Adventure HO! Rediscover Baltimore with this fun scavenger hunt to complete with your family! The hunt takes you through the Inner Harbor to find different landmarks ending with a romp in the park. Perfect for kids and any time of year — and especially perfect for Talk Like a Pirate Day.
We even have this handy treasure map to download, print and take a long! Your pint-sized pirates (er kids — or adventurers!) can check off which sites they see as they make their way around the harbor.

Baltimore Inner Harbor Treasure Hunt for Kids

START: Baltimore World Trade Center
Address: 401 E Pratt St #2700, Baltimore, MD 21202
Get your bearings! The Baltimore World Trade Center is the tallest pentagonal shaped building in the world. Start your adventure by bravely taking a ride to the top for a breath-taking view of the Inner Harbor. $5 for adults 3$ for children.  Kids can look out over the city for the next site and see Baltimore with a birds-eye view!
Mckeldin Fountains
Address: Baltimore, MD 21230- near convention center going towards aquarium.
Mckeldin Fountains down by the convention center are a great place to cool off and take a break in the sun! Can your family find them? The fountain has different levels of waterfalls with stairs leading through the structure!
USS Constellation
Address: 301 E Pratt St, Baltimore, MD 21202
AHOY! The USS Constellation is anchored around the corner! Constructed in 1854 the USS Constellation fought against piracy and to protect United States water ways! Near where it is docked are Cannon sculptures that where once used on the ship! See if you can spot them!
Chessie Paddle Boats
Address: 301 E Pratt St (at Pier 1), Baltimore, MD 21202, United States

No proper adventure is complete without taming a beast! Can you find the colorful dragon paddle boats? The boats are fashioned after “Chessie,” Maryland’s very own Loch Ness Monster! BONUS: Spot Chessie. Want to take one on a ride? $10-$18

If the kids are getting tired, this is a great place to stop! However, if they’ve been bit by the adventure bug, try finding these last two Landmarks a short walk away!
Knoll Lighthouse
Address: Located on Pier 5- 711 Eastern Ave, Baltimore, MD 21202
A guiding light! Knoll Lighthouse was used originally on the Patapsco River to guide boats, now it looks out over the city! Challenge: See if you can find the large red lighthouse before your parents!
Pierce’s Park
Address: Located near Pier 5 across from Knoll Light House.
Last but not least our scavenger hunt has lead us all the way to Pierce’s Park! Play, Take a Break, or have a picnic and enjoy your success! This park has sculptures throughout it that children can climb and play on! While some of the sculptures move, some are actually giant musical instruments the kids can interact with. There is even a tunnel made of willow trees!
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