Inner Harbor Attractions
Baltimore's Water Taxi is more about the journey than the destination. Traveling from popular attractions like Harborplace or Fort McHenry to waterfront neighborhoods like Fells Point or Canton is not necessarily faster but it's more fun.
I hate showing up at a place only to find that it's closed on Monday! But when a holiday is on a Monday, it's sometimes hard to predict what might be open or closed, especially when it comes to Baltimore's museums and attractions.
Baltimore's historic ships--everything fom Civil War-era tall ship to a World War II sub--all have a story to tell. Most are floating museums that are open to the public.
Located near Baltimore's Inner Harbor, Oriole Park at Camden Yards is one of Major League Baseball's finest ballparks.
Rated one of the country's top kids' museums, this Inner Harbor-area attraction offers hours of fun for little ones.
American Visionary Art Museum (AVAM) is a unique Baltimore attraction. The museum is dedicated to the work of self-taught artists.
The East Coast's largest museum dedicated to African-American history and culture is a short walk from the Inner Harbor.
Anyone who thinks that cartoon characters are strictly kid stuff has never been to the Geppi Entertainment Museum near the Inner Harbor, where you'll find just about any character from childhood including Superman, Batman, Charlie Chaplin, Hans Solo and many more. About.com's Guide to Collectibles profiles the museum.
Walk in the footsteps of dinosaurs or check out an IMAX show at this Inner Harbor attraction.
The last all-sail ship of the U.S. Navy now rests in Baltimore's Inner Harbor and is open as a museum.
Step back into the early days of a port city. Learn about all the industries Baltimore was built on.
Four separate sites in the Inner Harbor -- a lighthouse and three historic ships -- make up this museum. Tickets can be purchased at a kiosk near the Baltimore Aquarium or at the U.S.S. Constellation.
Come see the Baltimore's version of the House That Ruth Built. OK, it's actually just the house where he was born, but it's now a shrine to the baseball legend.