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USS Constellation Museum

USS Constellation, the last all sail warship built by the US Navy, is open to the public as a museum in Baltimore's inner harbor.

Address
301 E. Pratt Street
Pier 1
Baltimore Maryland 21202

Phone: 410-539-1797
Fax: 410-539-6238
Website: http://www.constellation.org
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Walters Art Museum

The Walters Art Museum is internationally renowned for its collection, which was amassed substantially by two men, William and Henry Walters. The collection presents an overview of world art from pre-dynastic Egypt to 20th-century Europe, and counts among its many treasures Greek sculpture and Roman sarcophagi; medieval ivories and Old Master paintings; Art Deco jewelry and 19th-century masterpieces.

Address
600 N. Charles Street
Baltimore Maryland 21201

Website: http://www.thewalters.org
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War Memorial Plaza

Erected in honor of the 1,752 Maryland citizens who died during World War I, the memorial building carries each of their names etched in marble on the walls inside. In 1977 the building was rededicated to honor all Marylanders who have fallen in our nations’ battles. Today the building is used by veterans groups, patriotic societies, and for other civic gatherings.

Address
City Hall
100 N. Holliday Street
Baltimore Maryland 21202

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Washington Monument & Museum at Mt. Vernon Place

The First heroic and civic monument in the United States. Dedicated to George Washington, the Monument was designed by Robert Mills forty years before his sister monument in Washington, D.C. Towering above Mount Vernon Place, Baltimore's Washington Monument was the nation's first to honor the first president. The marble Doric column towers 178 feet with a statue of George Washington at its crown. The reward for climbing the steep, winding 228 steps is a bird's-eye view of Baltimore. The base contains a small museum with exhibits chronicling the architecture and development of the monument, which took nearly 15 years to build (1815-1829). Admission: $1.

Address
699 N. Charles Street
Baltimore Maryland 21201

Phone: 410-396-7837
Fax: 410-396-7945
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Waterfront Hotel

The building that houses The Waterfront Hotel was built as a private residence in 1771. It is the second oldest brick building in the city of Baltimore. Converted into a hotel and tavern in 1861, it was most likely used to house troops during the Civil War. After the war, it became a welcome place of rest for weary sailors. It remained a hotel until 1955, when it was converted into a restaurant. The Waterfront earned a reputation as the place to go for great food and lively conversation. More recently, the Waterfront was used as the set for the bar scenes in the television series, "Homicide: Life on the Street." The second floor dining room, offers a great view of the harbor, an updated yet traditional atmosphere, working fireplace and, of course, our excellent food.

Address
1710 Thames Street
Baltimore Maryland 21231

Phone: 410-537-5055
Website: http://www.waterfronthotel.us/
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Zion Lutheran Church

The spiritual home of German speaking Lutherans since 1755, the church was once known as the “German Cathedral of Baltimore.” It still holds German language worship services on a regular basis and remains a gathering place for the city’s German community. The church sanctuary, erected in 1807, is one of the oldest structures in the downtown area.

Address
400 E. Lexington Street
Baltimore Maryland 21202

Website: http://www.zionbaltimore.org/
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