3 hours 18 minutes to Bentley Hotel
Since the late 1970’s, a good part of Baltimore’s action focuses around the festive Inner Harbor area, where you’ll see entertainers, concerts, fireworks and parades on a daily basis. There are all sorts of interesting landmarks, unique shops and restaurants surrounding the Harbor area.
Fells Point is the oldest area of Baltimore reminiscent of an old English village with pubs and cobblestone streets. The kids will enjoy the aquarium and the imaginative creations at the American Visionary Art Museum. Stop by the Babe Ruth Birthplace and Museum for an in-depth look at the “Great Bambino’s” life. Baltimore is also known for its African-American heritage, plus the festivals and cultural events that take place throughout the year. From historic places and harbor cruises to family friendly attractions and fabulous neighborhoods, Baltimore is a top tourist destinations in the United States.
At the Baltimore Visitor Center you can pick up valuable coupons for local attractions and restaurants. Another great way to save money is by purchasing an MTA pass, which is good for the subway, light rail, and buses. The Baltimore Pass is an ideal way to see many museums for one low fee.
Places in Baltimore you’ll want to visit include:
- The National Aquarium, located in the Inner Harbor district
- The American Visionary Art Museum
- The Walters Art Museum
- Camden Yards, the Orioles’ park
- See the USS Constellation at the Baltimore Maritime Museum
- The Fort McHenry National Monument
- The Edgar Allan Poe House & Museum
Baltimore is 3 hours 35 minutes to JFK International Airport.