Baltimore, MD, USA
A city of neighborhoods located on the water with rich history and many options for entertainment.
Top 5 Must See Places to Visit
- One of the most popular Baltimore attractions.
- Home to shopping, dining and views of the city along the water.
View from Fed Hill
- Overlooks the inner harbor and downtown Baltimore.
- Perfect picture opportunity.
- Best time to visit – sunset, so you can take in the beauty of the sites in the light and lit up from the city lights.
- Baltimore cutest neighborhood along the water.
- Perfect for a night out on the town.
- Get a snowball at the stand in the center of the square.
- Grab the best burgers in town at Abbey Burger Bistro.
- Enjoy drinks on your own personal bar crawl through the square. Do not forget to stop at The Horse You Came In On Saloon, Maryland’s only bar to operate before, during and after Prohibition as it was founded in 1775 and is rumored to be one of Edgar Allan Poe’s favorite bars!
Oriole Park at Camden Yards
- One of the best ballparks in baseball, Camden Yards helped change how newer ballparks were constructed.
- With it’s iconic warehouse in right field and it’s views of the city, do not miss the opportunity to visit one of the most beautiful baseball parks.
- Do not forget to check out Eutaw Street filled with home run Medallions. With over 138,000 plate appearances there have only ever been 88 homer us that hit Eutaw Street including a home run by Ken Griffey Jr. during the 1993 Home Run Derby that hit the warehouse! Eutaw Street is also home to the famous Boog’s BBQ where you can grab great ballpark food and sometimes even catch Boog Powell, Former Orioles First Baseman, himself at the stand!
- To get a real taste of what it is like to be a “Bawlmer” native, check out the neighborhood of Hampden.
- Home of HonFest, this neighborhood is filled with trendy shops and restaurants that will show you what being a Baltimorean is all about!
- Visiting around Christmas? Be sure to check out 34th Street for the “Miracle on 34th Street” where homeowners on this street fill their houses with decorations and lights!
If You Have Time
- Babe Ruth Birthplace Museum – 216 Emory St, Baltimore, MD
- Edgar Allen Poe Grave Site – 515 W Fayetteville St, Baltimore, MD
- National Aquarium – 501 E Pratt St, Baltimore, MD
- Fort McHenry National Monument – 2400 E Fort Ave, Baltimore, MD
- The Walters Art Museum – 600 N Charles St, Baltimore, MD
- Peabody Library – 17 E Mount Vernon Pl, Baltimore, MD
- Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Museum – 901 W Pratt St, Baltimore, MD
Places to Stay
- This beautiful luxury hotel overlooks the Inner Harbor.
- Conveniently located in the Harbor East neighborhood, it is a short walk to the Inner Harbor and Little Italy and a quick Uber/Lyft ride to Fed Hill and Fells Point.
- This is for those looking for a true luxury experience. Visiting baseball and football teams will stay here. The customer service is top notch. The lobby is filled with bright beautiful classic decor and flowers. The hotel features and outdoor pool that overlooks the harbor. The gym facilities are perfect for those who like to work out.
- If you are a runner, opt for a run around the surrounding harbor and neighborhoods, you will not be disappointed! You can always head up to the gym afterwards for a water or Gatorade.
- Perfectly located on Pratt Street, this hotel overlooks the Inner Harbor.
- Ask for a view of the Inner Harbor at check-in.
- Convenient in heading to an Orioles game as it sits a couple blocks away.
- Located on Pratt Street, this hotel is convenient to Oriole Park at Camden Yards and M&T Bank Stadium.
- Be sure to ask for a Camden Yards view at check in as the hotel overlooks the ballpark.
- For a quick walk to the Inner Harbor from this hotel, just walk straight on Pratt Street.
- Also within walking distance of the Babe Ruth Birthplace Museum, Edgar Allan Poe’s Grave Site and the Sports Legends Museum.
Where To Eat
- Make a reservation.
- One of the best places I’ve ever ate in my life.
- Best burgers in town.