Baltimore and Washington D.C. offer visitors plenty to explore and experience. Full of history, these two cities have endless destinations that will educate as well as entertain. Plan a summer of fun with our buckets lists for each city.
Check out these places or events this summer!
Baltimore Bucket List
Over 130 species to meet and events like penguin encounters!
History buffs of all ages can explore the Fort, enjoy the beautiful scenery.
Thomas the Train Engine visits, and family and sensory fun with trains.
Walk the decks, learn ropes, live the life.
Escape room, axe throwing, live music and tons of family fun.
Hands on, interactive fun with science is their specialty with great exhibits, experiences, science encounters, a planetarium and IMAX adventures.
DC Bucket List
World-renowned museums with 21 museums and the National Zoo free to the public.
Climb the 58 steps up to see the impressive seated President, Abraham Lincoln.
Go undercover and test your spy skills at 17 different digital and physical interactive exhibits.
With a ticket, you can go all the way to the top to see the view for yourself.
Thousands of aviation and space artifacts, including the Space Shuttle Discovery and a Concorde.
Located on the beautiful Potomac River, you can find outlet shopping, live music, a Ferris wheel, casino and hotel, plus exciting dining options.