Drive over to the Baltimore Visiter Center, which is across the street from the Trolley starting point. Park in an outdoor lot (which is going to cost me $22 for 2 hours and 14 minutes).
Go to the Visitor Center, get some brochures and talk to some of the workers there.
Board Trolley at 11. Starts raining. Tour Baltimore in the rain. Pass through Little Italy area, Poes Grave, Fort McHenry.
Get off trolley around 12:30, get car (pay $22), head over to the Jewish Museum and Synogogues.
Go to the Jewish Museum. Get guided tours of the 2 synagoges from a blind tour guide (Robin). First stop is the Lloyd Street Synogogue (3rd oldest in the USA, 1845), Check out the temple, then go downstairs, see the old boys school, a Mikvah (a water conversion bath thing), and an oven where the matzohs were made. Then walk over to the newer synogogue (1876), the B'nai Israel Synagoue, which is still used. Tour the temple.
Get to the Poe house and there's a sign on the door saying the museum closed today at 2, it was about 2:10. So head over to the Babe Ruth house again (just swap the 2 on the itinerary). Get to the Ruth House around 2:15. Take a self guided tour through the house. Just 2 floors. Take pictures. Watch a documentary on Ruth. Stop in gift shop.
Then head up to the Walters Art Museum. Check out the Walters Art Museum. Just amazing. Beautiful galleries with art filled rooms.
Day 2 - drive over to the Geppi Entertainment Museum at the Camden Station by the ball park. An amazing museum of pop culture memorbilia. Comic books, toys and collectibles from the 20th century. Popeye, Howdy Doody, Underdog, Beatles, many many more. Go to gift shop.
Then drive over to the Holocaust Memorial. A big flame with bodies. Long cement wall which resembles the railroad cars that transported the jews to Auschwitz. Primo Levi quote on the wall.
Then drive to the Edgar Allen Poe grave. Park car, go over to cemetery, take pictures.
Then drive back to the Edgar Allen Poe house. In a horrible neighborhood. Surrounded by low class housing and not the most pleasant looking folks. Go into the house. $4 admission. 2 floors, self guided. The bedroom is on the 3rd floor. You can walk up the stairs and look in, but the room is roped off. Take pictures of house.
Then head up to The Baltimore Museum of Art. Get there around 2. Nice collection. Also check out the modern half.