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What draws so many people to Baltimore? Perhaps it's the top places to visit in Baltimore the world-famous and historic inner harbor which boasts tall ships and reveals the city's maritime legacy. Or maybe it's the star-shaped Fort McHenry, the birthplace of America's "Star-Spangled Banner" anthem. Or maybe it's the world-renowned museums, award-winning restaurants or jazz music scene. Not to mention, the city is a gateway to everywhere from the Northeast and Canada, to the exotic Caribbean islands and Bermuda. Celebrate sports at the Babe Ruth Birthplace Museum, view world's largest collection of art by Henri Matisse at the Baltimore Museum of Art or gaze at the 55 centuries worth of art within the walls of The Walters Art Museum. Whatever you choose to experience during your cruise from Baltimore, you'll surely come to understand why so many return to Charm City.
If you love memory maxing, you’ll love Vision of the Seas® — where you’ll always find plenty of incredible ways to fill your days at sea. Reach new heights on the rock-climbing wall 40 feet above deck. Indulge in gourmet globe-trotting with mouthwatering dishes from Italy to Japan. And applaud dazzling Broadway-style entertainment.
Baltimore is your gateway to a thrilling getaway to the tropics. From postcard-perfect beaches at Grand Bahama Island to record-breaking thrills and endless ways to chill at our private destination, Perfect Day at CocoCay — memory maxing adventures await you onboard Enchantment of the Seas®.
No visit to Baltimore is complete without exploring the historic Inner Harbor. Step aboard a collection of impressive ships— a Pearl Harbor-era cutter, a 1930s lightship, a sail-powered warship dating back to 1797. Then stroll around brick walkways flanked by chic boutiques, restaurants serving Mid-Atlantic seafood, and photo-worthy views of the water.
Relive the Battle of Baltimore at Fort McHenry, where in 1814, by dawn’s early light, Francis Scott Key wrote the lyrics of The Star-Spangled Banner, the United States’ national anthem. Enter this star-shaped citadel to follow a period costumed guide around the grounds, watch an educational film, and see a replica of the 15-starred American flag.