Baltimore Inner Harbor SkylineThe city of Baltimore has so much to offer visitors. There are museums, entertainment attractions, food and shopping options. Visitors of all ages are welcome! If you are looking for fascinating museums, Baltimore has several to visit. Featured museums include: the Babe Ruth Birthplace and Museum, the Baltimore Civil War Museum, the Baltimore Museum of Industry, and the B And O Railroad Museum. The location also features several historic sites as well. Featured sites include: the Mother Seton House And Historic Seminary Church, the Edgar Allen Poe House and Museum, the Homewood Museum, Fort McHenry National Monument, Historic Ships, and the Stars-spangled Banner Flag House. The city has several entertainment possibilities. Entertainment attractions include the following: Baltimore Zoo, National Aquarium, Geppi’s Entertainment Museum, Maryland African American History Museum, the Maryland Science Center, and the Port Discovery Children’s Museum. Are you searching for the perfect bargain or delectable food? Baltimore has several destinations to explore. Attractions include: McHenry Row, Trohv, The Peanut Shop, the Sport Shop, Inner Harbor Shopping Center, and Antique Row. McHenry Row offers several shops and food choices. Locations include: a sports bar, an Asian Bistro, a sandwich shop, a hair salon, a massage spa, a coffee shop, and a nail salon. Whether your group is looking for entertainment or likes historic sites, Baltimore has all of that and so much more!

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Sample Itineraries

3-Day Baltimore Group Tour

The city has invested heavily into the Inner Harbor Region, a favorite of tour groups.

    •  Two Nights Lodging
    •  1600s Inner Harbor Port
    •  Civil War Era Ship



Baltimore Orioles

When your adult group visits Baltimore, you should check out a game at the Baltimore Oriole Ballpark. It became the official home of the Baltimore Orioles on April 6, 1992. The location is close to several attractions including the Babe Ruth Birthplace Museum. Visitors can enjoy a game and purchase souvenirs as part of the experience.


In the course of the visit, group members will have the opportunity to walk around the ballpark. You will see areas such as the club level suites, the press level and the Baltimore Orioles dugout. Visitors will learn about how the park has continued to change the baseball fan’s experience since it opened in 1992. The group will also be treated to a historical perspective of the Camden Yards area which includes the ballpark and surrounding area. Group members will learn about the history of the B and O Railroad, Baltimore’s famous Inner Harbor and baseball legend Babe Ruth.


The B and O Warehouse is a landmark located beyond right field. It is the longest building on the East Coast. The eight story building provides unique office space for the Orioles and other tenants. A 432-foot home run drive will reach the Warehouse if it hugs the right field line.


The group will also have the opportunity to visit the Orioles Legends Park. There are six larger-than-life bronze sculptures of the six greatest Orioles of all-time. There are individuals such as Frank Robinson, Brooks Robinson, Earl Weaver, Eddie Murray and Cal Ripken Jr. The sculptures range from seven to eight feet in scale.

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Baltimore Museum of Art

Baltimore Museum of Art Entrance

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Located in Maryland is the Baltimore Museum of Art. The location features several tours, collections, and exhibitions for visitors to enjoy. Adult and family programs are also offered. The museum holds 90,000 works of art. Featured exhibitions include the following, works by Pablo Picasso, Paul Cezanne, the largest holding of works by Henri Matisse in the world, and Vincent van Gogh. Your group may also enjoy viewing the Sculpture Gardens which feature a 100-year survey of modern and contemporary sculpture. These beautiful gardens are on a nearly three acre landscape in the heart of the city. The location offers a variety of tours. These include: Group Tours, Audio Tours, Self-guided Tours, and Drop-in Tours. On the group tour guests will be led by a docent on a one hour tour that can be tailored to fit the needs of the group. Another tour available is the Artful Stories: a BMA Family Tour which is an audio-guided exploration of 20 items in the collection. There are a variety of collections for your viewing pleasure. These include but are not limited to the following: African, American, European, Antioch Mosaics, Asian Contemporary, Modern, Native American, and Textiles. This location is fascinating and fun for the entire group. You will see many interesting works of art and also get to tour the museum as well.

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USS Constellation

While your group is in Baltimore, you should consider checking out the USS Constellation. The ship was launched on September 7, 1797. In December of 1799, the ship sailed to the West Indies. Visitors will have the opportunity to see exhibits and check out the ship itself as part of the experience. The visit should begin at the Museum Gallery. Group members will learn about the history of the USS Constellation. Guests can check out fascinating artifacts and personal effects from some of the crewmembers. After looking at the artifacts in the museum, your group can climb aboard the ship and examine her inner-workings and learn about her fascinating history. There are crewmembers on board the ship to answer questions pertaining to the history of the vessel. The USS Constellation is one of four historic ships located in Baltimore.


