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When you think of cities in the Northeast or Mid-Atlantic, you may not think of Baltimore first-- this isn't a city that likes to toot its own horn. But residents who have discovered Baltimore--its rich history and traditions, culture, food, and architecture--have a hard time ever leaving. Let New Home Source introduce you to the Charm City. We think you'll find the epithet is fitting.
Throughout history Baltimore played a starring role as one of America's first and most valuable deep-water ports. In fact much of the War of 1812 involved protecting this asset from the British. Today, however, while the port remains an economic boon to the locals, it's now also just a fun place to visit on a sunny day with the family. Among the places you'll want to visit is the National Aquarium, located in the inner harbor, the Port Discovery Children's Museum and the Maryland Science Center. You may also want to take a cruise around the harbor, go sight-seeing, and come home with incredible photos to share with your family and friends of your new home. Wrap up a day on the waterfront with a visit to Baltimore's own Little Italy, not far from the harbor, which is home to about 20 mouth-watering home-style Italian restaurants, and we imagine, the Italian grandmothers who run them.
If you're a history buff after all, you can learn more about Baltimore's long and prestigious past at the Fort McHenry National Monument. Even if you're not a fan of national historic monuments (or historic monuments in general) you should see this 18th-century fort. Why? You ask. Here is the place that inspired Francis Scott Key to compose "The Star-Spangled Banner." Visiting the fort is great for a Fourth of July weekend, or anytime you're feeling especially patriotic. Another place you'll need to visit to get a sense of Baltimore history is Federal Hill Park, which served as a lookout point during the war.
The city of Edgar Allen Poe has more than its fair share of the arts, culture, and architecture. Baltimore Museum of Art, whose motto is "Art for All," lives up to that slogan. The Museum recently received a gift that allows it to open its doors- for free!--to all who come to the see the BMA's general collection. The Walters Art Museum also offers free general admission. This is a city where art isn't something locked away for the privileged few--rather, anyone and everyone can get involved.
Sports fans--this is a city for you too. However, the Ravens and the Orioles are something of a local religion around here, so be prepared to transfer your allegiances when you move--or at least pretend to. Oriole Park at Camden Yards is worth a visit; a national treasure, it inspired subsequent ballparks such as Turner Field in Atlanta to copy its simple, nostalgic style.
Don't think you can get away from Baltimore without at least trying a steamed crab or two. Although Marylanders from other cities might dispute this claim, word on the street has it that this city catches the best fresh crab in the state. Try it for yourself at Phillips and L.P. Steamers, and be sure to ask for a mallet first.
The place they call the "Charm City" certainly is. Let us find you a charming new home to match the beautiful city of Baltimore.
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