2019 NAEP Conference

The Environmental Landscape in the Age of Infrastructure Modernization

Sunday, May 19 – Thursday, May 23

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There's a Buzz about Baltimore...

...that makes people who visit fall in love with its vibe. With the world-famous Inner Harbor; renowned museums and attractions; award-winning restaurants; a locally loved music scene, and hip and historic neighborhoods, get ready to explore a truly authentic American city.

What's in Baltimore?

The Lord Baltimore Hotel

20 W Baltimore St,
Baltimore, Maryland 21201
Phone: (855) 539-1928
Website: www.lordbaltimorehotel.com
Rates: $159/night

About the Hotel

The Lord Baltimore Hotel is a 23-story, 440-room property in the heart of downtown Baltimore, Maryland rich in historical and architectural significance. Being one of the most unique and interesting hotels in downtown Baltimore, this meticulously restored late 1920’s gem offers a dramatic backdrop to the 2019 NAEP Conference.

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The Buzz about Baltimore

With the world-famous Inner Harbor; renowned museums and attractions; award-winning restaurants; a locally loved music scene, and hip and historic neighborhoods, consider allowing time before or after conference sessions to check out the city

Explore Baltimore

Specifically, take a look at the following exciting options:

Inner Harbor

For about 200 years Baltimore’s Inner Harbor allowed the city to be a leader in many industries such as shipbuilding, canning and steel. By the second half of the 20th century city leaders decided to turn the idle port into a bustling tourism attraction. Delight in wonderful museums, delicious places to eat, fun events and an exciting nightlife all in one place. Inner Harbor has it all, offering a wonderful selection of activities for every taste and style. Check out this dynamic community during your Baltimore visit.

National Aquarium

Hosting more than 20,000 fish, birds, reptiles and marine mammals in carefully designed habitats, the National Aquarium is dedicated to global conservation initiatives.

Baltimore Museum of Art

Since its founding in 1914, the Baltimore Museum of Art has been an important cultural destination. Experience a wide range of modern works that will make you look at art in a whole new way.

Camden Yards

If you’re a big baseball fan, then a stop at Camden Yards is a necessity. This year, NAEP is offering a chance to catch an Orioles game at Camden Yards as an optional event for an additional $65 (Tuesday night) so you can enjoy the baseball game with your fellow attendees! Each ticket includes entry at the club level, a $10 food/beverage voucher, and the chance to take the networking outside of the Lord Baltimore Hotel. Plus, it’s just two blocks from the celebrated home of legendary baseball player Babe Ruth. 

Fort McHenry

Famous for its role in the War of 1812, Fort McHenry is the only area of the National Park System to be designated both a National Monument and Historic Shrine. It was the valiant defense of the fort by 1,000 Americans that inspired Francis Scott Key, a lawyer and amateur poet, to compose "The Star Spangled Banner," originally entitled "Defense of Fort McHenry."

B&O Railroad Museum and Street Car Museum

Climb aboard some of the most memorable trains and trolley cars of the past century. The Baltimore & Ohio Railroad opened America to expansion and development and is an integral part of our history.

Baltimore Wicked History Tour

Join Baltimore Wicked History Tours to plumb the depths of Baltimore’s underbelly. From speakeasies to underhanded villains to celebrated personalities, this is a history lesson like no other.