Baltimore’s storied past and bright future are both seen in each of our Waterfront neighborhoods. Comforting walks on The Promenade of The Inner Harbor guide you past the new Rash Field Park, Maryland Science Center, Harborplace, and The National Aquarium. Remaining on the red brick trail leads into the high-end retail, premier dining, and nightlife of Harbor East before walking along with the aquatic sanctuaries that connect to the new architecture of Harbor Point that offers some of the area’s best views. Fells Point’s trendy shops, one-of-a-kind boutiques, welcoming bars, and award-winning restaurants ready to show you to your table make every visitor beyond memorable.
The Waterfront was made for you to explore. Along with its eye-opening attractions are the natural getaways located on all points of The Waterfront meant for you to play, relax, and engage with to understand your impact on the environment better. These stops on our self-guided Nature Walk and Planet Walk take you to these green spaces to see expertly grown plants in tranquil settings that uniquely engage visitors to appreciate each plant blooming colorfully.
Getting all of our visitors to better understand their ecological impact by introducing them to the marine life and other species vital to our region is a priceless ally in conservation. One of our best thrills is seeing people get excited as they become more familiar with the natural systems and cycles that make our cherished ecosystem thrive in every season. Here are all the natural exhibits happening right now.
Getting Around The Harbor
Quick, reliable transportation is everything when it comes to getting to where you want to be on The Waterfront. Here is our guide to all the Water Taxi routes, nearby mass transit options and walkable pathways you can use to explore all the attractions in each district during one of your many visits.