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Getting around in Baltimore

Baseball Stadium
“10 minute ride out to watch some baseball in one of the historic stadiums in history. ”
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Aquarium
“Considered one of the world's best aquariums, the National Aquarium's mission is to inspire conservation of the world's aquatic treasures. It champions environmental initiatives by engaging with visitors, volunteers, education groups and schools to actively participate in the preservation of the world's natural resources and living systems. The National Aquarium delivers meaningful experiences through its living collection of more than 20,000 animals from more than 800 species of fish, birds, amphibians, reptiles, marine mammals and sharks, as well as through exclusive behind-the-scenes experiences like sleepovers and tours, science-based education programs and hands-on experiences in the field. (18 miles from our location)”
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Art Museum
“If you like creative artwork, you'll enjoy this cool museum which is a 5 minute walk away from you.”
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Bus Station
“Vendor stalls, fish market, prepared foods and other great finds...take your time and sample all the local foods. ”
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Historic Site
“At the heart of Balimore's toniest urban neighborhood is America's first Washington Monument. Climb the 227 steps for great views of the city, and when you're done enjoy the cruciform park that stretches out from the monument's base. Each wing has its own fountain and cultivated grounds -- a great place to spend an afternoon reading outside.”
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Light Rail Station
“Penn station connects the local light rail to the MARC trains to get you to Washington DC, as well as Amtrak trains to get you anywhere else.”
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Light Rail Station
“Since 1782, the market has provided fresh meats, seafood, produce, international cuisine, prepared foods and in-market dining. Above the 130 merchants' stalls, affordable, catered meeting facilities are available.”
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Transit Station
“Small waterfront park, access to the promenade that stretches for miles around the harbor. Beautiful place for walks/runs and will take you to inner harbor and then to Federal Hill if you continue on. You can also get on the water taxi from this location to anywhere around the harbor.”
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History Museum
“For those who are fans of trains and railroad equipment. Check out the calendar to find about upcoming kid events. ”
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Pier
“The Water Taxi is a great way to see the harbor without need to rent an expensive boat. And it's practical if you want to go check out Fed Hill or Locust Point. While Landing 1, shown here on the map is walking distance, there's one even closer- Landing 11, that does not show up on the map!”
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Sporting Goods Shop
“You can go here and rent a GREAT bike and they will tell you how to head out on the Gwyns Falls Trails which is through nature and parks in Western park of the city! It's a fun thing for activity seekers and get's you outside the city and active! It's about a 10 mile ride out and then 10 miles back if you go all the way but so fun!”
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History Museum
“You can find discounted tickets on Groupon. The museum is next to the water and Baltimore Sailing Club. It is also the bus stop for the charm city circulator (city's free bus).”
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Bus Station
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Bus Station
“Great option for getting to and from NYC ... on a budget (and now with WiFi and bathrooms on board). Stops at Penn Station in Baltimore- just a quick $5 Uber ride to the house. ”
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Transit Station
“Nearest light rail station. This will take you all the way to BWI and up to the county north of Baltimore, also stops at Penn Station.”
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Bus Station
“There may be an entrance fee here but it's worth it. A beautiful African American museum with rotating exhibits just off Baltimore's inner harbor. ”
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