Landmarks To Visit During Your Next Trip To Charm City

Submitted by: Ellie Lewis

While it may not be the most popular vacation destination on the map, Maryland has a lot to offer. You may find yourself passing through on your way somewhere else, you may be visiting a friend or you may actually want to vacation there. Regardless of why you are in Charm City, you should have a plan to see the best the city has to offer. The area is known for its great hospitals and while you could spend time exploring the plastic surgery market and visiting a plastic surgeon; you are likely to miss out on a lot of other stuff if you do not plan ahead. You can skip the doctors and the hospitals and opt instead for the best tourist destinations in the area.

One of the main things you will want to do while in Charm City is photograph some of the well-known landmarks. You will spend a lot of time walking around the city and enjoying the sights, but be sure you take some time to snap a few pictures that are quintessentially Charm City. A photo of the Bromo-Seltzer Tower falls into this category. Located just a few blocks west of Harbor Place and is recognizable the world over. Try to get a few of your vacation shots with this large clock tower in the background. If you are in town during football season, the tower will likely be lit in purple after dark.


Near the tower are both of the sports stadiums. Oriole Park at Camden Yards was the first of the newly built old fashioned baseball parks in the country. Set just behind the Camden Station and Eutaw Street, the ballpark itself is a gem. While the Orioles have fallen short for more than a decade, the ballpark remains popular among local fans and visitors. If you are in town during the baseball season, be sure to catch a game. Getting tickets to see a Ravens football is tougher than Orioles tickets, but still worth the effort. M&T Bank Stadium is right next to Oriole Park and is a great place to enjoy a hard-hitting football game.

Whether you are in town for a day or a week, be sure to stop by the Inner Harbor. The area was part of a revitalization project in the early 1980 s and has continued to grow in the years since it was first imagined. The area is located right on the waters of the Chesapeake and offers options for dining, shopping, entertainment and recreation. Stop by the Gallery, Power Plant and Power Plant Live while in the area.

Finally, take in some of the historical features in town by visiting Fort McHenry. The fort was an important part of the Revolutionary War and was the site where Francis Scott Key penned the National Anthem. If you want to learn more about Key, you can visit his grave, located about an hour west of the city in Frederick, Maryland. Also nearby is the Antietam Battlefield, one of the most important historical sites of the Civil War.

About the Author: Ellie Lewis has worked closely with a

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