Sightseeing in Baltimore, MD


Admission for Two Adults or Two Adults and Two Kids to Babe Ruth Birthplace Museum (36% Off) 

Babe Ruth Birthplace Museum

Babe Ruth Birthplace Museum

Babe Ruth’s childhood home celebrates The Great Bambino’s early life and later career with engaging exhibits

$14 $9

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

$20 $10

Admission for Two or Family of Four at Reginald F. Lewis Museum (Up to 57% Off)

Reginald F. Lewis Museum

Jonestown

The museum features five galleries along with plenty of interactive learning activites for visitors of all ages

$16 $8

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

Baltimore Museum of Industry

Baltimore

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

$38 $19

Walking Scavenger Hunt for Two or Four from Crazy Dash Digital Adventures (50% Off)

Crazy Dash Digital Adventures- Baltimore

Inner Harbor

Bring your smartphone and explore the city in a scavenger hunt to get points, which involves documenting specific activities with a camera

$39.95 $20

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

$40 $20

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

Two or Four Tickets to Washington Monument - Mount Vernon Place (Up to 49% Off)

Washington Monument

Mount Vernon Place

Take in all of Baltimore from the top of this monument, newly revamped and celebrating its recent bicentennial

$12.70 $7

3quest Challenge for Two, Four, or Six People at 3quest Challenge (Up to 50% Off)

3Quest Challenge

3Quest Challenge

Racing against the clock, players take on three quests that require finding checkpoints, seizing clues, and solving a final puzzle

$39.95 $20

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

National Museum of Dentistry

University of MD at Baltimore

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

$14 $7

Team Walking Adventure for Two, Four, or Six from Wacky Walks (50% Off)

Wacky Walks - Baltimore

Wacky Walks - Baltimore

Part solo strategizing game and part team quest, this walk around the city leads to clues that need solving—and upheaval in your ranks

$39.95 $20

Tickets or Membership to Maryland Historical Society (Up to 54% Off). Six Options Available.

Maryland Historical Society

Maryland Historical Society

Members can explore a historical museum with more than 350,000 artifacts, attend members-only lectures, and buy discounted publications

$6 $3

Up to 60% Off Electric Bike Rental at Baltimore Hybrid Pedals

Baltimore Hybrid Pedals

Baltimore Hybrid Pedals

From the merchant: Tour the city on an Electronic Bike and experience Charm City in fun and unique manner.

$110 $49

Memberships at Johns Hopkins University Museums – Homewood Museum and Evergreen Museum & Library (Up to 52% Off)

Johns Hopkins University Museums

Multiple Locations

Membership gives unlimited free admission at Homewood Museum and Evergreen Museum & Library and free or discounted fees for events

$70 $35

Shenandoah Caverns Tour for Two or Four in Quicksburg, VA (Up to 42% Off)

Shenandoah Caverns

Quicksburg

National Geographic has featured this cavern; on a one-hour tour, you can see its crystalline formations and rainbow lakes

$48 $28

Entry for One, Two, or Four to One Liberty Observation Deck (Up to 32% Off)

One Liberty Observation Deck

One Liberty Observation Deck

Enjoy a bird’s-eye view of the City of Brotherly Love with a trip to this observation deck

$19 $13

Museum Visit and Chocolate Tasting for Two or Four at The Hershey Story Museum (Up to 46% Off)

The Hershey Story Museum

Hershey

Guests sample sipping chocolates sourced from around the world and explore the culinary and philanthropic legacy of Milton S. Hershey

$45 $29

Entry for Two, Four, or Six with Animal Feed and Zoo Wagon Ride at Roer's Zoofari (Up to 42% Off)

Roer's Zoofari

Roer's Zoofari

30 acres of open, outdoor habitats where you can interact with zebras, camels, birds, farm animals, and other creatures

$40 $25

Dolphin-Watching Cruise or Dolphin- and Whale-Watching Cruise for Two or Four from Fisherman's Wharf (50% Off)

Fisherman's Wharf

Fisherman's Wharf

Get a glimpse of sites in the First Town in the First State, as well as sea creatures including dolphins, whose sightings are guaranteed

$58 $29

$22.99 for Admission for Two to The Museum of Sex, Valid Monday–Friday (Through August 31)

Museum of Sex

Flatiron

Interactive exhibits and more than 15,000 sex-related artifacts explore the truths and enduring mysteries of human (and animal) sexuality

$37 $22.99

Wine Tasting, Tour, Cheese, and Wine Glasses for Two or Four at Catoctin Breeze Vineyard (Up to 50% Off)

Catoctin Breeze Vineyard

Catoctin Breeze Vineyard

Boutique vineyard nestled among the Catoctin Mountains teaches visitors about its award-winning wine and mead, then pours samples

$72 $36

Visit for Two or Four to The National Civil War Museum (Up to 54% Off)

The National Civil War Museum

Harrisburg

17 galleries filled with more than 25,000 documents and artifacts tell an unbiased account of the American Civil War

$48 $22

Weekend Wine Tasting for Two, Four, or Six at Galloping Goose Vineyards (Up to 46% Off)

Galloping Goose Vineyards

Hampstead

Family-run winery creates varietals such as Vidal Blanc and Cabernet Sauvignon on-site, sending visitors home with keepsake wine glasses

$24 $13

Fire Museum of Maryland Visit for Two Adults and One Kid or One Adult and Two Kids (Up to 46% Off)

Fire Museum of Maryland

Lutherville - Timonium

History museum was named one of the best kids’ museums by CBS Baltimore

$33 $18

Washington DC Explorer Pass includes admission to 3 or 5 attractions from 9 options. Pay Nothing at The Gate.

