Day 1 You'll See:
- Inner Harbor and Harbor Sightseeing Cruise
- USS Constellation
- B & O Railroad
- Oriole Park - Baseball Game
Day 2 You'll See:
This sample 2-day Baltimore field trip is perfect for a student group wanting to see all the city's main attractions in one short visit!
The Inner Harbor Region has been welcoming people, ships, and goods since the 1600s. When you visit the location, you can dine, shop, explore museums, and check out entertainment attractions. The best shopping destination in the area is known as the Harbor Place. At the location, guests can shop, grab a bite to eat at one of the many restaurants, and enjoy seasonal live entertainment as part of the experience. You can shop at music stores, a bookstore, malls, and specialty shops. Visitors can also purchase novelty items and souvenirs.
The last vessel from the Civil War era, the USS Constellation was built in 1854 and is the last all-sail that was made by the United States Navy. Some people say that the name USS Constellation represents the stars on the flag, your group can decide for themselves as they climb aboard and get a glimpse of the life of a sailor in days past. Step into the slice of historic life as you explore the goings-on inside the USS Constellation!
The B&O Railroad Museum has an operating replica of the first locomotive, The Tom Thumb, and also features many other pieces of American railroad history.Originally named the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, the B&O helped shape the early industrial foundation of the United States. The museum which stands as a tribute to this illustrious line is home to the single largest collection of 19th-century locomotives in the world as well as a highly significant collection of railroad antiquities.
Oriole Park - Baseball Game
When you visit the National Aquarium, you will see sea creatures and featured exhibits including Blacktip Reef. Here, you will encounter animals such as blacktip reef sharks, whiptail rays, a 500-pound green sea turtle, and zebra sharks.The Living Seashore exhibit allows visitors the opportunity to touch interesting animals. You can graze your hand over a moon jelly and an Atlantic stingray, learn about some of the beach’s treasures including horseshoe crabs, sand dollars, and egg cases, and you can also discover shore secrets through interactive digital touch-table games.
From dinosaurs to space travel, the smallest of cells to whole planets, the Maryland Science Center is like a textbook come to life!Within these walls, find yourself face to face with giant dinosaur replicas, extraordinary science experiments created by you and your team, and so much more. In the SciLab you become the scientist and don the lab coats, mixing ingredients and testing hypotheses. In Newton's Alley, explore the findings and experiments of one of the most famous scientists, Sir Isaac Newton. Connect with both space and the earth at the TerraLink and SpaceLink exhibits or visit the Planetarium to see for yourself.