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Inner Harbor picture in Baltimore
Pagoda in Patterson Park picture in Baltimore
Power Plant Live! picture in Baltimore
National Aquarium in Baltimore picture in Baltimore
Camden Yards picture in Baltimore
Washington Monument in Mount Vernon picture in Baltimore
Fort McHenry picture in Baltimore
American Visionary Arts Museum picture in Baltimore
Steamed Crabs picture in Baltimore
Hippodrome Theatre picture in Baltimore
Patterson Park picture in Baltimore
Crack into Baltimore's Beloved Crustaceans picture in Baltimore
The View from Federal Hill picture in Baltimore
Take a Stroll to Harbor East picture in Baltimore
Baltimore Museum of Art picture in Baltimore
Sports Legend Museum at Camden Yards picture in Baltimore
Fell's Point picture in Baltimore
Walters Art Museum picture in Baltimore
Pier 4 picture in Baltimore
USS Constellation picture in Baltimore
Pier 4 picture in Baltimore
Kayaks along the Inner Harbor picture in Baltimore
USS Torsk picture in Baltimore

Heavily visited sites like the National Aquarium, Baltimore Maritime Museum, Power Plant Live! and Maryland Science Center are concentrated at the Inner Harbor. Jon Bilous Shutterstock

Patterson Park sits just east of the Inner Harbor. sneakerdog Flickr

Just off the Inner Harbor in an area called Power Plant Live! is a collection of shops, bars, restaurants and galleries. Tom in NYC Flickr

One of the most popular sites on the harbor, the National Aquarium in Baltimore is home to more than 16,000 animals and a spectacular dolphin show. sneakerdog Flickr

Home of the Baltimore Orioles baseball team, Camden Yards is also open for tours of the dugout and JumboTron areas. Brandon Vincent Shutterstock

Baltimore's Washington Monument actually pre-dates the more famous one in Washington D.C. by about 50 years. sneakerdog Flickr

This star-shaped fort earned its reputation during the War of 1812 when it successfully defended Baltimore Harbor from an attack by the British navy in the Chesapeake Bay. Jon Bilous Shutterstock

To experience Baltimore's quirkier side, head the the American Visionary Arts Museum, which features non-traditional exhibits. sneakerdog Flickr

Maryland is famous for its blue crab, which comes from the Chesapeake Bay. enigmachck1 Flickr

The revitalized Hippodrome Theatre sits just a few blocks north of Camden Yards. ckramer Flickr

Impressive, unobstructed vistas of Baltimore can be found from the iconic Pagoda crowning Hamstead Hill in Patterson Park, Jon Bilous Shutterstock

As you experience all that Baltimore has to offer, you can't skip digging into least one crab legendary crabs topped with Old Bay seasoning. O lympus Shutterstock

Apart from cobbled walks, colorful public markets and charming shops, Federal Hill also offers picturesque vistas of the Inner Harbor and Baltimore's skyscrapers. Marcin Wichary Flickr

Visit Baltimore's evolving Harbor East neighborhood, and you'll find trendy boutiques along with a smatering of spas and upscale restaurants. Jon Bilous Shutterstock

The Baltimore Museum of Art houses an impressive array of paintings from renowned artists like Matisse, Renoir and Andy Warhol. Stephen Spartana Courtesy Baltimore Museum of Art

Before cheering on the beloved Baltimore Orioles, stop by the adjacent Sports Legend Museum. Andrei Medvedev Shutterstock

Once characterized as a shipyard, today Fell's Point features centuries-old buildings rubbing shoulders with upscale apartments and lively pubs. Jon Bilous Shutterstock

The Walters Art Mueum offers an extensive collection of art, spanning from pre-dynastic Egypt to 19th- and 20th-century America and Europe. angela n. Flickr

Along the Inner Harbor, you'll find the Pier 4 building sitting pretty next a larger complex that houses eateries and shops. Joe Ravi Shutterstock

Step back in time aboard the USS Constellation, where visitors can don replica 19th century sailor uniforms. Shutterstock

Along the Inner Harbor, you'll find the Pier 4 building sitting pretty next a larger complex that houses eateries and shops. Joe Ravi Shutterstock

During your trip, you'll have access to a variety of outdoor activities along the water, including kayaking, boating and sailing. Richard Thornton Shutterstock

Climb aboard the USS Torsk, a submarines utilized in World War II best known for sinking three Japanese warships.  Courtesy Historic Ships in Baltimore

Inner Harbor picture in Baltimore
Pagoda in Patterson Park picture in Baltimore
Power Plant Live! picture in Baltimore
National Aquarium in Baltimore picture in Baltimore
Camden Yards picture in Baltimore
Washington Monument in Mount Vernon picture in Baltimore
Fort McHenry picture in Baltimore
American Visionary Arts Museum picture in Baltimore
Steamed Crabs picture in Baltimore
Hippodrome Theatre picture in Baltimore
Patterson Park picture in Baltimore
Crack into Baltimore's Beloved Crustaceans picture in Baltimore
The View from Federal Hill picture in Baltimore
Take a Stroll to Harbor East picture in Baltimore
Baltimore Museum of Art picture in Baltimore
Sports Legend Museum at Camden Yards picture in Baltimore
Fell's Point picture in Baltimore
Walters Art Museum picture in Baltimore
Pier 4 picture in Baltimore
USS Constellation picture in Baltimore
Pier 4 picture in Baltimore
Kayaks along the Inner Harbor picture in Baltimore
USS Torsk picture in Baltimore

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