There’s a new opportunity to get on the water in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor. Kayak tours are now available.
The Waterfront Partnership of Baltimore and Baltimore City Recreation & Parks are offering Inner Harbor Kayaking Tours on Sundays starting April 30. Departing from the Maryland Science Center Water Taxi landing, participants will explore the Inner Harbor by kayak — getting a one-of-a-kind view of the City’s skyline, historic ships, and restoration projects Like Mr. Trash Wheel and the floating wetlands.
“The Baltimore waterfront is a highlight of our city, and we are excited to be adding a fun and unique opportunity for residents and tourists to enjoy it,” says Laurie Schwartz, president of Waterfront Partnership. “Our hope is that people will get out and experience the waterfront and then will be motivated to do more to support its cleanup.”
Tours will be offered every Sunday at 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. through October. Tickets are $20 for Baltimore City residents and $30 for non-residents. Twenty percent of ticket sales will go towards Waterfront Partnership’s Healthy Harbor initiative, which works to make the harbor safe for swimming and fishing.
Fifteen spots will be available per tour, and participants must be 13 years or older to participate. Staff from Baltimore City Recreation and Parks will lead the tours which will be weather dependent. If a tour is cancelled for weather related issues, guests will be issued a full refund.
For more information and tour bookings visit, the Inner Harbor Kayak Tours website, kayakbaltimore.com.
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