Baltimore has become a major tourist attraction on the east coast. The National Aquarium is located in the Inner Harbor, which is home to many historical ships, including the U.S. warship that was in Pearl Harbor during the Japanese attack on December 7, 1941. Other attractions include Oriole Park at Camden Yards, Fort McHenry, Walters Art Musuem, the B&O Railroad Museum and the Babe Ruth childhood home and museum. Baltimore is also surrounded by major cities including Washington D.C and Philadelphia.

Dining & Nightlife

La Scala
La Scala is dedicated to a menu that balances the very best in traditional Italian cuisine as well as innovative specialties. The restaurant offers an elegantly casual atmosphere accented perfectly with Chef Nino's authentic and unforgettable creations.
Nick's Fish House
Nick's Fish House is located in the Port Covington Area of Baltimore. They offer the freshest seafood, regional specialties, and the best steamed crabs in town. Their menu serves up something for everyone from deck fries to famous crab cakes. The waterfront deck is the perfect spot whether you want to enjoy a craft beer or orange crush during happy hour or bring the whole family in for dinner. Open year round for lunch and dinner.
Penny Black
Located on the Waterfront in Historic Fells Point, Penny Black is a family-owned tavern specializing in refined American pub fare.

Activities & Recreation

Hippodrome Theatre
The legendary Hippodrome Theatre opened on November 23, 1914 and, for over 70 years, served as a movie palace that also showcased some of the top vaudeville performances of the time. It shuttered briefly and reopened with a stunning renovation in 2004 as The France-Merrick Performing Arts Center and continues to provide world-class entertainment to downtown Baltimore ever since as the crown jewel of the newly established Bromo Tower Arts & Entertainment District.
Oriole Park at Camden Yards
Oriole Park at Camden Yards, often referred to simply as Camden Yards, is home to the Baltimore Orioles. It is the first of the "retro" major league ballparks constructed during the 1990s and early 2000s, and remains one of the most highly praised. It was completed in 1992 to replace Memorial Stadium.
Inner Harbor
From family-friendly museums and restaurants that satisfy every palate to exciting nightlife, cultural experiences and spectacular people-watching, Baltimore's Inner Harbor offers more to see and do than.