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Baltimore's Inner Harbor

A major waterfront destination since the 1700s, Inner Harbor is a Baltimore landmark with a little something for everyone. From the National Aquarium and Baltimore Maritime Museum to Port Discovery Children's Museum and Maryland Science Center, you can spend an excellent afternoon strolling the waterfront. Street performers add an old-world charm, while a harbor cruise is a great way to see the city -especially before a steamed crab dinner.


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Open daily

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Free admission


  • Inner Harbor Arts Festival
  • July 4th Celebration
  • New Year's Eve Fireworks


  • Shopping
  • Dining
  • Nightlife
  • Entertainment
  • Sightseeing

Dining at Inner Harbor

When you come to Baltimore, you better come hungry. And there's no better place to whet your appetite than the Inner Harbor. From local delicacies like Maryland crab, to steak and Cuban-inspired fare, the only thing sweeter than your menu pick might be the waterfront views.

History of the Baltimore Waterfront

This bustling seaport and tourist attractions has a storied past dating back to the 18th Century. The ship industry started to dry up in the 1900's, so the focus turned to redevelopment in the 1950's and 60's. Today HarborPlace is the main component of a completely refurbished waterfront district where locals and tourists mingle happily.


  • What is the water taxi schedule?

    With 17 landing points, the Baltimore Water Taxi is an imaginative way to tour the city from a new perspective. In the warmer months, taxis run frequently between 10am and 11 pm (8pm on Sundays) and 11am to 6pm in the winter. For the full schedule and details, check out the website

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