This is a beautiful place brimming with the charm of history. It is a seaport and a very popular tourist attraction in this city. The name is just not because it is the end of the harbor but also because it is surrounded by spick and span roads and flyovers all around it. The roads look mesmerizing in the late evening and dark when it is completely lit up. The cars passing by make it a perfect city picture.
This place was also designated as the best place suited for industrial redevelopment in this city. Inner Harbor is just a mile or so from Camden Yards and thus is an important center for trade and tourism. As you come here you will also see a lot of fantastically designed buildings museums, art galleries, restaurants, etc.
- Brio Tuscan grille
- Woodberry Kitchen
- Rusty Scupper Restaurant and Bar
- Ruth’s Chris Steak House
- Canton Dockside
- Thames Tree Oyster House
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95% of people who visit Baltimore include Inner Harbor in their plan
3 PM - 4 PM
39.88% of people start their Inner Harbor visit around 3 PM - 4 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Inner Harbor
64.78% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Inner Harbor