Sea Baltimore TAKE A HIKE EXPLORE BALTIMORE FIND AUTHENTIC AMERICAN HISTORY TOURS DAILY CT MAY-O 2780 Lighthouse Point E.; 410-929-0039; SeaBaltimore.com We offer small group sailing cruises, both serene and extraordinary, that show you the magic of the Chesapeake without leaving the city of Baltimore. Yacht Charters on the Bay by Watermark 555 Light St., Finger Piers; 410-268-7601; YachtChartersOnTheBay.com Offers private charters on climate- controlled yachts from the Inner Harbor for all occasions: corporate, social, weddings and more. Select tours start at the Inner Harbor Visitors Center FOR MORE INFO 410-878-6411 explorebaltimore.org CATCH A RIDE WITH US One of the ﬁ nest operations of its kind, the Baltimore Streetcar Museum features: • Rides on vintage Baltimore streetcars • Displays, layouts, tours, museum store • Special group arrangements and rental packages City Brew Tours Baltimore Civic Works - Clifton Mansion 99 W. Baltimore St.; 410-469-8687; CityBrewTours.com Drink your way through Baltimore and its beer culture. We are the only beer- centric touring company to the region’s top breweries. 2701 St. Lo Dr.; 410-366-8533; CivicWorks.com/Mansion/History The former home of Johns Hopkins, a unique museum with a 200-year legacy of community service. 5001 Washington Blvd., Halethorpe, MD; 240-713-4672; NewGuinnessBrewery.com Tour the Guinness Open Gate Brewery & Barrel House, sample experimental beers brewed on-site, dine in our restaurant and purchase exclusive Guinness merchandise. Union Craft Brewing 1700 W. 41st St.; 410-467-0290; UnionCraftBrewing.com A craft brewery and tap room with a Baltimore heart, brewing right in the heart of the historic mill village of Woodberry. Distilleries Baltimore Spirits Company 1700 W. 41st St., #430; 443-687-9099; BaltimoreSpiritsCo.com Our distillery is a mix of state-of-the art and old-world distilling, designed to create the most expressive spirits possible. Old Line Spirits 4201 E. Pratt St.; 443-218-9984; OldLineSpirits.com Whiskey and rum distillery with an in-house craft cocktail bar. Sagamore Spirit 301 E. Cromwell St.; 410-624-7488; SagamoreSpirit.com Open daily for tours and tastings. Committed to putting Maryland back on the map as the premier distiller of rye whiskey. Historic Sites Arch Social Club 2426 Pennsylvania Ave.; 410-669-9856; ArchSocialClub.com We provide guided tours of the museum of founding members and their struggle through racism and Jim Crow segregation. We also offer live music, banquet and catering facilities. 901 W. Pratt St.; 410-752-2490; BORail.org Features the most comprehensive collection of 18th- and 19th-century railroad artifacts, plus America’s first mile of commercial railroad track. Babe Ruth Birthplace Museum 216 Emory St.; 410-727-1539; BabeRuthMuseum.org Located two blocks from Camden Yards, this National Historic Site is Babe Ruth’s birthplace and features rare artifacts, photos, videos and more. 48 Mention this ad and receive $1.00 off admission for each person in your party. 1901 Falls Road | Baltimore, MD 21211 410-547-0264 | www.baltimorestreetcarmuseum.org B A LT I M O R E . O R G Carroll Mansion Breweries B&O Railroad Museum Open Sundays – November, December, March, April & May Open Saturdays & Sundays - June through October Noon to 5:00 p.m. (Closed January and February) 1316 Park Ave.; 410-523-1542; BrownDowntown.org Brown Memorial has thrived as an urban congregation since 1869 and houses one of the world’s largest Tiffany window collections and a Skinner pipe organ. 800 E. Lombard St., Carroll Museums, Inc.; 410-605-2964; CarrollMuseums.org Constructed in 1811, Carroll Mansion has functioned as residence to Charles Carroll of Carrollton, last living signer of the Declaration of Independence; a saloon; tenement apartments; a sweatshop; vocational school; recreational center; and historic site. Guinness Open Gate Brewery & Barrel House Our guided walking tours uncover local stories and surprises on every corner... ...like like the Star-Spangled Star Spangled Banner Flag House! Brown Memorial Park Avenue Presbyterian Church Baltimore Civil War Museum at President Street Station 601 President St.; 443-220-0290; CivilWarBaltimore.com Free museum that explores the city’s Civil War and Underground Railroad history; see website for hours. Edgar Allan Poe House and Museum 203 N. Amity St.; 443-327-9789; PoeBaltimore.org Refurbished National Historic Landmark where Poe lived from 1833 to 1835; open Thursday through Sunday 11 a.m.-4 p.m. and by appointment for groups of 10+. Evergreen Museum & Library 3400 N. Charles St., The Johns Hopkins University; 410-516-0341; Museums.JHU.edu Tour a magnificent Gilded Age mansion and its world-class collections, set on 26 landscaped acres. Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine and Hampton National Historic Site 2400 E. Fort Ave.; 410-962-4290; NPS.gov/FOMC The birthplace of our national anthem, this 18th-century fort defended Baltimore Harbor during the War of 1812. Greater Baltimore History Alliance P.O. Box 375, Brooklandville, MD; BaltimoreMuseums.org A consortium of museums dedicated to preserving, interpreting and promoting local heritage through collaborative community services and educational programs. Historic Ships in Baltimore Pier 1, 301 E. Pratt St.; 410-539-1797; HistoricShips.org Four ships and a lighthouse that are all National Historic Landmarks; open daily. Homewood Museum 3400 N. Charles St., The Johns Hopkins University Museums; 410-516-5589; Museums.JHU.edu Tour one of the nation’s finest examples of Federal-era architecture, a National Historic Landmark built in 1801 by Charles Carroll, Jr. Irish Shrine and Railroad Workers Museum 918-20 Lemmon St.; 410-347-4747; IrishShrine.org Honoring the Irish who fled the Great Famine, two restored 1840s rowhomes recreate the life of a typical Irish railroad worker. La Grande Vision - James Earl Reid Sculptor 5517 Haddon Ave.; 443-722-2552; LaGrandeVision.com James Earl Reid created a magnificent bronze sculpture of jazz legend Billie Holiday, complete with her signature gardenia, which stands more than 8 feet tall on Pennsylvania Avenue in West Baltimore. Lillie Carroll Jackson Civil Rights Museum 1320 Eutaw Pl.; 410-383-8737; Explore.BaltimoreHeritage.org/items/ show/518#.WLc45_nyvmY The restored home of civil rights leader and freedom fighter Lillie May Carroll Jackson.