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Baltimore Inner Harbor is the crown jewel of Maryland and THE historic seaport vacation destination that attracts millions each year.

Whatever brings you to Baltimore Inner Harbor, there is something for everyone. From live music on the pier to a haunting ghost tour on Fells Point, you will not be disappointed at the array of activities Inner Harbor has to offer.

Some of the more frequented attractions include The National Aquarium, Port Discovery, The Gallery, Little Italy, Maryland Science Center, USS Constellation and Harborplace. There truly is something for everyone!



Book Inner Harbor hotels online here. From bed and breakfasts to all inclusive luxury hotels with quality facilities in Inner Harbor.

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The best Inner Harbor restaurants to suit all your taste buds. From traditional Italian to our favorite, the Maryland blue crab.

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A guide to Inner Harbor bars, clubs and nightlife. Find the best hot spots to visit while going out on the town in Inner Harbor.

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