Your Baltimore vacation
From its culinary scene and museums to its quirky characters and historical significance, Baltimore is a haven for travelers who dig high-end and low-brow -- in fact, the locals call them "culture vultures." Celebrate Edgar Allen Poe's birthday at Westminster Hall, and spot John Waters having a drink at Club Charles. Hop a water taxi and explore the Inner Harbor, chockablock with restaurants and shops.
Let Orbitz help you plan the perfect Baltimore vacation. With insider tips and top attractions, you'll get the skinny on Camden Yard, Fells Point and where to explore and eat on your Baltimore trip.
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Contemporary quarters shake up downtown?s cookie-cutter sceneThe 97-room Brookshire Suites Baltimore Inner Harbor puts a premium on character, located close to local attractions like National Aquarium, Baltimore Convention Center, Camden Yards and the Baltimore...
European decor, adventurous cuisine and a stunning rooftop health clubThe Royal Sonesta Harbor Baltimore hotel is right on the Inner Harbor and a short walk from major attractions. The hotel welcomes guests with lavish old-world decor and decidedly nouveau comforts like...
Baltimore beauty at its best The Mount Vernon Hotel offers guests the perfect Baltimore setting. The hotel is located near Charles Street, the Baltimore Convention Center, the Inner Harbor, stadiums and other area attractions. The historic and cultural center of Baltimore...
Art Deco landmark delivers total convenience in prime downtown localeThe historic Lord Baltimore Hotel is set in a French Renaissance Building located in the heart of downtown Baltimore, three blocks from the Inner Harbor. This cosy Maryland hotel offers over 20,000...
Located just blocks from the Downtown Inner Harbor and Harbor East, this Sleep Inn offers all of the advantages both business travelers and leisure guests are looking for, located in a quiet and convenient setting. Walking distance to most area attractions, experience the...
Sumptuous quarters in a spectacular, Beaux-Arts setting Housed in the former headquarters of Baltimore & Ohio Railroad (constructed in 1906), the iconic Hotel Monaco Baltimore hotel immerses guests in the splendors of a bygone, Beaux-Arts era. Its sweeping,...
Baltimore’s Inner Harbor hotel with urban edge and roof deck Everything about the Hyatt Regency Baltimore's design -- from its soaring, sunlit atrium lobby to the spectacular skyline deck -- emphasizes the grandeur of this hotel's Inner Harbor setting. Downtown's...
Downtown digs for a decent price -- hot breakfast included The Quality Inn Downtown hotel takes pride in its location first and foremost: Guests walk to the Inner Harbor and various attractions, including the Baltimore Convention Center and Camden Yards (home of the...
This Wyndham Baltimore Peabody Court is a European-style boutique hotel located in the historic Mt. Vernon cultural district, just a short walk from the central business district and the great shopping, dining and nightlife of the Inner Harbor. This hotel is just a mile...
City views out the window, first-rate attractions out the front doorFrom a location standpoint, this 365-room Holiday Inn Baltimore-Inner Harbor hotel is tough to beat. The hotel is three blocks from bustling Inner Harbor and in a one-mile radius of major attractions like...
American Visionary Art Museum
This modern museum on the Baltimore Bay is the only national gallery to show self-taught art. The collection includes works by visionary artists like Ho Baron, Leo Sewell and Ben Wilson, over 40 pieces from the Cabaret Mechanical Theatre of London, and a groovy outdoor kinetic sculpture garden.
Baltimore - Highlight - Inner Harbor
Baltimore's most photographed zone, this major 18th century seaport is now as a cultural hub. Dine aboard the Spirit of Baltimore, gaze at aquatic life at the National Aquarium, or ride a water taxi to Fort Henry.
Baltimore Museum of Art
Starting off small in 1914 with a single painting, the BMA now has 90,000 works of art, including the largest holding of works by Henri Matisse -- thanks to Baltimore's famous Cone sisters. See works by Picasso, Cézanne, Manet, Degas, Gauguin, van Gogh and Renoir.
Federal Hill Park
With the cannons to prove it, this two-time lookout saw a lot of action during the Civil War and the War of 1812. This lush, green meeting point is also home to the American Visionary Art Museum, Maryland Science Center and the Cross Street Market, a renovated 19th-century marketplace with great people watching.
Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine
Visit US history at this Baltimore treasure made famous for its successful defense of Baltimore Harbor from British naval attack and Francis Scott Key's "Star-Spangled Banner." An exhibit features the first official 49 and 50 star American flags.
Maryland Science Center
Spend an afternoon with dinosaurs, hands-on physics exhibits, and learn about the famous Chesapeake Bay native Blue Crab. Experience three levels of exhibits, including a planetarium, IMAX theatre and observatory.
Easily recognized by its pyramid, this water world features dolphin shows, a rooftop rainforest, multi-story shark tank, plus frogs, Atlantic puffins, rays and an impressive Australian animal exhibit.
The two-tier design of this major-league baseball stadium features great views of the Baltimore skyline. Spectators get standing room tickets to hang on Eutaw Street for an eye-level view of the game. Baseball history fans swing by the Sports Legend Museum and Babe Ruth Museum.
The National Great Blacks In Wax Museum
Visit the first wax museum of African American history in the nation. View over 100 wax figures and scenes, a full model slave ship and exhibitions highlighting outstanding Marylanders. An auditorium hosts lectures, films and dramatic presentations.
Walters Art Museum
Get a taste of ancient Egypt, view Greek sculpture and Roman sarcophagi at this free museum in the Mount Vernon neighborhood. Housed in a stately palazzo building, highlights also include medieval ivories, Chinese ceramics and Art Deco jewelry.