Located in the heart of downtown Baltimore right on the waterfront, Inner Harbor is the city's major tourism hub. It's here you'll find many of Baltimore's best museums, including the National Aquarium and the Maryland Science Center. What has always been one of the US's major seaports has transformed from an industrial wasteland into the center of activity where locals and tourists alike come to eat, drink and be entertained. You'll find fine dining establishments, ethnic eateries and local seafood joints serving the catch from Chesapeake Bay
See & Do
After you've taken in the sweeping views from the Top of the World, head down to tour the Inner Harbor's many excellent museums. Kids of all ages will love the National Aquarium and the Maryland Science Center, while art lovers and history buffs alike will find something at the other area galleries.
When you're hungry, Inner Harbor has it all. You'll find everything from fine dining at Charleston Restaurant and Chiu's Sushi to budget diners and chain restaurants.
Thanks to a massive revitalization project by the city, Baltimore's Inner Harbor has come to life, especially at night. Catch a concert in the lovely outdoor Pier Six Pavilion or head out for drinks at one of the many area bars and clubs.
There are some 4,000 hotel rooms located within the Inner Harbor area, giving you easy access to Baltimore's best attractions, restaurants and nightlife options.