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Baltimore and the Inner Harbor provide numerous jobs and career options for residents, many of which walk or bike to work. Children living in Inner Harbor attend Baltimore City Public Schools. Baltimore's Inner Harbor offers an array of housing opportunities from affordable homes to luxury properties.
For a premier entertainment and dining experience, Power Plant Live! is home to a variety of retailers, restaurants and performance venues that surround an outdoor plaza. To explore the Inner Harbor from the water, a number of companies offer harbor cruises or water taxis to residents and visitors as an affordable alternative to getting around. Baltimore residents also take great pride in supporting their hometown sports teams. During the summer months, baseball fans enjoy watching the Orioles play at Camden Yards. The ballpark also has a Baltimore Orioles Hall of Fame exhibit as well as the Babe Ruth Birthplace and Museum. Football enthusiasts look forward to the fall and winter months when the Baltimore Ravens play at M&T Bank Stadium, which is also near the Inner Harbor.
Baltimore City is a bustling metropolis that provides a never-ending list of possibilities for residents looking to experience all this wonderful coastal city has to offer. The cultural center of the city can be found at the Inner Harbor, which is home to more than 73,000 people. The convenience of dining, shopping, entertainment, boating, recreation and parks to this hub and its surrounding neighborhoods appeals to residents.
With the city’s skyline in the background, the Inner Harbor boasts some of Baltimore’s most popular attractions. Harborplace and the Gallery offer unique shopping and dining options right along the waterfront. Baltimore's National Aquarium is home to more than 16,000 fish, sharks, dolphins and other marine species, while the Maryland Science Center features interactive exhibits, planetarium and an IMAX theater. The World Trade Center in Baltimore is a five-sided building that soars more than 400 feet above the waterfront and has an observation deck on the 27th floor. The Inner Harbor also has more than its fair share of history with Fort McHenry located nearby and Baltimore's Maritime Museum, which offers a tour of the only Civil War ship still floating – the USS Constellation.
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