Exploring Baltimore’s inner harbor and The National Aquarium

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The National Aquarium
The Grave of Edgar Allen Poe located just up the street from the Inner Harbor
The Power Plant complex located on the harbor features shops, bars and restaurants


Ships on the harbor that allow visitors
I thought this building was interesting looking

UPDATE: My Blogger friend Nationalparkswitht mentioned that this building above is called Emerson Bromo-Seltzer tower and was modeled after the Palzzo Vecchio in Florence Italy. They also have a very nice blog post about the inner harbor that they did a few weeks before mine. Here’s a link

Baltimore National Heritage Area

The National Aquarium had every type of marine animals but their collection of sharks was especially impressive.


2 Replies to “Exploring Baltimore’s inner harbor and The National Aquarium”

  1. Another one of my favorite cities. My friend and I go there to see baseball games at Orioles Park at Camden Yards. That’s my favorite ball park BTW. In Baltimore, you have to see Fort McHenry as well as Lexington Market

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