More and more cities are becoming pet friendly and Baltimore is no exception. The Charm City has several options available for visitors who are planning a trip with their pets. Enjoy numerous parks and dog play parks or take a walk along the Inner Harbor to get your vacation off to a good start.
When you begin planning your trip to Baltimore, take into consideration some of these attractions as they are pet friendly. The Cylburn Arboretum near the Baltimore Museum of Art, for instance, is full of beautiful flora and fauna and boasts walking trails that both humans and their animal companions will enjoy. Remember to bring a bag to clean up after your pet. Cromwell Valley Park has seven pet-friendly walking paths and showcases the natural beauty of the area.
Cruises on the Bay by Watermark Baltimore and Seadog Cruises both offer boat trips on the Inner Harbor, where you are welcome to bring your pet along. Up for a scare? Baltimore Ghost Tours explores the haunted history of the city. Well behaved and leashed dogs are welcome to join. You can also walk along the shops and restaurants of the Inner Harbor before or after your tour to stock up on souvenirs and treats.
There are many dog friendly restaurants in Baltimore so you will not have to leave your pet in the hotel while you eat. Blue Pit BBQ, Regi’s American Bistro, and Iggie’s are three local favorites that welcome dogs and their owners. You can grab a coffee at Bark ‘N’ Bean, while your pup gets washed and groomed.
If you have a rental car at your disposal, pull up to Bengies Drive Inn Theatre, where dogs on leashes are welcome. This way, you both can catch the latest flick. It is up to you if you want to share your treats or not.