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1. Inner Harbor

Inner Harbor
4.5 /5

1 km
from city center
1 out of 65
places to visit in Baltimore

Quality museums, historical ships, cozy restaurants, kids-friendly spots, water taxis and picturesque water landscapes- The Inner Harbor has it all.

2. The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore

The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore

5 km
from city center
2 out of 65
places to visit in Baltimore

Nestled in Druid Hill Park, Maryland Zoo is the only zoo in Baltimore and is the third oldest zoo in the country. The zoo is sprawled over 135 acres and is a haven for more than 1,500 wild animals and 200 distinct species of birds. Divided into five main areas, the zoo offers a wildlife landscape in its Schaefer Plaza, Maryland Wilderness, African Journey, Polar Bear Watch, and Zoo Central.

3. Horseshoe Casino

Horseshoe Casino

2 km
from city center
3 out of 65
places to visit in Baltimore

Only casino in Baltimore, Horseshoe Casino is located on the Russell Street of the city and is the second largest casino in Maryland. The casino accommodates two floors with 122,000 square foot gaming arcade and a marketplace featuring food outlets, bars and lounges. The popular casino also equips multimillion facilities like table games, video lottery terminals and a grand Poker room. 2,200 slots, 150 poker machines and various game tables inside the captivating environment of the Horseshoe Casino in Baltimore enhance the fun of poker.

4. Dover Downs Casino & Hotels

Dover Downs Casino & Hotels

93 km
from city center
4 out of 65
places to visit in Baltimore

Dover Downs Casino & Hotels is a multi-complex housing a hotel, casino and a racing track situated in the Delaware city, 105 miles away from Baltimore. The arena offers a smoke free gaming space with safe and friendly atmosphere. Apart from its exceptional dining options, Dover Downs has 2,300 slot machines, 18- table poker room and 41 gaming tables. The games organised by the casino includes table games like craps and roulette along with card games like Mississippi stud, Spanish 21, three card poker, pal gow poker, blackjack, heads up poker etc.

5. Ocean Downs

Ocean Downs

163 km
from city center
5 out of 65
places to visit in Baltimore

Ocean Downs Casino in Berlin, Maryland is a small casino near Baltimore which features ample slots, dining options and live horse racing simulcasts. In 70,000 square feet, the casino is currently equipped with over 600 slot machines and poker tables. It offers a fun and entertainment experience in smoke free arena and table gaming area where one can play craps, roulette, blackjack etc. Apart from fantastic gaming facilities, Ocean Downs also has plenty of food options and free cocktails worth trying.

6. Wilmington Delaware Park Casino

Wilmington Delaware Park Casino

93 km
from city center
6 out of 65
places to visit in Baltimore

Exciting casino located south of Wilmington, Delaware Park is multi facet gaming arena which houses 2,000 slot machines sprawled over two storey building. Popular for its table games, Delaware Casino can be visited for enjoying thoroughbred racing, sports betting, public golf championship, simulcast wagering etc. With utmost diversified poker arena and table game slots, Delaware park organises Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, Lucky Ladies, Hot roller craps, Cajun stud Progressive among many others.

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7. Live! Casino and Hotel

Live! Casino and Hotel

18 km
from city center
7 out of 65
places to visit in Baltimore

Live! Casino and Hotel, located on the Baltimore – Washington Corridor, is one of the most popular casino and nearest casino to Baltimore which features dynamic gaming, dining and entertainment slots under a single roof. Spin jackpot game, 4,000 slot machines, 24/7 poker amenities and electronic table games amidst stylish decor amplifies the casino fun. Not only gaming, the R bar inside the casino premises offering food and entertainment immersed in perfect video and light makes it worth visiting. Since Live! Casino and Hotel hosts various poker and gaming events every week, it is better to keep an eye on the same before scheduling a visit.

8. Hollywood Casino

Hollywood Casino

57 km
from city center
8 out of 65
places to visit in Baltimore

Nestled in Perryville, Hollywood Casino is a stylish and renowned casino near Baltimore opened in 2010. Very popular in the list of Casino near Baltimore, it houses a massive gaming floor sprawled over 75,000 square feet and 1,500 slot machines. Gaming enthusiasts can try their hands on table games, card games and even poker in a vibrant ambience. Apart from 10 table poker room and spots for craps, roulette among others, it is an excellent place to enjoy a glass of champagne playing your gambling games.

