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Admiral Fell Inn

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    Admiral Fell Inn
 in BaltimoreLocal Attractions: 
    Admiral Fell Inn
 in Baltimore

Local Attractions

The Admiral Fell Inn, with its spectacular setting on the Baltimore Harbor, is convenient to all of Baltimore’s major attractions. Historic Fell’s Point itself is worth a trip, with its charming shops, boutiques, galleries, pubs, and restaurants. The lively and colorful district, founded in 1726 as the oldest waterfront community in Baltimore, is known for its old world charm and retains the feel of a European village with brick sidewalks and Belgian block streets.

The historic Inn is just a short water taxi ride away from the city's Inner Harbor, Baltimore's most popular attraction. There, the Harborplace and Gallery offer 120 shops and specialty carts, 16 restaurants, and 40 eateries. The fun and festive atmosphere of Baltimore's harbor is enhanced by street entertainers, open-air concerts, fireworks, parades, paddle boats, cruise boats, and an outdoor ice skating rink. Close by are the National Aquarium, Maryland Science Center, American Visionary Art Museum, and the Port Discovery Children’s Museum. Also nearby are the Oriole Park at Camden Yards and Ravens Stadium.

In your travels, be sure to visit local National Trust Historic Sites and discover great architecture, magnificent landscapes, and life-changing stories.

Frank Lloyd Wright's Pope Leighey House
Decatur House on Lafayette Square
President Lincoln's Cottage
Woodrow Wilson House

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Take time to explore Recreation.gov to browse the Destination National Capital Region & Chesapeake Bay Itinerary, including these sites:
Fort McHenry National Monument
Baltimore's Inner Harbor
Eastern Neck National Wildlife Refuge


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