Baltimore Points of Interest and Places to Visit


Baltimore Inner Harbor

4.5 star rating: Recommended 34 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

Baltimore’s focus for visitors is the revitalized, pedestrian-friendly Inner Harbor, with its waterfront promenade and surrounding central business district. On the water is Baltimore’s gleaming ...  Read more

B&O Railroad Museum

History buffs and train lovers won’t want to miss a visit to Baltimore’s B&O Railroad Museum, the world’s biggest museum devoted to locomotives. There are historic trains galore at the ...  Read more

Edgar Allen Poe House & Grave

For literature fans, entering the little rowhouse preserved as the Edgar Allen Poe House and Museum is a thrilling experience. The famous author lived in the 5-room house in the 1830s, and a ...  Read more

Fell's Point & Canton

Cobbled streets and a waterfront setting make Fell’s Point and Canton must-see locations in Baltimore. Fell’s Point’s focus is Market Square, its 18th-century buildings now home to boutiques and ...  Read more

Fort McHenry National Monument & Historic Shrine

Critical events changed the course of history at Fort McHenry in Baltimore, where soldiers successfully saved the city from British attack in 1812. Inspired by the sight of the American flag waving ...  Read more

Hard Rock Cafe Baltimore

3 star rating: Worth doing 1 Rating | Tours & Tickets

Offering sweeping views of the Inner Harbor, the Hard Rock Café Baltimore is one of the city’s most historic and popular places for dining on the water. Though the restaurant itself was only ...  Read more

Maryland Science Center

2 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better 1 Rating | Tours & Tickets

One of the oldest scientific institutions in the US, the Maryland Science Center has been attracting visitors of all ages since 1976. Also known as the MSC, the site features three floors of ...  Read more

Babe Ruth Birthplace & Museum

Baseball fans won’t want to miss a visit to the birthplace of George Herman ‘Babe’ Ruth in Baltimore. The well-preserved, humble rowhouse includes the upstairs bedroom where the famous baseball ...  Read more

Baltimore Little Italy

Tours & Tickets

This cozy neighborhood is located in downtown Baltimore in between the Inner Harbor and historic Fells Point. Millions of people visit Little Italy every year, and when they come, they eat well. ...  Read more

Federal Hill

Its prime location makes Baltimore’s Federal Hill a popular spot for visitors. Located just south of Inner Harbor, a large selection of the city’s attractions is within walking distance. Park your ...  Read more

Medieval Times Baltimore

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Serfs, wenches, knights, horses, lances, swords, and falcons - they’re all a part of an action­ packed outing to Medieval Times in Baltimore. Leave the modern city behind as you travel to the 11th ...  Read more

National Aquarium

Baltimore’s National Aquarium is the star of the Inner Harbor, home to 16,500 creatures and more than 660 species. There are slithering reptiles, a giant octopus and of course, all kinds of fish from ...  Read more

Patterson Park

Patterson Park covers more than 130 acres in Southeast Baltimore and offers a multitude of recreational activities for locals and visitors. The park’s icon, the Pagoda, was designed in 1890, and ...  Read more

Star-Spangled Banner Flag House

Travel back in time to the early 1800s at the home and work place of Mary Pickersgill. It’s here that Pickersgill sewed the flag that inspired Francis Scott Key's poem that later became the national ...  Read more

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