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Featured Walking Tour: Inner Harbor Baltimore Drift

Baltimore’s Inner Harbor is a celebrated success of waterfront redevelopment, but its spectacular looks disguise a contested past and challenging present. Discover the real stories of how powerful people, visionary plans, and community movements are still transforming the former industrial wharf into a premiere public space for all. Secret loading docks, coded brick patterns, environmental engineering, and forgotten monuments all reveal Baltimore’s hidden truths.

Alternative Walking Tour of Spectacular Public Space

The 1-hour Inner Harbor Baltimore Drift includes:

 A people’s’ history of Baltimore’s waterfront transformation
 Creative interpretations of architecture, urban design, and the harbor
 Playful, participatory activities revealing who can do what where
 Funny smells and free souvenirs

Join us to explore invisible public spaces hidden in plain sight on this approximately one hour Inner Harbor alternative walking tour.

Meets in McKeldin Square
Southeast corner of Pratt & Light Streets
June – October
Fridays & Saturdays, 2-3pm
$15, tickets go on sale June 6, 2016.