From the Inner Harbor to Little Italy, there's no shortage of things to do in Baltimore. See dolphins at the National Aquarium, stay in a historic hotel or feast on world-famous Maryland blue crabs.Go to Destination
A major seaport hub since the 1700s, Baltimore’s Inner Harbor now stands as the center of the city’s tourism; the National Aquarium, Maryland Science Center and dining and shopping options are all located nearby.
Inner Harbor, Baltimore, MD
From outdoor movies to bocce games, this charming neighborhood celebrates all things Italian. But what truly makes “Piccola Italia” worth a visit? The food! You’ll find 30 restaurants here, from Vaccaro's Pastry Shop to Sotto Sopra. Mangia!
Little Italy, Baltimore
Baltimore beckons seafood lovers, and this Canton neighborhood seafood house is no exception; it captures the “real taste of Baltimore seafood,” serving favorites such as crab cakes, Maryland crab soup and oysters.
2901 O’Donnell St
Baltimore, MD 21224
Located in the Inner Harbor, the Science Center consists of 3 floors of interactive exhibits, as well as an IMAX theater and planetarium. No matter what your age, you’ll find something new to learn -- and amuse you -- on every visit.
601 Light St
Baltimore, MD 21230
This is the city's No. 1 tourist attraction, with over 1.6 million visitors a year. Home to more than 16,000 creatures, the aquarium's most popular attraction is Dolphin Discovery, where visitors can watch dolphin training throughout the day.
501 E Pratt St Baltimore, MD 21202
Located in Camden Yards, this museum profiles Maryland’s prolific sports history. See artifacts and exhibits from Baltimore’s sports legends, from Babe Ruth to Cal Ripken.
301 W Camden St
Baltimore, MD 21201
Established in 1956, this family pastry shop is one of Little Italy’s gems. The old-world desserts are a favorite among locals and tourists alike. Don’t forget to order the cannoli!
222 Albemarle St
Baltimore, MD 21202
This once-private collection of art spans 55 centuries, with works from around the world. Treasures include Greek sculpture, Art Deco jewelry and 19th-century French Impressionist paintings.
600 N Charles St
Baltimore, MD 21201