Experience Gifts in Baltimore and Ideas for Unique Gifts in Baltimore
Give a gift that will get them out and about, experiencing Baltimore and the surrounding area from a totally different perspective. We have a selection of unique Delmarva and Baltimore gift ideas that will create lasting memories for years to come.
For gourmands, we have some wonderful culinary treats based in Baltimore and Annapolis. Food tours, cooking classes, and lunch or dinner cruises in Baltimore Harbour and Chesapeake Bay are all offered. Taste the local delicacies that are famous in Baltimore. Of course you will almost certainly find crab cakes on the menu, but you might also get to taste Chesapeake oysters, ostrich burgers, locally brewed beer, superb seafood chowder, and homemade gelato.
If you're buying a gift for someone who loves to try new things and learn new skills, we have some great experiences in the Baltimore area that will tickle their creative fancy. A glass-blowing workshop, salsa dance classes... they can even learn to fly over the beautiful eastern shore! Our experience gift vouchers keep on giving, with memories that last a life time.
I have never done a food tour before, but my girlfriend has been on several. We were very lucky to have good weather and the guides were great. They were extremely knowledgable and were very involved in the Frederick community. The tour size was perfect (about 10) where we could move easily and chat with different people. We enjoyed the food selection, especially the wine and beer tastings! There was a good amount of walking on this trip, which is why the advice of comfortable shoes is a must. It was nice that the food / drink stops were evenly spaced around so you had time to digest before moving on to another stop. This was a wonderful experience, I definitely recommend it, and would love do go on another!Ben - Gaithersburg, MD
The boat tour was nice, but we could not hear what the tour guide was saying on the top level (outside) of the boat. We were forced to choose a better view outside and not be able to hear the interesting facts about the city, or to sit inside and hear he facts, but not be able to truly enjoy the view. That was frustrating. Otherwise, it was nice.Jennifer Ricketts - NYC