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About Inner Harbor
The Inner Harbor is a model of successful revitalization in Baltimore, to the point where it's almost too touristy. Key attractions include the National Aquarium and Camden Yard, home field of the Baltimore Orioles. Baltimore thinks big with shopping at the enormous Harborplace Mall and entertainment at Powerplant Live, a complex with bars, clubs and restaurants. At night the area is aglow with hotels and chain restaurants such as Cheesecake Factory and Ruth's Chris Steak House. But local restaurants like Miss Shirleys afford home-style relief, and there's no denying the appeal of waterfront strolls along the harbor.
Read more about Baltimore's Inner Harbor on Hipmunk's Inner Harbor Neighborhood Guide.
Though it puts on a tough act for gimmicky tours inspired by crime-drama TV series <em>The Wire</em>, Baltimore is upbeat and laid-back: families are drawn to the revitalized Inner Harbor by the National Aquarium and Baltimore Orioles games. Arty types find inspiration in Fells Point galleries, and hungry hordes join Johns Hopkins University students for Indian eats and beer by the gallon in Charles Village.
Read more about Baltimore on Hipmunk's Baltimore City Guide.
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