Places you should visit atleast once in Baltimore
Situated in Charles Village, just north of the downtown area, the Baltimore Museum of Art claims the title of largest..
Baltimore Museum of Art
Although not as famous as the Baltimore Museum of Art , this free Mount Vernon museum displays art dating back to 5000 B
The Walters Art Museum
If you're downtown during a game day, you're bound to see droves of fans flashing orange as they head to Camden Yards
Oriole Park at Camden Yards
While detained on a ship in the Chesapeake Bay during a battle in the War of 1812, lawyer, poet and writer Francis Scott Key saw a flag of 15 stars..
Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine
Many of the attractions in Baltimore – including the National Aquarium, the Maryland Science Center, the USS..
This Federal Hill art museum, which was once a whiskey warehouse, beckons to those with eclectic tastes
American Visionary Art Museum
For some of the best views of the Inner Harbor and Baltimore skyline, head to Federal Hill just south of downtown
Federal Hill Park
A marble fountain, swimming pool, lake, pagoda and dog park can be found in this 300-year-old park, where locals and visitors congregate for seasonal..
This 200-plus-year-old Maryland Science Center is one of the oldest scientific institutions in the country
Maryland Science Center
The USS Constellation, which is currently docked at pier 1 along the Inner Harbor, was first launched in 1854 and has had a tenuous history..
One of the most well-known attractions in Baltimore, the National Aquarium houses more than 20,000 animals
National Aquarium in Baltimore
Step inside the this brick house-turned-museum on 203 Amity St
Edgar Allan Poe House and Museum