Father’s Day around Baltimore, MD

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Father’s Day around Baltimore, MD

     Baltimore. This charming harbourside city is as gifted in historic sights as it is in the vibrant array of activities that go on year round. Whether you’re visiting and drafting travel plans, a returning Baltimorean coming to see friends and family or a local looking for something to do around home, you’ll find more than you can choose from. Read on for some of our favorite spots to celebrate Father’s Day here around gorgeous Baltimore.

Picnic at Federal Hill Park

      Get outside with the whole family this Father’s Day and enjoy a picnic at Federal Hill Park! This is a great location overlooking many of Baltimore’s most revered landmarks and buildings, as well as being highly accessible from a number of other prominent attractions in Baltimore, making it an easy and flexible addition, whether for lengthy picnics or a short family walk by the Inner Harbor.


Weekend at the Inner Harbor

      This is another great attraction with plenty going on during Father’s Day for visiting families and parties alike. The memorable sights on the floating museums of the many historic ships docked in the Inner Harbor are a great Father’s Day activity to take some truly unique pictures of your time in Baltimore as well as learn about this great city. There are also the cruises and river taxis that run regularly for families and groups who want to do some sightseeing, and of course, the eye-catching auditoriums and venues around the Inner Harbor are a great place to enjoy live music and performances this Father’s Day. This is a great place to see and try some of the most celebrated local small businesses, restaurants and historic sights all in one place, while picking up something uniquely “Bal’more” to take home. 

Dining around Baltimore

      Of course, no Father’s Day is complete without delicious food, thankfully Baltimore is filled with talented and innovative kitchens, restaurants and establishments. Antrim 1844 is a rustic, all-American restaurant serving hearty, multi course meals, while Petit Louis Bistro is a great place to enjoy French delicacies and wines, and we couldn’t forget the fare at Sykesville Station, a truly Baltimore establishment. 

Tour the Maryland Crab and Oyster Trail

      We’ve put this in its own separate category, away from the dining section, and with good reason, this is a serious endeavor. With the long and rich history of seafood and fresh produce here around Maryland, this  will be a dream come true for any foodie Dads. The Maryland Crab and Oyster Trail takes those who dare through each of Maryland’s five regions, and is a great way to tour the state and see its beauty and character with your eyes and stomach! 


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