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    501 East Pratt Street

    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 ...

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    601 Light Street

    Maryland Science Center, this Inner Harbor museum features interactive exhibits that focus on physics, marine biology and astronomy. Among the most popular recent exhibits were three ...

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    2400 East Fort Avenue

    The sight of the American flag flying over Fort McHenry during the War of 1812 inspired Francis Scott Key to pen the national anthem, the 'Star Spangled Banner'. A replica of that flag waves over the ...

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    35 Market Place

    Port Discovery offers interactive fun for the whole family. The young and young at heart will enjoy the Dream Lab and the Exploration Center, where visitors make their dreams come true and learn how to make their ...

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    1415 Key Hwy

    This museum showcases the history of work in Baltimore, from the mid-19th century to the present day. The museum's gallery space and research center offers information about Maryland's businesses and ...

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    333 West Camden Street

    Opened in 1992, this baseball stadium incorporates the old Baltimore & Ohio RR Warehouse building into its asymmetrical design. The home plate and right field foul pole came from the old Memorial Stadium ...

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    10 Art Museum Drive

    The soul of this museum is its spacious wing dedicated to Modern American artists like Rothko, de Kooning, Pollock and their contemporaries. The museum has the second ...

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    301 East Pratt Street

    Commissioned in 1855, the USS Constellation was the last all-sail ship built by the United States Navy. Today, the historic vessel lies at anchor in Baltimore's Inner ...

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    401 E Pratt St

    Baltimore's World Trade Center - the world's tallest pentagonal building - is a must-see for anyone visiting Charm City. That's because the 27th-floor observation deck "Top of the World ...

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    833 West 36th Street

    This tiny store offers great 1970s kitsch, from handmade bags and wallets to stickers and artsy hair accessories. You'll also find an assortment of Japanese gifts, from ...