9. B & O Railroad Museum

B & O Railroad Museum

9 out of 65
places to visit in Baltimore

Situated in a 40-acre land that was once home to the original Mount Clare Shop, B & O Railroad Museum is a prestigious landmark and the country’s oldest manufacturing complex. It is renowned for being the birthplace of railroading in the United States.

10. Historic Ships in Baltimore

Historic Ships in Baltimore

10 out of 65
places to visit in Baltimore

A museum filled with a rich history, Historic Ships in Baltimore is located near the Inner Harbor of Baltimore, Maryland. It was created because of the merge of the Baltimore Maritime Museum and USS Constellation Museum. The museum is home to several ships that played a significant part in US history, such as US Submarine Torsk, and Chesapeake (LV-116), Seven Foot Knoll Light, to name a few.

11. American Visionary Art Museum

American Visionary Art Museum

11 out of 65
places to visit in Baltimore

Located in the neighborhood of Federal Hill in Baltimore, Maryland, American Visionary Art Museum is renowned for being the official museum for self-taught art in the country. The museum displays and preserves art that are made by outsiders.

12. Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African-American History & Culture

Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African-American History & Culture

12 out of 65
places to visit in Baltimore

Nestled in the center of Downtown Baltimore, Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African-American History & Culture is the best place to experience and soak in all the information about the African-American Marylanders.

13. Frederick Douglass-Isaac Myers Maritime Park

Frederick Douglass-Isaac Myers Maritime Park

13 out of 65
places to visit in Baltimore

Frederick Douglass-Isaac Myers Maritime Park is a shipyard-turned-heritage park situated in the historic landmark called Fells Point in Baltimore, Maryland. This attraction is a fine example of what industrial elegance is all about.

14. Baltimore Museum of Industry

Baltimore Museum of Industry

14 out of 65
places to visit in Baltimore

Situated in a 5-acre waterfront campus, in an oyster cannery from the 1860s, the Baltimore Museum of Industry showcases different kinds of exhibits from the manufacturing and industry sectors. The museum houses several artifacts, along with functioning working equipment.

15. National Aquarium

National Aquarium

15 out of 65
places to visit in Baltimore

Considered as one of the top three aquariums in the country, the National Aquarium or Baltimore Aquarium is situated in the Inner Harbor of Baltimore, Maryland. This location is home to thousands of aquatic species, as well as a diverse collection of animals and plants.

16. The Walters Art Museum

The Walters Art Museum

16 out of 65
places to visit in Baltimore

The Walters Museum is situated in Baltimore’s Mount Vernon-Belvedere and is housed across three notable buildings, where one of them is a historic residence. The museum features a vast collection of antiques from Asia and several art pieces from around the world.

17. Maryland Historical Society

Maryland Historical Society

17 out of 65
places to visit in Baltimore

One of the oldest cultural museums in Maryland, the Maryland Historical Society, has a collection of Maryland’s history since 1844. The museum is home to over seven million historic artifacts that date back to pre-Colonial times.

18. Maryland Science Center

Maryland Science Center

18 out of 65
places to visit in Baltimore

Established in 1797, Maryland Science Center is an educational venue that is perfect for a family-friendly exploration. This three-level destination features exhibits from the natural world, paleontology, the largest creatures from history, and the human body, among others.

19. Edgar Allan Poe House & Museum

Edgar Allan Poe House & Museum

19 out of 65
places to visit in Baltimore

Situated at 203 North Amity Street in Baltimore, Maryland, Edgar Allan Poe House & Museum is a natural historic landmark. Edgar Allan Poe is a notable American writer that lived in this house in the 1830s.

20. National Museum of Dentistry

National Museum of Dentistry

20 out of 65
places to visit in Baltimore

National Museum of Dentistry in Baltimore, Maryland is located on the campus of the University of Maryland, which is known as the first dental school in the world. It opened in 1996 and displays the history of dentistry, both in the country and around the world.

21. Jewish Museum of Maryland

Jewish Museum of Maryland

21 out of 65
places to visit in Baltimore

Located in Baltimore, Maryland, the Jewish Museum of Maryland is set within the original settlement of the Jewish population during the Great Northward Migration, otherwise, known as the Black Migration that occurred between 1916 and 1970.

