Baltimore is a truly authentic American city that welcomes visitors to explore its diverse heritage and culture, distinct neighborhoods, world-class attractions and award-winning restaurants. It’s a community made up of visionaries, creatives and locals with compelling stories to share.
Experience the power of play at the Terripan Adventures where guests can soar through the air, defy gravity, and enjoy the outdoors at the aerial adventure park. There are kayak nature tours, bike trips, and guided caving excursions. Sign up for an archery adventure and hit the target on a fun-filled day. At twilight the park lights up to try out the three-tiered high ropes course. The giant swing is also open at night.
Whether you’re a baseball fan or not, the Orioles’ stadium is a must-see Baltimore landmark.
Oriole Park at Camden Yards is home to Baltimore’s Major League Baseball team. The Orioles baseball team, more affectionately known as the Birds or the O’s to locals, is named for the black and orange state bird of Maryland. The team plays ball at Oriole Park at Camden Yards, a natural grass ballpark built in 1992, just minutes away from Baltimore’s famous Inner Harbor. Baltimore’s most famous player, of course, is George Herman “Babe” Ruth, who was recruited in 1914 at the age of 19. His boyhood home at 216 Emory Street near Camden Yards is now the Babe Ruth Birthplace Museum and features memorabilia from his childhood and career.
If you are hungry before taking in the game, stop first across the street where Pickles Pub offers great happy hour specials and plenty of TVs to watch the game. Try the crab patty, a burger topped with crab dip, and pair it with some crabby fries and a Natty Boh for a classic Bawlmer meal. True to its name, the bar serves beer-battered pickles served over tortilla chips.
Billing itself as a restaurant that loves sports, The Yard takes pride in its seasonal menu and sourcing of local ingredients. Start the evening with the Old Bay chips or the nachos topped with Natty Boh cheese sauce. Pair it with a local brew or your favorite wine from the self-serve beer and wine wall.