Wonderful relaxing way to experience Baltimore. You can see the lighthouses, the electric factory and so much more without the snarl of traffic.
Great educational playground for children with multiple level of exhibits. There are arts, crafts, and adventure to ignite imagination, inspire learning, and growth through play.
This is the centerpoint of Baltimore. You can view the pretty skyline from the street level, or go up to one of the towers to see the bird's eye view as well.
Baltimore's Inner Harbor is a great spot. It's busy with lots of fun things to do like Duck Tours, Harbor Cruises, Restaurants and Street Entertainment. Boston could learn a thing or two!
Maaaaan......was it HOT that day! Best way to cool off, while at the Inner Harbor, is to get on one of the Ferry Boats. They go to some of the other points around the Harbor.
Harborplace is a complex located by the Inner Harbor. There are quite a number of shopping and dining venues catering to tourists.
This museum is made up of a submarine, a cutter, a lightship and a lighthouse. The U.S. Coast Guard cutter 'Taney' is the last surviving warship still afloat from the attack on Pearl Harbor.
Visiting Inner Harbor is a pleasant way to spend a day.The attractions and beauty is worth the trip.