Kids, parents and grandparents alike will have a blast enjoying these activities together.

Locate Attractions From This Itinerary

Miss Shirley's 
A hearty breakfast at Miss Shirley's (locations at the Inner Harbor and Roland Park) is fuel for a big day of adventure. Try rich dishes like crab cake and fried green tomato eggs benedict or coconut cream stuffed French toast.
National Aquarium 
Get up close and personal with thousands of species such as jellyfish at Living Seashore’s touch pools, tiger salamanders during Critter Chats, or bottlenose dolphins while watching a 4D immersion film.
Maryland Science Center 
This hands-on museum is perfect for exploring everything from dinosaurs to human anatomy. Check the schedule of The Shed for hands-on events and classes that teach DIY skills through design.
Oriole Park at Camden Yards 
You may not be able to catch an Orioles game until Opening Day on April 4, but you can go behind-the-scenes at the most beautiful ballpark in baseball year-round. Nearby, learn more about one of Baltimore's most famous Oriole at the Babe Ruth Birthplace and Museum.
Carrie Murray Nature Center 
Located within Gwynns Falls/Leakin Park, this nature center—which is dedicated to baseball legend Eddie Murray's mother—educates visitors about the park’s creatures.
Lebanese Taverna 
The kids’ menu at this Mediterranean restaurant isn’t restricted to standard kid fare like chicken fingers. Instead, find cuisine specialties like hummus, falafel and chicken shawarma. Kids also receive crayons and menus loaded with puzzles.
Kimpton Hotel Monaco Baltimore 
Rest your head in this historic hotel, a 1906 Beaux-Arts building once home to the B&O Railroad Headquarters. The soaring marble staircases, crystal chandeliers, and Tiffany stained glass windows will dazzle you, and kids will love the in-room bunk beds and video games.