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Baltimore and Baltimore County, Maryland
Baltimore - the colorful, diverse city that is Maryland's largest city and economic hub is known for its beautiful harbor; quirky, distinct neighborhoods; unique museums and the world-renowned Johns Hopkins Hospital to the east and the University of Maryland Medical Center to the west. With the rich history the city boasts however, it's amazing that Baltimore hasn't been deemed one of America's greatest historical destinations.
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African American Heritage Tour
From the Civil War into present day, Baltimore’s rich African American heritage is evident in the city’s museums, neighborhoods and historic sites. (4 hours)

B&O Railroad Museum
Recognized as the Birthplace of American railroading, this historic 40-acre site is home to the most important railroad collections in the Western Hemisphere. Free train rides available.(2 hours)

B&O Railroad Museum; Ellicott City Station
Oldest railroad station in America built in 1831. (45 minutes)

Babe Ruth Birthplace Museum & Sports Legend Museum at Camden Yards
The Babe Ruth Birthplace Museum presents the life and times of Baltimore’s native son, George Herman “Babe” Ruth.  Sports Legends Museum is the state’s sports history headquarters. (90 minutes)

Baltimore Ghost Tour
Award winning haunted history walking tours of two unique Baltimore neighborhoods. Learn the colorful history and haunted lore of Fell’s Point or Mount Vernon. (1 hour)

Baltimore Inner Harbor Cruise
Step aboard Annapolitan II for a cruise introducing Baltimore and the renaissance of the Inner Harbor. See Federal Hill, the city skyline, Fells Point, the USS Constellation and catch a glimpse of Ft. McHenry. (45 minutes)

Baltimore Inner Harbor Cruise
Step aboard Annapolitan II for a cruise introducing Baltimore and the renaissance of the Inner Harbor. See Federal Hill, the city skyline, Fells Point, the USS Constellation and catch a glimpse of Ft. McHenry. (45 minutes)

Baltimore Museum of Industry - History Alive Tour
Step back in time and learn about Baltimore's industrial heritage as you visit an early 1900's corner grocery store, Bunting's pharmacy and an old-fashioned print shop. Students learn about garment making, oyster canning and other industries that were important to Baltimore in days gone by. (90 minutes)

Baltimore Symphony Orchestra
Enjoy one of the world’s greatest symphony orchestras. Midweek Education concerts consist of age-appropriate series for Grades Pre-K – Kindergarten, Grades 1-3, and Grades 4-8. Middle and High School performances available also.

Charm City Driving Tour
Enjoy seeing the Flag House, the Inner Harbor, Babe Ruth’s Birthplace and City Hall. See renowned points of interest including the old maritime community of Fells Point, the Basilica of the Assumption, Mt. Vernon Place with the first monument to George Washington and Oriole Park at Camden Yards and much more. (4 hours)

Evergreen Museum & Library
Housed in a former Gilded Age mansion surrounded by Italian-style gardens, Evergreen Museum & Library is at once an intimate collection of fine and decorative arts, rare books and manuscripts assembled by two generations of the philanthropic Garrett family, and a vibrant, inspirational venue for contemporary artists.

Fire Museum of Maryland
While hands-on activities and 40 antique fire engines capture the kids' attention, they also include history, fire safety, archeology, and technology. Seven Tours are available for students and campers, ages 3 - 18 years old, and special-needs children and adults.

Fort McHenry
You will head over to Ft. McHenry where Baltimoreans bravely defended the city from British attack in 1814 and Francis Scott Key was inspired to write “The Star Spangled Banner.” Enjoy a short and informative film and then stroll around the grounds. (1 hour)

Geppi’s Entertainment Museum
Geppi’s is dedicated to presenting the story of popular culture since the nation’s earliest days in an entertaining and educational fashion. Tours include Cartoon Culture, Fantastic Futures, US History with Character and more. (1-2 hours)

Jewish Museum of Maryland
The Jewish Museum offers a variety of programs and tours for school groups, camps, youth groups, college and university students, and after-school programs. We provide both on-site field trip opportunities as well as outreach services.

Maryland Science Center
Features hands-on exhibits centered on physical science, space, Earth science, the human body and more than two dozen dinosaur skeletons. Take part in the demonstrations and take in the Davis Planetarium and an IMAX theater. (2 hours)

Mount Clare House
Explore Baltimore’s Colonial past through the eyes of the Charles Carroll, Barrister and family. Docents lead students as they step back into the 18th century to view portraits of the people who lived at Mount Clare as well as see their furniture, china and silver displayed throughout the house.

National Anthem Tour by Sea
Step aboard a vessel to transport you and your students to a time when Baltimore residents defended their homes, businesses, and land. Enjoy a narrated 1812 Baltimore Harbor cruise and see where Baltimore turned the tide of the War of 1812. (60 minutes)

National Aquarium
Housing more than 16,000 creatures, the National Aquarium exhibits a variety of species in their naturalistic habitats. You'll find animals such as stingrays, sharks, sea turtles, bullfrogs, phytoplankton, monkeys, sloths, iguanas, puffins and thousands more.

National Great Blacks in Wax Museum
Because it is a wax museum committed solely to the study and preservation of African American history, it is also among the most unique. Primarily, the presentation of life-size, life-like wax figures highlighting historical and contemporary personalities of African ancestry defines its uniqueness. (2 hours)

National Museum of Dentistry
Explore why we have teeth, why they are important, and how to take care of them. Check out Mouthie’s hands-on laboratory and come tooth-to-tooth with George Washington’s dentures. (1 hour)

Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History and Culture
Inspired by the three major themes of the Museum’s permanent exhibition – labor, art and intellect, and family and community, groups can discover how Africans brought the skills of their homeland to America and how African Americans developed patterns of work and culture that enabled them to move forward in the New World. (1 hour)

Ripley’s Believe It or Not
Inside a Ripley’s Believe It or Not Odditorium you can visit an unbelievable variety of artifacts and displays in their unique interactive galleries that pay tribute to the odd and strange.

Spirit Cruise
Experience the best of both worlds, with education and fun. Give your student groups the perfect day in Baltimore aboard a Lunch, Brunch, Dinner or Sightseeing Cruise. Each cruise features a fascinating look at Baltimore’s amazing skyline and the landmarks that make the Inner Harbor a popular tourist destination.

The Irish Shrine & Railroad Workers Museum
The museum tells the story of the Irish presence in Southwest Baltimore City in the late 1840’s; particularly as railroad families who lived in the neighborhood that surrounds the B&O Roundhouse. See a depiction of a typical Irish-Catholic working class home furnished with utensils, beds and other implements of everyday life

Urban Pirates
Climb aboard the pirate ship Fearless to experience a swashbuckling adventure while sailing the Inner Harbor.  Learn to talk, sing, dance, play games, and blast the water cannons like a true salty dog. (90 minutes)

USS Constellation
The U.S.S. Constellation - The last all sail ship built by the US Navy. Discover Life on Board with presentations and hands-on activities that focus on the lives and duties of those who served at sea in Mr. Lincoln's Navy.

Walters Art Museum
Beautiful displays of paintings, sculptures, objects and artifacts from across the ages and around the world. A docent led tour of the museum will provide rich connections between the arts and other disciplines. (1 hour)

Box Lunch

Hard Rock Café Lunch

Phillips Seafood Restaurant Lunch

Bubba Gump Shrimp Co. Lunch

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