Visitors will have the opportunity to check out the four decks of the vessel as part of the experience. The top deck is known as the spar deck and is where all sailing operations took place. The next deck is known as the gun deck. This is the area where the ship’s main battery of guns, the Captain’s Cabin and the Galley are located. As your group explores further, you will come to the berth deck which is the place where the majority of the crewmembers lived and socialized. The final deck is known as the ship’s hold. This area is where food, water and gear for a crew of 325 was stowed. Group members can do things such as pull on some lines, participate in a gun drill or see what is cooking in the galley in the course of the visit.

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Babe Ruth Birthplace and Museum

During your group trip to Baltimore, you should consider checking out the Babe Ruth Birthplace Museum. The museum presents the life and times of George Herman also known as Babe Ruth. He was Baltimore’s native son and became America’s first sports celebrity as well as an international icon. The Sports Legends Museum is located in the area. Visitors will have the opportunity to check out fascinating exhibits at both museums. George Herman was born in 1895. Times were rough in the Baltimore Harbor during that time period.


The exhibits at the Babe Ruth Birthplace Museum are both fascinating and educational. One of the exhibits is known as The Ruthian Record. At the exhibit, group members will learn about Babe’s record as an amazing slugger, record-setting pitcher and even a school-age catcher. Another interesting exhibit is known as the Historic House exhibit. The group will have the opportunity to check out the upstairs bedroom of the baseball legend. Babe Batted Here is another fascinating exhibit for visitors to explore. There are artifacts on display such as a catcher’s mitt, a jersey, and a hymnal book that was used by Babe while attending St. Mary’s Industrial School in Baltimore.


The Sports Legends Museum has several interesting exhibits that focus on a variety of topics. Group members can see exhibits such as the Maryland State Athletic Hall of Fame, Amateur Baseball in Maryland, The Negro Leagues: A Baseball Legacy, and the Orioles Hall of Fame. The Orioles Hall of Fame exhibit contains one-of-a-kind sports memorabilia as well as personal mementos from the team’s top players. Guests can check out artifacts from Cal Ripken Jr., Eddie Murray, and Brooks Robinson.

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Maryland Science Center

Maryland Science Center Display

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When your group takes a trip to Baltimore, you should spend some time checking out the Maryland Science Center. It is located at Baltimore’s Inner Harbor. Visitors can check out fascinating exhibits, participate in Science Encounters, visit the Planetarium or view a film at the IMAX Theater.


The exhibits at the Maryland Science Center are both entertaining and educational. One of the exhibits is known as Cells: The Universe Inside Us. You will zoom into your own body and see the different cells that make up your heart, brain and bones. These cells communicate with each other every moment of our lives. Another exhibit is known as Follow the Blue Crab. The exhibit contains live Maryland crustaceans and their fellow Chesapeake citizens. You can check out the giant mechanical blue crab, live terrapins, crabs, and native fish. Newton’s Alley is another fascinating exhibit where guests will experience physical science in a unique way. You will have the opportunity to pull yourself up to the stars in a chair, play a string-less harp, see sound, and touch a cloud. There are hands-on interactive displays for group members to explore.


If you want an up close and personal science encounter, the Maryland Science Center is the place to visit. The team can witness live hair-raising science experiments on the Demo Stage, view Global changes on a 3-dimentional sphere at Science on a Sphere, and encounter the night sky in all its glory on the rooftop observatory. On the Demo Stage, Science Center presenters demonstrate the wonders of scientific phenomena. Visitors are invited to ask questions and help with the demonstrations.

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Six Flags America

Six Flags America is located in Baltimore, Maryland. The park offers tours and exciting rides for the entire group. This location is a must-see when visiting Maryland. There are thrilling rides, family rides, and waterpark rides for entertainment. Thrilling rides include the following: Apocalypse, BATWING Coaster, Big Easy Speedway, Bonzai Pipelines, Halfpipe, Mind Eraser, Ragin’ Cajun, Roar, and SUPERMAN: Ride of Steel. While on the Batwing Coaster, you will be taken on a menacing ride by the masked superhero and experience 5 superhuman inversions as you soar 115 feet. The Big Easy ride involves using go-charts where you race the coasters zooming around a relentlessly curving course of high-speed hairpin turns. Family rides featured include: Bahama Blast, Calypso Cannonball, Capital Railways, the Carousel, Castaway Creek, Coyote Creek Crazy Cars, the Cyclone, the Flying Carousel, Great Race Antique Cars, and Hurricane Bay. On the Flying Carousel, you will fly high over Chesapeake on this spectacular wave swing, with the sky at your feet. The Coyote Creek Crazy Cars are exhilarating for visitors on this classic clobbering bumper car smashup.

