The city of Baltimore is just chock full of incredible places that you can stop and visit with your group, whether you are a school group, church group or other kind of social gathering. Allow us to help you get involved in the bus charter Baltimore excursion that you and your group longs for. Once you embark on your adventure, you are sure to find that there will be a number of places in the city that will keep you wanting to come back for more travels. Baltimore is well known for its neighborhoods get a quick overview of the waterfront which has preserved the flavor of a seafaring neighborhood.
Your first stop in Baltimore can be at The Baltimore Arena, perhaps one of the largest indoor sports & entertainment facility in Baltimore. The arena seats 14,000 people and it offers each of those people entertaining events year-round. Second stop can be at The Baltimore Zoo, recognized as the third oldest zoological park in the nation, and offers the family a fun-filled time. The Baltimore Zoo has over 2,250 animals in residence. While you are exploring and learning take a trip to the Maryland Science Center located at the end of Inner Harbor, provides visitors with an interactive voyage into science. A must see, the museum has an extensive array of displays and exhibits. All three floors present hands-on exhibits.
Baltimore's Inner Harbor serves as the city's centerpiece. A successful example of urban revitalization, what was once a decaying industrial waterfront has been transformed into a thriving area offering many attractions. More than 200 eateries and shops fill the two glass-enclosed pavilions of Harbor place. For a different look at Baltimore you can visit The Baltimore Civil War Museum is dedicated to commemorating the history of the Civil War. The museum presents the war from an interesting perspective - the Maryland perspective on the Civil War. In particular the museum highlights the town of Baltimore's role in the war. Then you can visit Standing near the Patapsco River, there are few structures that contain as much history or are as well known as Fort McHenry Monument.
Each bus charter in our fleet is designed to not only be safe but also very comfortable. Seats are standard upholstered in soft fabrics and other buses have soft, leather upholstery. On board entertainment, besides your fellow passengers can be CD's and DVDs. There's no downside to choosing the services of a bus charter. Baltimore is just one of thousands of destinations we can get your group to, call us today and speak to one of our trained representatives. They will be able to answer all of your questions about booking today.
Oct 10, 2013 - A Maryland Blue Crab Feast is an Absolute Must
In terms of finding good eats in Baltimore, you can’t go wrong with blue crab hunting. It is as unique as unique goes, frankly speaking and if you look around on the internet, you will most certainly come up with pages and pages of information about how unique Maryland’s blue crab is. In fact, learning about their habitat, where they are found, recipes and then watching videos about how to eat them will enrich your experience when you are right here, enjoying this wonderful delicacy. And we have plenty of those delicious crabs right here, at the heart of Maryland - Baltimore.
We will have you know that blue crab hunting is both serious business and seriously scrumptious at the same time. This amazing species of crabs have been commercially caught and eaten in Chesapeake Bay a long time ago and we are talking to the tune of since 1800s. Ultimately, it has turned into a part of Baltimore’s charm when people come over to the state for a visit. Ask a foodie who has been here in Baltimore if they have ever experienced eating a blue crab, and chances are, they are going to rattle on and on about how unique the experience was. Blue crabs are enjoyed so much that the state of Maryland had to put a cap on how much each person can catch on a daily basis to ensure that there is a balance and this species do not go extinct. The catching can become rather rampant especially during their annual crab harvesting season. In fact, the Maryland Department of Natural Resources religiously conducts surveys during the winter months to estimate the population of these precious crabs.
The locals are, indeed, proud of this culture and they will, in a friendly manner, show you the best way to get the most meat out of your dish. It is not an art and it takes some mastering but....most definitely something you will look forward to doing again on your next Baltimore charter bus rental visit. It is at this time of the year that they are in abundance so, if you are heading over during summer and the beginning of fall, we think you just had a stroke of luck.
Smaller eateries or your local fine dining outlet usually hold traditional feasts which includes some ice cold beer you can enjoy with your family and friends during the vacation. So, if you are coming over to Baltimore in your rented charter bus this end-summer or early fall, go ahead and make a grab for those crab meat. We are sure you are going to agree with us when we say....it is to-die-for.