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301 E Pratt St
"Tour all four ships for $11 adult with AAA membership. Kids under 5 free! They did a great job with the Constellation renovation, a treasure for history buffs, maritime fans, and wanna-be pirates."
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."
Baltimore Museum Of Industry
1415 Key Hwy (at Boyle St)
"A really great venue! I've DJ'd many events there like weddings proms etc. The staff is always classy and a great view as well!"
Lightship 116 (LV116) Chesapeake - Historic Ships in Baltimore Museum
Boat / Ferry
501 E Pratt St Ste 3
"Great for pictures, but save your money for other attractions."
501 E Pratt St
"This is one of the best aquariums in the United States. The dolphin show cannot be missed along with the stingrays and sharks. Can get very crowded at times so bring your patience with you."
USCGC Taney (WHEC/WPG 37) - Historic Ships in Baltimore Museum
301 E Pratt St (Pier 5)
"Very beautiful ship. Ask for where the Academy cadets on training cruise used to sleep."
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