Baltimore is a city rich with history and culture, an array of world-class museums and attractions, a topnotch culinary scene and an impressive selection of hotels. Our many one-of-a-kind neighborhoods – which continue to expand with the opening of restaurants, shops, cafes and more – as well as an exciting calendar of annual events, bring enjoyment to those of all ages. In Baltimore, you can honor the past while enjoying endless opportunities to explore, learn and have fun.
For Maryland Fleet Week, Baltimore welcomes hundreds of sailors and air show crew who will descend to the area for the week and we look forward too welcoming you.
Honoring the 75th Anniversary of the end of WWII, Maryland Fleet Week and Airshow Baltimore will feature public visitation of U.S. Navy and International Ships around Baltimore’s waterfront. There will be a two-day spectacular airshow over Baltimore Harbor, primarily Fort McHenry, featuring the U.S. Navy Blue Angels and many other air performances including WWII heritage flights and possible participation by international Allied Forces teams. A festival area will be located at the Inner Harbor featuring WWII history themed exhibits and activities commemorating the State of Maryland's contributions to the success of the allied war effort.
Historic Ships in Baltimore manages Maryland Fleet Week and Air Show Baltimore in partnership with the City of Baltimore and the State of Maryland. For 2020, we are working with the U.S. Department of Defense for the WWII commemorations.