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Bezienswaardigheden in Baltimore

Kunstmusea

Art Museum
“The Walters Art Museum is a historic 3-building gallery with an extensive collection of paintings and artifacts, and free admission. ”
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Art Museum
“Baltimore has wonderful art museums and the BMA is a great place to start! Admission is free!”
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Art Museum
“The Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA), located in Baltimore, Maryland, United States, is an art museum that was founded in 1914. The BMA's internationally renowned collection of 95,000 objects encompasses more than 1,000 works by Henri Matisse anchored by the Cone Collection of modern art, as well as one of the nation's finest holdings of prints, drawings, and photographs. The galleries currently showcase collections of art from Africa; works by established and emerging contemporary artists; European and American paintings, sculpture, and decorative arts; ancient Antioch mosaics; art from Asia, and textiles from around the world.”
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Art Museum
“If you like creative artwork, you'll enjoy this cool museum which is a 5 minute walk away from you.”
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Museum
“ We have three fun-filled family attractions. Our Ripley’s Believe it or Not! Odditorium has 10 galleries chock full of the weird, strange, and bizarre! The Ripley’s Marvelous Mirror Maze is 2,000 sqft, of endless passages, dead ends, and fun. You can go through the maze as many times as you want in a day. The fun is endless! Our Ripley’s 4D Moving Theater is where you ride the movies. Our state of the art theater with digital effects, motions seats, and 4-D real effects, will have you feeling as if you are in the movie!”
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Art Museum
“If you like free tours and art of all ages , take a short ride to Mount Vernon and to the expansive art museum. Take all day or a short while to go through breathless pieces. ”
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Historische musea

Historic Site
“Open until 5:00 this historic spot is great for a picnic, walk or just take in some views. ”
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Science Museum
“Great adventure for those interested in new things coming in the field of Science.”
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History Museum
“Edgar Allan Poe, American author, poet, editor and literary critic and a part of the American Romantic movement met his wife in Baltimore. Edgar Allan Poe lived with his aunt, Maria Clemm, and her family in this small duplex on North Amity Street in Baltimore from about 1832 until fall 1835. The month of October is usually associated with the strange and mysterious, and in Baltimore that’s especially true when it comes to “Poe-tober.” October is the perfect time to explore Edgar Allan Poe’s macabre life, his enigmatic death and everything in between with only-in Baltimore exhibitions, events and tours.”
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History Museum
“Learn about the history of one of the first and most influential railroad companies in America.”
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History Museum
“You can find discounted tickets on Groupon. The museum is next to the water and Baltimore Sailing Club. It is also the bus stop for the charm city circulator (city's free bus).”
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Schilderachtige vergezichten

Scenic Lookout
“The whole block is covered in lights and its right around the corner from the cottage! Enjoy!”
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Historische locaties

Historic Site
“Open until 5:00 this historic spot is great for a picnic, walk or just take in some views. ”
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History Museum
“Edgar Allan Poe, American author, poet, editor and literary critic and a part of the American Romantic movement met his wife in Baltimore. Edgar Allan Poe lived with his aunt, Maria Clemm, and her family in this small duplex on North Amity Street in Baltimore from about 1832 until fall 1835. The month of October is usually associated with the strange and mysterious, and in Baltimore that’s especially true when it comes to “Poe-tober.” October is the perfect time to explore Edgar Allan Poe’s macabre life, his enigmatic death and everything in between with only-in Baltimore exhibitions, events and tours.”
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Historic Site
“Just a little place of history right here in Baltimore. Check out this amazing museum created in Babe Ruth's honor.”
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Historic Site
“At the heart of Balimore's toniest urban neighborhood is America's first Washington Monument. Climb the 227 steps for great views of the city, and when you're done enjoy the cruciform park that stretches out from the monument's base. Each wing has its own fountain and cultivated grounds -- a great place to spend an afternoon reading outside.”
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Evenementenhal
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Bibliotheken

Library
“Part of Johns Hopkins University this modest 300,000-volume 19th-century library with stunning ornate Greek Revival interior.”
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Library
“Its establishment began on January 21, 1882 when long-time local hardware merchant, banking and steamship company executive and philanthropist Enoch Pratt, (1808-1896), offered a gift of a central library, four branch libraries , and a financial endowment of US $1,058,333 in a significant piece of correspondence to Mayor William Pinkney Whyte and the City Council of Baltimore. His intention was to establish a public circulating library that (as he described it): "shall be for all, rich and poor without distinction of race or color, who, when properly accredited, can take out the books if they will handle them care”
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Library
“The George Peabody Library, formerly known as the Library of the Peabody Institute of the City of Baltimore, is the 19th-century focused research library of The Johns Hopkins University. It is located on the Peabody campus at West Mount Vernon Place in the Mount Vernon-Belvedere historic cultural neighborhood north of downtown Baltimore, Maryland, across from the landmark Washington Monument. The collections are available for use by the general public, in keeping with the famous Baltimorean merchant/banker/financier/philanthropist George Peabody's goal to create a library "for the free use of all persons who desire to consult it"”
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Library
“It's a great big beautiful library with-in waking distance. What else can I say?”
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