Things To Do In Baltimore, MD

As Maryland's largest city, Baltimore offers visitors a fun destination filled with loads of history and vibrant urban energy. From historic neighborhoods, picturesque city parks, and exciting Inner Harbor attractions to upscale shopping, world-class dining and exciting nightlife, Baltimore delivers a uniquely interesting visitor experience in aptly named Charm City.
Fort George G. Meade - Established in 1917 Fort Meade is an active U.S. Army installation with the fourth largest workforce in the continental U.S., all working to enable critical national and international security missions for the U.S. Army. Fort Meade is also home to the Fort Meade Museum and the National Cryptolgic Museum.

Baltimore Inner Harbor -

Baltimore's famous Inner Harbor is the cultural center of city and home to a range of attractions, restaurants, shops, street performers, nightlife, and the popular World Trade Center observation level.
Baltimore, Maryland National Aquarium

National Aquarium -

Home to more than 16,000 animals, the National Aquarium exhibits animals like stingrays, sharks, sea turtles, frogs, alligators, monkeys, lizards, puffins and others, all housed in naturalistic habitat exhibits. The National Aquarium also boasts a live-action dolphin show and an impressive 4-D Immersion Theater.

Museum of Maryland African American History & Culture -

Visitors can learn more about Maryland's African American heritage through a variety of exhibits, artifacts, uniforms, books, and personal items marking the history, struggles and triumphs of Maryland's African American communities.

Maryland Port Discovery Children's Museum

Port Discovery Children's Museum -

Port Discovery is a child-friendly museum geared toward visitors from 2-10 years old and offering three floors of educational and interactive exhibits, programs and activities like a farmer's market, obstacle course, an interactive farm, a music studio, and a three-story tree house.

Harborplace -

Situated waterside at the Inner Harbor, Harborplace is a premiere shopping, dining and entertainment featuring local and national retailers, more than 30 restaurants and eateries, live concerts, street performers, and a range of special events throughout the year.

Oriole Park at Camden Yards -

Home to the Baltimore Orioles Major League baseball team, this stunning ballpark in downtown Baltimore offers baseball fans a classic baseball experience that hearkens back to the glorious golden age of baseball in America yet offers state-of-the-art electronics, modern seating and numerous concessions.

The Walters Art Museum -

This internationally known museum is home to a collection of world art from pre-dynastic Egypt to 20th-century Europe, including Greek sculpture, South American antiquities, Roman sarcophagi, Old Master paintings, illuminated religious manuscripts, and Chinese porcelains.
Baltimore Fort McHenry National Monument

Fort McHenry National Monument -

This famous, star-shaped fort was a key player in the bloody Battle of Baltimore against the British invasion of 1814, and inspired Francis Scott Key to write the Star Spangled Banner. Visitors can enjoy a self-guided tour of the fort, and see drill, musket and artillery demonstrations, plus living history depictions and ranger-led talks in the summer.

Fells Point -

Founded in 1726, Fell Point was Baltimore's original deep-water port, serving the region for more than 100 years. Home to large shipyards, famous US Navy ships, including the USS Constellation and the USS Enterprise, were built at Fells Point. today, Fells Point is home to a variety of shops, restaurants and historical attractions.
Baltimore Art Museum

Baltimore Museum of Art -

The Baltimore Museum of Art is home to a collection of more than 90,000 pieces of 19th-century, modern, and contemporary art, including the world's largest single collection of works by Matisse. Visitors can enjoy permanent and rotating exhibits, special events and educational opportunities at the museum.

Maryland Homewood Museum Edgar Allen Poe House & Museum - Built in 1830, this modest house was home to Edgar Allen Poe and his foster family until 1835. Visitors can tour the house and view furnishings, glassware, portraits, and illustrations for Poe's famous poem, The Raven.
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