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Most view a city by doing Hop-on-Hop off or taking water cruises to get a good overview of any city and both are excellent. By visiting an observation tower of whatever sort, a third dimension is obtained by seeing the whole spread of the city...More
It's a beautiful view of the city with a lot of historical info available and points of interest marked out to try to find. The 9-11 memorial is nice, but I wouldn't call the visit a 9-11 memorial. It's more like a view of the...More
It’s awesome to see Baltimore from the top. It’s cool to see way Down the water. The only thing that would make it better is some hills and trees and not a ton of houses but definitely worth checking out it’s quick and inexpensive
When you go up there, you'll feel like you're on top of the world! Baltimore may not be the most beautiful city out there, but it still looks great from that hight. Even children will be enthralled by the views, and there are signs giving...More
I decided to do this as I was in town for a work conference. The views were good, but I must admit my hotel room on the 33rd floor was about the same.
Outside had some neat 911 artifacts and memorials which I loved.
We have to thank Groupon for this one. $7.25 for two people could not be beat! The observatory is on the 27th floor and the elevator was a quick trip. The views were amazing and they had nice tribute to victims of the 9/11 tragedy....More
The Top of the World Observation is an excellent start for a day out at the inner harbor, especially for first timers. There is a 9/11 area honoring Marylanders as well as all those who lost their lives. There’s also a gift shop and information...More