerary, don’t panic. That’s why we put together this short list of some of the best things to do to make sure this year’s holiday is the best and most romantic one yet.




A Romantic Valentine’s Day with City Cruises

Baltimore Valentine’s Signature Brunch Cruiseボルチモア企業ホリデーパーティー — While there are a ton of great things to do on dry land in Baltimore, why not take advantage of the city’s gorgeous waterfront? Aboard the Baltimore Valentine’s Signature Brunch Cruise, you and your loved one will toast to the most romantic day of the year as you sail down the Patapsco River. Get ready to treat your Valentine to an incredibly special day on the water with signature buffets, delicious cocktails, dancing, and Baltimore’s most stunning views. Plus, if you’re a late riser, the fun goes all day with the Baltimore Valentine’s Signature Lunch Cruise とのことです。 Baltimore Valentine’s Signature Dinner Cruise offering the same incredible views, great food, and City Cruises’ distinct hospitality and service throughout the afternoon and evening.


Other Fun Valentine’s Day Dates in Baltimore

Founded over 100 years ago, the Baltimore Museum of Art is a great way to spend an afternoon with your special someone on Valentine’s Day, especially if they appreciate fine art. With one of the most important collections of 18th-, 19th-, and 20th-century art in the United States, it’s a can’t-miss cultural hub in the city. Plus, you can enjoy a stroll through the BMA’s gardens — where 33 modern and contemporary sculptures are spread across almost three green acres — browse the BMA Shop, and wander through the halls for a laid-back Valentine’s Day. And, with all of the walking, you’ll be sure to work up an appetite for a delicious V-Day dinner later in the evening on the Baltimore Valentine’s Signature Dinner Cruise.


Can’t Miss Cocktails on Cupid’s Day

バーで複数のカラフルなカクテルを飲むIf your Valentine is into whiskey or cocktails — and during this time of year, it’s a great way to warm up! — you can’t go wrong with taking a trip to Sagamore Spirit Distillery. It’s open for business Wednesday through Sunday for guided tours and rye whiskey tastings. It’s also conveniently situated in the middle of Baltimore’s Port Covington neighborhood and has breathtaking waterfront views and plenty of events to pick from. Our recommendation? Book The Classics Cocktail Class, where you and your Valentine will enjoy learning about the history of some classic cocktails, then get hands-on behind the bar (so to speak). With individual bartending stations, you’ll mix up a traditional cocktail using the distillery’s signature rye whiskey.


Another Fun Water Inspired Valentine’s Day Date

The National Aquarium is a must-stop destination anytime you’re in Baltimore, but especially on Valentine’s Day. It’s a massive aquarium and nonprofit organization whose mission is “to inspire conservation of the world’s aquatic treasures” — and that, they certainly do! Featuring award-winning habitats full of thousands of different types of fishes, birds, amphibians, reptiles, and mammals, The National Aquarium is ranked as one of the United States’ top three aquariums and as Maryland’s largest paid tourist attraction.


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Of course, if you’re making a list of the best things to do for Valentine’s Day in Baltimore, you can’t leave off a good list of places to have a romantic dinner with your special someone! Check out this easy guide to some of the best restaurants in Baltimore for some inspiration this year. It’s full of excellent options for you to wine and dine your loved one like never before. You can be sure that you’ll be in good hands no matter where you go — just remember to reserve a table in advance!