Baltimore Things to Do

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  • 1. Inner Harbor

    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...

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  • 2. National Aquarium

    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...

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  • 3. Mount Vernon

    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...

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  • 4. Fells Point

    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...

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  • 5. Fort McHenry

    Fort McHenry was one of the principal forts guarding the harbor of Baltimore. And most famously, events there during the War of 1812 inspired Francis Scott Key to write the lyrics to "The Star...

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  • 6. Camden Yards - Raven's Stadium

    Out in front of Camden Yards is a statue of Baltmore native George Herman "Babe" Ruth. Babe Ruth was a fine pitcher for the Red Sox before the stupid team owner, Harry Frazee, sold him to the Yankees...

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  • 7. Little Italy

    We were fortunate enough to be touring Little Italy during the "Festival of St. Anthony" - a massive street fair with lots of shopping, food, and drink. It was a very happy place, despite the enormous...

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  • 8. World Trade Center

    Offering panoramic views across Baltimore's Inner Harbour, downtown areas and beyond, Baltimore's World Trade Center is the place to go for visitors to "Charm City". The World Trade Centre in...

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  • 9. Federal Hill

    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...

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  • 10. Walters Art Museum

    Acclaimed as one of the best art museums in the United States, THE WALTERS ART MUSEUM, located in the historic Mt. Vernon Cultural District of Baltimore, offers ancient, medieval and Renaissance art,...

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  • 11. Zoo

    When we were toddlers, my mom and grandmother used to take us here. So we've come with our children and their friends. One of the new exhibits is the Polar Bear Watch, the Zoo's new state-of-the-art...

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  • 12. American Visionary Art Museum

    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...

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  • 13. Duckpin Bowling

    With almost 80 years in the same location under it's belt, Patterson Bowl is a true taste of Baltimore living. There is a community feel to this establishment ... with folks calling out to each other...

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  • 14. Edgar Allan Poe's Gravesite

    American writer, poet, editor and literary critic Edgar Allan Poe's memorial grave can be found in the graveyard in Westminster Hall and Burying Ground on the corner of Fayette and Greene Streets in...

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  • 15. Washington Monument

    This Landmark is currently closed, its been closed since 2010 so there is no access to the inside. No one seems to know why the monument is closed, but I found out online that there was a car crash...

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  • 16. B&O Railroad Museum

    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. The...

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  • 17. USS Constellation

    This is the starting point of the tour of the actual ship. Once your purchase your ticket, you go left to the entrance to the ship. The museum houses some artifacts from the times when the ship was...

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  • 18. Amtrak - Penn Station

    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...

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  • 19. Maryland Science Center

    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...

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  • 20. National Katyn Memorial

    This was the first stop on our walking tour, and I had to admit I was unaware of this piece of history. The memorial commemorates those Polish people who were rounded up by Stalin and brought to the...

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  • 21. USS Torsk

    This is a must see and tour while in the Baltimore area. I think many of us will never ride in a submarine, so this is as good as it gets. The tour of the USS Torsk was number 3 of 4 ships we got to...

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  • 22. Museum of Art

    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...

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  • 23. Maritime Museum

    Unlike most museums, the Baltimore Maritime Museum doesn't fit within four walls, or walls of any sort. This museum is actually composed of four different historic landmarks, 3 ships and an unusual...

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  • 24. Civil War Museum

    At the outset of the Civil War, in April 1861, Maryland was a neutral state. It was, like Kentucky and Missouri, divided right down the middle. So the Confederates tried to seize control of Baltimore,...

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  • 25. Babe Ruth Museum

    George Herman "Babe" Ruth, one of the most storied and acheived atheletes in American history, was born at this location in 1895. A pre-mass media sports celebritiy, Ruth rules the baseball world with...

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