Visit Baltimore Official Guide Fall/Winter 2019 VisitBaltimore_FallWinter_2019_Final_Digital - Page 39

Oriole Park at Camden Yards only self-taught artists in permanent and traveling exhibitions. For a more history- based museum experience, learn all about the hard work that built this city at the Baltimore Museum of Industry. It’s located in an 1860s oyster cannery, and hands-on exhibits (including oyster shucking!) take place alongside displays and recreations of industrial factories and stores. Just next to Federal Hill sits the small peninsula of Locust Point, which is known best for its historic landmark, Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine. Explore the site where Francis Scott Key found his inspiration for writing the National Anthem. Even out of season, nearby Oriole Park at Camden Yards is worth a stop. It’s Port Discovery considered one of the most beautiful stadiums in the country. Daily tours go into the dugout, press box and club level. Just a few blocks away, the rowhouse where Babe Ruth was born is now a museum dedicated to his life. Visit his first home to learn all about the famous slugger and see memorabilia from his childhood and career. Though it was once a shipbuilding area, the historic Fell’s Point neighborhood is now known for its stone-paved streets B A LT I M O R E . O R G 37