Baltimore's Inner Harbor Walking Tour

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Baltimore's Inner Harbor Walking Tour is a 1.4 mile point-to-point trail located near Baltimore, Maryland. The trail is good for all skill levels and primarily used for walking.

1.4 miles
3 feet
Point to Point

kid friendly


city walk

historic site

Baltimore has a rich, storied history as a seaport. In lieu of a maritime museum, the city has revamped several historic ships and other seafaring attractions into museums that visitors can climb aboard and experience firsthand. The Inner Harbor has four historic ships: the U.S.S. Constellation, a sloop-of-war from 1854; the U.S.C.G.C. Taney, a Coast Guard cutter; a WWII-era submarine named the U.S.S. Torsk; and a lightship that went by many names over the years, but is now known as the Chesapeake. Tickets can be purchased at stands outside any of the ships, and if you plan to hop aboard several you can get a pretty steep discount. This tour also includes a memorial to men lost at sea and a historic lighthouse that has been turned into a museum. Come explore the historic ships docked in the Inner Harbor and take in some great Baltimore history along the way.

2 months ago

Lots of scenery, crowded on weekends, nice little Italy. Flat minus the potholes and train tracks.

3 months ago

7 months ago

The Inner Harbor is a fun place to walk and explore, with lots of history and many options for food and entertainment. We made numerous trips there when we lived in the Washington, DC area, usually in conjunction with a visit to the National Aquarium or a baseball game at Camden Yards (to see the Red Sox).

8 months ago

See the baltimore harbor. Lots of places to stop for sight-seeing, get some food or drinks.

8 months ago

A nice walk, with many places to stop to eat, or shop!