Baltimore, Maryland
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Our most recommended Baltimore, Maryland Sightseeing Tours

  • Baltimore Buffet Dinner/Dance Cruise of the Inner Harbor

    1. Baltimore Buffet Dinner/Dance Cruise of the Inner Harbor

    You are in for a very special evening the moment you step aboard The Spirit of Baltimore and are escorted to your private candlelit table. Order drinks, then feel free to explore the ship while the crew casts off for the captivating 3-hour cruise around the Inner Harbor. Your waiter will invite you to feast on the cafeteria-style buffet, where everything is freshly prepared.  Choose from entrees such as pan-seared chicken breast and oven-baked flounder, fresh salads and a selection of pastas. Take as little or as much as you like. Savor your selections over perfectly paced dinner music and never-ending views. While you are reveling in the delicious cuisine. Relax over coffee and dessert while you listen to fun curated music. Sip cocktails under the stars, then take your drinks topside and relax on the largest outdoor deck in Baltimore while you soak in the views. Sample Dinne...

    Could be a littlepre entertaining. I KNOW Covid has changed alot! But the DJ could be better

  • Baltimore: Baltimore Ghosts Haunted Walking Tour

    2. Baltimore: Baltimore Ghosts Haunted Walking Tour

    Take a tour and discover the darker, hidden history of Baltimore with a professional guide. Throughout your exploration of the city, hear many chilling tales of hauntings and ghosts of the many historic landmarks. Visit locations throughout the Fell's Point neighborhood and learn the haunted history behind each one. Explore the Fell Family Cemetery and hear why only the males of the family are buried there. See if you can spot the spirit of William Fell, who died mysteriously at the age of 27. Discover "The Horse You Came in On Saloon", a notable bar frequented by writer Edgar Allen Poe. Hear of the local accounts of experiences of the paranormal that will stay with you long after you leave Baltimore. Choose to take part in the extended walking tour, and discover even more tales of ghostly sightings and hauntings in the city.

  • Baltimore: Fells Point Walking Food and History Tour

    3. Baltimore: Fells Point Walking Food and History Tour

    Start the tour on the east side of Fells Point, where you will learn all the important aspects of the area, including the many interesting architectural and historic elements that make it what it has become. Learm about the industrial, residential, commercial, and social elements that make up this small neighborhood. Enjoy 5 stops in total for food tastings. Each stop been chosen to represent the best of the local cuisine. Taste some fresh vegetables from nearby farms, crab cakes, Korean-Polish fusion food, craft cocktails, and delicious desserts. Progressing from one stop to the next, your guide will delve into the history and culture of the neighborhood. Move from one story to the next much as you move from one restaurant to the next, which keeps the tour dynamic and entertaining. You'll learn the history of the city, how it played a vital part in the War of 1812, and the industrial ...

    We really enjoyed the tour. The time flew by. The food and the company was awesome . When we come back to the area, this tour is definitely on the list. Thank you from Charles and Jacinta Adams

  • Baltimore: Mt. Vernon Neighborhood Food Tour

    4. Baltimore: Mt. Vernon Neighborhood Food Tour

    Come explore Mt. Vernon, the neighborhood of the aristocrats in Baltimore, and embark on a multicultural food tasting experience: visit 4 restaurants and see the views of the best neighborhood in town. Named for the home of George Washington, this land was donated by a Revolutionary War veteran of a wealthy family to erect a monument to Washington. The area soon became the most desirable place to live, if you were a family or person of means and taste. Fast forward to today—the stunning architecture and grand designs of the neighborhood are paired with multi-ethnic restaurants and many museums and boutiques. The funky cultural mix of communities in the area lend themselves to the dynamic food and flavors that are found all over. Start your tour at the Maryland Historical Society, where you'll dive into the history and formation of the neighborhood after the War of 1812. Learn about and...

  • Baltimore: 15-Minute Helicopter Tour

    5. Baltimore: 15-Minute Helicopter Tour

    Take to the skies in a climate-controlled turbine jet-powered Bell 206 Jet Ranger for up to 4 passengers and see Baltimore from a whole new perspective on this 12-15 minute helicopter tour. Witness Fort McHenry and the Under Armour World Headquarters in the Locust Point neighborhood, and see the US submarine, USS Torsk, and a decommissioned aircraft carrier in the Port of Baltimore. You'll get to see sights such as Patterson Park, Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore Aquarium, the Inner Harbor sightseeing hub, and the iconic Natty Boh and Domino Sugar signs. If you are a sports fan, you're sure to love your unique view of the Oriole Stadium at Camden Yards and the Ravens Stadium at M&T Bank Stadium. Get a unique aerial perspective of historic neighborhoods such as Downtown Baltimore, Fells Point, and Mount Vernon before beginning your descent. Land safely back down at your starting point ...

