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The Top 10 Things To Do And See In Canton, Baltimore

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Susanna Mostaghim
Updated: 9 February 2017
One of the crown jewels of Baltimore’s water front communities, Canton is a vibrant neighborhood built from the ashes of Baltimore’s former industrial base. Though it may not be the most populated part of the city, this bustling hub is still one of the most popular neighborhoods in the city. Find out why below.

Patterson Bowling Center

Bowling is always a fun activity, so check out Patterson Bowling Center. There’s also Duckpin bowling here, where the ball and pins are smaller. This alley has been here for a long time and you can tell, but it’s all part of the charm. This isn’t a fancy alley with amenities galore, but it’s blue-collar bowling at its best and you don’t want to miss it.

 

2105 Eastern Ave Baltimore, MD 21231 +1 410 675 1011

Bad Decisions Game Nights

Every night, Bad Decisions hosts game nights where you can bring your own game. They used to have them readily available for the patrons of this pub, but drunk customers had a tendency to ruin them… There are a couple of drink specials during the night, so be sure to ask about them. The menus are handwritten and the ‘drink-makers’ (not bartenders) are world-class.

 

1928 Fleet St Baltimore, MD 21231 +1

Verde

Savor the smell and taste of authentic, Neapolitan wood oven pizza without leaving Maryland. Verde, Baltimore’s premier Neapolitan pizza restaurant, teaches people about traditional cooking methods and ingredients from a family who brought the Italian essence to Baltimore. Learn about the history of Neapolitan pizza and facts about the pizza industry while experiencing a hands-on Neapolitan pie being made. This experience is a must for foodies and pizza fanatics.

641 S. Montford Avenue Baltimore, MD 21224 +1 410 522 1000

Family Creative Arts Workshop

Every first Wednesday of the month Everyman Theater holds a story-based activity workshop for parents and young children. The children participate in a seasonal story dramatic play, music, dance, and take home craft activities. A parent or guardian is asked to remain present through the day, however it is fun for new parents with one or two children.

 

315 West Fayette Street Baltimore, MD 21201 +1 410 752 2208

National Aquarium in Baltimore

The National Aquarium in Baltimore is an attraction that’s fun for dates, by yourself, or as a family outing. It’s a great aquarium with a multitude of different exhibits featuring beautiful sea creatures. However, some of the animals can be touched as an interactive activity, which sets this place apart from the typical aquarium.

 

501 East Pratt Street, Baltimore, MD 21202 +1 410 576 3800

Maryland Science Center

The Maryland Science Center has discounted admission on the first Friday of each month. With three levels of exhibits, a planetarium, observatory, and IMAX theater there’s something for everyone who enjoys science. There are modernized hands-on exhibits that include more than two dozen dinosaur skeletons. The center displays contain subject material focusing on physical science, space, earth science, the human body, and the blue crabs native to the Chesapeake Bay.

 

601 Light Street Baltimore, MD 21202 +1 410 685 5225

Port Discovery Children’s Museum

Port Discovery Children’s Museum is fun for all ages, despite being specifically targeted at children under the age of 10 and their caregivers. There are three floors of exhibits and programs designed to be interactive and hands on, allowing children to learn through play. The activities are incredibly interactive and plenty of fun for the whole family.

 

35 Market Place Baltimore, MD 21202 +1 410 727 8120

Power Plant Live!

Power Plant Live! is a collection of bars, businesses, and clubs in Baltimore. Located near a former power plant on the pier, the ‘Power Plant’ is a mixed-use project that was developed in the 1990s. There are constantly events going on to check out and the nightlife is fantastic. And it’s a short drive from Camden Yard as well as many downtown hotels, making it an ideal place to stop by.

 

601 E. Pratt Street Baltimore, MD 21202 +1 410 727 LIVE

Ride the Ducks of Baltimore

Ride the Ducks of Baltimore is a tour of the city harbor through part of DC. However, it’s only available from April to November as it’s too chilly between December and March. See the Washington Monument, Edgar Allen Poe’s Grave, Camden Yards, Mount Vernon, Star Spangled Banner Flag House, the ‘Homicide’ Set, Broadway Market, the Carroll Mansion, The Shot Tower, City Hall and the National Aquarium In Baltimore.

25 Light Street, 3rd Floor Baltimore, MD 21202 +1 410 727 DUCK

Architectural History Tour

Tour the historic area of Baltimore with the Architectural History Tour by Baltimore’s Preservation Society. Visit the Preservation Society at The Fell’s Point Visitor’s Center or online to purchase a ticket to see the beautiful architecture of Baltimore’s harbor areas.

 

812 South Ann Street Baltimore, MD 21231 +1 410 675 6750 16