The Baltimore Holocaust Memorial is located at the intersection of Lombard and Gay Streets, two blocks from the Inner Harbor ... More
The Baltimore Holocaust Memorial is located at the intersection of Lombard and Gay Streets, two blocks from the Inner Harbor attractions. The Holocaust Memorial was originally built in 1980 and was refurbished in 1997. Two concrete monoliths that represent the boxcars used to transport Jews to Nazi death camps during World War II form the centerpiece, along with a memorial sculpture. Vintage 1940 railroad tracks surround the structure.
This aquarium is perhaps the greatest attraction in Baltimore's celebrated Inner Harbor. The exhibits start small with samples of marine
life from local waters, but visitors soon find themselves eye to eye with sharks, rays and other very large ...
Entrusted to the Pallottine Priests and Brothers by the Archbishop of Baltimore in 1917, the St. Jude Shrine is the
center of St. Jude Devotions in the United States. St. Jude Thaddeus has been dubbed "The Forgotten Saint" due ...
East meets West at The Walters. On one hand, its collection spans nearly the entire history of Western art. Its
spacious galleries are home to Greek and Roman statuary, Baroque carvings and a large collection of Renaissance paintings. On ...