Inner Harbor Attractions

Baltimore's Inner Harbor is a hub of activity. In just a few city blocks, you can unearth dinosaurs at the Maryland Science Center, get a history lesson at the Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History & Culture, pay respects to pop culture at Geppi's Entertainment Museum, or submerge yourself in exotic sealife at the National Aquarium. Other attractions include the American Visionary Art Museum, the Babe Ruth Museum, and the Port Discovery Children's Museum.

Think you’re done? Not even close! Baltimore’s Inner Harbor has loads of restaurants, pubs, hotels and shops, many of them at the popular Harborplace shopping and entertainment center. The Water Taxi will take you from the harbor to surrounding neighborhoods, and the free Charm City Circulator provides daily bus service through several downtown routes.

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The Charm City Circulator
The Charm City Circulator
Inner Harbor/City Center
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The Charm City Circulator
Inner Harbor/City Center
417 E. Fayette St. Baltimore, MD 21202
(410) 350-0456
The Gallery
The Gallery
Inner Harbor
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The Gallery
Inner Harbor
200 E. Pratt St. Baltimore, MD 21202
(410) 332-4192
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Historic Ships in Baltimore
Inner Harbor
Pier 1, 301 E. Pratt St. Baltimore, MD 21202
(410) 539-1797
National Aquarium
National Aquarium
Inner Harbor
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National Aquarium
Inner Harbor
501 E. Pratt St. Baltimore, MD 21202
(410) 576-3869

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Maryland Science Center

Serving more than half a million visitors per year, the Maryland Science Center is one of the Inner Harbor's main attractions.…

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Casual for a Cause

National Tourism Week is an annual salute to the power of tourism – a $9.4 Billion industry for Baltimore that employs 82,000 of our friends, family and neighbors…

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Getting Around on the Charm City Circulator

It can be difficult navigating unknown territory, and when you’re visiting a new city, you want to be able to enjoy the sights, not worry about how to get to them.…

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"Living Seashore" at the National Aquarium

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