22. National Lacrosse Hall of Fame and Museum

National Lacrosse Hall of Fame and Museum

22 out of 65
places to visit in Baltimore

Nestled in Sparks, Maryland, the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame and Museum was once located on the campus of Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore. In 2016, the hall of fame moved to its present location.

23. Assateague Island National Seashore

Assateague Island National Seashore

181 km
from city center
23 out of 65
places to visit in Baltimore

One of the top beaches in the USA, Assateague Island National Seashore is a magnificent shoreline along the Virginia – Maryland border. The beach was developed in 1965 for protecting the wildlife and nature’s beauty along the 41,000 acres shore. Ample amenities and activities like camping, biking, fishing, surfing, kayaking, among others enhance the frolic for adventure lovers. To enjoy a relaxing spree, the beach is a great spot for swimming, sunbathing and picnic. Wildlife photography can also be done on the shoreline with ponies, horses, crabs and other pretty wildlife species roaming on the Assateague Island National Seashore.

24. Chesapeake Beach

Chesapeake Beach

67 km
from city center
24 out of 65
places to visit in Baltimore

Chesapeake Beach is located towards the southern point of the state and attracts a large number of visitors for a large number of attractions around the area. Bayfront Park, a secluded beach on the Chesapeake beach is the major attraction followed by Chesapeake Beach Railway Trail, Marinas, Public Ramps, Chesapeake Beach Railway Museum, Veteran's Memorial Park, Chesapeake Beach Municipal Water Park etc. Apart from some adventurous sports and activities including boating, fishing, crabbing, jet skiing, visitors can also rent rooms and a pavilion on the beach side for a pretty scenic stay around the area.

25. Betterton Beach

Betterton Beach

47 km
from city center
25 out of 65
places to visit in Baltimore

Betterton Beach is a small yet vibrant beach covering around 5 acres of landscape land and Victorian setting. There are two public beaches in this area with white sand, 300 feet swimming and 700 feet shoreline frontage. Ideal for picnics and relaxing beach weekend, the entire Betterton beach is beautified by large trees and picnic cabanas. Further, the beach eases the vacation with its extraordinary amenities like a public pavilion, boardwalk, benches, fishing jetty, public pier, etc.

26. Sandy Point Beach

Sandy Point Beach

36 km
from city center
26 out of 65
places to visit in Baltimore

Along the Chesapeake Bay for 2 miles lies Sandy Point Beach offering a scenic view and popular picnic arena since 1950. The prime attraction on the beach is a magnificent Sand Point Lighthouse and Chesapeake Bay bridge. Sandy Point Beach is perfect for a family day out as it is situated along the calm water shore away from the city hustle. Swimming, boating, crabbing, fishing and sunbathing are well-liked activities on the beach along with picnicking.

27. Hammerman Beach

Hammerman Beach

24 km
from city center
27 out of 65
places to visit in Baltimore

One of the most popular kayak friendly beaches near Baltimore, Hammerman beach is situated northeast of the city covering around half a mile. Hammerman beach is a swimming beach featuring food stalls, playgrounds, pavilions, concession stands etc. Scenic forest and a splendid sunset view are treats to the eyes while kayaking and boating in the Gunpowder River. Rental picnic arena and pavilions are available on the short hiking trails of Hammerman beach making it an ideal holiday beach.

28. Baltimore Beach

Baltimore Beach

24 km
from city center
28 out of 65
places to visit in Baltimore

Baltimore Beach is the only beach within the city limits and hence is extremely popular for beach sports. Baltimore beach is well known for hosting various volleyball leagues including the East Coast’s largest beach volleyball league on the Inner Harbour of the city. Not only for sports fanatics, but Baltimore beach is also ideal for relaxing sunbathing on the sand munching the seafood from the food trucks housed on the beach.

29. Rocky Point Beach and Park

Rocky Point Beach and Park

18 km
from city center
29 out of 65
places to visit in Baltimore

Situated on 375 acres along 300 feet shoreline on the Chesapeake Bay, Rocky Point Beach and Park is one of the most treasured beaches around Baltimore. The beach is admired for its breathtaking seascape of Craighill Light and Hart Miller Island along with the awe inspiring wildlife. Various fun activities like boating, camping, swimming, fishing can be enjoyed on the sea shore as the beach is equipped with a fishing pier, boat ramps, playgrounds, sailing centres etc. Sports enthusiast can play volleyball or netball along the sandy beach as there are various courts as well.

