Create Your Own DIY Sightseeing Map in Baltimore, USA

Create your own self-guided walk to explore the city, starting from your hotel or a place of your choice. Afterwards the customized walk can be saved to your mobile phone or tablet. Using the GPSmyCity app, you can follow the walk route with ease. View this short introduction video to learn more and use the contact us form to ask questions or report issues. View all attractions on the map.

Step 1: Select Attractions

Select the city attractions to be included in the custom walk by tapping "Select" button under the sight image. Maximum 15 attractions per walk.
[A1] A People United
[A2] AIA Baltimore Gallery
[A3] American Visionary Art Museum (must see)
[A4] B & O Railroad Museum (must see)
[A5] Babe Ruth Birthplace Museum (must see)
[A6] Baltimore City Hall
[A7] Baltimore Civil War Museum
[A8] Baltimore Museum of Art (must see)
[A9] Baltimore School for the Arts
[B1] Baltimore Trust Company Building
[B2] Baltimore's Antique Row
[B3] Barnes & Noble Booksellers Power Plant
[B4] Basilica of the Assumption (must see)
[B5] Billie Holiday Monument
[B6] C. Grimaldis Gallery
[B7] Club 347
[B8] Corpus Christi Church
[B9] Decker Gallery
[C1] Edgar Allan Poe House and Museum (must see)
[C2] Emerson Bromo-Seltzer Tower
[C3] Enoch Pratt Free Library (must see)
[C4] Eubie Blake Jazz Museum & Cultural Center
[C5] Federal Hill
[C6] Fell's Point Second Sunday Antique Market
[C7] First & Franklin Street
[C8] First Unitarian Church of Baltimore
[C9] Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine (must see)
[D1] Franklin Street Presbyterian Church and Parsonage
[D2] Frederick Douglass-Isaac Myers Museum & Maritime Park
[D3] Grand Central
[D4] Great Blacks in Wax Museum (must see)
[D5] Hippodrome Theater (must see)
[D6] Holocaust Memorial and Sculpture
[D7] Housewerks
[D8] Maryland Science Center (must see)
[D9] McLain Wiesand
[E1] Mother Mary Lange Monument
[E2] Mt. Vernon Place United Methodist Church
[E3] National Aquarium in Baltimore (must see)
[E4] National Museum of Dentistry
[E5] Negro Heroes of the U.S. Monument
[E6] Old St Paul's Church
[E7] Pascault Row
[E8] Phoenix Shot Tower
[E9] Port Discovery Children's Museum (must see)
[F1] Reginald Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History & Culture (must see)
[F2] Second Chance Antique & Salvage Warehouse
[F3] Seven Foot Knoll Light (must see)
[F4] St Leo Roman Catholic Church
[F5] St Vincent De Paul Church
[F6] St. Alphonsus Church
[F7] Star Spangled Banner Flag House
[F8] Station North ARTS CAFE Gallery
[F9] The 2 O'Clock Club
[G1] Thurgood Marshall Monument
[G2] Top of the World Observation Level and Museum (must see)
[G3] Tradestone Gallery
[G4] U.S.S. Constellation (must see)
[G5] USCGC Taney (must see)
[G6] Vanessa Vintage Treasures
[G7] Walters Art Museum (must see)
[G8] War Memorial
[G9] Washington Monument and Museum at Mount Vernon Place
[H1] Watermark Gallery
[H2] Westminster Hall
[H3] World Famous Lexington Market
[H4] Ye Old Antique Barn
[H5] Zion Lutheran Church

Step 2: Select Starting Point

The walk's starting point can be either one of the selected attractions or some other personal place of choice, e.g. your hotel or nearby metro station.
Select one*:

Place Name*:
Locate the Place*: get GPS coordinates
Choose a Hotel*:

Step 3: Create/Update Route

The selected attractions are displayed on the map below. The red pins mark must-see attractions, green pins - ordinary attractions. If you selected a hotel or another personal place in Step 2, it is marked by a blue pin.
The tour starting point is your personal place specified in Step 2.
Indicate the tour start point by entering the map pin ID in the field below.
The tour starting point is a hotel specified in Step 2.
Starting Point*: Numeric value only.

Step 4: Save Your Custom Walk

Enter a name for your custom walk, along with your email address, in the fields below. You will receive the instructions for retrieving your custom walk on the GPSmyCity app by email. You can change the sights and re-arrange the walk route using the app.
Walk Name*: