The quintessential tourist activity, a ride on an amphibious former-WWII military 'Duck' shows visitors the city via land and water.
Top of the World Observation Deck
For a bird's-eye view of Baltimore, head to the observation deck at the World Trade Center.
Baltimore Maritime Museum
Ship-lovers can take a tour through four historic ships: a Coast Guard cutter that saw action in Pearl Harbor, a 1930 lightship, a...
Howl at the Moon
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USS Constellation information
Ship-lovers should consider a visit to the Baltimore Maritime Museum , which offers ship tours aboard a Coast Guard Cutter, lightship and submarine. The highlight of the Inner Harbor is the separately operated USS Constellation , one of the last sail-powered warships built by the US Navy. A joint ticket gets you on board all four ships and the Seven Foot Knoll Lighthouse on Pier 5.