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Baltimore Museum Of Industry
1415 Key Hwy (at Boyle St)
"Small yet wonderful collection, underrated gem off a museum w Forging & Printshop demos."
Maryland Historical Society Museum
201 W Monument St
"Star-Spangled Site: Among the many exhibits are paintings, prints, and artifacts from the Battle for Baltimore, including the earliest original manuscript of the words to our national anthem."
Edgar Allan Poe House & Museum
203 N Amity St
"Built in 1830, this was once home to the author famous for penning many chilling tales. This house was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1972."
"Great place to walk, lots of restaurants, water taxi, near baseball and football stadiums, its downtown in Baltimore so accessible to many things. Lots to see and do!"
Oriole Park at Camden Yards
333 W Camden St (at Eutaw St)
"Go to Charm City Market & get yourself a gluten free crabcake sandwich, a g-free redbridge beer, and enjoy yourself just like all the gluten tolerant folks at The Yard with their beer & food options!"
Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine
2400 E Fort Ave
"Don't skip the movie! The finale is so cheesy and awesome."
50 Years of Baltimore Preservation Award Winners
Created by Baltimore Heritage94 items • 75 followers
City Paper's :Baltimore Living: Readers Poll '11
Created by Baltimore25 items • 105 followers
A Taste of Baltimore
Created by Tom McGhan19 items • 56 followers
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