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Baltimore's popular Inner Harbor area features lots to do with kids, including the National Aquarium, baseball's Camden Yards, the USS Constellation, even a trapeze school. For more ideas, check out Away.com's Baltimore Family Guide at: http://vacation.away.com/Maryland/travel-v2-cid2364-Baltimore-cid350262-Family-vacations.html Hope this helps! Alistair, Away.com
Answer this1 AnswerYou can go to a local store like Walmart or Target. Or you can find watersports equipment at a sporting goods store like Dicks or Sports Authority.
Answer this1 AnswerGaffney's Back Fin is located at 415 S. Highland Ave. in the "Highlandtown" section of Baltimore. There's also Bo Brooks on 2780-A Lighthouse Point, Baltimore, MD 21224.
Answer this3 AnswersIf you've got kids, go to the aquarium--great stuff, and in a scenic part of the city (albeit a rather manufactured section). Otherwise, Fells Point is a great old-school harbor area with fun restaurants/bars, while Little Italy has amazing Italian food.