Go City Card

Online Deal

Choose 3 or 5 attractions from 9 popular options and save up to 35% off combined admission. Pay nothing at the gate.

$89 $76

Visit to College Park Aviation Museum (50% Off). Three Options Available.

College Park Aviation Museum

College Park

An affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution, the museum features a 1.5-story exhibit space filled with unique aircraft and artifacts

$24 $12

Admission for Two or Four at Brandywine Zoo (Up to 39% Off)

Brandywine Zoo

Brandywine Park

Zoo hosts common and highly endangered species from across the globe, and offers fun activities like reptile shows, camps, and story times

$14 $9

Dairy-Farm Tour for Four or Eight at Kreider Farms (Up to 53% Off)

Kreider Farms

Kreider Farms

90-minute tour provides a close look at the farm’s transition barn and high-tech carousel used for milking cows

$48 $24

General Admission, Carousel Ride, and Kids Shop Coupon for One or Two at Please Touch Museum (Up to 33% Off)

Please Touch Museum

Please Touch Museum

Kids learn by doing at a 156,000 sq. ft. museum complete with a massive toy collection, 1908 carousel, and Playhouse Theatre

$45 $30

Lighthouse Tour via Boat for One from Chesapeake Lights (38% Off). 10 Dates Available.

Chesapeake Lights

Tilghman Island

Passengers enjoy views & narratives of 5 historic lighthouses dotting the coast on 5-hour boat tour, which also travels under the Bay Bridge

