Fell's PointAttractions » Parks & NatureFell StreetFellï¿½s Point in Baltimore Maryland is a residential neighborhood that is rich in history and modern culture. Fellï¿½s point was founded in 1730 by Englishman, William Fell. It is an area that is rich in history and is accessible from Baltimoreï¿½s inner harbor by both car and by water taxi. The area has many hip restaurants and bars that draw in many visitors to their cobblestone streets. Today, Fellï¿½s Point is an upscale business area with one of a kind shops and boutiques. The Fellï¿½s point area is host to many different annual events including Antiques and Collectibles shows and historical re-enactments. Most of the events are free of charge and are great for families. If parts of Fellï¿½s point look familiar to you, it may be because the area was featured in the television series ï¿½Homicide-Life on the Streetï¿½ and in Barry Levinsonï¿½s hit film ï¿½Dinerï¿½.
Inner HarborAttractions » Cruises, Sailing & Water ToursThe Inner Harbor in Baltimore Maryland is the center of tourist activity in Baltimore. There are many restaurants ranging from fine dining to casual eateries. It is only a 10-15 minute walk from M&T Bank Stadium and Camden Yards as well. The Inner Harbor features the National Aquarium, which is a great place for adults and children alike to learn about animals. There is also the Science Center, which features many hands-on learning activities for all age groups. If you want to enjoy the weather, there are paddle boats to ride on or you can go for a ride on a boat around the harbor. The Inner Harbor also features a variety of free entertainment as well. This ranges from musical acts performing by the water to dramatic readings and even magic acts. For those that wish to shop, there are clothing, toy and food shops throughout the Inner Harbor.
National Aquarium, BaltimoreAttractions » Zoos & Aquariums501 E Pratt St, 21202View siteThe National Aquarium in Baltimore, MD is located at 501 East Pratt Street Baltimore, MD. the aquarium is open Monday-Thursday 10am to 4pm, Friday 10am to 8pm, and Saturday, Sunday 10am to 5pm. The admission to the aquarium is always free for members. The cost for full membership for an individual is $74. A couple membership is $109, and a family membership is $159. The admission for adults are $29.95, children ages 3 to 11 $20.95, and seniors ages sixty and over $26.95. The aquarium provides discount for military personnel and their family members. There are so many different animals to explore there are amphibians like the blue poison frog, birds like the the Atlantic Puffin. The Sand Tiger Shark is always a crowded and anticipation attraction. One of the most adorable animal is the Atlantic Bottle nose dolphin. If you are visiting Baltimore, MD the National Aquarium is a must see.
Oriole Park at Camden YardsAttractions » Arenas & Stadiums333 W Camden St, 21201Oriole Park at Camden Yards in Baltimore, Maryland is a Major League Baseball Ballpark that is located at West Lee Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21230. It was open to the public in 1989 and is touted at the "ballpark by which other new ballparks are designed." The location of this stadium is easy to get to. Additionally, parking is ample. One feature that is unique to this stadium, is that families can bring their own food and drinks inside the stadium. There are still plenty of concession stands that offer food, and even those are more reasonably priced than other major league ballparks. Put aside ordering a hot dog at this ballpark and opt for crab cakes and beer battered crab sandwiches. Tickets to a baseball game can be purchased by calling (410) 333-1560
Fort McHenry National MonumentAttractions » Parks & Nature2400 E Fort Ave, 21230View siteFort McHenry is a national monument and shrine located in Baltimore, Maryland at 2400 East fort avenue. The park, star fort and visitors center all open at 8 am and close around 4:45 pm. They do offer some extended hours in the summer season. Fees to enter Fort McHenry are only $7.00 for adults and children 16 and older. Ages fifteen and under enter free. There are videos and exhibits available for viewing in the visitors center as well as daily Flag and Ranger talks. The museum includes a visit to the fort and barracks that display period uniforms and weapons as well as a junior officers barracks, powder magazines and more. The commanding officer's quarters and 1814 guard house are also available for viewing as well as the Forts many cannons. Other activities are also scheduled throughout the year including fire works displays and reinactments.
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GazelleShopping » OtherCross Keys
Ruth ShawShopping » Other68 Village Square
Something ElseShopping » Other1611 Sulgrave Ave
JurusShopping » Other5618 Newbury St, 21209View site
Atomic BooksShopping » Other1100 W 36th St, 21211
A People UnitedShopping » Other516 N Charles St
Contemporary MuseumShopping » Other104 W Centre St, in Mount Vernon
SunnyfieldsShopping » Other6305 Falls Rd, 21209
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Broadway MarketShopping » Other
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Charm City Food ToursTours » Sightseeing Tours1640 Aliceanna St
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Center StageAttractions » Theaters, Shows & Events700 N Calvert StView site