Top of the World is the perfect starting point for any visit to the city and provides a breathtaking view of Baltimore's ... More
Top of the World
Top of the World is the perfect starting point for any visit to the city and provides a breathtaking view of Baltimore's skyline, harbor, and beyond. This city attraction featuring a spectacular 360-degree panoramic view of Baltimore has stationed binoculars and photo-map guides to help guests learn about local attractions, hotels, sites, and neighborhoods. In addition, it is a fully handicapped accessible attraction. Located on the 27th floor of the World Trade Center, the world's tallest pentagonal building is home to the only Baltimore attraction to offer an awe-inspiring view of Maryland's urban center.
Couldn't believe how far I could see. My son and I went to the top. Elevator ride is about 10 seconds. The cost was the cheapest thing we did in Baltimore-only five dollars each. I would definately recommend this to someone else.
probalby often overlooked because it rivals the Aquarium, the Science Center, Port Discovery (to name a couple of hot spots) the "Top of the World" is a "must see" to anyone traveling through. Be sure to look through the guest book when you sign it - people come from all over the world!
This tower gives an awesome view of the entire city of Baltimore for only $5. It is even better because it is a pentagon, so it shows 5 different views of the city, harbor and all other outlying areas. We went in the daytime and loved all the things we could see from the harbor to Federal Hill Park and everything in between. Being up that high also led us to go explore a couple of the things we saw from up there like a really cool water/sculpture thing across the street from Harborplace.
I am afraid of heights and I was fine with this attraction. There are many Baltimore exhibits on the observation level about famous Baltimore people, landmarks, etc. There is also a small gift shop on the observation level. Other than that, great views, low price - awesome attraction.
It is good to take pictures of the scenery, but it is tough to get in the pictures due to the sunlight outside and the light level inside. Even a flash did not help - the scenery turns out fine, but the people in the picture are just black outlines. There was even a professional photographer there and he said it is impossible to get a good shot of both the scenery and the people.
This was a beautify site. We ate at the top restaurant Windows to the World and we were just delighted. The site was a bit on the business section, but was just terrific once you were inside. We loved it, and will miss it tremendously.
This place adds a little something to the city that I didn't even know it was missing. Like any tall building plan on spending a hour or so looking around. You can see everything. I don't remember ever waiting in line. It's right on the water so it's easy to get to.
Low admission Price. It may sound like a corny tourist-ee thing to do but we were week-end tourists. Hey, you are in the Inner Harbor anyway, go up and take a look around the highest(27 stories) 5 sided building in USA.Read the information next to the windows,take it easy looking out,about,down and around.
You can see Baltimore's neighborhoods at a glance.
From the 'Top' you can visualize how Francis Scott Key could see "The bombs bursting in air and the rockets red glare" You can see Patterson Park (Hampstead Hill) where the British were stopped by the volunteers.
It's all there from the Shot Tower to Towson. It's an exciting place to be.
baltimore is a wonderful city and this place is just truly amazing. breathtaking views, and baltimore just is the city to be in. the suburbs are nice too. ellicott city and columbia are cool places to live as well
I could see all of Baltmore from up there. I saw I95, every buinding in Baltmore. I really love the fact that you are above the water. You can see boats for miles. With its five sides you acn find everything, many things from maltumbe views.
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