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Budget Travel

If you’re watching your budget, don’t worry – Baltimore has you covered.

Check out the grounds of historic Fort McHenry, the Baltimore skyline from Federal Hill Park, or Edgar Allan Poe’s grave at Westminster Hall. The Baltimore Museum of Art, Walters Art Museum and Maryland Institute College of Art? All free. Summertime means free outdoor movies in Little Italy, Fell’s Point and Federal Hill. Check out Artscape in July, the nation’s largest free art festival, or totally gratis live music at Inner Harbor’s Power Plant Live! 

Once you’re here, keep in mind that the city’s most popular areas are very walkable. Or you can hop on the Charm City Circulator, Baltimore’s free bus system.

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