Best Things to Do in Baltimore | Budget Car Rental

Best Things to Do in Baltimore

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Outdoor Adventures

With more than 4,900 acres of parkland, you’ll find no shortage of space for outdoor adventures in Baltimore.

Patterson Park

Locals and visitors alike enjoy this beautiful park. Between the walking trails, playgrounds, pagoda, pool, ice skating rink, fountains, lake, dog park, and more, there are plenty of outdoor activities for kids and adults to enjoy.

Druid Hill Park

Spend some time in America’s third-oldest established park. Druid Hill Park offers beautiful gardens and trails to wander through, a wide variety of athletic facilities, and a lovely a lakeside loop around Druid Reservoir.

Baltimore Historic Sites

Did you know that there are more public statues and monuments per capita in Baltimore than in any other U.S. city? Enjoy getting to know some of Baltimore’s historic sites on your vacation like these:

Fort McHenry

Step into the War of 1812 at the historic Fort McHenry. Living history demonstrations can breathe new life into the history you learned in a classroom. After watching the British bombard Fort McHenry, Francis Scott Key was inspired to write the words to our national anthem, “The Star-Spangled Banner.” In fact, the poem was originally known as “The Defence of Fort McHenry.”

Edgar Allan Poe House & Museum

One of America’s most well-known authors, and the father of the modern short story, Edgar Allan Poe called Baltimore his home. Today, visitors can see where Poe wrote some of his early works and celebrate his legacy at the museum.