$80 $50

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  • Reginald F. Lewis Museum
    Established: 2005 Handicap Accessible: Yes Staff Size: 25–50 Parking: Parking garage Reservations/Appointments: Optional Most popular offering: African-American art, history, culture Pro Tip: $7 validated parking is directly across the street at the PMI Parking Garage. Good for Kids: Yes Walk-ins Welcome: Yes The Reginald F. Lewis Museum celebrates the achievements of African Americans, especially those from Maryland—which often means expanding on grade-school history lessons. For instance, Betsy Ross is typically credited with making the first American flag. However, one of the museum's rotating exhibits reveals that Grace Wisher, an African American indentured servant, also worked on the original star spangled banner. Dubbed "For Whom It Stands: The Flag and the American People," that exhibit was recognized as one of the country's best in the summer of 2014 by USA Today—in part because it featured a scrap of the real, first flag, covered in the bald eagle feathers that filled the air back then. That's just one of the myriad rotating exhibits that the museum has hosted, to complement permanent collections that highlight Maryland African Americans' endurance through two centuries of slavery, and their artistic and intellectual innovations. Q&A with Helen Yuen, Director Of Marketing What sets your business apart from your competition? A Smithsonian affiliate, the museum is the east coast’s largest African-American museum. Besides rotating exhibitions, enjoy live musical performances from gospel jazz to steel drums. Films in our theater have enriched audiences on the history of soul food, civil rights, and more. For families, programs like art workshops and living history bring our mission to life. Lectures and our resource center enrich what you'll find in our permanent collection. We also nourish the body with the best soul food in Baltimore at our museum cafe. Visit our website for a full calendar of events. What was the inspiration for starting this business? To showcase the rich contributions of Maryland African Americans, from Harriet Tubman and Thurgood Marshall to the unsung heroes who helped make Maryland what it is today. What’s your favorite part about your job? Having people experience something new, different, and enriching to their lives.
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    830 E Pratt St.
    Baltimore, MD US
  • Jewish Museum of Maryland
    While designing the first synagogue in Maryland, architect Robert Cary Long Jr. cleaved to graceful, Greek Revival lines and pillars. In 1845, his vision came to life in the Lloyd Street Synagogue, which welcomed the Baltimore Hebrew Congregation. Twenty-six years later, contention among the congregation about reforming its liturgy and ritual led some members to break off and form the Chizuk Amuno Congregation—who built their own Moorish Revival-style synagogue (known today as B’nai Israel Synagogue) right down the street from the first. Today, both places of worship nestle within the campus of the Jewish Museum of Maryland, formed in 1960 to rescue and restore the Lloyd Street Synagogue—which now claims the title of third-oldest standing synagogue in the United States. The museum has gone beyond just restoring the historic place of worship, which included the preservation of its original 1845 mikveh, a ritual bath. It has built three exhibition galleries that interpret the Jewish-American experience, focusing on Jewish life in Maryland. Art, rare objects, photographs, and oral histories fill these spaces, forming rotating and permanent exhibits that delve into topics such as the symbolism and traditions of Jewish food and the evolution of the Jewish market on Lombard Street. In the lower level of the Lloyd Street Synagogue, a multimedia exhibit explores its three immigrant congregations. Before leaving, visitors can stop by a gift shop to pick up necklaces with the Star of David, custom kippots, and toys. On the right day, guests can extend their visit to include events, or they can return for educational programming that teaches non-Jewish students about Judaism and guides teens in interfaith dialogues. The historically curious can also make an appointment to trace genealogical roots at the Robert L. Weinberg Family History Center, found inside the museum’s Anne Adalman Goodwin Library. These form the JMM’s collections and research center, which boasts more than 150 major manuscript collections and 24,000 cataloged photographs.
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    15 Lloyd Street
    Baltimore, MD US
  • American Visionary Art Museum
    The American Visionary Art Museum devotes its space to original work by self-taught artists who honed their craft—often unintentionally—while operating on the outskirts of the formal art world. As temporary exhibitions explore a particular artist or theme in depth, the permanent collection displays thousands of powerful and often whimsical items, such as Andrew Logan's mirror-winged Black Icarus, or the haunting Applewood Figure, an emaciated sculpture said to wince whenever someone eats a piece of fruit. The museum spreads its arresting pieces throughout three historical buildings, including the expansive main building, which boasts a reflective mirrored-mosaic exterior and neighbors the Tall Sculpture Barn, an ex-whiskey warehouse fully equipped with 45-foot ceilings for large-scale projects. A wildflower garden—complete with meditation chapel—and a sculpture plaza featuring a 55-foot whirligig beckon visitors to the museum's outdoor space, where envious clouds shape themselves into crude versions of Pietà. Completing any trip, the museum's Sideshow gift shop stuffs shopping bags with an ever-rotating collection of eclectic artwork, jewelry, toys, and more.
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    800 Key Highway
    Baltimore, MD US
  • Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower
    Looming 15 stories above the surrounding streets, the Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower has been a landmark in Baltimore ever since it was constructed in 1911. Upon completion, this structure—inspired by the design of the Palazzo Vecchio in Florence, Italy—was the tallest building in the city and served as a symbol of Baltimore's advancement to its creator, the inventor of the titular headache remedy. The Baltimore Office of Promotion & the Arts decided to preserve this proudly progressive legacy by adapting the layout to create studio spaces for more than 30 visual and literary artists hoping to continue their work within a modernized setting. Guests can visit the historical clock tower on Fridays and Saturdays, as well as during lightning storms that will send plucky characters back to 1985. Tours enter the structure's clock room, whose faces feature the words "Bromo-Seltzer" instead of numerals, for peeks at the inner workings and vistas that include Camden Yards. During open-studio hours, visitors also have the opportunity to see the artists' workspaces and view nascent pieces in a variety of media, such as oil painting, photography, sculpture, digital art, and charcoal.
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    21 S Eutaw St
    Baltimore, MD US
  • Ripley's Believe It or Not!
    Ripley’s has enthralled audiences for more than nine decades with its dedication to revealing odd and unexplainable rarities from around the globe. But it all began with one man: Robert Ripley, a wildly successful and eccentric character who rose to fame during the first half of the 20th century. After selling his first cartoon to Life magazine at age 14, he set out on a quick-paced career of drawing sports cartoons for the New York Globe. During a slow day at the office, he sketched nine unusual sporting events and finished his work with a title: “Believe It or Not!” It became immensely popular, allowing Ripley to travel the world in search of more bizarre stories to put into his comic strips. While visiting relatively unknown areas in locales such as India, China, and the inside of his neighbor’s chimney, he picked up a slew of unbelievable souvenirs that later became fixtures in several of Ripley’s museums, or as they’re affectionately called today, Odditoriums. Ripley’s now encompasses publications, attractions, a television show, and a blog, all of which carry Ripley’s tradition of reporting on the world’s curiosities.
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    301 Light Street
    Baltimore, MD US
  • Station North Arts Cafe Gallery
    Whether you need help waking up in the morning or a mid-afternoon pick-me-up, the coffee at Station North Arts Cafe Gallery in Charles North will do the trick. At this coffee shop, everyone will find something they love — kids included! At Station North Arts Cafe Gallery, you won't have to wait for your large or small group to be seated. Drift away from stuffy dress-code conventions and dine in comfort at Station North Arts Cafe Gallery. Leaving the couch is half the battle. Your foods awaits your pickup at this coffee shop. If you need to feed a big crowd, Station North Arts Cafe Gallery also offers catering services for parties and get-togethers. At Station North Arts Cafe Gallery, you can count on quick and easy street parking close by. For those who travel by bike, Station North Arts Cafe Gallery offers bike racks for diners. The grub at Station North Arts Cafe Gallery is also a downright bargain — most people can chow down for less than $15. When you have a long and busy day scheduled, head on over to Station North Arts Cafe Gallery and enjoy a cup of Joe.
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    1816 North Charles Street
    Baltimore, MD US

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