Baltimore Daily Life Walking Tour, Baltimore

This tour offers a great insight into the daily life of Baltimoreans. This tour will guide you to places where locals regularly go to pray, study, eat, shop, dance, and enjoy themselves. Get a sense of the inner energy of the city and see Baltimore how locals see it with our Baltimore Daily Life Walking Tour.
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Baltimore Daily Life Walking Tour Map

Guide Name: Baltimore Daily Life Walking Tour
Guide Location: USA » Baltimore (See other walking tours in Baltimore)
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Sightseeing)
# of Attractions: 7
Tour Duration: 2 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 4.1 km
Author: rose
Hippodrome Theater

1) Hippodrome Theater (must see)

The Hippodrome Theatre is a former vaudeville theater in Baltimore, Maryland. Built in 1914 for impresarios Pierce and Scheck, the 2300-seat theater was the foremost vaudeville house in Baltimore, as well as a movie theater. The Hippodrome was designed by Thomas White Lamb, one of the foremost theater architects of his time. Lamb gave the theater an unusually strong presence on Eutaw Street through the use of brick and terra cotta on a massive façade. The Hippodrome has been recently renovated...   view more
Sight description based on wikipedia
World Famous Lexington Market

2) World Famous Lexington Market

Lexington Market is a historic market in downtown Baltimore, Maryland. The main market is housed in two large buildings on the north corners of the intersection of Paca and Lexington Streets. In the broader sense, Lexington Market encompasses both the main market and all of the shops on Lexington Street from Greene Street to Liberty Street. The main market buildings are host to small eateries and stands selling fish, produce, meat, baked goods, and candy.

Lexington Market is one of the...   view more
Sight description based on wikipedia
Enoch Pratt Free Library

3) Enoch Pratt Free Library (must see)

The Enoch Pratt Free Library is the public library system of Baltimore, Maryland. Its Central Library occupies the eastern half of a city block bounded by Franklin Street to the north, Cathedral Street to the east, Mulberry Street to the south and Park Avenue to the west. The flagship of the system, it was designated the State Library Resource Center by the Maryland General Assembly in 1971. The system also includes twenty-two branches each located throughout the city.

Its establishment began...   view more
Sight description based on wikipedia
Baltimore School for the Arts

4) Baltimore School for the Arts

The Baltimore School for the Arts (BSA) is a public arts high school located in Baltimore and is a part of its public school system. BSA offers concentrations in vocal music, instrumental music, theater acting, theater production, dance, and visual arts. The school has produced numerous "Presidential Scholars" in the Arts and its students have gone on to attend major conservatories and Ivy League Schools.

In 1979, the President of the School Board authored a charter creating the...   view more
Sight description based on wikipedia
Grand Central

5) Grand Central

The Grand Central is a famous night club which is considered to be the best spot in Baltimore for gays and lesbians. Here you'll hear a range of music styles from 1980s music to goth, pop and eclectic. Spread across two bars with a comfortably large dance floor, the club also has a special area for ladies upstairs that gets really kicking on Ladies...   view more
Corpus Christi Church

6) Corpus Christi Church

The Corpus Christi Church is a Roman Catholic Church that opened in 1891. Open to all, it's a perfect place to enter for quiet prayer. Built in a 13th Century Gothic style, the church's decor revolves around the theme of wine and wheat from the translation of Corpus Christi - “Body of...   view more
Station North ARTS CAFE Gallery

7) Station North ARTS CAFE Gallery

The Station North ARTS CAFE Gallery is seen by many Baltimoreans as a nice spot for lunch. The prices are quite reasonable and the menu is diverse, it's also a very friendly place with great customer service. While you're eating, have a look out for the rotating art exhibits in the dining...   view more

Walking Tours in Baltimore, Maryland

Create Your Own Walk in Baltimore

Create Your Own Walk in Baltimore

Creating your own self-guided walk in Baltimore is easy and fun. Choose the city attractions that you want to see and a walk route map will be created just for you. You can even set your hotel as the start point of the walk.
Baltimore African American Heritage Walking Tour

Baltimore African American Heritage Walking Tour

This tour is dedicated to the African American Heritage of Baltimore. You'll be impressed by the many fantastic attractions in the city that reflect the many African-Americans who served to add great value to the lives of people in the community. Take this walking tour to learn more about African American Heritage in Baltimore

Tour Duration: 4 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 9.7 km
City Orientation Walk

City Orientation Walk

Maryland's main city and the birthplace of U.S. national anthem, Baltimore is rich in historic attractions reflecting its interesting and eventful past. As a major seaport, Baltimore is big not also in terms of maritime history (USS Constellation), but also as a home to the National Aquarium, showcasing an impressive collection of marine species.

Tour Duration: 3 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 5.0 km
Baltimore Museums Walking Tour

Baltimore Museums Walking Tour

In just a few hours on your next trip to Baltimore, you can get a unique flavor of the history of the city at its great museums. There's Edgar Allan Poe House, the birthplace of American railroading at B & O Railroad Museum and celebrity dentures at the National Museum of Dentistry.

Tour Duration: 3 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 6.7 km
Baltimore Architectural Walking Tour

Baltimore Architectural Walking Tour

There's no better way to witness Baltimore's rich history than by going to see its many wonderful buildings and other architectural sights. This tour includes Mount Vernon Place United and a historic district featuring houses built in the early 19th Century. Don’t miss the opportunity to see these places on your trip to Baltimore.

Tour Duration: 2 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 3.8 km
Baltimore Historic Landmarks Walking Tour

Baltimore Historic Landmarks Walking Tour

Baltimore has many great landmarks that reflect the city’s interesting and rich history. Many of these monuments are related to war due to Baltimore's key role in the War of 1812. Don’t miss the opportunity to visit the U.S.S. Constellation or admire amazing horse sculptures at the War Memorial.

Tour Duration: 1 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 2.2 km
Baltimore Places of Worship Tour

Baltimore Places of Worship Tour

Baltimore has many beautiful places of worship, including several buildings listed as National Historic Landmarks. A number of different faiths are represented including Presbyterian, Methodist, Unitarian, Episcopal, Lutheran and Roman Catholic. Take our Places of Worship tour to see the most impressive churches in the city, which come in all different styles including Gothic revival, Norman-Gothic, Tudor-Gothic, 12th Century Italian, Romanesque elements, neoclassical, classical and more.

Tour Duration: 2 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 3.3 km