A vacation to the city of Baltimore can be a thrilling and memorable one. There are so many things to see and do, it may be hard to choose which ones you and your traveling companions will visit. Located in the state of Maryland the city is considered to be the biggest city in the United States. The city is located on the scenic arm of the famous Chesapeake Bay. The history of Baltimore is long and rich. The city was named after George Calvert, the first Lord Baltimore, who founded the early American city.
There are so many things in Baltimore for just about any traveler. Here is a quick look at just three area attractions that may help get your research and decisions on track!
American Visionary Art Museum
This museum is located in the Federal Hill neighborhood and features about 55,000 sq. feet of space that houses a collection of more than 4,000 pieces. This museum’s collection includes works by Leo Sewell, Vollis Simpson, Ted Gordan and many other well-known artists.
Babe Ruth Birthplace Museum
Anyone who has even an inkling of interest in the sport of baseball should visit this museum. This museum is located in the historic neighborhood of Ridgely’s Delight, which was the actual birthplace of Babe Ruth. Within the walls of this museum you can find lots of Ruth memorabilia and history.
Baltimore Spirit Cruises
You should not miss exploring the waterways of Baltimore and what better way than with a cruise? The Baltimore Spirit Cruises offer day and evening cruises so you can pick the best one for your group. Whether you want a daytime trip to experience the waterfront or an evening of romance and dining aboard a romantic ship, a cruise is a great choice.
Whatever you choose to do, make sure you bring along a camera. Upload those photos and send postcards to family and friends to let them know what a great time you are having.