Baltimore Travel Guide

Anthony visits the Abacrombie Inn, once an award-winning bed and breakfast in historic Baltimore. Unfortunately, the inn has been run down by its new owners. Can Anthony save a hotel that’s rife with spoiled ...

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Baltimore Symphony Orchestra

Visitors and locals flock to the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra for a chance to see and hear some of the world’s top musicians. Centrally located in Baltimore’s Mount Vernon District, the orchestra offers nightly performances.

1212 Cathedral St
Baltimore, MD 21201

 
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Federal Hill Park

Federal Hill Park was once used for a lookout during the Civil War and War of 1812. Now, it’s a great place to get a full view of Baltimore’s cityscape, including part of the Inner Harbor.

300 Warren Ave
Baltimore, MD 21230

 
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Fell's Point

Established in 1730, Fell’s Point is Baltimore’s oldest city. What was once a place for shipbuilding and manufacturing is now a beautiful waterfront neighborhood comprised of local shops, restaurants and great nightlife.

Fell Street
Baltimore, MD

 
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Inner Harbor

Baltimore’s Inner Harbor is a section of the city that’s been attracting tourists since the 1970s. The Inner Harbor is surrounded by numerous Baltimore neighborhoods, and is filled with restaurants, shopping, history and culture.

Inner Harbor
Baltimore, MD

 
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Maryland Science Center

Located at the Inner Harbor, the Maryland Science Center is 3 floors of interactive family-friendly exhibits. Named one of Parents>/i> magazine’s top science museums, take time to enjoy IMAX movies, planetarium shows, and much more.

601 Light St
Baltimore, MD 21230

 
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National Aquarium of Baltimore

With more than 11,000 aquatic animals, it will be hard to leave the National Aquarium of Baltimore. Visit the 4D-Immersion Theatre, then learn how to train dolphins like the professionals.

501 E Pratt St
Baltimore, MD 21202

 

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