The Baltimore Harbor Pass is a wise family investment that provides a one-price, four-day package of fun to five top city attractions located in the Inner Harbor – Maryland Science Center, National Aquarium, Sport Legends at Camden Yards, Top of the World Observation Level and either American Visionary Art Museum or Port Discovery Children’s Museum.
Each Harbor Pass is good for one-time admission to each of the attractions over four days. The calendar begins on the start date chosen by each visitor. All tickets are good for general admission, can not be combined with any other offers from selected attractions and are not valid for any special exhibitions, films, or special events.
Tickets can be purchased online, by telephone, or in person. Stop by the Baltimore Visitor Center on the West Promenade of the Inner Harbor. Call 1-877-Baltimore. Click on Visit Baltimore. Purchase a Harbor Pass three days or more in advance for greater savings.
Baltimore’s Harbor Pass Attractions
- The Maryland Science Center explores dinosaurs, the human body and outer space. It has three floors filled with hundreds of exhibits, theater experiences and demonstrations. A special Kids Room is available for children eight years old and younger.
- Sports Legends Museum at Camden Yards features 22,000 square feet of sports action, with interactive exhibits that place the spotlight on Maryland ’s sports history.
- The National Aquarium tours the river gorge of Animal Planet Australia and the depths of the open ocean. More than 16,000 animals from habitats around the world call this home.
- Top of the World Observation Level provides a 360-degree panoramic view of the city while standing 387 feet above the Inner Harbor.
- American Visionary Art Museum showcases artistic wonders created by farmers, housewives, mechanics, retired people, the disabled, homeless and even an occasional neurosurgeon.
- Port Discovery Children’s Museum is ranked among the top five children’s museums in the country. Its three floors of fun and learning include interactive educational exhibits for children from age two to 10.