Sports Spots in Baltimore
Explore top restaurants, activities & accommodations in Baltimore.
By: Ben Breslerman
Where to Stay
Speaking of football, the Hilton Baltimore is just a 15-minute walk to M&T Bank Stadium, home to those Baltimore Ravens. The pet-friendly hotel features a heated indoor lap pool and fitness center, as well as the casual yet upscale Diamond Tavern. If you're looking to really class it up, though, no place will suit you better than the Four Seasons Baltimore. Located in the high-end neighborhood of Harbor East, this soaring glass tower offers impeccable water views of the Inner Harbor, as well as world-class customer service.
Where to Eat and Drink
Last but not least, an adventure in Baltimore wouldn't be complete without a trip to Little Italy. Amiccis on South High Street — a casual Italian restaurant, evident by its family-friendly atmosphere and old-timey movie poster decorations — is known for simple meals in massive portions.
What to Do
Next, head to Camden Station at Camden Yards, where Geppi's Entertainment Museum chronicles the history of pop culture in America. The privately owned museum features everything from the British rock revolution of the 1960s to the meteoric rise of multimedia in today's age. More family fun awaits at the National Aquarium in Baltimore's historic Inner Harbor. Children and adults alike can enjoy popular animal experiences such as Dolphin Discovery and Shark Alley. And don't forget to stop by the 1-year-old Blacktip Reef exhibit to say hi to Calypso, a rescued green sea turtle. He may be missing a fin, but he sure isn't missing his appetite, weighing in at a modest 500 pounds.
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