WHAT TO DO IN BALTIMORE
Passing through Baltimore? Stay and play awhile! Aloft BWI Baltimore Washington International Airport is just a stone's throw away from BWI Airport and in the heart of the BWI business district. Enjoy our free BWI airport shuttle service that makes getting to us easier.
Enjoy area attractions such as the Arundel Mills Mall and Maryland Live! Casino. Or for a change of scenery, head down to Baltimore Inner Harbor for some world-famous Maryland crabs and seafood, make a stop at Camden Yards to watch the Baltimore Orioles play ball or catch a Baltimore Ravens, 2012 Super Bowl Champions, football game. Then retreat back when you're ready to head home and hit the sack. Take a peek of our list of what to do in Baltimore and start planning your trip today!
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|Arundel Mills Mall||Looking to swipe some plastic? Enjoy a quick trip to Maryland's largest outlet mall, Arundel Mills Mall. Here you'll find over 200 stores, restaurants, and entertainment venues. Also stop by Maryland Live! Casino, open 24 hours daily.|
|Downtown Baltimore||Enjoy all the brand name stores and boutique shops of downtown Baltimore less than 20 minutes away!|
|National Aquarium at Baltimore||Learn about everything under the sea. Walk through this interactive aquarium and check out award winning exhibits that feature over 16,000 animals.|
|Baltimore Zoo||Enjoy a day with the family and learn about the natural habitats and habits of 200 animals including otters, polar bears, elephants, cheetahs, and more.|
|Port Discovery Children's Museum||
The Children's Museum offers interactive exhibits for the whole family and hands-on activities that run non-stop daily.
|Baltimore Maritime Museum||The historic vessels and landmarks of this museum bring to life the history of American naval power. The US Coast Guard Cutter Taney (only surviving warship in Pearl Harbor), USS Torsk (fired last two torpedoes in World War II), the lightship Chesapeake (served as a floating lighthouse for 40 years), and the Seven Foot Knoll Lighthouse (helped sailors navigate Chesapeake Bay for 133 years) all played a vital and heroic role in US military war and peacekeeping.|
|Baltimore Museum of Art||This museum has the second largest private collection of Andy Warhol's works. It also features Oceanic and American Indian art, a sizable Old Masters collection, and a beautiful sculpture garden.|
|Edgar Allen Poe Museum||Enjoy a museum dedicated to the famous author, Edgar Allen Poe. Learn about his childhood, his adult life, and indulge in some of this most famous works from The Raven, The Tell-Tale Heart, The Cask of Amontillad, and more.|
|Fort McHenry National Monument||Take a step into history and discover the role this star-shaped fort played in the War of 1812. It was during bombardment of the fort that Francis Scott Key was inspired to write "The Star-Spangled Banner", which later became our national anthem.|
|M&T Bank Stadium||Catch a Ravens' home game at M&T Bank Stadium, also referred to as "The Bank." The stadium is immediately adjacent to Oriole Park at Camden Yards.|
|Oriole Park at Camden Yards||Watch the Orioles play at Oriole Park at Camden Yards. Located in downtown Baltimore, the ballpark has easy access to other nearby attractions.|
|Maryland Live! Casino||Gamble the night away at Maryland Live! Casino. You'll find a great selection of slot machines, electronic table games, live entertainment, and much more. Ready to roll the dice?|
Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament
|Step back in time to the days of knights and princesses. Watch a live performance and enjoy a 4-course themed meal.|