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Best things to do in Baltimore

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

“Lots of sites, sounds and fun and interesting things to see, do, listen to and eat!”
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“This is really a must-see if you have never been. Buy tickets in advance online. I have just recently been, and there are more exhibits than ever. Try to go early morning or late afternoon during the summer season. ”
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“Lots of good live music. Waterfront hotel my fav, Cats Eye Pub, Horse you came in on, The point and a few others if you want to bar hop music on the waterfront. ”
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Art Museum
“Free admission. Can get cheap or free street side parking if you look around.”
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Baseball Stadium
“Always great to catch a game because the stadium is right across the street!”
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“Brewery/restaurant making the best beer and some really great food. You don't really see the brewery part...but the restaurant is beautiful. The basement is one of the coolest hangs in Baltimore. You'll need to drive/uber there. You can get off on the cheap there (two beers and their rosemary fries gets you out for $20 after tip), but you can also rack up a bill with some of their $30 entrees.”
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Historic Site
“Home of the Star Spangled Banner. A short 10-minute orientation film is shown every half hour beginning at 9:05 am. Restrooms, exhibits, and a gift shop are also located in the building.”
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New American Restaurant
“One of the best-known farm-to-table restaurants in the area. Not cheap, but generally very good food. If you're looking for a higher end dinner or brunch, Woodberry Kitchen usually lives up to the hype!”
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“Super close, large park with plenty to do. Great place for a run or scenic walk.”
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Indie Movie Theater
“Art house movie theatre with lots of showtimes just around the corner! A Baltimore classic!”
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Football Stadium
“M&T Bank Stadium – without a doubt – is where NFL excitement begins any given Sunday. And that's because Baltimore Ravens home games and M&T Bank Stadium have become synonymous with winning. Ravens fans - proud of their Baltimore heritage - enjoy the latest in technology, including stunning high definition RavensVision video screens, a new high-density WiFi network and state-of-the-art concourse designs. Combined with extraordinary amenities, the game's excitement gives fans, friends and families an opportunity to enjoy the day together. With a capacity of 71,008, this impressive structure draws its design from the best of Baltimore's architecture.”
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“Contemporary and often interactive museum housed in a unique building across from the harbor. Great for families or anyone seeking the proudly off-centered.”
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“Head up to this park during the day and then head back at night! This the best outdoor view in Baltimore and overlooks the whole city. It's a great little walk, like a mini urban hike!”
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Art Museum
“Don't miss out on this museum - Free entrance! So take advantage and check out all the modern (and not so modern) art!”
81local recommendations
“A 135-acre park located in historic Druid Hill Park that includes lions, bears, penguins, chimpanzees, giraffes, elephants, and more.”
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