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Inner Harbor
The beautiful Inner Harbor is downtown’s centerpiece. After a famous 1980 revitalization,
the area has become a hub for many of the city’s top attractions and hotels.
Every afternoon, the USS Constellation pays homage to its historic past by staging a live cannon exercise.
The National Aquarium.
Get up-close with sharks and jellyfish.
Maryland Science Center.
Uncover dinosaur mysteries.
Port Discovery Children’s Museum. Experience a wonderland for kids and families.
Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Odditorium. See shrunken heads and walk through a mirror maze.
The World Trade Center.
Take in one of the best views of the harbor from the top of this tallest pentagonal building in the world.
Harbor East
A short walk from the Inner Harbor is Harbor East. Baltimore’s newest neighborhood is a glistening collection of luxury hotels, high-end boutiques and fine-dining options.
HISTORY LESSON The National Katyn Memorial, the striking 56-foot monument at the center of the Harbor East circle, was unveiled in 2000 to memorialize the victims of the 1940 Katyn massacre of Polish nationals by Soviet forces. Baltimore has an active Polish-American population, with many family businesses still operating in nearby Fell’s Point.
Under Armour’s First Brand House. Stock up on fitness gear at the athletic-wear
leader’s first brand house.
Boutique Shopping. Score luxury home goods, stylish clothes and more.
Chef-Driven Restaurants. Dine at top restaurants offering everything from Greek cuisine to Argentinian specialties. 7

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