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National Aquarium
501 E Pratt Street • Inner Harbor
Iconic landmark offering marine-life exhibits, a dolphin show, shark tank & walk-through rainforest

 Fort McHenry
2400 E Fort Avenue • Locust Point
Fort whose War of 1812 victory inspired “The Star-Spangled Banner”

Orioles Park at Camden Yards
333 W Camden Street • Downtown
Retro design meets modern eats at this stadium where MLB’s iconic Baltimore Orioles take the bases

Maryland Science Center
601 Light Street • Inner Harbor
Interactive exhibits at this museum featuring an IMAX theater, planetarium & rooftop observatory

American Visionary Arts Museum
800 Key Highway • Federal Hill
Small museum with unusual rotating exhibits by self-taught artists, 2 sculpture plazas & a garden

Port Discovery Children’s Museum
35 Market Place • Downtown
Kid-powered museum with three floors of exhibits, many designed by Walt Disney Company Imagineers

The Walters Art Museum
600 N Charles Street • Mount Vernon
Historic 3-building gallery with paintings & artifacts from the past 55 centuries plus films & more


 Downtown/Inner Harbor
B&O American Brasserie, Pratt Street Alehouse, Luna Del Sea, Kona Grill, The Capital Grille

 Federal Hill
Ryleighs Oyster, Metropolitan Coffeehouse & Wine Bar, Blue Moon Too, Abbey Burger Bistro, The Rowhouse Grille, Bluegrass, Bookmakers Cocktail Club, Wayward

Harbor East
Wit & Wisdom, Dinosaur BBQ, RA Sushi, Ten Ten American Bistro, La Scala Ristorante Italiano, Chiapparelli’s

Fells Point
Waterfront Hotel, Riptide By The Bay, Barcocina, Diablo Donuts, Bond Street Social, Max’s Taphouse, Woody’s Cantina, The Rockwell

Mount Vernon
The Brewer’s Art, HomeSlyce, Mount Vernon Marketplace, City Cafe, The Elephant, Aloha Sushi, Owl Bar, The 13th Floor


Inner Harbor
The Gallery • Gap, Forever 21, Aldo, Victoria’s Secret, and more
Harborplace • Urban Outfitters, H&M, and more

Harbor East
Located east of the Inner Harbor on the waterfront
Under Armour, J.Crew, Anthropologie, Free People, Lululemon, Brooks Brothers, and more

Fells Point
Waterfront dining, cobblestone streets, and countless unique shops


Federal Hill Park 
300 Warren Avenue • Federal Hill/Inner Harbor
Serving as a defensive stronghold during the War of 1812 and the Civil War, Federal Hill Park offers one of the most iconic views of the Inner Harbor

Washington Monument
699 Washington Place • Mount Vernon
Climb the 227 steps to the top of the first major monument to honor George Washington (sorry D.C.)

The 13th Floor
1 E Chase Street • Mount Vernon
Elegant, retro bar at the top of the Belvedere Hotel offering views of the city & live dance music

Waterfront Promenade
Paved walkway that hugs nearly seven miles of the waterline of the Inner Harbor from Fort McHenry to the Canton Waterfront Park


Water Taxi
Avoid traffic and jet across the harbor on a boat

Charm City Circulator
Free bus system to local neighborhoods and attractions

Uber, Lyft, Taxi
Cars for hire to safely transport you from bar to bar