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Fun Things to Do at Baltimore’s Inner Harbor

See This Historic Seaport in Luxury and Comfort—On a Charter Bus

Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, called a “model for post-industrial waterfront redevelopment around the world,” offers visitors a wide range of attractions, from historic ships that you can tour to a number of fascinating museums. The Camden Yards Sports Complex is within walking distance and there are a number of concert venues. The National Aquarium is here, as well as the Maryland Science Center, a Holocaust Memorial and the third-oldest synagogue in the United States, not to mention a lot of great places for food and libations.

But Baltimore is a big and busy city, with its share of traffic problems and parking challenges. You don’t want to turn a trip there into a stressful experience by trying to navigate the city and the Inner Harbor on your own. Why not rent a Baltimore charter bus from! You can relax with friends and family while we handle all the details.

Things to Do in Baltimore's Inner Harbor

The Many Ways to Have a Great Time at the Inner Harbor

You simply won’t be able to enjoy everything the Inner Harbor has to offer, but here are some suggestions to make your trip memorable:

  • Visit a museum—You’ll have a number of choices in the Inner Harbor. The American Visionary Art Museum (the AVAM), opened in 1995, focuses on what it calls “outsider art.” Located in a former copper paint factory and whiskey warehouse, the AVAM has more than 4,000 pieces in its permanent collection. Geppi’s Entertainment Museum, at Camden Station, documents the history of popular culture in the United States over the last 300 years, with exhibits including newspapers, magazines, movies, television, radio, comic books and video games. Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Odditorium contains many artifacts chronicling alleged events that can seem to stretch credulity. The Port Discovery Children’s Museum, housed in the Fish Market Building, focuses all its exhibits on things that will interest children under the age of 10.
  • Tour a historic ship—Though the Inner Harbor was too shallow for most big ship (until it was trenched), there are many fascinating ships on display here. The USS Torsk, a Tench class submarine, is the last-known American sea vessel to sink an enemy ship, in Japanese waters in August,1945. The US Coast Guard Cutter Taney is the only ship still on water that fought in and survived the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. The Taney saw action in Europe and Japan in World War II and in Vietnam. The Lightship Chesapeake is a ship that acts as a moving lighthouse, used in waters considered too deep or otherwise unsuitable for the construction of a permanent lighthouse. The ship was deployed out of Sandwich, Massachusetts during World War II, providing protection for the city of Boston. The USS Constellation, known as a “sloop of war,” and commissioned in 1854, is the only Civil War era ship still on navigable waters.
  • Catch a sporting event—At the Camden Yards Sports Complex, you’ll have a number of sports-related options. The Baltimore Orioles (Major League Baseball) play at Oriole Park at Camden Yards. The Baltimore Grand Prix runs through here. There’s also a legends museum at Camden Yards and the birthplace of Babe Ruth, now a museum, is nearby.
  • Take in a concert—The Pier 6 Concert Pavilion and the Royal Farms Arena all host concerts by world-renowned performers, from the Moody Blues to Stevie Nicks, Neil Diamond and Tom Petty.
  • Stop by the National Aquarium—Opened in 1981, the National Aquarium has a tropical rainforest, a multi-story coral reef, an open ocean shark tank and one of the country’s best exhibits of bottlenose dolphins.

A Charter Bus—The Best Way to Navigate Baltimore’s Inner Harbor!

There’s just about nothing more frustrating that fighting traffic, trying to find a place to park or continually checking a map to see if you’ve reached your destination. With a charter bus, you can relax with family and friends while we handle the details.

Here are just a few good reasons to take a charter bus to Baltimore’s Inner Harbor:

  • Affordability—There’s no more economical way to travel. With the money you don’t have to spend on travel, you can enjoy the great attractions along the Inner Harbor.
  • Reliability—No delays or cancellations with a charter bus. We’ll get you there on time and we’ll be waiting for you when it’s time to go.
  • Safety and security—Because we put them through a rigorous training program, our drivers are second to none. Another benefit of bus travel—the limited access to the bus ensures that you and your personal items are safe and secure.
  • There’s a charter bus that’s perfect for your needs—No matter how large or small your group is, we’ll have the right vehicle for you.

Book Your Charter Bus Today

There’s no reason to wait another minute. You can make your reservation online, the fast and easy way. Call 1-888-502-3458 to reserve your vehicle.


Fun Things to Do at Baltimore’s Inner Harbor