Top 5 Places To Visit In Baltimore

Did you know that you don’t even have to fly out of the United States for a vacation? Baltimore, being Maryland’s biggest city and a major seaport has an amazing history behind it, making it a suitable tourist destination.

If you have kids, this should not prevent you from making the most out of your trip. Why not get the best experience by hiring a limousine to take you all to historic sites, restaurants and out for shopping? Presidential Limo Services is located in Baltimore and offers personalized luxury drives that will make your trip memorable. Here are the top 5 things you should do in Baltimore.

BaltimoreThe National Aquarium

This is the largest tourist attraction site in the state, and it should be on your list of places to visit. Located right in the heart of the inner harbor, the aquarium boasts of three pavilions. You will get to see over 700 varying species of reptiles, mammals, birds, fish, and amphibians. Moreover, there are renowned exhibits such as the Amazon Coral Reef, the Shark Alley, and the Dolphin Discovery that you definitely should see.

However, keep in mind that strollers are not allowed in the aquarium due to the crowds, but staff provides carriers as an alternative. If you are physically challenged, the best time to visit would be the first Saturday and Sunday of the month.

There is a policy which gives first priority to anyone with a disability and their guests to see the displays 30 minutes before everyone else is let in.

The American Visionary Art Museum

You don’t need to be an art enthusiast to enjoy visiting this museum. Opened back in 1984, it was designed to promote self-taught artists by displaying their artwork. The display includes amazing and transformative art pieces that will definitely change your view on art. It’s also right next door to Federal Hill which has an amazing park for a great photo session.

We also recommend the Walters Art Gallery if you appreciate ancient and medieval art. Contemporary art lovers should visit the Baltimore Museum of Art to see a collection of 19th-century modern artwork.

Oriole Park

Every baseball fan should visit this park located at Camden yards at least once in their lifetime. Take a break from sight-seeing and enjoy watching Baltimore Orioles play against other major league teams.

Dine In Little Italy

This is a tiny neighborhood located just a few blocks from Baltimore’s inner harbor. Its characterized by dozens of family-owned Italian restaurants serving authentic cuisine. Each restaurant has a different theme, and you get to choose from modern, traditional, casual or an upscale setting depending on the occasion.

Fells Point

If you want to eat while you do some shopping, try out this waterfront community, which is about a fifteen-minute walk from the inner harbor.  Spend your afternoons exploring the cafes, local shops, and stores.

Fort McHenry

The famous fort near downtown that was bombarded during the War of 1812. Francis Scott Key watched the bombardment and wrote the Star Spangled Banner about it.

 

Baltimore is an exciting city, and there are more than just 5 places to visit. Contact Marge or Mandy on 410-788-4737 for the best offers on their great range of limousines.