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Best things to do in Baltimore

“The Aquarium located close by in Baltimore City is an under the sea adventure worth exploring!”
82 locals recommend
Art Museum
“Located downtown this museum is FREE and showcases thousands of years of art from around the world. Check their calendar because they also offer tours, performances, art-making and lectures.”
91 locals recommend
Historic Site
“Amazing views of our city and so much fun with a group. We’re proud of how much history is here in Baltimore. ”
71 locals recommend
“A fun, quirky, totally Baltimore museum with an amazing café located near the Inner Harbor.”
74 locals recommend
Art Museum
“Lovely museum near the main campus of Hopkin's University, I love the sculpture garden.”
63 locals recommend
Art Museum
“It’s a pretty decent museum. Has a bit of everything, from modern exhibits to Picasso & Matisse paintings. Lost of historical information. ”
47 locals recommend
Science Museum
“Great adventure for those interested in new things coming in the field of Science.”
32 locals recommend
Art Museum
“If you like creative artwork, you'll enjoy this cool museum which is a 5 minute walk away from you.”
31 locals recommend
“This museum is truly unique. If you are interested in African American history and identity, you should consider a visit. It is an often-overlooked destination because it is located outside of main tourism and commercial corridors.”
9 locals recommend
“Experience moments of wonder at one of the nation's top Children's Museums. ”
19 locals recommend
History Museum
“Edgar Allan Poe is one of the most influential American writers of the 19th century. He is famous for writing science fiction and short stories of mystery.”
9 locals recommend
“Worth the trip just to see the architecture. A beautiful building in an historic neighborhood.”
22 locals recommend
History Museum
“Learn about the history of one of the first and most influential railroad companies in America.”
10 locals recommend
History Museum
“You can find discounted tickets on Groupon. The museum is next to the water and Baltimore Sailing Club. It is also the bus stop for the charm city circulator (city's free bus).”
6 locals recommend
Historic Site
“A hidden, but interesting little museum located on the birthplace of Babe Ruth. Worth a trip if you are a baseball fan”
13 locals recommend
Art Gallery
“If you are visiting baltimore as perspective MICA student or short term professor, you can walk to the university! If you love art you an check out the many gallaries and student shows. ”
9 locals recommend