Local Attractions in Baltimore:
Art Museum – 800 Key Highway
This national museum and education center presents outstanding original works by intuitive, self-taught artists.
Museum – 901 W Pratt St
Located in what was once an active railroad station, the B&O Railroad Museum celebrates the history of the Baltimore & Ohio line, the birthplace of modern American railroading. Visitors can trace the path of the country’s first mile of railroad track ever laid and peek inside historic train cars.
Babe Ruth Birthplace
Museum – 216 Emory St
Located two blocks from Camden Yards, the national Historic Site features rare artifacts, photos, videos and more.
Camden Yards – 333 W.
Go behind the scenes at the most beautiful ballpark in baseball year-round. Nearby learn more about one of Baltimore’s most famous Orioles at the Babe Ruth Birthplace and Museum.
Center – 601 Light St
This hands-on museum is perfect for exploring everything from dinosaurs to human anatomy. Check the schedule of The Shed for hands0on events and classes that teach DIY skills through design.
National Aquarium –
501 E Pratt St
Get up and personal with thousands of species such as jellyfish at Living Seashore’s touch pools, tiger salamanders during Critter Chats, or bottlenose dolphins while watching a 4D immersion film.
Light City Baltimore
Central to Light City is the BGE Light Art Walk, a 1.5-mile trail along Baltimore’s waterfront featuring illuminated sculptures, projections, interactive technologies, pop-up performances, musical entertainment, children’s activities, locally-sourced food concepts and maker tents.