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Baltimore Zoo

The Baltimore Zoo is fun and exciting for guests of all ages. The location offers behind-the-scenes tours to interested groups. There are also guest services along with food and refreshments. Featured tours include: Giraffe House, rock island, rhino barn, polar bear watch, and the Presidents Tour. The Giraffe House contains Maryland Zoo’s herd of reticulated giraffe, as well as okapi. During the tour, visitors will walk through the keeper area and also spend time visiting and possibly feeding the animal through the many viewing windows. Keepers will give an explanation of how the animals are managed and cared for, what makes the species special and unique, and their status in the wild. As part of this experience, guests will learn about the okapi, which is a unique creature that is a close relative of the giraffe. Polar Bear Watch is home to polar bear, raven, arctic fox, and snowy owl. During this encounter, participants will walk through the polar bear building and look at the kitchen and food preparation area, the video surveillance stations, and the bear dens. The keepers will explain how the animals are managed and cared for, and their status in the wild. The rhino barn is home to southern white rhino, common zebra, and also the ostrich. Guests will walk through the zebra area and observe keepers conducting training sessions. You may get the chance to interact during these demonstrations. Visit this one-of-a-kind attraction on your trip to Maryland!

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Fort McHenry

Fort McHenry

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While your adult group is in the Baltimore area, you should consider visiting Fort McHenry. It is primarily known for its role in the Battle of Baltimore during the War of 1812, when American troops stopped a British invasion. It was during this bombardment of the fort that Francis Scott Key was inspired to write the Star-Spangled Banner. The poem was later put to music and became the national anthem of the United States. During the American Revolution, Baltimore was an important naval center and in the spring of 1776 a battery of 18 guns was erected on Whetstone Point in order to guard the entrance to the harbor. This was the beginning of Fort McHenry. Group members can check out exhibits, watch an orientation film, and walk around the fort as part of the experience. The fort was named after James McHenry who was the Secretary of War during the War of 1812.


Your group visit to Fort McHenry should begin in the Visitor Center. The center has exhibits, a gift shop, and shows an orientation film about the history of the fort. There are different museums which include the fort, barracks, and related structures. The barracks contain several exhibits such as the Enlistmen’s Quarters, uniform and weapons displays, videos, the Junior Officers’ Quarters, a powder magazine and the 1814 Guard House. The location also hosts special events throughout the year. In the summer months, visitors can enjoy Living History Programs. Fireworks are featured each year during the Flag Day and Defenders’ Day celebrations at the fort.

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National Aquarium

National Aquarium Exterior

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While your group is in Baltimore, you should spend some time checking out the National Aquarium. There are over 17,000 animals. Visitors can explore exhibits and participate in fun activities. There are animals such as sharks, rays, dolphins and tropical fish.


The exhibits at the aquarium are both entertaining and educational. One of the exhibits is known as the Blacktip Reef. Visitors will have the opportunity to check out 779 animals from various vantage points. The exhibit has animals such as blacktip reef sharks, tasseled wobbegongs and a 500-pound green sea turtle. It replicates Indo-Pacific reefs. Another interesting exhibit is the Dolphin Discovery exhibit. It is the aquarium’s largest exhibit and was established in 1990. The exhibit is home to a colony of eight bottlenose dolphins. Guests will get a glimpse into the daily life of a dolphin. You will see how they learn, how they play and how they interact with each other. You can chat with a marine mammal expert about a variety of topics. The expert will discuss topics such as what it’s like to care for, teach, and build relationships with these amazing animals.


If your group wants to go behind the scenes to interact with the animals, the National Aquarium is the place to visit. You can have an encounter with the dolphins, get up close to sharks, or go behind the scenes and look at the exhibit known as Pacific Coral Reef. The group will have the opportunity to learn about what it takes to care for 17,000 animals and exhibits. There are also art classes for the dolphins.

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Inner Harbor Region

Inner Harbor

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When your group visits Baltimore, you should check out the Inner Harbor Region. It is one of America’s oldest seaports and is also one of the world’s popular travel destinations. The location has been welcoming people, ships, and goods since the 1600s. Visitors can dine, explore museums, shop, or check out entertainment attractions as part of the experience.


In the course of the visit, group members can see the animals at the National Aquarium, examine memorabilia at the Sports Legend Museum, learn about the Battle of Baltimore at Fort McHenry, see the Historic Ships or take a ride on a boat and enjoy the breathtaking views of the harbor. At the Maryland Science Center, group members can explore hands-on scientific exhibits, see a show at the planetarium, or catch a film at the IMAX Theater. At the National Aquarium, visitors will have the opportunity to check out fascinating aquatic animals. The aquarium contains sharks, dolphins, rays and tropical fish.


