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.
Speciality Museums, Ships
Historic Sites, Monuments & Statues, National Parks, Missions
History Museums, Speciality Museums
Come rain or shine, the Baltimore Aquarium is the perfect place to explore as a family, with seemingly endless tanks filled with every sea creature you can imagine. Don't miss the touch tank!
The Historic Ships include five attractions and a lighthouse. The whole family can actually climb inside of ships and submarines here to explore everything from engine rooms to galleys to sleeping areas.
The Fort McHenry National Monument was the inspiration for the star spangled banner. During the War of 1812, Fort McHenry kept the harbor of Baltimore safe from the British, and visitors of all ages can now explore the area, to learn first-hand what that must have been like.
A world of adventure awaits you at the Maryland Science Center, with a Planetarium, Imax Theater, science lab and so much more. Whether you choose to follow Newton's Law or make your own in the science center, kids big and small are sure to enjoy an afternoon of hands-on fun here!
Maryland Zoo's wildlife collection features over 1,500 animals housed in natural settings which simulate their native habitats. The Zoo also offers a fun-filled behind the scenes tour that will have the family up close — and in some cases interacting — with a number of different animals.
The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Museum boasts the largest collection of train memorabilia in the world! Located in the heart of Baltimore, the railroad once made it possible for the economy to grow in abundance. The museum is a great way for kids and adults alike to revisit the past, and witness the influence the railroad had on the USA .
The Port Discovery Children's Museum is housed in the historic Fish Market building, and it has activities scheduled all day long! There are also plenty of interactive exhibits for the entire family to enjoy at their leisure.
For over 35 years the Baltimore Water Taxi has served the Inner Harbor and its surrounding areas. Whether you are wanting to shop, dine, or head to other great activities nearby, this is the easiest way to travel, save money, and have fun at the same time!
The Baltimore Museum of Industry offers families of all ages the chance to step back in time and see what shaped Baltimore into the bustling city that it is today. You'll find a variety of exhibits on industry and technology here, including surefire kid-pleasers like the Video Game Wizards!
The Canton Waterfront Park is one of Baltimore's most unique green spaces. Right on the waterfront, this pretty park offers over 7 miles of walking and biking trails, meaning plenty of space for kids to let off steam!