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Baltimore Sightseeing & Attractions

Make sure you see the highlights of Baltimore while you are in town! The city offers many different sightseeing destinations, activities and experiences. Below is information about various attractions and activities. Please note: meeting attendees that wish to participate in these activities must do so independently.

View the official Visit Baltimore Guide and visit the BPS 2015 Visit Baltimore website

American Visionary Art Museum
This national museum and education center for outstanding original works of art created by intuitive, self-taught artists is located on a 1.1 acre wonderland campus featuring three historic renovated industrial buildings, sculpture gardens, a museum store and restaurant.

 








Babe Ruth Birthplace Museum

A National Historic Site, this museum is the birthplace of Babe Ruth; see rare artifacts, photos, videos and more; located two blocks from Camden Yards.

Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Museum
This site is home to the most comprehensive collection of 18th and 19th century railroad artifacts and America’s first mile of commercial railroad track.



National Aquarium, Baltimore 

Stunning exhibits and more than 11,000 aquatic animals, plus the  widely lauded exhibit, Animal Planet Australia, make this Inner Harbor  destination Baltimore's most popular attraction. Express entry is available when you purchase tickets online at www.aqua.org.


Baltimore Ghost Tours

Baltimore Ghost Tours provide award-winning haunted walking tours of Fell's Point and Mount Vernon. Certified Authentic Baltimore tours. Evening and day tours, Haunted Pub Walks, and Ghost Talk where we come to you. Group tours available.


 

Historic Ships in Baltimore
Historic Ships In Baltimore - Four ships and a lighthouse that are
 all National Historic Landmarks – USS Constellation, USS Torsk,
 USCGC Taney, Lightship 116 Chesapeake and Seven Foot Knoll
 Lighthouse. Enjoy “hands-on encounters with history,” demonstrations, activities, and tours. Open daily.

Maryland Science Center
Located at Baltimore's Inner Harbor, the Science Center has three levels of hands-on exhibits waiting to be explored. Save time for an IMAX film, Planetarium show, or catch some live science on the Demo Stage


The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore
Baltimore's wildest attraction! The zoo is home to more than 2,000 exotic mammals, birds and reptiles in a wooded, 180-acre setting. Free parking.

Oriole Park at Camden Yards
The Orioles play an 81-home game Major League Baseball schedule from April through September.
 Ballpark tours are available year-round. For tour and ticket information, call 888-848-BIRD or visit the Web site at www.orioles.com.
 
 

Port Discovery Children's Museum
Port Discovery, the Children's Museum in Baltimore offers three floors of educational and interactive exhibits, programs and activities for children ages birth to 10 years old. Ranked among the top five children's museum in the United States (Child Magazine, Feb 2002)!


Top of the World Observation Tower

A spectacular and unforgettable view of Baltimore awaits you from the top of the world’s tallest pentagonal building. New exhibits about local landmarks, famous people and “firsts” and historic events will engage and inspire you to explore more of Charm City!


For more Baltimore attractions please visit www.VisitBaltimore.org.