Boys’ Weekend Getaway

Boys’ Weekend Getaway

Every once in a while, a boys’ weekend is just what you need to relax and get away from your usual schedule. Let the BWI region be your jump-off point for a great weekend with the boys. With Baltimore, Washington DC, and Annapolis a short distance away, there’s plenty of ways to spend a weekend in the BWI region.


Friday

Meet up at the hotel in the afternoon/evening before heading out for dinner. Afterwards, try your luck at Maryland Live! Casino, Maryland’s largest gaming facility, or catch a live performance at Rams Head Center Stage. If you’re not ready to call it a night, head into Baltimore and stop by the bars at Fell’s Point before making your way back to the hotel. Whether you decide to stay in the BWI region for the night, or take a ten minute ride to the bars in Baltimore,  it’ll be a memorable start to you weekend getaway.


Saturday

Wake up and grab some breakfast and a bloody Mary before heading to Baltimore for the day. Check out the Inner Harbor or the Station North Arts and Entertainment District, home to street art to curated exhibits. Or, catch an Orioles game at Camden Yards – a must if you’re here during the summer. Grab some lunch and head over to Federal Hill for some barhopping before catching a live show at Pier Six Pavilion to end the night. If you’re still feeling lucky, give Horseshoe Casino a try.

If you’re looking to do a little sightseeing, take a day trip to Annapolis in the morning and drink in the history of the city Bay-side or catch a UNSA football game. Or, take a short drive to Washington D.C. and check out the White House or sites at the National Mall.

 


Sunday

If you’re here on Sunday during football season, you can’t miss a Ravens game at M&T Bank Stadium. If football isn’t at the top of your list, head just south of Annapolis, where you can easily climb aboard a charter boat and spend the day reeling in the Chesapeake’s tasty rockfish. No matter what you decide on doing, make sure to carve out some time to sit and enjoy Maryland’s world famous blue crabs.