Baltimore for Baltimoreans Bus Tour
August 22, 2019

–Tour of Baltimore’s neighborhoods, Monuments, attractions, and sightseeing, Including:
* 4 Maritime Museum restored ships including the sailing ship USS Constellation, USS Chesapeake, USS submarine Torsk, and the USS Tawny
* Trade Center tallest 5 sided building in the World
* First electricity generating station in America
* Oldest railroad station and depot in America, President’s Street Station (Civil War Museum)
* Newest city neighborhood, Harbor East, upscale
* Sparrows Point, best views of the Inner Harbor
* Fells Point very old and the real reason for the War of 1812 and the Battle of Fort McHenry
* Little Italy and its history as Irishtown (for the Railroad)
* R. Lewis museum first African American museum
* Star Spangled Banner museum and story of America’s national anthem Flag
* Jonestown and the Synagogues Jewish museum
* Charles Carroll Mansion and his contributions to early America
* Shot Tower–the last one in America
* WWI Memorial and City Hall magnificent architecture
* 1815 War Memorial on the city flag
* Late 1800s stone building architecture including B&O railroad headquarters and Fidelity Building (all stone)
* Walters Art Museum and Peabody musical Institute
* Washington Monument 1815 & Washington Plaza including Tiffany’s House, League of Nations and the Garrett mansion
* Maryland Gentleman’s Club, Belvadere Hotel (oldest in Baltimore 1903), Penn railroad Station,
* Peabody (Charles) Villager & Painted Houses
* Guilford classic city neighborhood, its houses, and Sherwood Tulip Gardens
* John’s Hopkins University, and more Painted Houses
* Pratt First Public Library, and First Cathedral in America
* Former Entertainment neighborhood of Baltimore, Hippodrome, Lexington Market (oldest in America)
* E.A. Poe’s grave, Babe Ruths birthplace, and the iconic Bromo Seltzer Tower
* Convention Center and Camden Yards Baseball Park
* The National Aquarium, Jones Causeway (longest in the world)
LUNCH at Attman’s Deli ( also time for any questions or discussions)
* History of Baltimore’s first founding and growth
* Federal (Smith’s) Hill oldest city neighborhood
* Visionary Art unique museum, Museum of Industry
* Domino Sugar sign and plant, Under Armour
* Locust Point and Baltimore’s famous Row Houses
–Arrive Fort McHenry for 2 pm movie and review of Museum and gift shop
* The Inner Harbor, Ships, Cruise Lines, Monuments, Museum of Industry
* harbor View and Ritz Carlton most expensive Real Estate neighborhoods
* Maryland Science Center one of 10 best in America
3 pm RETURN TO TEMPLE