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Locust Point

As you continue on your way out to Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine, you'll pass through Locust Point, a charming peninsular neighborhood. Since 1868, when the first immigration station opened in Locust Point, immigration has been an important part of its history. The neighborhood once served as the center of Baltimore's Polish American, Irish American and Italian American communities. Stroll through on your way to Fort McHenry, or take a trip there to see the Baltimore Museum of Industry.

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Explore Locust Point

Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine

Whether you're an armchair historian or planning a school trip, Fort McHenry is a must-see historical site when visiting Baltimore.…

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A Taste of Baltimore Restaurants

Baltimore has long been known for its Chesapeake inspired mouth-watering cuisine, but in recent years, Baltimore’s culinary scene has emerged as a leader in new dining trends along with five-star …

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Discovering Fort McHenry National Monument & Historical Shrine

With special events, activities for kids, and much more, no visit to Baltimore is complete without a trip to Fort McHenry.…

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