Explore it all with a charter bus Baltimore

thumbResearching the benefits of hiring charter bus? Baltimore or another city of choice as a destination doesn't have to be an overwhelming experience to get a group of people to. One of main reasons our charter bus company is chosen more often than any other is because of our attention to details and our overall commitment to good service to each and every customer.

Corporations can also benefit from hiring a charter bus. Corporate events, meetings and seminars can be a breeze to organize when you use the services of a charter bus. Baltimore is a common destination for business and besides the convenience of using a charter bus; it also makes good financial sense. The high costs of fuel can make driving together in a caravan no longer a cost effective option. Also, when using the services of a coach bus company, no one has to arrive fatigued or stressed out from driving, everyone gets to sit back and enjoy the ride.

While visiting Baltimore make sure you visit Fort McHenry. This patriotic attraction is best known for its role in the writing of our national anthem – Francis Scott Key watched the flag wave above this fort during the 1814 Battle of Baltimore and was moved to write his moving tribute to the Stars and Stripes. Next stop should be at Oriole Park at Camden Yards. Baseball lovers will not want to miss a tour of this magnificent facility, which is considered one of the best in the country. The traditional design speaks to the nostalgia of America's Game, and a visit here is interesting even when there's no game. Visit the Orioles Hall of Fame, see where homers have flown.

Please make sure to visit the Washington Monument. The city of Baltimore was first in the nation to construct a large-scale monument to honor George Washington – Washington Monument and Mount Vernon Park, often referred to as the heart and soul of Baltimore. Learn about Baltimore's fascinating maritime history at the Baltimore Maritime Museum. This intriguing museum, which is made up, not of buildings, but docked, ships still afloat in the Chesapeake Bay. Start with the USS Torsk, nicknamed the "Galloping Ghost of the Japanese Coast" during WWII.

Each charter bus in our fleet is designed to not only be safe but also very comfortable. Seats are standard upholstered in soft fabrics and other buses have soft, leather upholstery. On board entertainment, besides your fellow passengers can be CD's and DVDs. There's no downside to choosing the services of a charter bus. Baltimore is just one of thousands of destinations we can get your group to, call us today and speak to one of our trained representatives. They will be able to answer all of your questions about booking today.

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Nov 20, 2013 - For Lovers of Art in Baltimore - the Walters Art Museum

Baltimore has a lot to offer and one of them is its exquisite art collection. Not just sticking to paintings as some might imagine art museums to carry, but ancient art instead. The Walters Art Museum carries many art from all ages and more. Located in Baltimore, and founded by William Thompson Walters and his son Henry Walters, this art museum houses masterworks from ancient Egypt, Greek sculpture and Roman sarcophagi, Art Deco jewelry, medieval ivories, illuminated manuscripts, Old Master and 19th-century paintings, Renaissance bronzes, Chinese ceramics and bronzes, and ancient Near East, Mesopotamian, and ancient Middle East items.

If you are worried about the price of admission, don’t fret. Since year 2006, the Walters Art Museum offers free admission to the public all year round due to the grants given by Baltimore City and Baltimore County.

Any time of the year you visit the art museum, you would be sure to see its permanent collection on display. Its Ancient Art collection features examples from Egypt, Nubia, Greece, Rome, Etruria and the Near East. Don’t forget to visit the two 3,000 pound statues of the Egyptian lion-headed goddess Sekhmet, as well as the Walters Mummy, the Praxitelean Satyr, and marble sarcophagi from the tombs of the Licinian and Calpurnian families.

There is also a permanent collection of Asian Art collected by the Walters father-son duo. Among the many pieces in this collection, don’t miss out on the outstanding Cambodian bronze of the eight-armed Avalokiteshvara, an intricately painted Ming Dynasty wine jar and a T’ang Dynasty earthenware camel. The Walters museum also owns the oldest surviving Chinese wood-and-lacquer image of the Buddha which is from late 6th century AD.

When talking about Islamic art, Walters Art Museum have them in all types of media. From a seventh century carved and hammered silver bowl from Iran to a sixteenth century mausoleum doors decorated with intricate wood carvings in a radiating star pattern, the museum have them all. There is also an array of Islamic manuscripts for view here by famous artists and calligraphers.

Other than the ones mentioned above, there is also the best collections of Medieval Art, Renaissance and Baroque Art, as well as Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century Art featured at this museum. They are one of the best collections found in the whole of United States. Do also visit the many drawings found at the museum such as the Confessional, Toledo by Félicien Rops, Courtier Standing by a Column, by Adolphe-René Lefèvre, and Street Scene with Gothic Building, byThéodore Henri Mansson.

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