30. Oregon Ridge Bridge

Oregon Ridge Bridge

23 km
from city center
30 out of 65
places to visit in Baltimore

Contemplated as the best swimming hole around Baltimore since 1995, Oregon Ridge Beach is a hidden gem near Baltimore which houses a spring fed water quarry and white sand on the shoreline. With a shallow and deep swim area on the beach, it is a public swimming area ideal for all ages. Oregon Ridge Beach is also available on a rental basis and features some extraordinary amenities like concession stands, playgrounds, volleyball courts, pavilions, horseshoe pits and picnic tables. Pets and alcohol are not allowed on the beach side.

31. Miami Beach Park

Miami Beach Park

21 km
from city center
31 out of 65
places to visit in Baltimore

Sprawled over 400 feet beach area Miami Beach Park is an astonishing shore located in the Middle river city. The beach is packed with entertainment and fun activities as it houses grills, pavilions and bathhouses. Natural landscapes and playgrounds for kids make it a family friendly beach where rental pavilions are available for a picnic at nominal rates. Also, Miami Beach park allows fishing and swimming, hence an ideal spot to dive into the beach surroundings.

32. Breezy Point Beach

Breezy Point Beach

19 km
from city center
32 out of 65
places to visit in Baltimore

Breezy Point Beach is a stunning beach on the shorefront of the Chesapeake Bay covering a shoreline of around half a mile. The beachfront is equipped with a public swimming area and fishing pier appropriate for all ages. The large area around the beach is dedicated to sand sports and sunbathing along with a picnicking site. Breezy point beach also offers rental shelters for a day picnic where one can find barbeque grills, seasonal tent, RV campsites, bathhouse and pop up area.

33. Matapeake Park and Beach

Matapeake Park and Beach

43 km
from city center
33 out of 65
places to visit in Baltimore

Nestled on Kent Island alongside the Chesapeake Bay in Maryland, Matapeake Park and Beach is a sunny beach with walking trails covering the major historic attractions of the shoreline. The public swimming beach, family picnic area, amphitheatre, ferry house and fishing pier enhances the fun at the beach. The prime attraction of the Matapeake beach is its Dog beach where pets can also splurge the beach water and play on the winding trails.

34. North Beach

North Beach

65 km
from city center
34 out of 65
places to visit in Baltimore

Often considered as “Jewel of the Chesapeake Bay”, North Beach is a beautiful and low key beach ideal for a day trip with family and friends. North Beach offers pretty boardwalks along the shoreline other than some historical attractions like Bayside History Museum. Apart from a beautiful boardwalk, there are ample parks like Sunrise Garden, Callis Park, wetlands Overlook Park etc. around the beach for nature fanatics. Visitors can also enjoy fishing, sunbathing and the boat ride on the beach area which is open round the year. Some special events like summer movies and Polar plunge swim at North Beach are worth attending.

35. Federal Hill Park

Federal Hill Park

0 km
from city center
35 out of 65
places to visit in Baltimore

Federal Hill Park is an iconic park in Baltimore. Spread over 10.3 acres, this whopping designed landscape is of great historic significance. Located on the Southern Shore, this park is popular for its hill top view that oversees the stunning inner harbour. The space has a plush surroundings with ample options for playing and relaxing. Just by chance, if you happen to be in Baltimore on the 4 July, do visit the hill summit for the splendid spectacle of Independence Day fireworks.

36. Patterson Park

Patterson Park

0 km
from city center
36 out of 65
places to visit in Baltimore

Spanning across 137 acres, Patterson Park is placed to offer the best view to its visitors. Yet another destination that witnessed historical battles, today this park in Baltimore stands as a centre of recreation and relaxation. The landscaping of the park is tastefully done with paved walkways and greenery in the backdrop. Located in the south east Baltimore, the park houses a pagoda on the hilltop that was used as an observatory back in the day. This pagoda is open to the public and is a must visit as it offers a bird eye view of the rest of the park.

