Bridgestreet Lighthouse Landing

2700 Lighthouse Point E., Baltimore, Maryland, 21224, United States
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Baltimore area info needed

by catfish78

We have 4 days to do the Baltimore area (I know, we need more time). Obviously we need to maximize our time. We would like to visit Annapolis, Ft. McHenry, Fell's Point, and the D.C. area for a day. I know this is a lot to squeeze in, but I've been trying to get our friends there for years. I want to show them a lot.
*Any suggestions for an Inner Harbor Hotel that won't break the bank?
*Since we want to go these other places, would staying somewhere inbetween make sense?
*Isn't there an interesting (perhaps historical) town inbetween Baltimore and Annapolis?
*Have a missed anything we should see/do? Thanks!

Re: Baltimore area info needed


Since I live in Ellicott CIty (which is a historic town south of Baltimore), I don't have occasion to use the hotels in the Inner Harbor. When I have stayed in the area, it has been at the airport.

The question is - will you have a vehicle? Because you can do the Inner Harbor (Aquarium, Little Italy, Flag Museum etc), Ft. McHenry and Fells Point without one (possibly even in one day and from an Inner Harbor Hotel), and you may even be able to get to D.C. on the train, but to get to Annapolis in the time frame you have given, you really need a car.

Re: Baltimore area info needed

by catfish78

Thanks. That's just what I needed to know. Ellicot City may be the town I was trying to remember.

Re: Baltimore area info needed

by EllenH

Ellicott city was one of our favorite places when we lived in Maryland, thanks for the reminder as we will be visiting in the fall.

Travel Tips for Baltimore

See that other Washington...

by noahsdad

See that other Washington Monument in the elegant Mt. Vernon neighborhood. Visit the world-class Walters Art Gallery, which has pieces from many periods and recently added a collection of Ethiopian art.


by LoriPori

The clock tower above Orioles Stadium is the BROMO- SELTZER TOWER. The inventor of Bromo-Seltzer, Captain Isaac Emerson had this tower built at 312 -318 West Lombard St. and South Paca St. next to his factory which obviously no longer exists. Modelled after the Palazzo Vecchio in Florence, Italy, the Bromo-Seltzer Tower has been a Baltimore landmark since 1911.
The Tower is not accessible to the public.

Baltimore: Sports are a Religion

by AKtravelers

Baltimore residents really get into their professional sports teams -- apparently more than their religions, if you check the adjacent photo. Local athletes like Johnny Unitas and Cal Ripken Jr. are icons, and the day the Colts moved to Indianapolis is still infamous even though the Ravens are here now (most locals were very conflicted about stealing Cleveland's team, but are envious of how Cleveland got to keep the team name, colors and records). People cheered when Bob Irsay, the Colts owner, died. As for the Orioles, times have been tough since the late 1990's, making team owner Peter Angelos one of the least favorite people in town.

Duckpin Bowling

by ellielou

This "sport," is often in competition with lacrosse and jousting as being the state sport. (Ask almost any native Marylander, and they will be able to answer the question: what is the state sport of Maryland? Hint: it's not lacrosse.)

There aren't many places where you can drink beer--even bring your own--smoke cigarettes, and eat fried foods, while getting a modicom of exercise.

A perfect night can include duckpins at Patterson Bowl, followed by crabs and karoke across the street at Kelley's. Everything is provided to you if you wish to bowl duckpins. Shoes, of course, can be had for a reasonable fee.

Oldest building still in use for medical ed. in US

by mcdomanski

Davidge hall was built in 1812. It replaced the original medical school building which had been burnt an angry mob. The source of discontent was that the medical school's practice of performing cadaveric dissection for teaching purposes.

Notice that Davidge hall has few windows as this was a safety consideration. Donation of bodies for dissection was illegal at this time, and bodies were procured from the local graveyard at Westminster Hall. (Where Edgar Allen Poe is buried) When Westminster Hall was renovated some years ago, many of the gravesites were found to be empty.

Davidge hall features several hidden staircases and secret passages used to hid the bodies. Today, it is still used for guest lectures and special medical school functions by the University of Maryland.


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