Sightseeing in Inner Harbor


Outing for Two or a One-Year Family Membership to Geppi's Entertainment Museum (Up to 53% Off)

Geppi's Entertainment Museum LLC

Southern Baltimore

Nearly 6,000 artifacts chart 250 years of US pop culture at this Camden Station museum

$75 $35

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Admission and Clock-Room Tour for One, Two, or Four at Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower (Up to 45% Off)

Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower

Downtown

Visitors to the iconic tower receive a tour of its clock room and may get to peek into the artist studios that support its current existence

$5 $3

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Outing for Two or Four with Gift-Store Credit at Reginald F. Lewis Museum (Up to 50% Off)

Reginald F. Lewis Museum

Reginald F Lewis Museum

View a fragment of original Star-Spangled Banner flag for its bicentennial; enjoy live music from gospel to jazz and soul food in the café

$26 $14

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Visit for Two or One-Year Family Membership at Star-Spangled Banner Flag House (Up to 50% Off)

Star-Spangled Banner Flag House

Jonestown

19th century objects populate the home where Mary Pickersgill stitched the flag that inspired the national anthem

$16 $10

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$45 for an Urban Dare Adventure Race for a Two-Person Team (Up to $90 Value)

Urban Dare

James Joyce Irish Pub

Fast-paced competition challenges teams of two with trivia, photo hunts, and mental and physical challenges

$90 $45

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National Museum of Dentistry Visit for Two or Four (Up to 50% Off)

National Museum of Dentistry

Southern Baltimore

Families explore the real story behind George Washington’s dentures, vintage toothpaste commercials, and other fun oral-health topics

$14 $7

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Admission for Two Adults or Family of Four to Baltimore Museum of Industry (Up to 50% Off)

Baltimore Museum of Industry

Inner Harbor South

Museumgoers explore industrial artifacts, including 1865 cannery and last operating steam tugboat in America

$38 $19

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Three-Day St. Patrick's Day Pub Crawl for Two or Four from Pub Crawl Baltimore (Up to 61% Off)

Pub Crawl

The Point in Fells

Pub crawlers celebrate St. Patrick’s Day on a three-day pub crawl with specials on drinks and shots

$50 $21

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Since 1996, the staff at Seadog Cruises has welcomed explorers aboard sophisticated, open-air speedboats for city tours. Over the years, they?ve led more than two million sightseers through Baltimore and Chicago on cruises that elucidate city histories, paying special attention to landmarks such as Baltimore?s Naval Reserve Center and Chicago?s Tribune Tower. Their fleet of sea crafts uses low-sulfur diesel and a four-stroke engines that produce lower emissions than older models, allowing eco-conscious passengers to rest easy and fish to finally open their windows for some fresh water.
561 Light St.
Baltimore,
MD
US
Jump to: Reviews | That's the Spirit! Captain Bonnie Barnacles: In an era when most women were relegated to sitting at home by the fire knitting children to help with chores, Bonnie Barnacles dreamt of more. Stowing away on the S.S. Anti-Authority in 1778, she quickly organized a mutiny, dazzling her crusty shipmates with her cutlass juggling and partial memorization of the alphabet. Today, she and her forsaken crew still haunt the harbor, turning a pretty pence with their home jewelry-making workshops and inspirational cassettes.
561 Light St
Baltimore,
MD
US
Saying that someone “wrote the book” on a topic is usually an exaggeration. Not so for photographer David Muse, whose resume not only boasts breathtaking glimpses of Baltimore’s coastline, but also the book he penned entitled Photographing Baltimore, Annapolis, and MD’s Eastern Shore. David’s combined encyclopedic knowledge of photographic techniques and the city he calls home harmonizes perfectly into his walking photo safaris, which lead students through the visual splendors of the ocean side city while imparting camera fundamentals. During his Inner Harbor Tour, which was praised by Andrea Sachs of the Washington Post, Muse inspires his students to capture stories of the city as they point their lenses at the harbor's bobbing boats, towering World Trade Center, and wavering reflection the iconic Domino Sugar sign, all the while expounding on optimal aperture openings and which flash settings can blind a rabid Ravens fan. All of David's events—from his historic Fells Point photo safaris to his wildlife photography weekends and West Virginia countryside workshops—all weave in his expert tips, hands-on instruction, and thoughtful, professional critiques of each student's work.
601 Light St
Baltimore,
MD
US
A trip to the Inner Harbor isn’t complete without a visit to the historic ships. Kids can board the 19th-century USS Constellation to learn about the lives of boys who served as “powder monkeys” during the Civil War, or explore the decks of the World War II-era submarine USS Torsk.
301 E Pratt St
Baltimore,
MD
US
Few other places, if any, offer the panoramic views of Baltimore and the Chesapeake Bay afforded by Top of the World. Located on the 27th floor of the Baltimore World Trade Center, the observatory features unimpeded 360-degree views that look out onto the city and its historic Inner Harbor. But no picture of Maryland's urban center would be complete without a zoom-in on its people. Here, that's provided by local guides who reveal fascinating facts and personal reminiscences about the city. They also dole out mini history lessons about Baltimore's most famous residents, including star Ravens quarterback Edgar Allen Poe.
401 East Pratt Street
Baltimore,
MD
US
The Nashville International Auto Show showcases rovers from the entire automotive spectrum, including classics and new models from major manufacturers, as well as the latest environmentally friendly machines. Feel free to mount the finely upholstered saddles of more than 200 debut motor-carriages like the Chevrolet Cruze, Acura TSX Sports Wagon, and Cadillac CTS Coupe, or pedal to the Dale Earnhardt Jr. Camaro Concept exhibit, which provides an up-close look of the ethanol fuel-powered car's custom paint job, advanced performance parts, and detachable beard.
1 West Pratt Street
Baltimore,
MD
US
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