We found 3 things to do in Baltimore! Make a splash in your 2015 travel plans to the US with a trip to Baltimore, the second-largest seaport city among the Middle Atlantic States, as well as the largest in Maryland. Grab our tours and activities to experience the most out of any visit to the city which Edgar Allan Poe and Babe Ruth called home. Read more

Spirit of Baltimore Dinner Cruise

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Spirit of Baltimore Dinner Cruise

Explore the ship while the crew casts off for three fabulous hours on the Baltimore Harbor.

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Baltimore, USA

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Hard Rock Cafe Baltimore Lunch or Dinner

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Hard Rock Cafe Baltimore Lunch or Dinner

Come to enjoy a great lunch or dinner at the Hard Rock Cafe Baltimore for a rocking good time!! LOVE ALL - SERVE ALL®

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Hard Rock Café
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Seadog Baltimore Speedboat Tour

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Seadog Baltimore Speedboat Tour

Enjoy a new way to see the city of Baltimore by going on a speedboat cruise down the river! Be prepa...

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Speedboat Cruise in Baltimore
Baltimore, USA

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About Baltimore

Make a splash in your 2015 travel plans to the US with a trip to Baltimore, the second-largest seaport city among the Middle Atlantic States, as well as the largest in Maryland. Grab our tours and activities to experience the most out of any visit to the city which Edgar Allan Poe and Babe Ruth called home.

Go on and make that literal splash in your plans with a Seadog Baltimore Speedboat Tour, on which you’ll cruise down the river while a professional guide walks you through Baltimore’s famous landmarks. Start at the Baltimore Inner Harbor and go cruising down the Patapsco, traveling by the majestic Francis Scott Key Bridge, the longest bridge in the region and also called the Outer Harbor Bridge. This bridge was named after the writer of the national anthem of the USA, “The Star-Spangled Banner,” who was present during the Battle of Baltimore in 1812 when he was inspired to write the poem that would later become a song. Learn more about Baltimore’s history from your guide, and proceed to visit the Maryland Science Museum, with its planetarium and observatory, as well as many other exhibits that the whole family is sure to enjoy. See the USS Constellation, a museum ship that was built as a warship in 1854. Go on to more historical sites like Fort McHenry and the Robert Long House, and far more as you ride down the river.

After a city tour, go on a dinner cruise to satisfy your belly while surrounded by a panoramic view of the Baltimore Harbor and the skyline. For three hours, you will feast on an all-you-can-eat buffet cabaret-style while live entertainment accompanies the night skyline. Dance in the nightclub to a great DJ’s music, or take to the outdoor deck and enjoy the view. You could also go to the Hard Rock Cafe for lunch or dinner, where you will enter the restaurant in the site of the historic Power Plant Building to immerse yourself in rock ‘n’ roll and great American food.

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