Worth seeing downtown:
Harborplace, at the intersection of Pratt and Light Streets. Home to more than 200 stores and restaurants in two glass-enclosed shopping malls.
Maryland Science Center, 601 Light Street. Wonders of scientific discovery, including the latest Hubble telescope images.
National Aquarium in Baltimore, Pier 3, 501 E. Pratt Street. A view of the universe down under.
The Old Shot Tower, 801 E. Fayette Street. In the 19th century, one of the largest suppliers of musket ammunition in the country.
World Trade Center, 401 E. Pratt Street. The 27th floor offers bird's eye views of the Inner Harbor, and a permanent exhibit about some of Baltimore's famous natives, such as Edgar Allen Poe and Billie Holiday.
Babe Ruth Birthplace and Orioles Museum, 216 Emory Street. The Bambino started life here. 'Nuff said.
Oriole Park at Camden Yards, 333 W. Camden Street. Baltimore's monument to baseball, home to the Orioles.
U.S.S. Constellation, Pier 1 on Pratt Street. The United States' only surviving ship from the Civil War. For now, in dry dock undergoing restoration at the Fort McHenry Shipyard, slip #5.
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