Baltimore's Inner Harbor is one of United States oldest seaports. It is a popular tourist attraction and a National Land Mark as well. I was blown away on arrival at the harbor last week. I'm not sure... more
We spent 5 hours in this place to see just about all that it had to offer.
There are many exhibits and rooms. They have a live dolphin show. Be careful of sitting in the first few rows because you... more
While the shipyards that attracted people from all over the world to settle in Fells Point may have been relegated to the historical archives, Fells Point international flavor remains palpable through... more
Located by the Washington Monument at Charles and Mount Vernon Place streets, the United Methodist Church is a religious attraction and one of the most significant buildings in all of Baltimore. It is... more
Federal Hill in South Baltimore is the large hill that most tourist will see while walking in the Inner Harber. If you climb the hill there is a large tree shaded park with several monuments. From the... more
Every city worth seeing has at least a few of those rather obscure, unusual places that most people never bother to visit. One such place is the Baltimore Public Works Museum.
It's dedicated to all... more
In 1984, Baltimore’s national league football team the Colts, left in the middle of the night and moved to Indianapolis, leaving this football loving city heartbroken and longing for a team for ten... more
Located a very short walk east of the Inner Harbor, Little Italy is a friendly and unique neighborhood in Baltimore. From the Feast of Saint Anthony in June and the Feast of Saint Gabriel in August,... more
When my oldest daughter was a baby, we would go places with animals because they engaged her attention. My mother and I took her to the zoo in Baltimore when she was about 18 months old.
I'm sure the... more
A trivia question: what do the Washington Monuments in Baltimore and nearby DC have in common besides honoring America's first president?
Answer: both were designed by one man, Robert Mills.
Most people take the railroads for granted. But in 1829, they made their first appearance in the United States. It happened right here, in Baltimore. It was a sensation, and it changed history.
A lot of unique conversational works are displayed. Painings, sculptures, some interactive displays and some short films. Many will make you laugh or say wow!
You can only picture the items that are... more
Great interactive experience for children. Offers multiple exhibits including dinosaurs, planet earth, the human body, outer space and Chesapeake Bay life and designed to stimulate learning and... more
This museum is very moving and is not for the faint at heart. They even warn parents with children under 12 to decide if they can see the lynching displays. You will not come back out the same person... more
Since June 2004, Jonathan Borofsky’s 51-foot-tall aluminum sculpture towers over the plaza in front of Pennsylvania Station. Lots of locals has their own opinion of “Male/Female”—the shiny, vertically... more
The museum's neoclassical main building was conceived by John Russell Pope, architect of the National Gallery in Washington DC. This great art museum contains paintings from some of the finest and... more
luckily for me, this photo does not expose my undergarments. it is the sole full-length photo of me that is g-rated.
apparently frank has this special camera he uses on ladies that make their special... more
I was born and brought up in Baltimore. When I married, my husband was in the Navy and we lived in various places around the US. Over the years (between 1959 when I married and 2007 when we finally......
There are only a few appealing things about summer in Baltimore: steamed crabs, baseball when the O's aren't losing, and snowballs.
But, one of the best things is the local festivals, especially when...
Before European settlement, the site of Baltimore was inhabited by a Native American people known as the Susquehannock. The area was explored by English soldier John Smith in 1608 and was settled in...