History picks up and moves out of the Inner Harbor—at least for the next few months. The USS Constellation needs some work below the waterline.
Use those legs and walk your way through the history of Baltimore.
Don’t wait for trivia night to come to your favorite local bar to learn as much as you can about Charm City. Prepare for categories like history, health, animals and film while gaining an appreciation for everything Baltimore.
Some of the best haunted places only get that way because they host a long and intricate past filled with death– whether by war, disease or murder. Learning what the dead went through in life, or the circumstances of how they died, not only lets you know why those ghosts are sticking around, it makes for a great night out at the city’s most haunted places.
If you’re looking for a place to watch the Inner Harbor fireworks, have we got an idea for you. The USS Constellation is hosting a big party, and you are invited.
Don had “Coffee With” Tanner Foust and Greg Tracy. They talked about a gravity-defying, two-driver double vertical loop attempt at the X Games. Ron Matz had “People Are Talking” about the USS Constellation’s annual Fourth of July Deck Party.
Baltimore is best-known for its Ports America Chesapeake 4th of July Celebration, which hosts the popular live performance by Electric Brigade, a U.S. Naval Academy Band and a not-to-be-missed firework display over the bay. No matter where you go along the Inner Harbor, the area will be bustling with historical and cultural events throughout the day. Just be sure to pick the perfect spot to enjoy the spectacular fireworks show that starts at 9:30 p.m.
The Baltimore area is a famous tourist destination with many well-known attractions, but it’s also home to some remarkable not-so-well-known places. Here are the ones you never knew you could tour.
She may not move under her own power, but the USS Constellation still generates plenty of hometown pride. The historic landmark is back in her berth at the Inner Harbor.
If you were at the Inner Harbor Monday morning there was a quite a sight. For the first time in more than 10 years the U.S.S. Constellation was on the move for repairs.
For People Are Talking, Ron Matz was at the Inner Harbor talking about for the first time in more than 10 years both the USS Constellation and USS Torsk will be hauled out of the water and dry-docked for critical maintenance and preservation projects.