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Attractions

Baltimore’s Inner Harbor is an attraction in itself. But, surrounding this urban waterfront park, you’ll discover a number of family-friendly places to visit. The National Aquarium features more than 16,000 animals, from sharks to a giant sea turtle, while the Maryland Science Center’s highlights include two-story dinosaurs and interactive exhibits to keep the kids busy. The Port Discovery Children’s Museum features more activities for the little ones, and, a short ride away, the Maryland Zoo in Baltimore’s Druid Hill Park engages young and young at heart with the giraffe-feeding station and much more. And, if it’s the unexpected you seek, you’ll be talking about the oddities in Ripley’s Believe or Not! for weeks!

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Homewood Museum
Homewood Museum
Charles Village/Homewood
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Homewood Museum
Charles Village/Homewood
3400 N. Charles St. Baltimore, MD 21218
(410) 516-5589
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Howard Peters Rawlings Conservatory & Botanic Gardens
West - Less than 10 miles
3100 Swann Drive Baltimore, MD 21217
(410) 396-0008
Charm City Food Tours
Charm City Food Tours
South - 20+ miles
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Charm City Food Tours
South - 20+ miles
Fell's Point, Little Italy, Mt. Vernon & Federal Hill Alexandria, VA 22314
(202) 683-8847

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