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Baltimore see + do

Compact, easily navigable, and full of personality, Baltimore is an ideal urban getaway, mixing world-class attractions and hidden gems with wander-worthy neighborhoods. Its aquarium and ballpark set the national standard for downtown-revival projects, while its museums celebrate Impressionist masters and self-taught window-screen painters. Hop on a water taxi to sightsee Baltimore via boat, getting a feel for the port city's maritime charms. It's also fun to just stroll the narrow cobblestone streets of Fells Point and the goofy vintage shops in Hampden. But no trip to Baltimore is complete without sampling the city's famous crab cakes and having a go at duckpin bowling.

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American Visionary Art Museum, Baltimore

Don't go here expecting to see a collection of Old Masters and postmodern abstractionists. This Federal Hill museum has a populist mission: to celebrate the...more

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Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore

Set three miles north of the Inner Harbor in parklike Charles Village, adjacent to Johns Hopkins University, the Baltimore Museum of Art may surprise first-time...more

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Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine, Baltimore

The National Anthem was inspired by this world-famous fort commanding the entrance to Baltimore's Inner Harbor, which withstood a daunting 25-hour bombardment...more

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National Aquarium in Baltimore, Baltimore

Just as Baltimore's Camden Yards influenced sports stadia across America, the aquarium's 1981 opening represented a watershed moment in urban fish-tank design....more

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Oriole Park at Camden Yards, Baltimore

Camden Yards was the game-changer when it debuted in 1992, sparking a retro-ballpark boom that continues to this day. The old-school brick facade, steel...more

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The Walters Art Museum, Baltimore

A small museum with a strong personality, this institution owes its existence to William Walters, a 19th-century Baltimore railroad baron who annually opened...more

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