Visitor Service and Information



Visiting Baltimore: Weekend Events


Nov. 1st - Nov. 3rd



First Fridays at The Can

Nov. 1, 2002

Location: The Can Company, Boston St. in Canton
Phone:(410) 558-CANC

"Autumn Fun" - Celebrate the season of change at The Can. Every first Friday of the month from 6-9 enjoy free,
live themed outdoor entertainment, happy hour deals & specials.


Princess Classics

Oct. 30 - Nov. 3, 2002

Location: The Baltimore Arena
Phone: 410-481-SEAT

Disney on Ice presents this skating spectacle featuring your favorite Disney damsels.


Grand Reopening: Jacobs Wing of European Masters

Nov. 1 - Nov 30, 2002

Location: The Baltimore Museum of Art
Phone: 410-396-7100

Exceptional collections trace European art from the 15th through 19th centuries with significant examples
by Raphael, Canaletto, Titian, Rembrandt, Corot, Delacroix & more.


Sail Baltimore

Nov 2, 2002

Location: 1809 Thames Street
Phone: 410-522-7300

Sail Baltimore produces an annual program of visiting ships from around the world to Baltimore's waterfront for visitors to enjoy, from international vessels, tall ships, military ships, environmental and educational vessels. Nov 2nd, you can visit the Steam Tug Boat built in 1906 along the West Wall of the Inner Harbor. The S. T. Baltimore is the only remaining Steam Tug on the East Coast.


IMPROV Comedy Club and Restaurant

Nov. 1 - Nov. 3, 2002

Location: 6 Market Place
Phone: 410-727-8500

Will Durst will be performing.



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SightSeeing at Baltimore



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25 Light Street 3rd Floor
Phone: 410-727-DUCK

Take a Baltimore adventure aboard an amphibious duck. See the city from both land and sea as the expedition takes you through historic sites and neighborhoods then plunge you into the Inner Harbor for a water tour.



601 Light Street
Phone: 410-685-2370

Three floors of hands-on exhibits featuring the Chesapeake Bay, Structures, Hubble Space Telescope, Beyond Numbers, and Energy. IMAX 3D five-story theatre, Davis Planetarium, live demonstrations.



World Trade Center
401 E. Pratt Street, 27th Floor
Phone: 410-837-VIEW

Top of the World offers a panoramic view of Baltimore and beyond.



901 W. Pratt Street
Phone: 410-752-2490

TSee the most comprehensive collection of early American trains displayed in the Roundhouse.



216 Emory Street

The Babe Ruth Museum's exhibits feature Babe Ruth, the Baltimore Orioles, and regional baseball.


Baltimore Cruises:

Next to the Aquarium, you can enjoy one of the Harbor Cruises. There are a few options: Bay Lady, Lady Baltimore, Clipper City and Black-Eyed Susan. Visit the concierge to find out more details.



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