Explore Baltimore


Here’s a list of must-see spots to visit during your stay:


  1. Babe Ruth Birthplace Museum: Discover the legacy of one of baseball’s greatest legends, Babe Ruth, at this historic museum. Learn about Baltimore’s proud sports heritage and its impact on the local and regional levels.
  2. National Aquarium: Dive into an aquatic wonderland as you explore this awe-inspiring aquarium, home to over 14,000 marine species. Be captivated by the magical displays from rainforests to coral reefs while promoting wildlife conservation.
  3. Streetcar Museum: Step back in time and relive the fascinating era of street railway transportation. This non-profit museum preserves Baltimore’s public transportation history with interactive exhibits.
  4. American Visionary Art Museum: Celebrate visionary art and the creativity of self-taught artists. Explore over 4,000 pieces in this unique museum that revels in the power of individual artistic expression.
  5. Baltimore Museum of Industry: Journey into the industrial and technological heritage of Baltimore through exhibits that highlight the region’s manufacturing and industry during the early 20th century.
  6. Maryland Science Center: Engage in interactive exhibits and explore three levels of all-new displays. Learn about scientific marvels and embrace the wonders of the universe.
  7. The Jewish Museum of Baltimore: Immerse yourself in the American Jewish experience in Baltimore and throughout Maryland. Discover the city’s rich Jewish heritage at this thought-provoking museum.
  8. The Lewis Museum: Embrace the largest African American museum in Maryland, celebrating the rich history and culture of African Americans in the state.
  9. B&O Railroad Museum: All aboard for a journey through railroad history. This museum exhibits historic railroad equipment and showcases the vital role of the B&O railroad in America’s development.

Harbor and Landmarks

  1. Fell’s Point and Inner Harbor: Embark on a leisurely stroll through these picturesque waterfront neighborhoods. Fell’s Point offers charming shops, antiques, and delightful festivals, while the Inner Harbor dazzles with shopping, dining, and water taxis.
  2. The Water Taxi: Cruise along the scenic harbor with the Water Taxi, offering a convenient mode of transportation to several popular landmarks, including the National Aquarium and Little Italy.
  3. Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine: Commemorate the birthplace of America’s national anthem, the “Star-Spangled Banner.” Guided tours offer a glimpse into the fort’s historical significance.
  4. Lloyd Street Synagogue: Journey to an 1845 Greek Revival style synagogue building that highlights Baltimore’s Jewish history. Take a guided tour and embrace the vibrant past of the community.
  5. Oriole Park at Camden Yards: Catch a game or simply admire the majestic Oriole Park. This iconic baseball stadium shares a unique bond with the adjacent B&O Warehouse, a must-see for history enthusiasts.
  6. Historic Ships in Baltimore: Step aboard and explore historic naval vessels, including the USS Constellation and USCG Cutter Taney. This maritime treasure trove will transport you back in time.

As you engage in the Conservative/Masorti Convening, remember to take the opportunity to explore Baltimore’s diverse offerings. We can’t wait for you to join us on this unforgettable journey!

Related Blog Posts