National Aquarium:

This Tour does not include lunch. There is a cafeteria inside, or you can eat at a host of restaurants around the aquarium. 

The National Aquarium – also known as National Aquarium in Baltimore and formerly known as Baltimore Aquarium – is a non-profit public aquarium located at 501 East Pratt Street on Pier 3 in the Inner Harbor area of downtown Baltimore, Maryland in the United States. Constructed during a period of urban renewal in Baltimore, the aquarium opened on August 8, 1981. The aquarium has an annual attendance of 1.5 million visitors and is the largest tourism attraction in the State of Maryland. The aquarium holds more than 2,200,000 US gallons (8,300,000 L) of water, and has more than 17,000 specimens representing over 750 species. 

Horseshoe Casino Tour:

Includes lunch 

Horseshoe Baltimore is an urban two-story casino, and the second largest casino in Maryland with a 122,000-square-foot gaming floor. The multimillion-dollar facility features video lottery terminals, table games, and a World Series of Poker room. Horseshoe’s 20,000-square-foot Baltimore Marketplace features Charm City food outlets, three premier restaurants, and several bars and lounges.

Mustang Alley Bowling:

Featuring 12 lanes of bowling, a chef-inspired menu, a full-service bar featuring craft beer and cocktails, and a private event room, Mustang Alley’s is one of Baltimore’s most exciting destinations for your next event. Whether it is date night, a large corporate gathering, or anything in between, Mustang Alley’s can make your outing one to remember. Mustang Alley’s concept of an upscale bowling alley is one that is unique to the Baltimore City area. Within walking distance to Fells Point, Little Italy, Harbor East and the Inner Harbor we add to the area’s diverse collection of great restaurants, bars and entertainment options.

Fells Point Walking Tour:

Includes Lunch

Fell’s Point is a historic waterfront neighborhood in southeastern Baltimore, Maryland, established around 1763 along the north shore of the Baltimore Harbor and the Northwest Branch of the Patapsco River. Located 1.5 miles east of Baltimore’s downtown central business district, Fells Point is known for its maritime history and character.The neighborhood has numerous antique, music, and other stores, restaurants, coffee bars, a municipal market house with individual stalls, and over 120 pubs.

Across its 250 year history, Fells Point has hosted large immigrant communities, including Irish, Germans, Jews, Poles, Ukrainians, Russians, Czechs, and Slovaks. Since the 1970s, middle- to upper-middle-income residents have increasingly adopted the area, restoring and preserving historic homes and businesses. Sometimes now called “Spanish Town,” Upper Fell’s Point to the north along Broadway has gained a sizable Latino community, primarily Mexican and Central American immigrants, mostly since the 1980s

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Wine Tasting

Wine Tasting: 


Cigar and Whiskey Tour

Cigar and Whiskey Tour:

This tour includes lunch, and then a meet up at a cigar show in Downtown Baltimore. You select the cigars inside the shop and we bring the Whiskey/Bourbon and Scotch to taste and share. Location TBD

Hamden Neighborhood walking tour:

Includes Lunch 

Trendy Hampden is centered on West 36th Street, known as The Avenue, a colorful stretch of shops, restaurants and bars in converted row houses. Small galleries and indie stores sell vintage clothes and quirky art, while retro diners and dive bars sit alongside trendy craft cocktail spots. The neighborhood hosts HONFest in spring and Hampdenfest in Fall, celebrations of classic Baltimore art and kitsch.

American Visionary Art Museum:

Includes Lunch

Located in Baltimore’s Federal Hill neighborhood, the American Visionary Art Museum (AVAM) stands as a beacon of outsider art, also known as intuitive or raw art. Established on the south shore of Inner Harbor, AVAM reclaimed its site from industrial residues, marking a transformative journey from a copper paint factory and whiskey warehouse to a national treasure. Recognized by Congress as America’s foremost museum for visionary art, AVAM spans 1.1 acres with 67,000 square feet of exhibition space. Its permanent collection of 4,000 pieces features works by renowned artists like Ho Baron, Nek Chand, and Howard Finster, alongside captivating installations from the Cabaret Mechanical Theatre of London. AVAM celebrates artistry from unexpected sources—farmers, housewives, mechanics, the disabled, and the homeless—inspired by an unquenchable creative spirit. Discover three floors of exhibitions in the Main Building, complemented by the Tall Sculpture Barn, Wildflower Garden, and expansive event spaces in the Jim Rouse Visionary Center.

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