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  • Geppi's Entertainment Museum
    Created by Steve Geppi, the founder of Diamond Comic Distributors, Geppi's Entertainment Museum traces the evolution of American popular culture from the late 1700s to today with nearly 6,000 artifacts such as comics, dolls, and games. Along with rotating special exhibitions, the museum's permanent galleries each dedicate themselves to a specific period or medium. Rekindle your flame with favorite cultural characters such as Batman, Mickey Mouse, and Barbie as you place them in historical context via the museum's massive memorabilia-based timeline.
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    301 West Camden Street
    Baltimore, MD US
  • Great Blacks In Wax Museum
    Dr. Joanne Martin and her late husband, Dr. Elmer Martin, began their museum in 1980 as a mobile temporary exhibit, filling a Pontiac with four wax figures purchased with the down payment they had intended for their future home. Though the museum has visited numerous national conventions, Dr. Martin has personally toured Mexico's murals and Ellis Island to glean new ideas for reaching visitors of every economic level. One of Dr. Martin's favorite moments came at the opening of a President Obama exhibit just before his inauguration, when scores of eager visitors filled the room to capacity, cameras in hand.
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    1601 E North Ave
    Baltimore, MD US
  • Baltimore Museam of Art
    Recently featured in the Washington Times, Gertrude's is a salt-stained bastion of coastal cuisine, with a menu chock-full of Chesapeake classics. Chef and owner John Shields, a nationally acclaimed coastal-fare innovator, author, and crab whisperer, named the restaurant for his grandmother, Gertrude Cleary. Grandma Gertrude's traditional Baltimore crab cake recipe lives on at her namesake restaurant with a dinner order of Gertie's crab cakes ($20), which arrives dressed with a choice of eight sauces, including the Creole or three-mustard. It's served with a choice of sides such as apple and fennel coleslaw, hush puppies, or grilled rosemary potatoes. Other maritime entrees, such as the citrus barbecue shrimp ($24) and the Chesapeake rockfish imperial ($30), recognize each other from the Shark Week extras' green room and happily provide diners fishing for Bay fare authenticity with transcendent catches for immediate consumption. Also available are Gertie's seafood Creole ($24) and locally raised beef burgers ($10).
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    10 Art Museum Dr
    Baltimore, MD US
  • National Aquarium
    Home to more than 17,000 animals including jellyfish, blacktip reef sharks, and honeycomb stingrays, the exhibits here immerse kids in underwater life. Visitors can meet piranhas and caimans in the Amazon River Forest or go eye-to-eye with ocean predators in the 225,000-gallon, ring-shaped Shark Alley.
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    501 East Pratt Street
    Baltimore, MD US
  • Walters Art Museum
    More than 25,000 pieces of art fill the Walters Art Museum's permanent collection. Among these are works that date back to ancient Rome—including six sarcophagi—and paintings from the Impressionist movement, including Monet’s Springtime. Museum-goers can also peruse rare books, art from Ethiopia, and Japanese military armor.
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    600 N Charles St
    Baltimore, MD US
  • Sports Legends At Camden Yards
    The Sports Legends Museum at Camden Yards and the Babe Ruth Birthplace Museum provide athletics addicts with a one-two punch of sporting history, using priceless artifacts and multimedia exhibits to illuminate the lives and deeds of some of America?s greatest athletic heroes. Visit the Sultan of Swat?s first home, also known as The House That Built Ruth, to view the bedroom in which he was born, relics such as his childhood catcher?s mitt, and exhibits touching on his professional accomplishments and personal life.
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    301 W Camden St
    Baltimore, MD US

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