inner harbor

The Inner Harbor of Baltimore.

uss constellation point of interest in Baltimore The USS Constellation is berthed at Pier 1 at the Inner Harbor and it is one of the main attractions of the harbor.. The Renaissance Harborplace Hotel and the Gallery shopping center are just on the other side of Pratt Street from the attractions of the Inner Harbor. A beautiful August day at the Inner Harbor with paddle boats cruising out front of the National Aquarium. Small boat owners moor alongside the promenade to take advantage of all of the attractions at the Inner Harbor. Both pavilions of Harborplace offer outdoor seating with great views of the Inner harbor. The Hyatt Regency Hotel was the first Inner Harbor hotel to be built in the late 1970's.  Due to its early start on its competitors, it enjoys one of the best locations for a hotel in the Inner Harbor. The Sports Legends Museum and Geppi's Entertainment Museum occupy the restored Camden Station next to Oriole Park at Camden Yards Rash field, the Inner Harbor, and the downtown skyline as seen from Federal Hill. The Inner Harbor of Baltimore as seen from Federal Hill.  Rash field is in the foreground with the downtown skyline in the background. This ESPN Zone in the Power Plant was the first one of several built in the country.  It features a full service restaurant, a large sports bar, sports memorabilia throughout, and a sports themed arcade. This Coast Guard Cutter is the last ship remaining afloat from the Pearl Harbor attack in 1941 and a part of the Baltimore Maritime Museum. The American Visionary Arts Museum as seen from the other side of the harbor before the construction of the Ritz Carlton Residences. When not cruising the harbor the Lady Baltimore can be found moored alongside the promenade just South of Light Street Pavilion. The Heritage Walk is a tour of the Jonestown, Inner Harbor, Inner Harbor East, Little Italy, and Downtown neighborhoods with the trail marked by these circular markers in the ground. Additional inner-harbor pictures

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