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Heavy Seas Beer
4615 Hollins Ferry Rd., Halethrope, MD 21227; 410-247-7822;
Fax: 410-247-7829
Baltimore’s largest craft brewery and makers of ExtrAARGHnary beer since 1995.
Horseshoe Casino Baltimore
1525 Russell St., Baltimore, MD 21230; 443-931-4200
An urban casino with video lottery terminals, table games, off-track betting, a WSOP room, authentic Charm City food outlets, three premier restaurants and multiple bars/lounges.
Howard Peters Rawlings Conservatory & Botanic Gardens 3100 Swann Dr., in Druid Hill Park, Baltimore, MD 21217;
410-396-0008; Fax: 410-523-8456 Features year-round displays of plants in the 1888 Palm House, the Orchid Room, Mediterranean House, Tropical House and Desert House.
Jewish Museum of Maryland
15 Lloyd St., Baltimore, MD 21202; 410-732-6400; Fax: 410-732-6451 Features exhibition galleries, two historic synagogues—Lloyd St. (1845) and
Bnai Israel (1876)—a research library, archives and gift shop.
Lexington Market
400 W. Lexington St., Baltimore, MD 21201; 410-685-6169;
Fax: 410-547-1864
Dating to 1782, the market offers meats, seafood, produce, international cuisine, prepared food and on-site dining from 130 merchants’ stalls; affordable catered meeting facilities are available.
Lock N’ Key Escape Room
1118 Light St., Unit B, Baltimore, MD 21230; 443-708-3667
This is an epic escape room and team- building experience for friends, families, gamers and co-workers.
Maryland 9/11 Memorial
401 E. Pratt St., World Trade Center, Baltimore, MD 21202;
410-767-6544; Fax: 410-333-1062 Inspired by a 9/11 artifact; three, 22-foot-long twisted and torn steel columns from the Twin Towers.
Maryland Historical Society
201 W. Monument St., Baltimore, MD 21201; 410-685-3750;
Fax: 410-962-7058
Offers diverse venues for unique events — galleries, courtyards, gardens and an auditorium. Private museum tours also available.
Maryland Science Center
601 Light St., Baltimore, MD 21230; 410-685-5225
Overlooks the Inner Harbor and features three levels of hands-on exhibits; save time for an IMAX film or planetarium show.
The Maryland Zoo In Baltimore
Druid Hill Park, Baltimore, MD 21217; 410-396-7102; Fax: 443-320-9027 Baltimore’s wildest attraction! The zoo
is home to more than 1,500 exotic mammals, birds and reptiles in a wooded, 180-acre setting. Special rental facilities are available for events and meetings, and parking is free.
McFadden Art Glass
6800 Eastern Ave., Baltimore, MD 21224; 410-631-6039
A glassblowing studio, art gallery and gift shop minutes from the Inner Harbor, featuring glassblowing demonstrations and hands-on activities.
McHenry Row
1580 Key Hwy., Baltimore, MD 21230; 844-852-1410
A new and charming place to live, shop, work and play in Baltimore’s Locust Point neighborhood.
Medieval Times Dinner
& Tournament
7000 Arundel Mills Cir., Arundel Mills, Hanover, MD 21076;
443-755-0011; Fax: 443-755-0033 Feast on a four-course meal and watch spectacular pageantry, exquisite horsemanship and authentic medieval jousting; find local discounts at www.
Monumental Helicopters
7505 General Aviation Dr., Ste. 1, Hangar 84, Ft. Meade, MD 20755; 410-491-4354
Experience history, the Chesapeake Bay and Annapolis, the Inner Harbor and sports the best way—by helicopter.
Mt. Pleasant Ice Arena
6101 Hillen Rd., Baltimore, MD 21239; 443-984-4075
Full-size rink offering public skating, ice hockey, sled hockey and skating lessons — perfect for private parties and group rentals. rec-parks/ice-arena
National Aquarium
501 E. Pratt St., Pier 3, Baltimore, MD 21202; 410-576-3869
Located in the heart of Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, the National Aquarium features more than 20,000 animals in award- winning habitats. Buy tickets online.
The National Great Blacks
in Wax Museum
1601-03 E. North Ave., Baltimore, MD 21213; 410-563-3404;
Fax: 410-563-7806
America’s first wax museum of African American history and culture features 150+ life-size and life-like wax figures.
National Katyn Memorial Foundation
President St., Baltimore, MD 21224; 410-960-6890
This outdoor sculpture by Andrew Pitynski at Katyn Circle in Harbor East is dedicated to all mistreated prisoners of war.
