Baltimore is a city of roughly 600,000 that boasts many of the advantages of an eastern seaboard city without the overwhelming size of its neighbors on the east coast. The coastal location makes the weather relatively temperate with winters averaging 18 inches of snowfall (the average number of snowy days is 10; the average high in February is 45°F and the average low is 29°F). Our fellows are typically split among those with and without children and the city is well suited to either situation.
- Inner Harbor
- National Aquarium
- Maryland Science Center
- Harbor East (shopping)
- Orioles Park at Camden Yards (Baltimore Orioles)
- M&T Bank Stadium (Baltimore Ravens)
- Babe Ruth Museum
- Visionary Arts Museum
- Walters Art Gallery
- Baltimore Museum of Art
- Hippodrome Theatre
- Center Stage
- Fort McHenry (where Francis Scott Key first penned the national anthem
- Assateague Island (see the wild horses run)
Enjoy the many eclectic restaurants in these Historic Baltimore neighborhoods...
Enjoy running, biking, hiking, roller blading, and nature photography at these fantastic venues:
- Loch Raven Reservoir
- Patapsco Valley State Park
- Waterfront Promenade
- Lake Roland Park
The Student Center directly across the street from the hospital includes excellent dining, a state-of-the-art gym, and an indoor pool. Membership to this facility is provided to incoming fellows for the year, compliments of the Division.
For more information about making a contribution, please contact UMMS Foundation at 410-328-GIFT (4438) or visit their Web site - www.ummsfoundation.org.