The revitalized Inner Harbor in Baltimore has become a hub for many of Baltimore's major attractions, restaurants and shopping. On any given day you'll find free concerts, as well as a plethora of boats - the Baltimore Inner Harbor is, after all, a working seaport. Major Inner Harbor Baltimore attractions include the National Aquarium in Baltimore, Maryland Science Center, Top of the World observation deck and a great children's museum, Port Discovery.
Inner Harbor Baltimore Hotel -
Enjoy our central location just a few miles from the Baltimore Inner harbor when you stay at our historic bed and breakfast hotel. Guests at our Baltimore hotel will be treated to daily afternoon coffee and tea in our Victorian parlor, as well as, unique hotel rooms, which feature antiques, complimentary Internet, and some rooms even come with fireplaces. Plus, start your day with complimentary Continental breakfast among other Baltimore hotel amenities.
Inner Harbor Baltimore Attractions -
Surrounding the Baltimore Inner Harbor are some of Baltimore's most heavily attended attractions. Explore ancient Egypt or climb the three-story treehouse at Port Discovery Children's Museum. See the rainforest, sharks, and dolphins at the Baltimore National Aquarium. Go on a dinosaur dig or put on a spacesuit at the Maryland Science Center. Or for some of the best views of Baltimore, head to top of the World Trade Center's Top of the World observation deck.
Inner Harbor Baltimore Cruises -
Explore the Inner Harbor in Baltimore aboard one of these unique cruises, which might take you past Fort McHenry where Francis Scott Keys was inspired to write the "Star Spangled Banner." Take in the views of the Baltimore Inner Harbor on a Spirit of Baltimore cocktail or dinner cruise. Want a more do-it-yourself tour of the Baltimore Inner Harbor? You can catch one of the Baltimore water taxis, which will also take you past Fort McHenry.