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Historical Attractions

From the time that Captain John Smith sailed into Baltimore’s harbor (yes, that Captain John Smith so prominent in America’s early days) to the penning of our National Anthem, the story of the African Americans journey to freedom, the industrial revolution, and waves of immigrants, Baltimore’s story is America’s story.

From Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine and the Star-Spangled Banner Flag House to the Edgar Allan Poe House and Federal Hill, there is so much to explore. Each period in America’s march from a British colony to industrial powerhouse can be discovered along our Belgian-block streets, on our national historical trails and scenic byways, in our tiny row houses, and in our mansions of the gilded-age.

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Brown Memorial Park Avenue Presbyterian Church
Bolton Hill
1316 Park Avenue Baltimore, MD 21217
(410) 523-1542
The Baltimore Streetcar Museum, Inc.
The Baltimore Streetcar Museum, Inc.
Hampden
Historic Sites
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The Baltimore Streetcar Museum, Inc.
Hampden
1901 Falls Road Baltimore, MD 21211
(410) 547-0264
Westminster Hall & Burying Ground
Westminster Hall & Burying Ground
Westside
Historic Sites
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Westminster Hall & Burying Ground
Westside
519 W. Fayette Street Baltimore, MD 21201
(410) 706-2072
Babe Ruth Birthplace Museum
Babe Ruth Birthplace Museum
Camden Yards
History Museums
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Babe Ruth Birthplace Museum
Camden Yards
216 Emory Street Baltimore, MD 21230
(410) 727-1539

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50 Free Things to Do in Baltimore

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Historic Religious Venues & Colleges

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Edgar Allan Poe in Baltimore

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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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