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Baltimore's Attractions
Baltimore's Attractions

Ogle sports memorabilia at the Sports Legend Museum

Visit a real submarine, frigate, lightship, cutter and a 7 foot lighthouse at the Baltimore Maritime Museum

Bug out at the Insect Zoo

Take a tour of the grounds where the Star Spangled Banner was written at Fort McHenry

Join the mobs at the Fells Point Fun Festival

Go nuts for science at the Maryland Science Center

Monkey around at the Maryland Zoo and Children's Zoo.

Swim with the sharks and stare at the giant octopus at the National Aquarium

Catch a game or take a tour at Oriole Park

Relive the Industrial Revolution at the Baltimore Museum of Industry

Spend an afternoon shopping at the Gallery Mall in Inner Harbor

Check out the Inner Harbor Historic Ships including the last surviving Pearl Harbor Ship

Take your youngsters to the Port Discovery Children's Museum for interactive fun

Enjoy an authentic Italian meal in Little Italy

View the art exhibits at the Baltimore Museum of Art

Go back in history and enjoy artwork from around the world at Walter's Art Gallery

Looking for more?
Head over to the Baltimore Visitor Center to learn more about other tours & attractions!

Dining in Baltimore

Charleston - Prix fixe menu between 3-6 courses. (Elegant, upscale)

Phillips Seafood - Maryland’s Crab shack with a non-fish lover variety. (Casual)

Bo Brooks - Old school Crab House with options for all seafood lovers. (Casual)

Rusty Scupper - Ocean front seafood with live music. (Casual)

Oceanaire - Wide variety of seafood and steak. (Casual)

Roy’s - Hawaiian fusion cuisine. (Upscale)

Flemings - Steakhouse & Wine bar, entrees for any appetite. (Upscale)

Ouzo Bay - Famous Greek cuisine including seafood, lamb, pork, chicken and steak. (Upscale)

Mezze - Baltimore’s Greek-inspired Mediterranean tapas. (Casual)

Tio Pepe’s - Fine authentic Spanish cuisine. (Casual)

Looking for more?
Check out Open Table for all of the restaurants in the Inner Harbor, Baltimore just around the corner from the Hyatt Regency.