Baltimore is a great city and home to many fantastic local sights and attractions. The City also loves seniors and shows it by offering Baltimore seniors many opportunities to enjoy discounts to the best that the city has to offer.
Keep reading to learn about 10 Baltimore attractions where seniors will be treated to a price break in honor of their age.
Visit this iconic, Baltimore landmark and enjoy the beautiful marine life exhibits, an entertaining dolphin show, thrilling shark tank and finish the day with a trip through the gorgeous walk-through rainforest.
2. Fort McHenry
This is the famous location where the Star Spangled Banner was written during the war of 1812. There are few places you can visit that are more patriotic than the scene of a battle that inspired our national anthem. Your eyes will tear up as you hear the story of the men who supported the flag.
The American Visionary Art Museum is home to displays of art created by self-taught artists. The Museum is known for its unique rotating exhibits, relaxing sculpture plaza, and lovely garden. If you love avant-garde artwork from some of the most creative minds, the Art Museum is where you need to go.
Visit the Walters Art Museum’s historic three-building gallery and enjoy looking at paintings and ancient artifacts from the past 5500 years. Seniors can also attend screenings of films and special events.
Bring the grandkids to Port Discovery and have a memorable day in this kid-powered museum through three floors filled with exhibits. Many of the displays were designed by Walt Disney Company Imagineers, making it a must-see attraction.
This museum contains some of the greatest masterpieces from the most famous artists. The collection includes the works of Matisse and Picasso, and also impressionist works and an incredible sculpture garden.
For seniors who love historic trains, the B&O Railroad Museum is a national historic landmark that highlights almost 200 locomotives, a delightful model train display, and offers train rides for visitors. This is another Baltimore attraction that makes a day out a memorable event when grandkids are brought along.
Visitors can see more than 1,500 species of birds, mammals, amphibians and reptiles at the zoo. The Maryland Zoo in Druid Hill Park has been open since 1876 and is a Baltimore treasure everyone should visit at least once.
Historic Ships in Baltimore was created as a result of the merger of the USS Constellation Museum and the Baltimore Maritime Museum. It’s located in the Inner Harbor of Baltimore and has a broad selection of naval artifacts and displays of naval technology and history.
The Cylburn Arboretum is a peaceful park featuring over 20 gardens, dozens of century-old trees, and a collection of horticultural curiosities. Visitors can also walk through the comprehensive nature museum and a Civil War-era mansion.
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