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Baltimore centers on the peaceful Inner Harbor, a lovely renovated neighborhood curving around the Patapsco River. Walk along the stretch or take a water taxi to pop into restaurants, shops and cultural attractions.
On the harbor’s eastern side, visit Fell’s Point, once a shipbuilding community. Frederick Douglass was enslaved here as a youth for over 10 years. The community now features restaurants, shopping and events such as the Privateer Festival celebrating the region’s pirating past. Head west to the National Aquarium with over 20,000 animals in habitats ranging from ocean to rainforest.
A bit north, the Reginald F. Lewis Museum’s exhibits display some of Maryland’s African-American heritage. Find hands-on fun and learning at the Port Discovery Children’s Museum. Continue north to the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, America’s first cathedral, built in the early 1800s.
Return to the harbor’s wide brick promenade to see dinosaurs, space displays and amazing demos at the interactive Maryland Science Center on the western shore. Find more fun at the American Visionary Art Museum, where unique self-revelatory art includes giant whirligigs and a full-size dress for a full-size horse. On the southern peninsula, visit the Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine. The fort’s 1814 battle inspired Francis Scott Key to write the U.S. national anthem.
Drive to Druid Hill Park, about 5 miles (kilometers) north of the harbor, where flowering trees border Druid Lake. Visit the park’s Maryland Zoo in Baltimore and the City of Baltimore Conservancy, with beautiful plant specimens. Stroll through the forested Wyman Park next to the Johns Hopkins University campus and stop at the Baltimore Museum of Art, featuring a very large Matisse collection.
If you enjoy baseball or simply want to relax in this inspiring stadium, visit Oriole Park at Camden Yards. Notice how Baltimore’s purpose-built stadium incorporates a warehouse from the old B&O Railroad. Eat a hot dog with crab dip as you cheer on the hometown Orioles.
Conveniently located in the heart of downtown Baltimore, this Art Deco hotel is 3 blocks from the National Aquarium and Hippodrome Theatre, and across from the Metro Station.
Located in Fells Point, this houseboat is within 1 mi (2 km) of Baltimore Tattoo Museum and National Aquarium in Baltimore. American Visionary Art Museum and USS Constellation are also within 2 mi (3 km).
Located in Downtown Baltimore, this apartment is within a 10-minute walk of Baltimore Convention Center and USS Constellation. National Aquarium in Baltimore and Walters Art Museum are also within 15 minutes.
Getting to the airport couldn’t be easier for guests at this budget-friendly hotel, located within a 10-minute drive of BWI. There’s a free shuttle to take the stress out of making a flight, and the hotel is a 20-minute cab ride from downtown Baltimore.
3 blocks from Baltimore's Inner Harbor, this Days Inn is across the street from the Baltimore Convention Center. Dining, galleries, shopping, and a picturesque waterfront are all within 5 blocks.
Straddling Baltimore's arts and business districts, this 13-story, 1920s apartments-turned-boutique hotel overlooks Mount Vernon Square and is 10 blocks from the Inner Harbor.
Located in Downtown Baltimore, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Baltimore City Hall, National Aquarium in Baltimore, and USS Constellation. Walters Art Museum and Washington Monument are also within 1 mi (2 km).
Located in Downtown Baltimore, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of St. Paul's Episcopal Church, National Aquarium in Baltimore, and USS Constellation. Walters Art Museum and Washington Monument are also within 15 minutes.