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Baltimore National Heritage Area


401 Light Street
Baltimore, MD 21202
United States

(??.? miles from you)

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Baltimore National Heritage Area


(??.? miles from you)

401 Light Street
Baltimore, MD 21202
United States


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Why You Should Go...

Baltimore National Heritage Area walking tours uncover local stories and surprises on every corner. Experience Baltimore’s unique heritage with tours of the city’s most historic neighborhoods.

Why You Should Go...

Baltimore National Heritage Area walking tours uncover local stories and surprises on every corner. Experience Baltimore’s unique heritage with tours of the city’s most historic neighborhoods.

Let an urban ranger lead you along Heritage Walk, which winds through the Inner Harbor, Little Italy, and historic Jonestown. Trail highlights include the Star-Spangled Banner Flag House, the state’s African American history museum, and the Carroll Mansion.

Urban rangers can also show you the Historic Fell’s Point Trail. History runs throughout the streets of Fell's Point, which served as the city's deep-water port for over a century. Residents here 200 years ago witnessed to the bombardment of Fort McHenry during the War of 1812. Shipbuilders crafted impressive ships, and a young enslaved Frederick Douglass lived in Fell's Point until 1838 when he fled bondage. 

Be sure to take lots of pictures. Maybe your photo could grace the cover of their 2017 calendar and win a prize. Visit the website for the details. 

What You Should Know...

Open: Seasonally: April, May, June, July, August, September, October

Cost: Less than $25

Payment: Cash, Check, MC, Visa, Discover

Discounts: Children, Seniors, Students, Military

Access: Public Transportation, Service Animals

Available: Guided Tour

Extra Fun...

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For the best walking experience, wear comfortable walking shoes and weather-appropriate clothing. Be sure to bring water to keep hydrated, especially during the summer.

Fun Facts

Baltimore was “light city” long before 2016. Baltimore was the first U.S. city with gas streetlights. The first gas street lamp was lit in February 1817, less than a year after Rembrandt Peale installed gas lighting in his museum. 

Download the PDF for more fascinating facts about Charm City! 

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Why You Should Go...

Baltimore National Heritage Area walking tours uncover local stories and surprises on every corner. Experience Baltimore’s unique heritage with tours of the city’s most historic neighborhoods.

Let an urban ranger lead you along Heritage Walk, which winds through the Inner Harbor, Little Italy, and historic Jonestown. Trail highlights include the Star-Spangled Banner Flag House, the state’s African American history museum, and the Carroll Mansion.

Urban rangers can also show you the Historic Fell’s Point Trail. History runs throughout the streets of Fell's Point, which served as the city's deep-water port for over a century. Residents here 200 years ago witnessed to the bombardment of Fort McHenry during the War of 1812. Shipbuilders crafted impressive ships, and a young enslaved Frederick Douglass lived in Fell's Point until 1838 when he fled bondage. 

Be sure to take lots of pictures. Maybe your photo could grace the cover of their 2017 calendar and win a prize. Visit the website for the details. 

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What You Should Know...

Open: Seasonally: April, May, June, July, August, September, October

Cost: Less than $25

Payment: Cash, Check, MC, Visa, Discover

Discounts: Children, Seniors, Students, Military

Access: Public Transportation, Service Animals

Available: Guided Tour

Extra Fun

Insider Info

For the best walking experience, wear comfortable walking shoes and weather-appropriate clothing. Be sure to bring water to keep hydrated, especially during the summer.

Fun Facts

Baltimore was “light city” long before 2016. Baltimore was the first U.S. city with gas streetlights. The first gas street lamp was lit in February 1817, less than a year after Rembrandt Peale installed gas lighting in his museum. 

Download the PDF for more fascinating facts about Charm City! 

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