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One of America's oldest seaports dating from the 1600s is today an important landmark and popular tourist destination. Park your car and follow the brick promenade through this bustling complex of eateries, stores, museums, entertainment and...more
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This is probably what most tourists head for when visiting Baltimore. It is pretty in the main but there are a couple of channels between docks that tend to get a bit trashy. Several hotels offer views. This is a working harbor for taxi boats,...More
The aquarium, science museum, boat rides, shops and restaurants is what you find on the harbor. Camden Yards is a short walk away. There is also a park and fountains. You can spend a lot of money or enjoy the park and bring your own...More
There are so many things to see & do that you may need a couple days to get it all done. The "National Aquarium" is outstanding and a visit to the "Restored Historic Ships" is great. There is a Sailing Sloop of War, a Coast...More
The inner harbor is very nice first thing in the am. Plenty of people exercising walking running even a workout class going on. My problem is after about 5 it gets a lot of youthful kids run around who use foul language.
We spend the afternoon on the harbor after visiting Johns Hopkins University. Many eateries and activities, perfect for families. They offer museums, aquarium, diner/lunch cruises, pirate adventure cruises, paddle boats, and shopping along with a great selection of franchised eateries as well as some local...More
The Inner Harbor has come a long, long way! It is loaded with shops and restaurants and has many attractions also. There are multiple restaurants with harbor views and plenty of shops to browse if you are in the mood for window shopping. It is...More
Inner Harbor is fun. you see Ft. Henry, walk around the grounds, see the barracks, marvel at the size of the cannons. Hungry? Plenty of places to eat in the harbor itself or take a short boat ride to Fells Point and go bar hopping....More
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Inner Harbour is great! You can visit the National aquarium, there are several old sailing ships and a submarine you can pay a small fee to tour, there are water taxis, Fort McHenry, a Hardrock cafe and a fun place called... More
Inner Harbour is great! You can visit the National aquarium, there are several old sailing ships and a submarine you can pay a small fee to tour, there are water taxis, Fort McHenry, a Hardrock cafe and a fun place called Discovery Zone that has a 4 story rope ladder that can be used to get to all 4 floors!