37. Canton Waterfront Park

Canton Waterfront Park

0 km
from city center
37 out of 65
places to visit in Baltimore

Canton Waterfront Park bears testimony of the city’s glorious historic past. This park in Baltimore is renowned for its Korean War Memorial that pays a tribute to 527 Mary Landers. With the magnificent view of Fort McHenry, the park is a perfect location for boat ramps and fishing (non licensed). Covering a sprawling area of 8 acres, Canton Waterfront Park is a perfect place to spend some time outdoors with friends, family or just by yourself to read or exercise. If you plan to visit this park, look out for its special events like Blue Angels Air Show, Baltimore Seafood Festival and Baltimore Craft Beer Festival.

38. Druid Hill Park

Druid Hill Park

0 km
from city center
38 out of 65
places to visit in Baltimore

Flanking on the north west of Baltimore, Druid Hill Park is one of the cleanest parks in Baltimore. Being the oldest landscaped public park in the area, you are likely to find glimpses of the cultural past in the historic structures housed in the arena. With ample space for playing jogging, running and riding, Druid Hill Park is frequented by visitors for the Maryland zoo and sports fields like baseball, basketball courts and tennis courts. It has one of the best golf courses in the area with 18 holes and facilitates hiking through Jones Falls Trail. The Park holds the annual Charm City Cyclocross bicycle race every year in September which is a major cycling event in the east coast of the US. With so much going around, this park is a lively place to be!

39. Gwynns Falls Leakin Park

Gwynns Falls Leakin Park

0 km
from city center
39 out of 65
places to visit in Baltimore

Covering approximately 1200 acres, Gwynns Falls Leakin Park is the largest Woodland Park in the east coast city. The idea for this park in Baltimore was conceived with the motive of preserving Gwynns falls and its inhabiting life forms. Today, the Leakin Park supports a diverse topography like valleys, ridge tops, lakes and meadows. Apart from the normal playing and exercising the park is an excellent place to go hiking and traversing biking trails.

40. Carroll Park

Carroll Park

0 km
from city center
40 out of 65
places to visit in Baltimore

Carroll Park is located in Pigtown village towards South West Baltimore. This park in Baltimore is the third oldest city park with a sprawling area of 117 acres with basketball courts, baseball fields, skate parks and nine other sports venues. The Park gets its main footfall from the golf course which has nine holes. Every year Carroll Park organises a German first that celebrates craft, art and food. If you’re in the city during that time, it is something you must not miss.

41. Clifton Park

Clifton Park

0 km
from city center
41 out of 65
places to visit in Baltimore

Clifton Park is an estate turned city park in Baltimore. Spread over 266 acres, the park is inspired by English landscaping technique and has lush green lawns and a mansion that add to its appeal. It has one of the most stunning golf courts and tennis courts in the city. The open area offers a mind-boggling skyline view of Baltimore which looks picturesque during the sunset. The Vegan fest held at Clifton Park is something that you must attend if you happen to be here.

42. Chinquapin Run Park

Chinquapin Run Park

0 km
from city center
42 out of 65
places to visit in Baltimore

Chinquapin Run Park is a narrow park that meanders alongside the Chinquapin Run rendering it an integral part of the Herring Run. This park in Baltimore has one of the best foliage making it lush with flora and unparalleled tree cover. Owing to its serpentine course, Chinquapin Run Park is perfect for picnics, a brisk walk, jogging and hiking.

43. Riverside Park

Riverside Park

0 km
from city center
43 out of 65
places to visit in Baltimore

Riverside Park is 17 acre huge and is a quiet place to spend some quality time. This park in Baltimore has a little free library, swings and swings where kids enjoy along with a small gazebo. This otherwise quaint park becomes a lively place when there is live music playing and is certainly worth visiting irrespective.

44. The Woodlands Golf Course

The Woodlands Golf Course

15 km
from city center
44 out of 65
places to visit in Baltimore

One of the best-designed courses, as claimed by the architect Lindsay Ervin himself, The Woodlands is a popular golf course in Baltimore. The course is a difficult one, with 18 holes and is more exciting and rewarding as well. The Woodlands shares the clubhouse with another golf course called Diamond Ridge which is a great course too. The golf course boasts a scenic landscape with lush greenery and offers all required services like practice areas, golfing supply shop, lessons, etc.

