Local Attractions

Baltimore Maritime Museum

802 S. Caroline Street
Phone: 410-396-3453
410-396-3393
Website: http://www.historicships.org/

Tour USS Torsk, last victorious WWII submarine; USCGC Taney, last Pearl Harbor survivor afloat; Lightship Chesapeake, guiding mariners safely; and the 7-foot Knoll Lighthouse, which marked the mouth of the Chesapeake Bay for 33 years.


Baltimore Public Works Museum

751 Eastern Avenue
Pier 7 of the Inner Harbor
Phone: 410-396-5565
410-545-6781

Explore the dynamic interrelationships of public works and urban life. Learn about the history of Baltimore's public works and the fascinating technology behind clean drinking water, recycling, tunnels and more!


Baltimore Yacht Charters, Ltd.
c/o Inner Harbor East Marina

801 Lancaster Street
Phone: 410-837-9100
410-837-9741
Website: http://www.baltimorecharters.com

Exclusive agent of the 75-foot yacht Royal Blue with spacious decks, two bars, uniformed crew, tastefully decorated and equipped for luxurious entertaining and dining. Specializing in weddings, corporate planning and parties.


Bay Lady and Lady Baltimore
Harbor Cruises, Ltd.

301 Light Street
Phone: 410-727-3113
410-727-6854
Website: Website:

The Ladies offer year-round lunch, brunch and dinner cruises. Crab feasts, Annapolis and Moonlights in the summer. The Prince runs one-hour narrated tours four times daily from April-October. All available for private charter.


Clipper City, Inc.

5022 Campbell Boulevard
Suite F
Phone: 410-931-6777
410-931-6705
Website: http://www.sailingship.com

Baltimore's tall ship, a topsail schooner, sails from the Inner Harbor daily for general public; available for private corporate, convention and wedding charters. Can accommodate up to 140 passengers.


Ed Kane's Water Taxi

1735 Lancaster Street
Phone: 410-563-3901
410-276-3125
Website: http://www.thewatertaxi.com

Our water transportation system of 16 blue and white boats is the oldest of its kind in the country. One price for all day, unlimited on-off service; transports you to over 30 attractions and neighborhoods. Group discounts and tours available.


Harborplace and The Gallery at Harborplace

200 E. Pratt Street
Phone: 410-332-4191
410-547-7317
Website: http://www.harborplace.com

The heart of Baltimore's renowned Inner Harbor, Harborplace and The Gallery feature a mix of 101 unique shops, 16 sit-down restaurants and 40 diverse eateries, and live entertainment on the waterfront.


Maryland Science Center

601 Light Street
Phone: 410-545-5927
410-545-5973
Website: http://www.mdsci.org

One of Baltimore's premier locations for family entertainment. Located at the famed Inner Harbor, we offer three full floors of hands-on exhibits, IMAX films, planetarium shows, kids' room, observatory, Science Store and a new cafe.


National Aquarium in Baltimore
Pier 3

501 E. Pratt Street
Phone: 410-576-3800
410-576-8641
Website: http://www.aqua.org

Dive in for an unforgettable journey under the sea. Stunning exhibits and more than 11,000 aquatic animals make this Inner Harbor destination Baltimore's most popular attraction. Express entry available when you purchase tickets online at www.aqua.org.


Nautical Destinations

105 Eastern Avenue
Suite 101
Phone: 410-269-4213
410-269-4215
Website: http://www.nauticaldestinations.com

Your one-stop source featuring customized yacht charters, both sailboat and motor yacht, and special waterfront events for groups in Baltimore, Annapolis and the Eastern Shore!


Port Discovery, the Kid-Powered Museum

35 Market Place
Phone: 410-727-8120
410-727-3042
Website: http://www.portdiscovery.org

Voted Top Five Children's Museum in the U.S. (Child Magazine, Feb. 2002), Port Discovery, the Kid-Powered Museum offers ever-changing, interactive exhibits and programs for kids ages 2-12.


Power Plant - The Cordish Company

601 E. Pratt Street
The Power Plant, 6th Floor
Phone: 410-752-5444
410-659-9491
Website: http://www.cordish.com

The Power Plant, located in Baltimore's Inner Harbor, is the country's preeminent entertainment complex. Featuring Hard Rock Cafe, Barnes & Noble, Gold's Gym and the first-ever ESPN Zone. It's the perfect downtown destination.


Power Plant Live!

34 Market Place
Phone: 410-727-LIVE
410-659-9491
Website: http://www.powerplantlive.com

Baltimore's premier dining and entertainment district, located adjacent to Baltimore's Inner Harbor. This exciting development features entertainment, restaurants and nightclubs all spilling out into a common plaza with outdoor seating.


Pride of Baltimore, Inc.
World Trade Center

401 E. Pratt Street
Suite 222
Phone: 410-539-1151
410-539-1190
Website: http://www.prideofbaltimore.org

Pride of Baltimore II, a representative of an 1812-era Baltimore Clipper, promotes economic trade and tourism for Maryland and Baltimore city. When in home Chesapeake Bay waters, she provides public day sails and is available for group sails/receptions.


Sailing Ketch Pintita

208 Taplow Road
Phone: 410-342-3110
410-342-5421
Website: http://www.sailthepintita.com

Experience your own custom charter sail on the Pintita, a beautiful 45-foot Endeavour Sailing Ketch, licensed for private parties up to 20. Personalized service, an all-weather cockpit and air-conditioned. Call Getaway Sailing at 410-342-3110.


Seaport Taxi

802 S. Caroline Street
Phone: 410-675-2900
410-675-4819

Enjoy downtown attractions on the newest and most comfortable boats in the Inner Harbor. Try our free van service to Fort McHenry and restaurants. We also specialize in charters and large groups.


Top of the World Observation Level
World Trade Center

401 E. Pratt Street
27th Floor
Phone: 410-837-VIEW
410-837-0845

Experience a breathtaking 360-degree view of Baltimore's skyline, harbor and beyond from the world's tallest pentagonal shaped building, designed by I.M. Pei. City history and culture exhibits support the awe-inspiring view. Get to know Charm City from a new perspective -- from the Top.


USS Constellation Museum
Pier 1

301 E. Pratt Street
Phone: 410-539-1797
410-539-6238
Website: http://www.constellation.org

Built in 1854, USS Constellation is the last all-sail warship built by the U.S. Navy and the only Civil War era naval vessel still afloat. Open daily. History comes alive with hourly 'hands-on' demonstrations and tours.