Visiting Baltimore’s Inner Harbor is a summer favorite for families. Now you can add a little nature to your walk around the waterfront.
Baltimore’s Waterfront Partnership has produced a new self-guided walk series called “Waterfront Walks,” the first of which, Native Plant Gardens, takes visitors on a 1.25-mile walking trail of native plant gardens located along the Inner Harbor’s waterfront promenade.
The Native Plant Gardens walk features 13 dedicated stops and may either begin or end at the Maryland Science Center or in Harbor East at the Lancaster St. Canal. With an interactive map as a guide, visitors of all ages can learn about and identify over 23 native plants and common pollinators like butterflies, birds and bees, that call the Inner Harbor home.
Waterfront Partnership is encouraging visitors to post photos to social media with #YourWaterfrontNature to show off what plants and pollinators are spotted in the Harbor.
Check out the map and start your trip around the harbor today!
For more information, and to learn about future Waterfront Walks, visit www.waterfrontpartnership.org.
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