The Towson community and the neighboring city of Baltimore offer an almost endless selection of attractions to satisfy virtually every Towson student. Many attractions are located right in the heart of Towson, minutes from campus, or are a short drive away in downtown Baltimore.
If you like music, you can attend concerts at the Recher Theatre, a popular venue less than a mile from campus. The Recher showcases such artists as Citizen Cope, Phil Vassar, Switchfoot and Bret Michaels. You can also visit popular clubs like Fletcher's or Sonar in Baltimore. For large concerts, you'll find several venues in downtown Baltimore including the First Mariner Arena. If you prefer classical music, the Meyerhoff Symphony Hall, Hippodrome, Lyric Opera House and other Baltimore concert halls feature touring Broadway shows, stand-up comedians and classical orchestra music.
Moviegoers will appreciate the convenience of the AMC movie theater in downtown Towson. In Baltimore, there is also the Charles Theatre, which features art house films. For those who prefer live theater, Baltimore is also the home to Center Stage, Everyman Theatre and the Baltimore Theater Project.
Sports fans can watch the Ravens take on their latest opponent in the M&T Bank Stadium or attend Student Nights at Camden Yards and see the Baltimore Orioles play ball at a special discounted student price.
In downtown Baltimore you can admire the Renaissance Sculpture Court at the Walters Art Museum or the famous Cone Collection at the Baltimore Museum of Art. You might contemplate the historical significance of Federal Hill, experience the charm of Fell's Point, or climb 228 steps to the top of Baltimore's own Washington Monument in the Mount Vernon neighborhood. Or, you may choose to enjoy Baltimore’s rich nightlife at the popular Baja Beach Club or Iguana Cantina.