Baltimore is built upon diversity and a variety of activities that offer a wide scale of experiences. Here you can find a million ways to make new memories, learn something new, have a fun night out, and spend your free time.
While most activities will cost money, there are just as many things to do without going over your budget. In this guide, we will offer unique experiences that are available all year round. What’s great about Baltimore is that you won’t have to drive far to actually do these activities as it is extremely walking able.
So, if you’re on a tight budget, here are 4 things to do in Baltimore for free.
Trek through Gwynns Falls
The Gwynns Falls Trail provides a great opportunity to explore the outdoors. The train starts at the I-70 Park and follows through the stream to the middle branch and back into the Inner Harbor at Patapsco River.
Visit Fort McHenry National Monument
Once served as a Civil War prison and hospital, the star-shaped Fort McHenry played a strong role in American history. It is the most notable for its role in the Battle of Baltimore where America defended the Baltimore Harbor from the British Navy. Today, the Fort is part of the National Park that also offers a historical exhibit.
Bring the Family to Urban Pirates
Board the Pirates family adventure cruise and watch as the sailors transform into pirates. The adventure offers loads of fun with endless singing, dancing, face painting, and games led by the entertaining pirate crew.
Escape to Pierce’s Park
Located on Pier 5 on the Inner Harbor of Baltimore, Pierce’s Park provides a Seuss quality with whimsical sculptures, a musical fence and more. The park provides all the fun with interactive equipment and just a short walk from the National Aquarium. The main focus is developing a health harbor that features indigenous trees, native rain gardens, and plants to help educated visitors.
What activities are you interested in trying? Is there anything else you would like to recommend? Comment below and let us know!