Group Tour Experiences
Must Sees Baltimore’s World Famous Attractions
Baltimore’s Inner Harbor is the first stop to most visitors to Baltimore. It features shops and restaurants and its home to two of the cities most popular attractions: The National Aquarium and the Maryland Science Center. A short walk from the harbor, the Sports Legends Museum and Camden Yards features displays on Baltimore’s sports history.
On the Horizon…
The year 2011 also marks the 150th commemoration of the American Civil War, and Baltimore is the perfect spot to begin your exploration of Maryland’s fabled Civil War trail. Visit the USS Constellation, the last Civil War-era naval vessel still afloat in the United States. See how Civil War military prisoners lived at Fort McHenry; the war’s first site of bloodshed, and learn how Baltimore’s waterfront location contributed to its significant role in early American warfare.
The War of 1812 was one of the defining moments of our nation. Maryland saw more military actions during the War of 1812 than any other state, and the Battle of Baltimore provided the most lasting and significant legacy. Beginning 2012 and ending 2015, there will be many amazing programs, activities and events for tour groups to enjoy as Baltimore celebrates The War of 1812 Bicentennial. Concluding in an amazing week-long celebration from September 6th - 14th of 2014 when Baltimore presents the Star-Spangled Spectacular! Bring your groups for Tall Ships, The Blue Angels, group-centric entertainment and exclusive packages and more!
Legends and Legacies in Baltimore
Baltimore derives much of its personality, history and culture from the diversity of its people. Culture is art, music and dance; language, tradition and history. It’s what we eat, what we wear and how we live. Culture is an open door, inviting us to learn more about one another and ourselves. In 1729, immigrants began to arrive in Baltimore to build neighborhoods and communities. People of Native American, European, Asian and African descent were among Baltimore’s first residents. By the early 1800s, when slavery was still a legal institution in the United States, African Americans found freedom in Baltimore, forming one of the largest “freed” communities in the country.
The modern face of Baltimore reflects this depth of history. The Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History & Culture, the National Great Blacks in Wax Museum, the Frederick Douglass – Isaac Myers Maritime Park and Museum, the Jewish Museum of Maryland and the Baltimore Museum of Industry are just a sampling of the attractions of
cultural resonance that we are eager to share with you.
Only in Baltimore
Baltimore’s amazing array of attractions and museums is enough to keep any group busy
for weeks, but lately it seems there is even more to see and experience than ever before.
These special exhibitions are a few of the only-in-Baltimore opportunities you’ll find all
around town in the coming months. Plan your trip and get here fast before you miss your
chance to experience these unique exhibits. See more things to do in Baltimore by checking out our Calendar of Events or sign up for the Baltimore BUZZ enewsletter.
Baltimore After Dark
When the sun goes down, Baltimore lights up. Each of our downtown neighborhoods is fragrant with delicious and eclectic dining opportunities.
Our diverse performing arts venues offer everything from major touring
Broadway productions to intimate local theater to Grammy
award-winning symphony, opera and live jazz. There is no crowd we can’t please. Enjoy a friendly jousting duel with your dinner? Visit Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament. Looking for a little drama with your dinner salad? Baltimore’s award-winning Toby’s Dinner Theatre
at the Best Western Hotel & Conference Center is the perfect spot. If you thought you were
having fun by day, you’ll find that nighttime in Baltimore offers your group even more
opportunities to experience the finest in performing arts, culture, dining and just plain fun.
The only thing easier than getting to Baltimore is getting around the city during your stay here. The majority of our staggering array of national hotel brands are located just a few steps from
all of the action, so your group can navigate Baltimore with ease and confidence. Baltimore’s city streets are straightforward and inviting, following a simple grid pattern throughout downtown. We offer group tours convenient downtown motorcoach parking in close proximity to the places you’ll want to see most. Since we know you’ll be eager to see all that you can during your stay, guided services and tour options abound.
Explore by land or by sea with guided walking tours, motorcoach tour guides and trolley tours, and water taxis, chartered day sails and Baltimore's free downtown shuttle, the Charm City Circulator. We can even show you around aboard a pirate ship!
Set Sail from the Port of Baltimore
Baltimore’s freshly renovated, convenient cruise terminal is reveling in a sharp spike in the number of departures from the Port of Baltimore to various ports-of-call in Canada, New England, the Bahamas and the Caribbean. Carnival, American and Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines offer more than 80 cruises from the Port of Baltimore Cruise Terminal throughout our 365 day cruise season. We encourage you to explore the exciting possibility of linking your group’s cruise plans with a few days of relaxing exploration in Baltimore on either end of your trip. The Port of Baltimore Cruise Terminal is located just minutes from downtown immediately off of I-95, making it easy to enjoy all that Baltimore has to offer while secure in the knowledge that you will arrive at the port on time and ready for your cruise.
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Plan your trip!
- The Original Fell’s Point GhostWalk March 1, 2014 - November 29, 2014 | 7:00pm - 9:00pm
- In Full Glory Reflected: Maryland during the War of 1812 June 10, 2012 - December 31, 2014 | All Day
- Human, Soul & Machine: The Coming Singularity! October 5, 2013 - August 31, 2014 | All Day
- Divided Voices: Maryland in the Civil War April 16, 2011 - December 31, 2015 | All Day
- A Very Visionary Star-Spangled Sidewalk July 1, 2013 - September 1, 2014 | All Day