Paul Greene Wireless Knows Baltimore

There is an incredible array of things to see and do in the Baltimore area, offering even the most seasoned of Baltimore familiars the opportunity to experience something new, interesting and enriching on each new trip. Paul Greene Wireless understands the Baltimore area well, having been a resident and professional of Rockville, Maryland for many years.

Below, Paul Greene Wireless shares some of his favorite places to visit whenever he happens to be in the historical Baltimore area.

Baltimore Museum of Art

As the largest museum in Maryland, and home to pieces that cover a broad range of eras and styles, the Baltimore Museum of Art provides the family a comprehensive journey through the history of the art community, says Paul Greene Wireless. The Museum features an extensive collection of genuine impressionist-era pieces, as well as one of the largest Andy Warhol collections in the world.

Oriole Park at Camden Yards

Whether you’re an ardent sports fan or a sports history enthusiast, says Paul Greene Wireless, Oriole Park at Camden Yards can provide you an incredible and atavistic sports experience. Enjoy a full game at the stadium, enjoy a famous Camden Yards hot dog, and relax in one of Baltimore’s premiere sporting environments. You don’t need to be an Oriole’s fan to truly enjoy the splendor of Oriole Park.

Fort McHenry National Monument

A popular historic attraction, as well as the sight of a famous War of 1812 battle, the Fort McHenry National Monument provides a spectacular educational and historical opportunity for the whole family. Reportedly the setting for the battle that inspired the writing of the National Anthem, says Paul Greene Wireless, the Fort stands as a testament to a pivotal point in American history.


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