Baltimore offers a variety of attractions that are sure to please every taste. For example, the National Aquarium in Baltimore is located at the Inner Harbor and provides a unique look into marine life by offering several floors of exhibits, feedings, and a dolphin show. Across the harbor is the Maryland Science Center which offers hands-on learning experiences and a variety of displays.

Port Discovery

The “Kid-Powered Museum,” is a great place for children to release some of their energy and learn at the same time. A three-story climbing area is surrounded by ever-changing exhibits that kids are sure to enjoy.

PowerPlant Live and Fell’s Point

PowerPlant Live and Fell’s Point both offer a variety of restaurants and bars. PowerPlant Live is a recent addition to Baltimore and has dance clubs, a piano bar, and a comedy club. During the day, you can find great food at the numerous restaurants in the complex. In contrast to the bright lights, Fell’s Point is a historic neighborhood in Baltimore city. It offers smaller pubs, artisan shops, and great seafood restaurants.

Summer in Baltimore wouldn’t be complete without a baseball game. Camden Yards, home of the Baltimore Orioles, is a family-friendly ballpark which offers snacks, drinks, and souvenirs for fans to enjoy during games. Visitors can also schedule tours of the stadium and see the press room and dugout among other interesting sights.

The Inner Harbor, The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore, Mount Vernon, and Federal Hill are also top tourist attractions in Baltimore. See the more detailed descriptions of these exciting sights.

1. National Aquarium in Baltimore
501 E. Pratt Street
Baltimore, MD 21202

2. Maryland Science Center
601 Light Street
Baltimore, MD 21202

3. Camden Yards – Home of the Baltimore Orioles baseball team
333 West Camden Street
Baltimore, MD 21201

4. PowerPlant Live
601 E. Pratt Street
Baltimore, MD 21202

5. Port Discovery
35 Market Place
Baltimore, MD 21202

6. Fell’s Point
Neighborhood of Baltimore
Follow Pratt Street through Little Italy from the Inner Harbor

7. Inner Harbor
Along Pratt and Light Streets
Baltimore, MD 21202

8. Federal Hill 
Neighborhood of Baltimore
Follow Light Street past the Science Center

9. Mount Vernon
Neighborhood of Baltimore
Follow Charles Street North through Baltimore

10. The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore
Druid Hill Park
978-999 Druid Park Lake Dr.
Baltimore, MD 21217