Wondering What To Do In Baltimore? Here’s Where To Take Your Out-Of-Towners This WeekendPosted January 28th, 2020
Living at Luminary means you are just blocks away from the Inner Harbor’s greatest attractions. With a Walk Score of 98 and a Transit Score of 91, planning a weekend for you and your guests couldn’t be easier.
Check out which of Baltimore’s must-see’s are just a few minutes away from Luminary at One Light.
For the animal lovers:
Distance: .5 miles away from Luminary
The National Aquarium in Baltimore is one of the most famous aquariums in the country. Apart from showcasing some of the earth’s most stunning creatures, The National Aquarium also works to rescue, rehabilitate and release animals, protect the Baltimore watershed and educate Baltimorians and visitors about the environment. Visit the aquarium to enjoy one of their many exhibits, or join in on one of their conservation initiatives.
For the artsy friend:
Distance: .6 miles away from Luminary
The Walters Art Museum prides itself on being a cultural hub for Baltimore. The best part? It’s a 10-minute walk from Luminary and offers free admission. The Walters boasts a variety of exhibitions ranging from collections of centuries old manuscripts, a sprawling ceramics display, and rotating installations of various mediums. Looking for a more hands-on experience? Whether its making art for the kids, or a live arts performance — The Walters’s programming is sure to have something for everyone to enjoy.
For the foodies:
Distance: .7 miles from Luminary
No trip is complete without indulging in the city’s greatest fare. For a weekend in Baltimore? That means heading to Lexington Market, the oldest market in America, to discover their 67 local vendors. Be sure to make a stop at Faidley’s Seafood, as no trip to Baltimore is complete without a bushel of crabs and drinking a Natty Bohemian (Natty Boh, to us).
For the competitive spirits:
Distance: .3 miles from Luminary
Looking to add a little excitement to your weekend plans? Gather your friends and head to the Charm City Clue Room and see if you have what it takes to escape their four rooms. Room themes include U.S.S. Constellation, Edgar Allen Poe, The Spy Room and the Dark Carnival.
For the photographer:
Distance: .4 miles from Luminary
What better way to share your trip to Baltimore, than posting a photo overlooking the entire city? At Top of the World Observation Level, you can experience a 360-degree panoramic view of Baltimore’s skyline, inner harbor and more. The observation deck is located at the 27th floor of the World Trade Center, and features binoculars and photo-map guides. These views do not get old and are sure to make for a highlight of the weekend– for both you and your guest.