Fort McHenry is an 18th-century brick fort that defended Baltimore Harbor during the War of 1812. Guests can enjoy living history weekends and other special events throughout the year. There are also fascinating exhibits on display at various museums. The team can check out exhibits at museums such as the fort and the barracks. Does your group enjoy shopping? If so, the Harbor Place is the destination to visit. It is located in the heart of the Inner Harbor near the waterfront. Group members can check out shops, grab a bite to eat at one of the many restaurants, and enjoy seasonal live entertainment in the course of the visit. The team can shop at music stores, a book store, malls, and specialty shops. You can also purchase novelty items and souvenirs.

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B & O Railroad

B & O Railroad Train

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The Baltimore and Ohio railroad museum is located in Baltimore, Maryland. The location contains a store and various collections for visitors to enjoy. It possesses the oldest, most historic and the most comprehensive American railroad collections in the world. Featured collections include: locomotives and rolling stock, Hays T. Watkins archives, the restoration facility, and small objects and artifacts. The locomotives and rolling stock collection contains several unique examples of historically significant pieces from the B & O and other Maryland railroads. It includes the finest collection of 19th century steamed locomotives. The small objects and artifacts collection covers almost every aspect of railroading. It includes the following: clocks, pocket watches, textiles, lanterns, dining car china, silver, fine art, communication devices, signals, shop equipment, as well as an assortment of tools and artifacts used on historic occasions. The Museum also contains the Alex Brown and Sons Exhibition Gallery. It contains permanent and rotating exhibitions on significant aspects of railroading. Featured exhibits include: The Smithsonian institution’s collection of railroad models, the War Came by Train, and About Time. The War Came by Train collection features rare artifacts from both public and private collections that tell poignant stories of the soldiers and civilians who kept the railroad running despite some remarkable challenges. Visitors will enjoy these collections and learning about this very famous time in history.

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Flag House

Flag House

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While your group is touring Baltimore, you should consider checking out the Flag House Museum. The location was constructed in 1793. Visitors will learn about Mary Pickersgill who was a spirited woman that made the flag. Group members will also have the opportunity to check out interesting exhibits on display. You will also learn about what life was like during the 19th century.


The exhibits at the Flag House Museum are entertaining and informative. One of the exhibit areas is the Permanent Exhibition Gallery. The gallery has a variety of artifacts that are from the era of the 19th century. Group members will have the opportunity to see the interior of the Flag House. You can look at furnishings from that particular time period as part of the experience. The house is arranged in the same way as Pickersgill and her family would have seen it in the 19th century. Many of the objects in the house were once possessions of the Pickersgill family. Guests will also explore aspects of business and daily life by interacting with a number of sights and sounds from the year of 1812.


The gallery also has an interesting exhibit known as Preserv’d Us A Nation. This exhibit highlights the brave defense of Baltimore’s ordinary citizens during the War of 1812. At the exhibition group members can check out a fragment of the Star-Spangled Banner flag, a drum used by an American soldier during the bombardment of Fort McHenry and much more. Another fascinating exhibit is known as the Family of Flag-makers: The Women Who Created the Star-Spangled Banner. The exhibit focuses on the life of Mary Pickersgill, her family, household and neighborhood.

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Geppi’s Entertainment Museum

Geppi's Entertainment Museum Display

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When your group is in Baltimore, you should consider visiting Geppi’s Entertainment Museum. The exhibitions center on the theme of pop culture. The group can also walk around the museum as part of the experience.


The exhibits at the museum are both fascinating and unique. One of the exhibitions is known as Pioneer Baltimore Heroes. At the exhibit, you and your group mates will learn about individuals and groups that have played the role of making the city what it is today. There is another exhibit which is known as Extra Extra. The theme of the exhibit focuses on entertainment characters from 1776 to the year 1927. A Story in Four Colors is also known as the comic book library. Guests will have the opportunity to see a fascinating collection of comic books. Group members will discover how the entertainment characters depicted in these books influenced the development of pop culture. There is also an exhibit which is known as When Heroes Unite. The exhibition focuses on the characters that made the hard times easier from 1928 to 1945. You can learn about characters such as Mickey Mouse and Superman.


Another interesting exhibit is called America Tunes in. The exhibit focuses on television from 1946 to 1960. Group members will learn about the peanut gallery, the old west and deep space.
Television also brought world events into the homes of many people. In the course of the same period of time, the beat of America changed when rock and roll took the nation’s youth by storm.

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