Here are some of Inner Harbor's most famous attractions - Geppi's, Ripley's and all the amazing entertainment outlets in Power Plant LIVE!

Discovering Inner Harbor

Feb 13, 2014

Out of the many places to visit at Baltimore, you should head first to Inner Harbor with your rental bus. Just at one place, you can visit many different types of attractions, from architecture to museums, concert halls and even maritime ships.

Although the area is called Inner Harbor, not everything is by the sea. Inner Harbor refers to the harbor area as well as its surrounding areas including certain areas of the city. Here are some of the attractions that are popular with many mini bus rental visitors.

Geppi’s Entertainment Museum

Located at Camden Yards, this privately owned pop culture museum is unique in its exhibits. This museum shows its visitors the diverse history of American pop culture going as far back as the 17th century, right till the present. The variety of exhibits is astounding, from small trading cards, dolls, figurines, buttons and badges, right up to the larger memorabilia of posters, comics and toys. Call 410-625-7060 for group or private tours.

Ripley’s Believe It Or Not! Museum

If you think you have seen all the weirdest things in the world, then maybe you have not gone to this museum. Popular with many charter bus visitors from around the world, this museum holds all sorts of oddities found in the world. You can find extraordinary exhibits here, so strange that it makes you wonder if they’re true or not. There are nine themed galleries in the new Ripley’s Odditorium, so make sure you don’t miss it. Call 443-615-7878 should you need to get in touch with them.

Power Plant Live!

Looking for a watering hole? You just need to head to Power Plant Live!, a collection of many clubs, bars and night life at Inner Harbor. This entertainment complex is basically a one stop entertainment destination for dining, retail and entertainment. Some of the restaurants and bars found here are like:

  • Havana Club
  • Joe Squared
  • Luckie’s Liquors
  • Mex Tequila Bar
  • TATU
  • Angels Rock Bar
  • Mosaic Nightclub & Lounge
  • Baltimore Comedy Factory
  • Howl at the Moon
  • PBR Baltimore
  • Babe Ruth Birthplace & Museum

A Baltimore row house where Babe Ruth, legendary American baseball outfielder and pitcher, used to live in was restored and opened to the public to show how this legend lived his life. There are many exhibits celebrating his life and career at this museum, so if you are a fan, make sure you drop by to take a look at his glory days.

To get from place to place with no hassle, charter a bus. Call 1-800-304-1993 or 443-552-5485 for a quote or to book the bus of your choice today.