Venue Profile: World Trade Center Baltimore

Today we’ve got another amazing venue profile, and this one is with views to die for! There are many inner harbor venues that can boast about their great views, but none are quite as high as this one: The World Trade Center in Baltimore.

Occupied primarily by business offices, this building sitting at the top of the inner harbor also has 2 floors of non-business space. The 27th and top floor is an observation deck open to the public, aptly named the Top Of The World Observation Level. The 21st floor is the space we visited, which includes 3 large rooms available to rent for events.

The Governors Room

This room, with large board meeting table, can be rented by weddings to use as a changing room, prep room, or whatever other need the couple may have.

The Maryland Room

This room is 1500 square feet and has windows facing west and north, with fantastic views of the city. It can seat 80 people banquet style or 150 people standing room style. It also has a small built in dance floor!

The Constellation Room

This room is the largest of the three, at 3500 square feet. It can seat 225 people banquet style, and includes a large dance floor, a coat closet, and a built-in bar area! This room also has the best views (in our opinion), with south, west, and east views that include the harbor, both stadiums, the Domino Sugar sign and even the Key Bridge!

Another plus to the Constellation Room is that the cozy “Bride’s Room” is attached. Brides and/or Grooms can use this room to do a few last minute touches, or relax, before making their grand entrance!


When we asked our tour guide, Gail, to sum up what makes The World Trade Center Baltimore a top pick as a wedding venue, she replied: “You can’t beat the view! Combined with the convenience of the building and the affordability to rent, it’s a great place to hold your special day.

If you’d like a taste of the great views, we encourage you to visit the Top Of The World Observation Level. It is well worth it!

Grand Lodge Wedding by Meaghan Elliott Photography
Fells Point Engagement by Dana Cubbage Photography
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