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Baltimore’s Famous Inner Harbor: Attractions, Shopping & Dining

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 ever popular Harborplace. The Baltimore Inner Harbor arose as a maritime and social center in the 1700s and has maintained its status as Baltimore’s cultural center to the present day. Baltimore’s Inner Harbor and its surrounding neighborhoods draw locals and visitors alike from around the world to experience the fun, culture and nightlife of Maryland’s famous “Charm City.”


Baltimore’s popular Inner Harbor district is home to a range of attractions and activities that visitors of all ages can enjoy.

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

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

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Baltimore Inner Harbor
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National Aquarium in Baltimore
National Aquarium in Baltimore

Maryland Science Center
With a planetarium, an IMAX theater and fun, hands-on exhibits highlighting the world of science and technology, the Maryland Science Center offers three floors of science-themed experiences for kids and amateur scientists of all ages to enjoy.

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.

Geppi’s Entertainment Museum
This unique museum takes visitors on a fun journey through American pop culture history with displays of more than 6,000 iconic toys, games, dolls, comics, memorabilia and other pop culture artifacts spanning from the 1700s down to the present day.

American Visionary Art Museum
Highlighting visionary artists like Ted Gordon, Vollis Simpson and Clyde Jones, the American Visionary Art Museum features more than 4,000 pieces, including paintings, sculpture and kinetic art, as well as a variety of rotating displays.

Port Discovery Children’s Museum in Maryland
Port Discovery is a child-friendly museum geared toward visitors from 2-10 years of age, offering three floors of educational and interactive exhibits, programs and activities. Activities include a farmer’s market, obstacle course, interactive farm, music studio and three-story tree house.


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