1. Federal Hill & Fells Point
I captured Dana and Malcom's engagement here and LOVED it! The two are super close together and the water is stunning at sunrise.
2. Cylburn Arboretum
Cylburn Arboretum looks like a stunning place to spend a sunset. Spring and Fall would be best here!
3. The Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower
You can shoot inside the clock! I have always wanted to capture a couple here but there is a $100 fee and it's only open on Saturdays!
4. The Rawlings Conservatory Greenhouse
This greenhouse is PERFECTION inside! Check out their website for more information.
5. The Peabody Library
Love books and grand hallways? This location is for you! The library allows you to shoot during their operating hours on the Library website. Move over Beauty and the Beast!
6. Baltimore Aquarium
This one seems super fun! Definitely check out their hours and ticket information before you plan your shoot.
7. Camden Yards
This one would be perfect for baseball fans!
8. Sherwood Gardens
Sherwood Gardens would be ideal in spring! If you like blooms then this would be a great location for engagement photos in Baltimore.
9. Patterson Park
The pagoda seems like the place to photograph! You can check out the park's website and shoot inside the Pagoda Noon to 6PM on Sundays!
10. Cloisters Castle
While Cloisters Castle is usually a wedding venue, they do allow portraiture! Be sure to call ahead!
12. Chase Court
Chase court is ideal for portraits but they have a pretty steep photography rental price!
13. Evergreen Museum & Library
This option has stunning gardens and an estate feel. You can check out their hours here. It seems like an overcast day would be the best option since they are closed at sunrise and sunset.
14. Dye House
I have always wanted to photograph at the Mt. Washington Mill Dye House. This building has a really amazing feel to it. Definitely a location for the chic couple.
15. Gramercy Mansion
The Gramercy Mansion is worth checking out even for a staycation!