45. Rocky Point Golf Course

Rocky Point Golf Course

18 km
from city center
45 out of 65
places to visit in Baltimore

Situated by the Chesapeake Bay, beside serene waters and amidst beautiful greenery, this is one of the best golf courses in Baltimore. It was designed by Russel Roberts and boasts its one-of-a-kind scenery as it is one of the only waterfront courses in the city. The golf course is stunning and extremely challenging as the design includes various elevations and features. The 18 holes are situated in the best landscapes, and the course’s difficulty also increases the time required to complete it. However, it is worth witnessing the scenery and enjoying a quiet game in the serene greenery.

46. Mount Pleasant Golf Course

Mount Pleasant Golf Course

8 km
from city center
46 out of 65
places to visit in Baltimore

One of the most popular golf courses especially for various events and tournaments, this is another great 18-hole golf course that is challenging and tough. The course has a series of elevations and turns that make it quite tricky. The golf course is a historically significant place since it has seen some of the most iconic games of famous people such as Arnold Palmer. The serene forests and greenery combined with the course’s challenging design make it one of the best golf courses in Baltimore.

47. Diamond Ridge Golf Course

Diamond Ridge Golf Course

14 km
from city center
47 out of 65
places to visit in Baltimore

Sharing a clubhouse with The Woodland Golf Course, this is one of the most renowned golf courses in Baltimore adored by locals and tourists alike. The difficulty of the course is quite balanced, which makes the course excellent for all players. The course was designed by Ed Ault and has a unique design where the front 9 holes are very different from the back 9. The front holes are in a relatively open setting compared to the back ones amidst thicker forests and trickier paths. There are various facilities available for the players and the area hosts various events too.

48. Fox Hollow Golf Course

Fox Hollow Golf Course

19 km
from city center
48 out of 65
places to visit in Baltimore

One of the simpler and easier golf courses in Baltimore, Fox Hollow is the perfect location for people who want more practice and have started the game only recently. Though it is easier, all necessary facilities are present for visitors, and it has been named one of the best practice facilities. The course is the perfect spot to polish your skills and offers scenic landscapes on its premises as well.

49. Greystone Golf Course

Greystone Golf Course

38 km
from city center
49 out of 65
places to visit in Baltimore

One of the most popular golf courses in Baltimore, the Greystone Golf Course is undoubtedly one of the most picturesque golf courses. It is one of the go-to spots for locals and equally well recommended to visitors. The course has various elevation and features like ponds due to which the difficulty level of this course is on the higher side. But being a challenging course, it is equally enjoyable and offers beautiful views especially if you visit before sunrise.

50. Carroll Park Golf Course

Carroll Park Golf Course

4 km
from city center
50 out of 65
places to visit in Baltimore

The Carroll Park Golf Course is conveniently located at a short distance from the city center, making commuting relatively easier. It is a 9-hole course which is thus less time-consuming, making it more accessible for people who have a tight schedule during their visit. The difficulty level is medium, and it is playable for most people. It offers all the necessary services to its guests and boasts beautiful scenery as well.

51. Forest Park Golf Course

Forest Park Golf Course

51 out of 65
places to visit in Baltimore

A relatively smaller course that initially consisted of 9 holes, this is one of the challenging golf courses in Baltimore. Situated in hilly terrain, the course has plenty of elevations and challenging features that increase the difficulty of the course. Even quite skilled golfers find this course to be a tough one. This golf course is best suited for anyone who is up for a challenge. Even though it is smaller in size, the difficulty level makes the playtime longer in the course.

52. Clifton Park Golf Course

Clifton Park Golf Course

4 km
from city center
52 out of 65
places to visit in Baltimore

Holding the title for the first public golf course in Baltimore, Clifton Park is a historic and fun course suitable for all players. The course boasts lush greenery and views and has been the location for many major golf events in the city. The 18-hole course has a medium difficulty level as there are specific elevations, but not as much as some other courses on the list. It is scenic and peaceful, a great course to try out if you visit the city for its history and the game.

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How can I commute within Baltimore?

Baltimore has a lot of commuting options, the best of them however is by car. You can drive your own car or rent one, and easily navigate the grid-patterned roads. Public transportation is also reliable, with multiple options of buses, Light Rail, Metro Subway, taxis and water-taxis. A free bus service 'Charm City Circulator' is also available, which connects to most of the major attractions in the city free of cost.
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