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Baltimore Inner Harbor
Baltimore Inner Harbor

Baltimore Inner Harbor

Pratt Street, Baltimore, MD 21202

The Basics

Highlights include the Harborplace shopping center, waterfront restaurants serving up fresh seafood and other specialties, and Baltimore’s pyramid-shaped National Aquarium—home to jellyfish, dolphins, and sharks. You can also learn about the city’s seafaring history at the Maritime Museum.

Whether you want to stroll along the promenade or cruise above the city in a helicopter, there are multiple options for exploring Baltimore’s Inner Harbor area. Dinner cruises and yacht charters are a good way to explore Chesapeake Bay, while ghost tours and walking tours typically depart from the Inner Harbor area and include visits to sites such as Key Bridge, Fort McHenry, and the Federal Hill neighborhood.

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Baltimore Inner Harbor Sail on Summer Wind
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Baltimore Inner Harbor Sail on Summer Wind
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$65.00 per adult
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Total relaxation
We sat in total relaxation, the wind in our hair, sunlight on our faces. Heaven Tom and Tom were great.
April_W, Aug 2022

Recent reviews from experiences in Baltimore

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Excellent service
Naveed_S, Jul 2022
Baltimore Inner Harbor Sightseeing Tour
The cruise was good and clean. Family and kids enjoyed it. Good experience. Everyone need to try it.
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Nice sail around the...
Rebecca_C, Aug 2022
Baltimore Inner Harbor Sail on Summer Wind
Nice sail around the harbor. Friendly and casual crew made everyone feel welcome. Enjoyable and memorable!
star-4
Very nice thing to do
Dominique_D, Aug 2022
Baltimore Inner Harbor Sightseeing Tour
My experience was great. It was something fun and different to do. The bartender and crew were amazing very friendly and personable.
star-5
Educational and fun
Sue_K, Aug 2022
Baltimore Inner Harbor Sightseeing Tour
We enjoyed the commentary and the view! The crew was very friendly! I would take the cruise again and again!
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Relax n Sail
Linda_S, Jul 2022
Baltimore Inner Harbor Sail on Summer Wind
Loved the relaxing sail with music. A new perspective on Baltimore was refreshing Liked the size of the group. Crew very friendly too
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Informative cruise
Julie_D, Aug 2022
Baltimore Inner Harbor Sightseeing Tour
Enjoyable short cruise. Informative about the history of the harbor and buildings. The breeze was welcoming as it was a hot day. If there was anything the drinks that you could purchase was overpriced. Nearly $18 for 2 beers! You expect to pay a little more but that was pretty extreme.
star-4
We had a good experience....
Robin_B, Jul 2022
Baltimore Inner Harbor Sightseeing Tour
We had a good experience. Had a good time. My first time visiting Maryland, I will definitely be back.
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Wanderlust overload
Evan_B, May 2021
Baltimore Scavenger Hunt: Inner Harbor & Outer Sights
The GPS was spot on and the picture, quizzes and challenges were fantastic! It’s a wonderful app to facilitate great date and family events to learn about the city!
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New places to visit next trip
Zipporah_F, Apr 2021
Baltimore Scavenger Hunt: Inner Harbor & Outer Sights
10 out of 10 would definitely recommend to family and friends, because it is very interactive and hands on. Definitely have a few additions to my list of museums to visit during my next trip.
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It was a perfect day to...
litaonpoint395, May 2022
Baltimore Inner Harbor Sail on Summer Wind
It was a perfect day to go sailing. The staff were awesome and friendly. The boat matches the picture. I recommend this tour.
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Value
Marilyn_M, Jul 2022
Baltimore Inner Harbor Sightseeing Tour
Very nice experience and views of harbor amazing and narrated was alot of fun facts about inner harbor
star-4
Very relxing boat ride.
Melanie_H, Jul 2022
Baltimore Inner Harbor Sightseeing Tour
Haven't been here in about 20 years. It was a boat ride in celebration of our Anniversary. Very relaxing and its educational for someone who has never been to the Harbor before.
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Things to Know Before You Go

  • The Inner Harbor is great for kids, as many of its attractions are within easy walking distance.

  • Most of the Inner Harbor is accessible to wheelchairs and strollers, with ramps and elevators throughout. Limited parking at the Visitor Center is specifically designed for visitors with disabilities.

  • Dogs are allowed along the waterfront promenade.

  • Many Inner Harbor restaurants serve up Baltimore's specialty: crab cakes and other crab-based dishes.

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How to Get There

The Inner Harbor is bounded by President, Lombard, Greene, and Camden streets. Water taxis are a good way to get around; from the Inner Harbor, you can cross the Bay to Little Italy, Fells Point, and Canton. Day passes are also available for the Metro Subway and bus systems.

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When to Get There

The Inner Harbor typically hosts events during spring, summer, and fall. Although summer can be hot and humid, the breeze off Chesapeake Bay cools things off a bit. Baltimore has milder winters than most Northeast cities, so this can still be a pleasant time to explore.

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Haunted Baltimore

Baltimore's (and Maryland's) history is long and complicated. Learn all about it—and mingle with paranormal-activity buffs from all over the world—on a ghost tour or wicked-history tour, which includes stops at the city’s most haunted spots.

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Frequently Asked Questions
The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
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