Baltimore and Beyond
Learn More, See More, B’More
Current JHU student hosts Lucie and Noah take you on tours of Baltimore in the Learn More, See More, B’More video series. Filmed and edited by current students, the videos explore the restaurants, neighborhoods, and attractions of Charm City.
While the Homewood campus is a hub for student life, Johns Hopkins’ location in Baltimore, Maryland, means that students enjoy the best of both worlds: all the amenities of a major urban center—theater, museums, music, professional sports, all kinds of restaurants, and public transportation—plus the easy lifestyle and neighborliness of a smaller city. In addition to entertainment options, Baltimore offers many job, internship, and research opportunities. From tourist-friendly attractions like the Inner Harbor, National Aquarium, and the Maryland Science Center to local cafés, quirky neighborhoods, and great music and art venues, there is a lot to discover around the city.
The Johns Hopkins Homewood campus is located in the Charles Village neighborhood of Baltimore, where students find shops and restaurants; the Johns Hopkins Barnes & Noble bookstore; several residence halls and university-owned apartment buildings; and all kinds of services. The Baltimore Museum of Art is located at the south end of the Homewood campus and one of Baltimore’s most unique and charming neighborhoods, Hampden, is readily accessible from campus.
- Baltimore Office of Promotion
- Baltimore Sun
- Baltimore City Paper
- Baltimore Magazine
- Baltimore Orioles
- Baltimore Ravens
- The Arts
- American Visionary Art Museum
- Baltimore Symphony Orchestra
- Baltimore Opera
- Center Stage
- Walters Art Museum
Another benefit to Johns Hopkins’ location? It’s easy to get where you need to go, and you’re in easy reach of Washington, DC, Philadelphia, and New York City, some of the East Coast’s most exciting destinations. Or, maybe you’d like to hit a Maryland hiking trail or the beach. Start planning your weekend get-away now: