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Keeping Busy in Baltimore

Explore the Port City of Baltimore

Baltimore is a bustling city filled with arts, culture, sports and more thanks to its urban renewal. There are plenty of attractions to see and things to do when visiting the City of Neighborhoods. 

1. Oriole Park at Camden Yards

Get swept up in the sports spirit with a trip to Oriole Park at Camden Yards. Families and friends can grab some tickets to the next Baltimore Orioles game to see baseball from a whole new perspective. Enjoy the charm of the ballpark from club level suites, the press level, and even the Orioles dugout. Want more baseball? Check out Babe Ruth - Sports Legend Museum.

2. Baltimore Inner Harbor

As the most visited place in the city, this major U.S. seaport has been around since the 1700's. With a healthy dose of sun and sea, Baltimore Inner Harbor offers the perfect balance of shopping, sightseeing and fun. Within the Inner Harbor, explore one of the world’s best aquariums - The National Aquarium, full of family fun and interactive activities for everyone.

3. Fort McHenry

The star-shaped fort was the inspiration for Frances Scott Key’s "The Star Spangled Banner." Open year-round, guests are invited to give themselves a self-guided tour around Fort McHenry National Monument which was the site of the historical Battle of Baltimore that took place in September of 1814. 

4. Ruth's Chris Steak House

Ruth’s Chris Steak House is one of the best steak houses in Baltimore, MD. Boasting, “the greatest steak you’ve ever eaten,” Ruth’s never fails to disappoint their customers with world-class cuts of beef. Served in a casual and laid back atmosphere full of fun, the staff at Ruth's wants you to enjoy the experience as well as your steak.


Pennsylvania: Philadelphia

Other States: Maryland Pennsylvania Washington DC

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