Baltimore – Things to do with your Team

Baltimore is the largest city in Maryland, and it boasts more public monuments per capita and more historic districts, period, than any other city in the U.S. This is where the Star Spangled Banner was penned by Francis Scott Key, and it’s the birthplace of Babe Ruth and the beloved Orioles. There’s a lot of history in this town, and it’s spawned a thriving metropolis that takes its food, arts, entertainment, and sports seriously, which means that there are lots of things for your team to do when you visit. If you’re at the Baltimore Convention Center, many of the attractions included in this guide are within walking distance. Check out that travel guide for even more options.


Historic Ships

Baltimore - Things to do with your Team - Travel - Hotels4TeamsLooking for a hands-on encounter with history? Historic Ships in Baltimore is the steward of a number of historic ships, including the USS Constellation and USS Torsk, all moored within walking distance of one another and wholly board-able and tour-able. You can take a guided tour with a thoroughly knowledgeable guide, or you can take a self-guided audio tour. Discounted tickets are available for groups of 10 or more. 301 E Pratt St, Baltimore, MD 21202


Amazing Scavenger Hunt Adventure

Welcome to Baltimore… a city where the history is as plentiful and rich as the sweet blue crabs of the Chesapeake. Your amazing scavenger hunt adventure will begin in the Historic Inner Harbor and will take you on a journey along the water front, among museums and other historic buildings. You’ll explore interesting parts of Little Italy and see the location where the Star-Spangled Banner Flag was created. So put down that crab mallet and take off that bib to discover one of the best things to do in Baltimore …Play the Game, See the Sights, and Experience Baltimore in a whole new way! 601 Light St, Baltimore, MD 21230


Babe Ruth Birthplace & Museum

For baseball and Babe Ruth fans, a visit to this legend’s birthplace and museum is a couple of hours well-spent. Learn all about this American icon through interesting exhibits chronicling his upbringing, his amazing record, and his personal life. Tour his birthplace, now its own museum, and behold incredible artifacts that awe and inspire. 216 Emory St, Baltimore, MD 21230


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Shake and Bake Family Fun Center

Skate on the Rink, or hit the Alley. Shake and Bake is perfect for teams that can’t agree on which activity to do next when they’re in Baltimore. So do both! And don’t forget about the game room! Fun for every age! 1601 Pennsylvania Ave, Baltimore, MD 21217


Ripley’s Believe it Or Not Museum

If you’ve never stepped foot in a Ripley’s Believe It or Not Museum, now’s the time to take the plunge. This fascinating museum, dubbed the Odditorium, features 8,000 square feet of space over two floors, filled to the gills with over 350 exhibits, from shrunken heads to toothpick sculptures to a replica of Hogwarts. The unexpected is always to be expected at Ripley’s Believe It or Not, and the kids–and adults–will love it. 301 Light St, Light St. Pavilion, Baltimore, MD 21202


Tour Oriole Park at Camden Yards

Oriole Park opened in 1992, and it’s one of the most beloved stadiums in the country. You can learn how this amazing ball field promptly revolutionized baseball and get an in-person look at the dugout, the press levels, the scoreboard and control room, the exclusive Suite Level, and Legends Park. You’ll also get a historical perspective on the Camden Yards area, including the Inner Harbor and the history and birthplace of Babe Ruth. See those sites and more at the Oriole’s home field in Baltimore. 333 W Camden St, Baltimore, MD 21201


Maryland Science Center

Located in the Inner Harbor, the Maryland Science Center offers a fascinating, interactive experience that will appeal to kids and adults of all ages. It features a planetarium, a rooftop observatory with a computer-controlled telescope that lets you view planets and stars, and a ton of creative, hands-on exhibits that cover topics like Dinosaurs, Planet Earth, and The Human Body. Mind-bending demonstrations occur on the Demonstration Stage every day, and the kids will love the wacky facts and cool artifacts scattered throughout. 601 Light St, Baltimore, MD 21230


B&O Railroad Museum & Train Ride

Baltimore - Things to do with your Team - Travel - Hotels4TeamsEven if you’re not a devout train enthusiast, you can’t help but be impressed by the Baltimore and Ohio (B&O) Railroad Museum, which houses the oldest and most comprehensive American railroad collection on earth. Exhibits include locomotives, rolling stock, and numerous artifacts that document the history of the B&O Railroad and its impact on the country. When you’re done perusing, take a train ride: The Mile One Express is a 20-minute trip down the first mile of commercial railroad track laid in the U.S. 901 W Pratt St, Baltimore, MD 21223


When it comes down to exciting group activities, Baltimore is where they’re at! You have no excuse to stay in the hotel all day, and you won’t need to since Baltimore’s hotels are located in active areas. Your team will have a blast in Baltimore, thanks to these and other activities that offer unique experiences and an opportunity to bond. No matter what you end up doing, as long as you’re doing it together, you’ll all come away a stronger team and a new appreciation for this great city!