Tour the City Like a Local
Explore the rich history and modern city sights of Baltimore during your stay with Hotel RL Baltimore Inner Harbor. Our convenient location near the city’s historic Inner Harbor makes accessing the best local sights a breeze. Browse through some of our favorite Baltimore attractions, museums, restaurants, and more below.
Shops & Restaurants
The Gallery at Harborplace
Located in the heart of Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, The Gallery at Harborplace offers the perfect mix of shops and restaurants. Enjoy a full day of shopping followed by a hearty meal right on the Baltimore waterfront.
This hip Baltimore neighborhood is well known for its unique and vibrant restaurants, bars and shops. From authentic sushi and homey Italian food to trendy shops like Free People and Madewell, Harbor East is sure to put a dent in your wallet.
Indulge in a late night out at the Horseshoe Casino. Try your hand at poker or spend the evening at one of the casino’s first-rate restaurants—no matter how you choose to spend your time, you’re guaranteed to have fun at this popular Baltimore destination.
Perfect for a family outing, the National Aquarium is located in Downtown Baltimore and allows visitors to get up close and personal with some of the most exciting animals in the sea. Open Monday through Sunday, the aquarium is a must-see attraction year-round.
The historic Hippodrome Theatre at the France-Merrick Performing Arts Center, is Baltimore Inner Harbor’s quintessential live music and theater venue. Featuring a calendar of concerts, comedy tours, Broadway plays, and special events, the Hippodrome houses them all in a beautifully restored 1920s-era building.
Fort McHenry Park
This historic Baltimore attraction played a crucial role in protecting the Baltimore Harbor during the War of 1812. Today, the fort has become a prominent tourist destination and popular recreation center.
Federal Hill Park
Federal Hill Park is located on the south shore of the Inner Harbor and offers visitors some of the best views of the city. Perfect for a leisurely stroll or morning jog, this local park is the ideal spot to get a feel for the city. Some of the park’s features include a basketball court and kids’ playground area.
American Visionary Arts Museum
Home to a truly unique collection of art, the American Visionary Art Museum (AVAM) offers a one-of-a-kind museum experience that doesn’t feel like a museum at all. Browse works from self-taught artists, avant-garde displays, and non-traditional exhibits spanning an eclectic array of themes and motifs.
Maryland Science Center
Great for a family’s day out, the Maryland Science Center offers residents and visitors of Baltimore an entertaining and educational experience. Make your way through the three floors of interactive exhibits and special programming at this classic Baltimore attraction.
Enoch Pratt Free Library
The Enoch Pratt Library’s Central branch is one of the most iconic buildings in Baltimore. Originally opened in 1933, the block-long library features beautiful architecture and artwork that give a real sense of the city’s history.