Baltimore Museum of Arts
Since 1914, the BMA has gained acclaim for its world-renowned collection, with an incredible 95,000 works including over 1,000 by Henri Matisse. Free to the public so all can appreciate the power of art, the BMA takes community outreach and education to new heights.
Edgar Allan Poe House and Museum
For those who know “The Raven” as something other than a football player in Baltimore, the Edgar Allan Poe House and Museum is a must-see destination, where a self-guided tour takes you through Poe’s life and death, poems, shorts and much more.
Fort McHenry National Museum
The British Navy didn’t stand a chance against this pentagon-shaped fortress during the War of 1812. Today you can retrace the steps of those who defended Fort McHenry against a two-day attack and discover what inspired Francis Scott Key to write The Star-Spangled Banner.
Rent a paddle boat to take in the harbor from a different point of view, or enjoy the waterfront restaurant, pubs and shops within walking distance of each other. Visit the nearby American Visionary Art of Museum, Port Discovery Children’s Museum or Babe Ruth Museum.
M&T Bank Stadium
Home to the Baltimore Ravens, this is where football excitement meets family fun. So throw on your purple jersey and get ready to cheer on as Captain Dee-Fense and Real Fan Dan get the hometown crowd roaring against the visiting team.
Maryland Science Center
A fun and fascinating place to learn everything you always wanted to know about physical science, space, Earth science, the human body and even the blue crabs native to the Chesapeake Bay, the Maryland Science Center has something to captivate everyone.
Check out over 17,000 specimens representing more than 750 species of aquatic life at Maryland’s number one tourist attraction. Transport yourself to a tropical rain forest, coral reef or the wilds of Australia in one of the aquarium’s fascinating exhibits.
Oriole Park at Camden Yards
The official ballpark of the Baltimore Orioles, this retro-designed stadium is one of the most beautiful in baseball. Grab you mitt and snag some flies with traditional grandstand tickets, or head over to Eutaw Street to catch the game among the many food vendors and gift shops.
Power Plant Live
Baltimore’s premier dining and entertainment destination, just one block from the world-famous Inner Harbor. With a wide array of venues and multiple viewing areas to take in sports action, Power Plant Live! is perfect for a day out with the family or a night out on the town!
The Walters Art Museum
Free to general public, The Walters Art Museum shares work chiefly amassed by William and Henry Walters-a Kaleidoscope of the world art from early Egypt to modern Europe, including Greek sculptures, medieval ivories and 19th-century European and American Masterpieces.