is host to the world's tallest pentagonal building.
You may want to check out the awesome view of the city's horizon and skyline.
If you like sea animals you will want to check out Baltimore's national aquarium.
If you enjoy science and the earth's natural wonders you don't want to miss Maryland's
Science Center. Baltimore has many beautiful resorts and 5 star hotels. You may
also want to pay a visit to the Baltimore zoo it is the perfect place for you
and your family.
Babe Ruth Museum
Would you like to visit baseball’s greatest legend? Then you will want
to visit the Babe Ruth Museum. George Herman Ruth was born here in 1895. The
legendary baseball player almost had his house demolished. This museum explains
how and why the house was almost demolished and how they managed to save it.
The street is now a baseball shrine. Hours: (Monday through Sunday) April through
October: 10am to 5pm, and until 7pm on all Orioles home game days. November
through March: 10am to 4pm. Closed Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day and New Years
Day. Admission Adults: $6; Senior Citizens (60 and up): $4; Children (5-16):
$3. For group tours, call ahead for rates and reservations: Members and children
under 5 are free.
Baltimore Civil War Museum
The Baltimore Civil war museum was built in 1849. The museum was the site to
an underground railway that wreaked havoc during the civil war. There are many
different kinds of exhibits showing how rough live was in this time period.
Everyone from all ages will find this museum to be unique and you will see the
different turning points in of black American history at this museum. Admission:
Adults $3; children ages 13 to 17, students with ID and seniors $2; children
under 12 and Maryland Historical Society members, free.
Baltimore Museum of Industry
You can’t go wrong here, the admission is free and there is much to see
and do. You can see the 1906 SS Baltimore tugboat, or even a 19th century print
shop, or even an old fashioned garment loft. The choices are yours.
Baltimore Streetcar Museum
When world war one began it put a strain on labor resources and eventually women
were hired as drivers and motormen to replace the men who had left for war.
This museum will bring to life the rich tradition of streetcars and will entertain
everyone of all ages. This is truly a great historical experience. Adults $6.00
Senior Citizens $3.00 Children (4-11) $3.00 Children under 4 FREE Family Maximum
$24.00 Admission includes: Unlimited rides on original Baltimore streetcars,
Access to Displays, Audio visual presentation of Baltimore's streetcar history,
Guided Carhouse Tour, Gift shop
The Baltimore Zoo is home to the largest colony of African black-footed penguins
in the United States. The Zoo is located in Druid Hill Park with over 2,700
animals, including Zebras, gazelles, leopards, rhinos, chimpanzees, warthogs,
lions, giraffes, and more. The Zoo is an exciting place for children to explore
the natural wonders of our beautiful planet. Imagine the look on their face
as they see an animal giving birth, or when they hear a lion roar. It is truly
an unforgettable experience.