Inner Harbor. Inner Harbor has blossomed since it was first built, as a college student and growing up and living near the Inner Harbor- I would take the bus to college and back home -- watching each year --- seeing it getting better each year. Now twenty year later I am living in NYC and what I can say is that nothing compares to the Inner Harbor. Inner Harbor to me means hospitality, friedliness, homey, relaxing, entertaining, beautiful and scenic during the day while eating or shopping or during the night while strolling on the walk way or iceskating at the rink. In fact though I live in NYC I still go to Baltimore and spend time at the Inner Harbor each time I go home to visit my parents. Inner Harbor Is Home to all of us.
For shopping, lunching, museum-going or sports-watching, this downtown district hauls in the bulk of Baltimore's crowds..
The gamble on transforming this once-rundown shipping district into the city's most spectacular showplace has more than paid off. Inner Harbor is the must-see spot for crowds on the move, whether they're walking the store-packed streets or hopping to hot spots by water taxi.
Big names like Hard Rock Cafe, Planet Hollywood and ESPNZone are a beacon for vacationing families. The National Aquarium of Maryland, the Maritime Museum and Port Discovery lure yellow busloads of developing minds. Upscale chain stores like Anne Taylor and the Coach Store attract window shoppers and the platinum-carded. Meanwhile, nearby Oriole Park at Camden Yards brings the whole city together to cheer for the local baseball team.
Happy birthday!. I go to the harbor all the time. In fact, once I sang at the aquarium. The aquarium is a really cool place to visit. One time, they let us hold star fish, but I'm not sure they do that anymore. One year on my birthday, a few of my friends and I went out to the Harbor. The cheesecake factory is a MUST. (tip: try the Garlic Mashed Potatoes) We of course, went there. Another tradition is the Fudgery, which is A-M-A-Z-I-N-G. (We were singing with them-- it was so fun) I suggest the paddle boat rides, too; but be warned: they're tiring. Finally, just walking around is really fun, so don't miss out on sight-seeing!
Joanne. Parking is terrible and the parking garage prices are too high, but other than that it's great.
The Liberty ship S.S. John W. Brown is a worthy and must see attraction. It represents the cities wartime efforts and contributions in WW 2 in shipbuilding. These ships were the backbone of supply to the far flung war fronts. The ship is a part of the cities long history in shipbuilding, also.
Located at pier 3 in lower canton, hours of visitation are 10 until 3 monday thru friday.
oh well. great tourist mecca. might be fun way to spend the afternoon or evening. Great place to take out of towners. .d
at the center of it all. The Inner Harbor offers great access to surrounding locations by Water Taxi; has wonderful entertainment events; shopping is wonderful; nice to be on water with pigeons; US Constellation has great tour monitored by yourself
yummy!. Haven't been there in a while, but i remember the food! hard rock cafe didn't even have that long of a wait! the last time i was at the inner harbor, hard rock had just opened up....
Nice. The inner harbor is a very interesting place to visit. The harbor has a lot of great place to eat and shop or just hang around.
hot hot music the hot music. The inner harbor, is greeeeeeaaaat. It is so pretty, with so many great places to go.
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