Baltimore Bus RentalTravel tips and ideas on what to explore in Baltimore together with Baltimore Bus Rentals

Dec 5, 2013 - Family Activities in Baltimore for Free

When it comes to travel, it does not mean that you would have to spend a lot just to keep your kids happy and entertained. There is actually lots to do in Baltimore that does not cost a single cent, and at the same time gives your children a fun and exciting experience to remember. Here are some of the places you can ask your mini rental bus driver to take you to where you and your kids can have fun, all for free!

Art and Museum Hopping

Some museums and art centers do not charge an admission fee to visit. One of such museum is The Walters Art Museum. There is no admission fee charged to visit and there are even programs and activities for toddlers and pre-schoolers such as arts programs. Charter bus visitors can bring their kids to roam the halls of The Walters Art Museum to learn more about the ancient art exhibited in its halls.

If you are in the mood for some art appreciation, you can also visit the American Visionary Art Museum. Here you will find a beautiful sculpture plaza and wildflower gardens, all for free. Don’t forget to check out the Tall Sculpture Barn to visit and have fun about a life-size interactive chess set. Don’t forget your camera to take fun family photographs amongst the wildflowers that surround the Meditation Chapel.

Exploring the Beauty of Nature

Children are always full of energy. With that said, it would be great to give them more space to play in the great outdoors. For one, you can head to the Inner Harbor Visitor Center to get a free guided tour along the Heritage Walk, which takes you through 20 historic sites and museums in an easy three mile walking trail. Or you could bring your kids for a bike ride along Gwynn Falls Trail, where you can ride your bike freely in a 15-mile trail that connects more than 30 neighbourhoods, cruising through parks, historical landmarks and cultural resources.

If your family love animals, you can bring them to just outside the National Aquarium, and head to the Harry & Jeanette Weinberg Waterfront Park. Here, you can feed the ducks that hangs around the lake and enjoy some outdoor air while the kids run as they like without worrying about knocking things over or getting lost.

Don’t forget to bring some bread crumbs for the ducks!