Posts Tagged ‘Artscape’

Sizzling Summer Fun This July

Thursday, June 18th, 2015

Are you ready for sizzling summer fun? This July, 1840s Carrollton Inn is promoting events in the local area and providing discounted rates to rebuild Baltimore. There have been tragic events over the past few months that have taken a major toll on local businesses. We believe that the Baltimore community should join together and rise above the recent misfortunes.

For the entire month of July, enjoy a two-night stay at the 1840s Carrollton Inn and receive $50 off your stay. For every additional night, take an extra $25 off your stay.

Our hope for this special is that our guests will use their saved money to support Baltimore’s local businesses and help restore our beautiful city.

Get involved in local events during the month of July! Charm City Fireworks on the 4th of July is a fantastic experience that should not be missed. Maybe take a cruise through the Inner Harbor? Spirit Cruises are offering specials that entire weekend that are guaranteed to make this Independence Day a blast.

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America’s largest free arts festival, Artscape, is July 17-19 and is something the entire family will enjoy. The lineup for each day is released on their website. All exhibitions and shows this year are inspired by the 2015 Artscape theme: water. Make sure to donate to Artscape so this festival will remain the largest free arts festival in Baltimore.

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And as always, show your support for the Baltimore Orioles! Get your tickets for home games the weekend of July 10-12 against the Washington Nationals. There will also be a fireworks show July 31 after our Bird’s play the Tigers.

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There isn’t going to be a dull moment in Baltimore this July with all of the events and activities going on in the local area! Check availability and book your stay at the 1840s Carrollton Inn now to ensure you are a part of the fun! Use promo code SIZZLE15 when booking your reservation.

Artscape 2012

Monday, July 2nd, 2012

Artscape 2012 is approaching fast, there is no better time to book your stay at 1840’s Carrollton Inn than now, with rates starting as low as $195 per night for an Inn so close to the action. Artscape is America’s largest free art festival with numerous things to see and do you can’t afford to miss it. There are multiple inexpensive and free ways to get to Artscape from the 1840’s Carrollton Inn.

•From the shot tower metro, take train going towards Owings Mills. Get off at the State Center Metro

•Take the Orange route on the Charm City Circulator to the Purple route at Charles St. Then take the Purple route to 10th street Station. Walk west on Mount Royal Avenue.

•Take the Orange route on the Circulator to Howard Street, and then take the Light Rail toward North Avenue. Get off at the University of Baltimore/ Mount Royal exit.

To book a room or learn more about 1840’s Carrolton Inn click here.

To learn more about Artscape 2012 please refer to http://www.artscape.org/home

For schedules and information on the Metro and Light Rail please refer to http://mta.maryland.gov

For schedules and information on the Charm City Circulator please refer to http://www.charmcitycirculator.com

Artscape 2010 this weekend!

Wednesday, July 14th, 2010

The country’s largest free arts festival calls Baltimore’s Bolton Hill neighborhood  it’s home and we’re excited to welcome visitors from all over for this three-day festival, July 16 – 18. Headline performers include Musiq Soulchild (Friday), Gov’t Mule (Saturday) and Wale (Sunday).  More than 50 bands are scheduled to perform on four stages for a jam-packed weekend of live entertainment.  Enjoy dance, opera, theater, film, fashion, family events and international foods.  Visit www.artscape.org for more info.

If you’re staying with us at 1840s Carrollton Inn this weekend, you’re just blocks from the art and entertainment.  Our advice is to take advantage of the local metro, MTA and the free Charm City Circulator to get to and from the festivities.  Following are some suggested routes:

  • Stroll a few short blocks north on S. Front Street to the Shot Tower Metro stop.  Take the line headed towards Owings Mills and hop off at State Center Cultural Center.  From there, it’s about a 9-minute walk to the Artscape action.
  • Hop on the Charm City Circulator (Orange Route)  just outside the Inn’s entrance at Albemarle Square.  Get off at the Charles Street stop and then transfer to the Purple Route and ask the driver for the closest stop to Artscape.
  • Take the Charm City Circulator (Orange Route) to Howard Street and transfer to the Light Rail.  Hop off at Mt. Royal or State Center/Cultural Center and you should be in the midst of the excitement.
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