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Katie
Los Angeles

Baltimore

Best free things to do in Baltimore?

I'm going to be in Baltimore next month and will be on a pretty tight budget. I'm looking for the best free and inexpensive things to check out! I love the outdoors, art, museums, you name it. Thanks!


6 Answers

answered by
Tara from Baltimore

Depending on when you travel, there sometimes are outdoor concerts which are free with beer tents, etc., other than that most activities cost $ :( The Inner Harbor also offers some sight seeing, shopping and restaurants. If you want a good bar scene, Fells Point and Federal Hill-Montgomery offer tons of restaurants and bars.


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answered by
Shannon from Albuquerque

The Baltimore Museum of Art is also free and has collections from classic pieces to modern.  It's located on the Johns-Hopkins - Homewood campus which is beautiful.


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answered by
Henry from Baltimore

1. Visit The Walters Art Museum. Afterwards, take a walk towards Mount Vernon Place United Methodist Church. You will see Washington Monument and Mount Vernon Place along the way.

2. Walk along the inner harbor, to Maryland Science Center, then to Federal Hill Park for a panoramic view of the harbor.


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answered by
Hazel from Port St. Lucie

Go to the Bay and walk around the Market Pl. Go visit Edgar Allen Poe. Go see Fort McHenry. Photograph the row houses.


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answered by
Justin from Phoenix

Walk along the waterfront. If you see a Barnes & Noble in a building with huge smokestacks, you've reached a good starting point. Just walk. You're sure to see something interesting going on ... street performers, stores, shipyards, whatever.

Honestly, walking is just the best free thing to do in any city. If you're a visitor, it's all different to you and you're guaranteed to stumble into things that pique your interest.


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answered first by
Giovanni from Baltimore

The Walters Art Museum (free) is great for an afternoon checking out everything from Monet paintings to Egyptian mummies and Samurai swords. Mt Vernon, right outside the museum, is a nice park to walk through. The Hampden neighborhood has interesting shops and restaurants, and the Creative Alliance Inc near Patterson Park features various artistic installations and performances. And of course there are the Inner Harbor and Harbor East neighborhoods for a stroll along the water.


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