BALTIMORE - Visiting Baltimore for Sailabration and want to see more of the city? Here are 5 things you can do BESIDES the Star-Spangled Banner activities
Catch a game at Camden Yards
Camden Yards, home of the Baltimore Orioles, is celebrating 20 years this season. Get a full schedule here .
Location: 333 West Camden Street #1, Baltimore
Visit the American Visionary Art Museum
The works of art housed at the American Visionary Art Museum were created by self-taught artists and are held in renovated industrial buildings. This stunning building is even close to the Sailabration festivities! Get more information here .
Locatoin: 800 Key Highway, Baltimore
Visit the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Museum
Kids and their history-loving families will enjoy the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Museum. You might even be able to catch a train ride there. http://www.borail.org/
Location: 901 West Pratt Street, Baltimore
See Edgar Allan Poe’s ghost
Ghost-sitings of Edgar Allan Poe are not guaranteed when visiting the Edgar Allan Poe House and Museum, but you will see his former home, now a museum that houses some of Poe’s personal items, his portraits, and some claim, his ghost.
Location: 203 N. Amity Street, Baltimore
Visit the National Aquarium, Baltimore
Take a break from the heat at the National Aquarium. The Aquarium has exhibits for the whole family, including Animal Planet Australia. You can catch a dolphin show, check out the shark tank, or just enjoy all the animals.
Get more information and purchase tickets here: www.aqua.org.
Location: 501 E. Pratt Street, Baltimore
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