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Visiting Baltimore’s Waterfront

baltimore-overheadThe Inner Harbor is the center of activity for visitors to Baltimore. Baltimore’s harbor connects the city to the Chesapeake Bay. In the Inner Harbor area you’ll find the glass enclosed market of Harborplace, the National Aquarium, the recently restored U.S. Frigate Constellation, the Maryland Science Museum and Davis Planetarium, and Oriole Park at Camden Yards.

The Baltimore Convention Center is located downtown, between the Inner Harbor and the Orioles Park baseball stadium.  The address is One Pratt Street.  Click here for a good map that shows where the convention center is located in relation to hotels and other downtown Baltimore features.

The Water Taxi connects Baltimore’s attractions and is a great way to get around.  The Water Taxi stops at the Aquarium, Harborplace, the Maryland Science Center, Little Italy, Fells Point, and Fort McHenry.

Carnival, Royal Caribbean and a small-ship cruise line offer cruises from Baltimore, MD. Two of the most popular trips are Baltimore to Bermuda cruises and Chesapeake Bay Cruises. Baltimore cruises are a good option for the millions of Americans within driving distance of the port.  Visit Baltimore Cruise Guide for information on Baltimore Cruises.

If you’d like to explore the Inner Harbor by water, visit our Baltimore Harbor Cruises page for sightseeing and dinner cruise options.

You can stay close to everything the Inner Harbor has to offer at by choosing a well-located hotel. Some of the best-rated hotels in the Inner Harbor neighborhood include:


Suitcase iconFour Seasons Baltimore


Suitcase iconHampton Inn Baltimore-Downtown-Convention Center


Suitcase iconRoyal Sonesta Harbor Court Baltimore


Follow the links below for more information about visiting Baltimore, including things to do and places to stay.


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