  • Baltimore: Baltimore & Annapolis Skyway Helicopter Tour

    6. Baltimore: Baltimore & Annapolis Skyway Helicopter Tour

    Experience Baltimore and Annapolis, two of the most beautiful cities in Maryland, via the skies. All tours are in a climate-controlled turbine jet-powered Bell 206 Jet Ranger seating up to four passengers and offering Bose noise-canceling headsets. Have the chance to view the following sites from the sky: • Fort McHenry • Port of Baltimore and Seagrit Marine Terminal • Natty Boh Sign atop Natty Boh Tower • Patterson Park • Johns Hopkins Hospital • Historic Fells Point • Oriole Stadium at Camden Yards • Ravens Stadium at M&T Bank Stadium • Mount Vernon (Baltimore) • Inner Harbor • Baltimore Aquarium • Under Armour World Headquarters • Iconic Domino Sugar Sign • USS Constellation • USS Torsk • Locus Point • Key Bridge • Fort Carroll Sanctuary • Johns Hopkins Bayview Campus • Venice on the Bay • Bayside Beach • Gibson Island • Magothy River • Severn River • U.S. Naval Academy • Navy Stadiu...

  • Baltimore Amazing Scavenger Hunt Adventure

    7. Baltimore Amazing Scavenger Hunt Adventure

    Looking for a way to turn Baltimore into a giant game board? Urban Adventure Quest has created an interactive scavenger hunt that combines the fun of the amazing race with a three-hour sightseeing tour of Baltimore.  Guided from any smart phone, groups make their way among well known and overlooked gems of the city, solving clues and completing challenges while learning local history.   The adventure begins in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor and will take you on a journey among historic landmarks, sailing ships, museums, Little Italy and other great sites of the city.  Experience views and excitement of the Inner Harbor as well as the sights and smells of Little Italy.   Using a smart phone as “the guide” allows participants to start when they want and determine their own pace of play.  Stop for lunch along the harbor walk or grab an Italian pastry in Little Italy. Offered at a fixed price fo...

    The four of us had fun - most of the clues were fun. The numerology one has some flaws in it but otherwise this was a great time.

  • Baltimore: Craft Beer Brewery Tour

    8. Baltimore: Craft Beer Brewery Tour

    Embark on an all-inclusive Baltimore craft beer tour that you won’t forget. Experience Baltimore's highly rated beer scene by stopping at 4 of Baltimore's best Breweries. Sample up to 16 delicious beer styles and enjoy a curated beer pairing lunch. Meet your guide and follow on an exclusive behind the scenes look at each brewery's interesting and unique beer making process. The breweries you will visit range from large production breweries like Guinness or Heavy Seas, to smaller more intimate spaces like Waverly, or Diamondback Brewing, to name a few. Choose to start the tour in the day or the evening. Pick the Compact Tour option for a 3-hour tour with visits to only 3 breweries.

  • From DC: Baltimore Day Trip with Optional National Aquarium

    9. From DC: Baltimore Day Trip with Optional National Aquarium

    Enjoy a comprehensive private day trip with luxury transportation included to Baltimore, Maryland, from Washington DC. Explore one of the most historic and strategic port cities in the United States, and discover why Baltimore is also known as “Charm City.” Depart with your guide from the US Navy Memorial Plaza, steps from the National Mall, in Washington DC and drive for about 1 hour to Baltimore. Once there, learn about key moments of Baltimore's past, such as the legendary British bombardment during the War of 1812 and the birth of the American national anthem. Hear about important historic figures that called Baltimore home, including Frederick Douglass, Charles Carroll, and Wallis Simpson, later known as the Duchess of Windsor after marrying Edward VIII, the Prince of Wales. Visit the famous Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine as well as the gravesite of the famed A...

  • Baltimore: Charm City Helicopter Tour

    10. Baltimore: Charm City Helicopter Tour

    The city of Baltimore, MD has so many great things to offer but it's too hard to visit them all in one day. Luckily, you are able to view much more through the skies, in the cabin of a helicopter. All tours are in climate-controlled turbine jet-powered Bell 206 Jet Ranger seating up to four passengers and offering Bose noise canceling headsets for the utmost comfort while you soar over the city. On the 18-20 minute Destination Baltimore Tour, you can expect to see the following (but not limited to): • Fort McHenry • Port of Baltimore/Seagrit Marine Terminal • Natty Boh Sign atop Natty Boh Tower • Patterson Park • Johns Hopkins Hospital • Historic Fells Point • Downtown Baltimore • Oriole Stadium at Camden Yards • Ravens Stadium at M&T Bank Stadium • Mount Vernon (Baltimore) • Inner Harbor • Baltimore Aquarium • Under Armour World Headquarters • Iconic Domino Sugar Sign • USS Constellat...

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What people are saying about Baltimore, Maryland

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The food choices were good and delicious. Although the goal was to kick it up a level I was looking forward to something’s more local like crab cakes. Unfortunately we were too full at the last stop to even consider eating half of what was plated and ending up taking it home. A cup of coffee and a pastry would have been enough to finish off the tour!

Fun way to get to know the neighborhood! Worth it!!

Rich was interesting, flexible & a great tour guide. My son is new to a local college & it was a great way to familiarize ourselves with the area. We have a list of places we want to come back to! Great way to spend an afternoon.

We really enjoyed the tour. The time flew by. The food and the company was awesome . When we come back to the area, this tour is definitely on the list. Thank you from Charles and Jacinta Adams

Could be a littlepre entertaining. I KNOW Covid has changed alot! But the DJ could be better

My wife and I wanted a date night doing something special