- The list below includes 267 free or cheap things to do in or near Baltimore, Maryland, including 121 different types of inexpensive activities like Movie Theaters, Music Venue, Art Museum and History Museums.
- From Federal Hill Park to Mount Vernon, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Baltimore and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Annapolis, Laurel, Columbia and Pasadena.
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Verde Baltimore MoreLess Info
Full-service trattoria with bar offers courses covering wine pairing, pizza making, and beer pairing
92% 409 votes
Warren Ave, Baltimore, MD 21230 MoreLess Info
Offering views of the harbor, Federal Hill Park features cannons that were used during the Civil War at Fort Federal Hill. The park provides a basketball court, a children's playground, benches, picnic areas, open green space and a plaza.
91% 148 votes
The Mount Vernon Cultural District is the home of several historic sites, including The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra and the Walters Art Museum. The area is known for its strong LGBT community.
80% 189 votes
Westminster Cemetery on the southeast corner of Fayette and Greene sts., Baltimore, MD MoreLess Info
Featuring a large marble monument that measures 80 inches in height, Edgar Allan Poe's Grave Site & Memorial is the current burial site of the famous author. Poe's remains were moved several times before reaching this marker.
97% 3982 votes
333 W Camden St, Baltimore, MD 21201 MoreLess Info
Oriole Park at Camden Yards is a major league baseball stadium which also serves as the home field of the Baltimore Orioles. Being the first of the 90's 'retro' ballparks, its features an outfield made exclusively of straight wall segments and seats which provide scenic skyline views.
96% 2245 votes
2400 E Fort Ave, Baltimore, MD 21230 MoreLess Info
Fort McHenry National Monument commemorates the role that the star-shaped coastal fort played in the War of 1812, defending the Baltimore harbor against the British Navy. Self-guided tours of the preserved fortresses and canons coupled with scenic views of the water, are available.
91% 1904 votes
Fell Street, Baltimore, MD MoreLess Info
Founded by William Fell in 1730, Fell's Point is a historic neighborhood overlooking the water on the northern shore of the Baltimore Harbor. Once a prominent port, it is now home to a large number of bars as well as antique stores, restaurants and more.
85% 2244 votes
One of the oldest seaports in the country, Inner Harbor is also a local tourist attraction being home to a variety of shops, museums, restaurants, entertainment centers and more.
80% 113 votes
600 Charles Street, Baltimore, MD MoreLess Info
The centerpiece of a National Historic Landmark District, Washington Monument and Mount Vernon Park was first designed more than 200 years ago. Visitors can enjoy strolling the park, enjoying a picnic lunch, and soaking in the history of the area.
98% 1129 votes
600 N Charles St, Baltimore, MD 21201 MoreLess Info
The Walters Art Museum houses an eclectic collection of artifacts from around the world ranging from pre-dysnatic Egypt to 20th-century Europe as a part of its collection.