National Museum of Dentistry
31 S. Greene St., Baltimore, MD 21201; 410-706-0600; Fax: 410-706-8704
A museum celebrating the heritage
of present and future dentistry while sharing the importance of oral health in healthy lives.
Patterson Park
2601-A E. Baltimore St., Baltimore, MD 21224; 410-662-7158
Home to one of two ice rinks in the city, the park athletic fields are popular with neighborhood schools and churches. patterson-park
Patterson Park Boat Lake
Eastern and Milton Aves., Baltimore, MD 21224; 410-396-9392
An open-water and wetland habitat for fish, waterfowl and songbirds; features seasonal events each year. patterson-park
Port Discovery Children’s Museum
35 Market Pl., Baltimore, MD 21202; 410-727-8120
Offers three floors of educational and interactive exhibits, programs and activities for children up to age 10.
Power Plant/The Cordish Company
601 E. Pratt St., The Power Plant, Baltimore, MD 21202; 410-752-5444; Fax: 443-909-7558
The preeminent Inner Harbor dining/ retail complex features Phillips Seafood, Barnes & Noble, Hard Rock Cafe, Dick’s Last Resort and more.
Power Plant Live!
34 Market Pl., Baltimore, MD 21202; 410-727-LIVE; Fax: 410-659-9491 Features entertainment, restaurants and nightclubs, all spilling out into a common plaza with outdoor seating.
Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Baltimore
301 Light St., Light St. Pavilion, Baltimore, MD 21202; 443-615-7878 Features hundreds of unbelievable interactive exhibits, a 4-D moving theater and the Marvelous Mirror Maze.
Sagamore Spirit
301 E. Cromwell St., Baltimore, MD 21230; 410-624-7488
Open daily for tours and tastings. Committed to putting Maryland back on the map as the premier distiller of rye whiskey.
Sail Baltimore
3720 Dillon St., Baltimore, MD 21224; 410-522-7300; Fax: 410-522-3405
Sail Baltimore produces a free annual program of visiting ships from around
the world for visitors to enjoy, including international vessels, tall ships, military ships and environmental and educational vessels.
Skatepark of Baltimore
1201 W. 36th St., Baltimore, MD 21211; 410-916-5570
A public concrete destination skatepark in Roosevelt Park in Hampden. Free to ride. Open sun up to sun down.
Splash City Golf
101 W. Dickman St., Ste. 600, Baltimore, MD 21230; 267-980-1567 Hit biodegradable golf balls at targets floating in Baltimore’s historic Inner Harbor. We provide all necessary equipment, including clubs.
Team Chessie, the Paddle Boats and Electric Boats of Baltimore’s Inner Harbor
Historic Ships in Baltimore, Pier 1,
301 E. Pratt St., Baltimore, MD 21202; 410-528-1060
Enjoy a fun workout exploring the harbor in a regular paddle boat or popular “Chessie” paddle boat.
Terrapin Adventures
8600 Foundry St., #50 New Weave Building, Savage, MD 20763; 301-725-1313; Fax: 301-725-0445 Outdoor adventure center offering a climbing tower, zip line, giant swing and high ropes course, plus team-building facilities and programs.
Top of the World Observation Level
World Trade Center, 401 E. Pratt St., 27th Fl., Baltimore, MD 21202; 410-837-VIEW; Fax: 410-837-0845
A spectacular and unforgettable view of Baltimore awaits you from the top of the world’s tallest pentagonal building. New exhibits about local landmarks, famous people and “firsts” and historic events will engage and inspire you to explore more of Charm City!
Union Craft Brewing
1700 Union Ave., Baltimore, MD 21211; 443-414-8445
A craft brewery and tap room with a Baltimore heart, brewing right in the heart of the historic mill village of Woodbury.
Upton Boxing Center
1901 Pennsylvania Ave., Baltimore, MD 21217; 443-984-3655
Features a boxing ring, punching bags, heavy bags, a full weight room and showers. rec-parks/boxing-center
The Walters Art Museum
600 N. Charles St., Baltimore, MD 21201; 410-547-9000;
Fax: 410-727-7591
Features 55 centuries of art, including Egyptian mummies, medieval armor, illustrated manuscripts, Asian art and European masterpieces; enjoy audio tours and Saturday children’s activities. General admission is free.
Washington Monument and Mount Vernon Place
699 N. Charles St., Baltimore, MD 21201; 410-962-5070
The first U.S. heroic and civic monument was designed by Robert Mills.
Boat Cruises
American Sailing Tours
40 International Dr., Baltimore, MD 21202; 800-979-3370
Let’s Go Sailing. Explore with 90-minute day and night tours and private charters aboard the schooner Summer Wind.

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