Baltimore is the largest city in Maryland and is best known for its amazing Inner Harbor. However, there are plenty of other places to explore in addition to its impressive waterfront. Here are some of the top places to visit in Baltimore, Maryland.
This spectacular aquarium has an amphitheater in addition to multiple sections on the property that houses over 20,000 sea creatures. There are a number of intriguing exhibits, including the Living Seashore, that contains two touch pools that gives you the chance to pet stingrays and horseshoe crabs, along with the Blacktip Reef, featuring 3,000 manmade coral pieces, blacktip reef sharks and a 500 pound green sea turtle.
This is one of the oldest seaports in the country and features many al fresco dining establishments and upscale boutiques along with plenty of historical architecture. There are also cruises available to take in the most notable attractions in the area. You can also check out the harbor by just wandering down the promenade, or rent a paddle boat.
Mount Vernon Place
This attraction has been designated as a National Historic Landmark and is home to Mount Vernon Methodist Church, which is a gothic-style building founded in 1872. There are a number of notable cultural destinations in the district, which include the Peabody Library, Walters Art Museum and Garrett Jacobs Mansion.
Little Italy is located east of Inner Harbor. It is mainly known for its amazing selection of Italian bakeries and restaurants. It also hosts many ethnic events and cultural festivals throughout the year that are attended by thousands of people.
Oriole Park at Camden Yards
Take in a baseball game at Camden Yard, which is considered to be one of Major League Baseball’s best stadium. It features an accessible location, throwback atmosphere and plenty of tasty concessions, for a truly all-American experience.