Explore Baltimore’s Inner Harbor
Just have fun at Baltimore’s Inner Harbor! Whether you’re just strolling along the waterfront, celebrating a special occasion, or looking for a fun activity for the entire family, you’ll discover everything you need at the Waterfront.
There is so much to see at the Maryland Science Center, and even more to do! From interactive exhibits, a planetarium and a giant screen theater, to science encounters and live shows. Learn something new everyday!
Baltimore is a fascinating – and beautiful – city to see from the water. Sightseeing along the waterways will include many attractions of the Inner Harbor such as the iconic Domino Sugar sign, Fort McHenry, the Key Bridge, Fell’s Point, Under Armour and more. Watermark’s well trained crew makes getting on the water in Baltimore easy, safe and fun!
Discover lunch, brunch and dinner cruises with stunning skyline views or just relax on a 1hr Inner Harbor sightseeing cruise. It’s up to you how you want to discover Baltimore City from the water, but one thing is for certain – you haven’t fully experienced Baltimore until you see it from the water!
Find everything you need to plan your perfect itinerary in Baltimore at this modern and welcoming, state-of-the-art space. Professional staff and highly trained volunteers provide one-on-one personalized visitor information services, reservations and ticketing services.
The iconic Harborplace pavilions first opened their doors on July 2, 1980 to international fanfare and admiration from city residents and visitors alike. Today the pavilions house select retail and dining establishments while charting the course for their future.
Explore award-winning exhibits and meet over 20,000 animals from all over our blue planet—from the depths of the ocean to the canopy of the rain forest—and discover the connection they all share with water.
Located at the top of the World Trade Center, this attraction provides an awe-inspiring view of Maryland’s urban center with floor-to-ceiling windows. Did you know? The World Trade Center is a 31-story pentagonal office tower built in 1977 and is the world’s tallest regular pentagonal building!
As the premier children’s museum in the mid-Atlantic, Port Discovery Children’s Museum educates children and inspires life-long curiosity. Their play-to-learn philosophy opens the door for children to discover and explore the world around them and to lead smarter, healthier, more engaged lives.
Welcome to Baltimore’s premier dining and entertainment destination. Whatever your mood, whatever your age, there’s always something happening here. From restaurants & bars to events and live music, Power Plant Live! offers a little bit of something, for everyone.
TASTE & SHOP
- Rusty Scupper
- Flying Fruit Cafe (Kiosk on the Promenade)
- Rita’s Italian Ice (Kiosk on the Promenade)
- Harborplace Restaurant and Retail Directory
- Fogo de Chão Brazilian Steakhouse
- Blackwall Hitch
- Miss Shirley’s Cafe
- Lucky’s Coffee, Ice Cream and Candy
- Hard Rock Cafe
- Potbelly Sandwich Shop
- McCormick & Schmicks
- Ruth’s Chris Steak House