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The Washington Monument in Mount Vernon Square.

 


Where can you get a good cup of coffee around here?
City Cafe
1001 Cathedral Street
(410) 539-4252
3 blocks from Chase Court

Donna's Cafe & Coffee Bar
2 West Madison Street
(410) 385-0180
4 blocks from Chase Court

Starbucks
1209 North Charles Street
(410) 528-9294
3 blocks from Chase Court
T-Mobile HotSpot wireless broadband Internet service.


ATM
PNC Bank, corner of Chase and North Charles Streets
1 block from Chase Court





Great Things to Do in Baltimore!

Mount Vernon
About the neigborhood of Mount Vernon
Baltimore's Cultural District
Mount Vernon acquired its land and name during the 19th century when John Eager Howard and his heirs donated what was then the highest point in Baltimore to become the site for the first memorial to George Washington. The site of the Washington Monument in Mount Vernon Square (5 blocks south of Chase Court, on North Charles Street) is generally regarded as one of the most beautiful urban sites in the world.

Between 1800 and 1900 Mount Vernon was at the center of Baltimore's transformation from an insignificant harbor city to a place of prominence and wealth. This was the time when fortunes were made and great philanthropies bestowed. During the neighborhood's early history, wealthy residents including Henry and William Walters, Robert Garrett, A.S. Abell, and Theodore Marburg commissioned well-known architects such as Niernsee & Neilson, Stanford White, John Russell Pope, and Robert Mills to build the grand buildings and monuments that still grace the neighborhood.


The Belvedere, constructed in 1901.

Lyric Opera House
140 West Mount Royal Avenue, (410) 685-5086
5 blocks from Chase Court
The Baltimore home of Broadway and opera. The acoustics of the Lyric are world-renowned, and conductors and performers alike have attested to this fact from the beginning. Not only is the theatre a cultural and architectural landmark, it is a world landmark when judged in terms of its sound.

Baltimore Opera Company
The Company performs at the Lyric (see above).
From the first performance by the Company in 1950 of Rosa Ponselle's Aïda to the spectacular new American opera Dead Man Walking, opera is thriving in Baltimore!

Baltimore Symphony Orchestra
1212 Cathedral Street
(410) 783-8000, (877) BSO-1444
5 blocks from Chase Court
The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra is internationally recognized as having achieved a preeminent place among the world's most important orchestras. Acclaimed for its uncompromising pursuit of artistic excellence, the Baltimore Symphony has attracted a devoted national and international following.

The Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall has been the home of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra since its opening in 1982. The 2,443-seat hall has been hailed for its pristine acoustics and versatility. The Meyerhoff has played host to international classical stars such as cellist Yo-Yo Ma, violinist Joshua Bell and pianist Emanuel Ax, and popular performers including singer-songwriter Harry Connick, Jr., bluegrass singer Allison Krauss and comedian Jerry Seinfeld.

The Walters Art Museum
600 North Charles Street, (410) 547-9000
5 blocks from Chase Court
Hours: Wednesday - Sunday , 11 AM - 5 PM, Fridays 'til 8 PM
The Walters Art Museum is internationally renowned for its collection of art. The collection presents an overview of world art from pre-dynastic Egypt to 20th-century Europe, and counts among its many treasures Greek sculpture and Roman sarcophagi; medieval ivories and Old Master paintings; Art Deco jewelry and 19th-century European and American masterpieces.

Admission to the museum is free.

Charm City Yoga
107 East Preston Street, (410) 234-8967
3 blocks from Chase Court
Hot Vinyasa is the signature style of Charm City Yoga. The room is heated to 85 to 90 degress so your body is warmed, allowing for deeper stretching. The muscles, tendons and ligaments become soft and more flexible. The heat promotes sweating which is a method of cleansing to aid in the healing aspects of this yoga style. All levels of practitioners are welcomed. Hot Vinyasa is a vigorous yoga. Please bring water and a towel.


Charles North
The Charles Theatre
1711 North Charles Street, (410) 727-FILM
6 blocks from Chase Court
The only theatre of its kind in Baltimore, The Charles has the unique distinction of offering first-run specialty films in addition to Hollywood movies, foreign films and cinema classics. The 1150-seat, 23,000 square-foot movie house is located in one of Charles Street's most intriguing historic buildings.


MARC Train to Washington
Baltimore Penn Station
1515 North Charles Street, (410) 539-5000
3 blocks from Chase Court
The Penn Line of the MARC Train service operates on Monday through Friday ONLY, with service to Washington Union Station. It is inexpensive and an excellent way to visit Washington, DC on weekdays. The ride takes about 45 minutes.


Jones Falls Area
Baltimore Streetcar Museum
1901 Falls Road, (410) 547-0264
9 blocks from Chase Court
Hours: Sunday, 12 PM - 5 PM (Year-round)
Saturday, 12 PM - 5 PM (June through October)
Admission includes unlimited rides on original Baltimore streetcars, displays, an audio-visual presentation of Baltimore's streetcar history and a guided carhouse tour.


Inner Harbor
Baltimore Orioles
Oriole Park at Camden Yards
333 West Camden Street, (888) 848-BIRD
About a mile from Chase Court
Home of the Baltimore Orioles, Oriole Park at Camden Yards was the first of the "retro" major league ballparks constructed during the 1990s and early 2000s, and remains one of the most highly praised.

Baltimore Ravens
M&T Bank Stadium
1101 Russell Street, (410) 261-RAVE
About a mile and a quarter from Chase Court
TicketMaster: (800) 551-SEAT(7328)
(410) 547-SEAT(7328)

National Aquarium in Baltimore
501 East Pratt Street
18 blocks from Chase Court (about a mile)
A world-class aquarium featuring a tropical rain forest, dolphin shows, large permanent exhibits of sharks and rays, and a new $70 million Australian reef exhibit.


Hollins Market
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Museum
901 West Pratt Street, (410) 752-2490
About a mile from Chase Court
Visitors to the B&O Railroad Museum can tour many of the Museum's facilities including the 1884 Roundhouse where you can climb aboard a real locomotive and see the most comprehensive collection of American railroad artifacts in the world. Free train rides are offered on Tuesdays - Sundays from April through December.


Johns Hopkins Homewood
The Baltimore Museum of Art
Art Museum Drive, North Charles & 31st streets
(443) 573-1700
About two miles from Chase Court
Matisse, Picasso, sculpture gardens, ancient mosaics, contemporary art, a cafe, make this museum a must-see for art lovers and visitors seeking a relaxing afternoon.


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