About Tim A
Lives in Louisville, Kentucky
Since Jun. 2015
35-49 year old male
Travel has always been a part of my life. I find different cultures around the world to be a vital part of what defines us as people. . Learning a different life style can change the way you relate to things at home.
Bodies of Water
The Inner Harbor is studded with museums, restaurants, shopping, and other activities to appeal to all manner of interests. Stroll around and enjoy the water, or set sail on a cruise to enjoy the sights.
The Baltimore Water Taxi offers a fun, inexpensive method of transportation for the Inner Harbor and its attractions. With parking on the expensive side, this is great alternative.
Located in the Inner Harbor, the National Aquarium offers plenty of up-close-and-personal opportunities to view sea creatures. You can even touch some, when you visit the new 'Living Seashore' exhibit!
This science center, located right along the Inner Harbor, can be reached easily by the water taxi. Kids really love the 'Shed,' where they can create new projects on every visit. You'll also find an IMAX theater and a planetarium with cool star shows.
The Maryland Zoo is a great place to visit the animals and commune with nature. With more than 1,500 animals from chimpanzees to chameleons, this is definitely a good stop for the entire family.
In the century since the Baltimore Museum of Art opened with just one painting, its collection has grown to 95,000 works of art, including 19th-century, modern, and contemporary pieces. Best of all, the museum is always free!
The children's museum has plenty of hands-on activities and interactive exhibits that are fun for the entire family. There are also special exhibits that add to the museum's already impressive collection.
The grave of Edgar Allan Poe, the famous 19th-century author and poet known for macabre works such as 'The Raven,' is located in the Westminster Burial Grounds, not far from the Poe House Museum.
Edgar Allan Poe lived in this house, now a museum and a National Historic Landmark, from 1833 to 1835. Visitors can tour the place to see where Poe put pen to paper for many of his works.
Take a step back in time and learn all about the railroad industry and its vital role in the American economy. The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Museum is known as the birthplace of railroading in America. This historic landmark has the largest collection of railroad artifacts in the world.
Located in the heart of downtown, Horseshoe is a great way to relax and unwind. With over 2,200 slots and a 31-table poker room, it's a place where the action is hot. Horseshoe Casino offers a little something for every gambler: From penny slots to $500 high roller slot machines, you will find a game that's right for you.
Jack Binion's offers grilled-to-perfection prime-cut steaks and excellent seafood. The atmosphere is casual, and the staff is on their A-game to make sure your dining experience exceeds your expectations.