Looking for a fun day date idea or something to do with older kids? Take a Kayak Tour at the Inner Harbor!

The Waterfront Partnership of Baltimore and Baltimore City Recreation & Parks are bringing Kayak Tours back to the Inner Harbor starting this weekend. Participants will experience unparalleled views of the City’s skyline, historic ships and restoration projects including Mr. and Professor Trash Wheel and the floating wetlands, as they explore Baltimore’s beautiful Inner Harbor from a different perspective.

“The Kayak Tours were very successful when we launched the program last year, and we are excited to get to bring them back,” said Laurie Schwartz, president of Waterfront Partnership. “This is a fun and unique way for people to get out, experience and appreciate the Baltimore waterfront that is such a highlight of our city.”

Departing from the Maryland Science Center Water Taxi landing, tours will be offered every Sunday at 9:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. and will run through October (with the exception of April 29th when tours will not be offered). Tickets are $20 for Baltimore City residents and $30 for non-residents with 20% of ticket sales going towards Waterfront Partnership’s Healthy Harbor initiative, which is working to make the Harbor swimmable and fishable.

Tours will be led by Baltimore City Recreation & Parks. There are 15 spots available per tour, and participants must be 13 years or older. Tours are weather dependent, must be booked in advance, and guests will be issued a full refund should their tour be cancelled due to weather-related issues.

For more information and tour bookings visit, KayakBaltimore.com.