Try out this fun
Baltimore Locations Trivia Puzzle
for visitors to Baltimore, prepared by Aaron Jackson of ARL
(a platinum sponsor of MARM 2012).
Attractions in Baltimore
Interesting Neighborhoods in Baltimore
Baltimore's famous Little Italy is a short distance from the North Side of the Inner Harbor:
[ www.LittleItalyMD.com ]
Their website includes a list of restaurants and a walking map of Little Italy.
Baltimore's Fell's Point is a little further away from Little Italy but worth a walk or short trip in the car if you have time:
[ Fells Point ].
Fell's Point is “a historic maritime neighborhood east of
Baltimore's Inner Harbor area that contains the city's densest
collection of pubs, bars, and restaurants (good ones, that is).”
as quoted from one of the many travel websites online,
On the other side of the Harbor (just past the Maryland Science Center),
MARM visitors can visit Federal Hill where there are numerous
restaurants, pubs, and also bars:
[ Federal Hill ]
All of Washington D.C.!
Discover the largest science and environmental education center in the Department of the Interior.
This unique U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service facility is located on the 12,841 acre Patuxent Research Refuge:
The Henry A. Wallace Beltsville Agricultural Research Center,
10300 Baltimore Ave., Beltsville, MD 20705.
“The World's Largest Most Diversified Agricultural Research Complex”;
captures your attention like no other organization. It offers unparalleled experiences,
a key to knowledge, and a window to the future.
The visitor center at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center Greenbelt, Md.,
provides inspiration and a captivating educational experience for all ages: