STAY: Henderson's Wharf
EAT LUNCH: Cafe Hon
Enjoy lunch for the whole family at Café Hon in the trendy Hampden neighborhood. Select from a variety of American and Baltimore comfort foods like the Crab cake Sandwich and the Hampden Burger. Younger travelers can pick from their delicious kid’s menu. If the weather’s nice, opt for seating outside, and don’t forget tantalizing desserts like bread pudding to homemade cherry pie.
DO: Historic Ships in Baltimore
Climb aboard downtown Baltimore’s fleet of historic ships. Four vessels, docked at three piers in the Inner Harbor, and a lighthouse form the collection of the Historic Ships in Baltimore. Walk the deck of the USS Constellation, the last full-sail vessel commissioned by the U.S. Navy. Explore the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Taney (which survived the 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor), scamper through the cramped quarters of the submarine Torsk, and get a feel for life on the sea at the lightship Chesapeake.
DO: Baltimore Streetcar Museum
Visitors can see how Baltimoreans used to get around at the Baltimore Streetcar Museum. Open on weekends, the museum operates a number of streetcars and is dedicated to preserving Baltimore’s public transportation history.
EAT DINNER: Henninger’s Tavern
Enjoy dinner at this eclectic hidden gem of Fell’s Point. The 40s vibe at the restaurant will be sure to give you a history lesson. The menu includes mouthwatering entrees and appetizers like the Grilled Salmon Filet, and the Maryland Crab Soup. And don’t forget dessert! Savor the Chocolate Brownie Sundae before you leave.