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Baltimore Places to Visit & Attractions

Photo Of Buildings And People Walking On the Boardwalk


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Horseshoe Baltimore is excited to be a part of this legendary city. Here are just some of the things Baltimore has to offer:

Aerial Photo Of Baltimore Orioles Baseball Field


The Baltimore Orioles are one of the oldest major league baseball teams in the nation. After a rough spell, Baltimore’s beloved Birds posted a winning record in 2012 and qualified for the postseason. The O’s play at Oriole Park at Camden Yards, located right in the middle of the action in downtown Baltimore. The views of downtown from inside the park are awesome, there’s tons of great ambiance on game day and it’s easy to get there walking or via public transportation.

Aerial View Of The M&T Bank Stadium With A Crowd In The Stands


With a name inspired by Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Raven” – not to mention two Super Bowl wins in their relatively short history – the Baltimore Ravens have a spirited and loyal following. Since its 1996 inception, Charm City’s NFL team has woven itself into the fabric of Baltimore life. The Ravens play at M&T Bank Stadium at the south point of Camden Yards in the heart of downtown Baltimore.

Photo Of A Shark Swimming By The Coral Reef


Nestled in the heart of the Inner Harbor, the National Aquarium brings you up close with thousands of animals in award-winning exhibits. Delve into the underwater world of Blacktip Reef, where you’ll come face to face with sharks, rays, a 500-pound green sea turtle and hundreds of colorful fish. Explore the Australian Outback and trek through a tropical rain forest before descending into Shark Alley. With special talks, feedings and Animal Encounters throughout the day, there’s always more to discover.

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The heart of Baltimore's renowned Inner Harbor, Harborplace features a mix of unique shops, restaurants and diverse eateries, plus live seasonal entertainment on the waterfront.

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Baltimore's premier waterfront entertainment-lifestyle destination, where President Street meets Aliceanna Street. Harbor East offers a collection of Baltimore's best restaurants, retail and entertainment establishments.

Photo Of Fells Point Harbor Showing Water Taxis And Brick Paved Buildings And Walk Ways From Horseshoe Baltimore


Fell's Point is a spirited waterfront community in perpetual celebration of Baltimore's British nautical roots. The neighborhood's visage has remained largely unchanged since its founding and attracts many visitors who can explore the 18th- and 19th-century homes and storefronts and enjoy Chesapeake Bay cuisine at its best.

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Visit the many boutiques, taverns and fine restaurants that make up the diverse neighborhood that is Federal Hill. Experience the "Euro-Americana" ambiance that makes the neighborhood a hidden treasure to visitors the world over.

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Canton is a charming waterfront neighborhood founded in the late 19th century that is now a quaint village square rimmed with restaurants, pubs and shops. But wander off Canton Square to the surrounding blocks and find the heart of Baltimore, from the nearly-lost Baltimore art form of the painted screen to window shrines and rows of classic marble stoops on traditional Baltimore brick and formstone row houses.