Tourism Tuesday: Top of the World Observation Level

December 7th, 2010 by Alex Fili


It’s always a good thing to explore the individual parts of a city, but sometimes its best to just stand back and view the city as a whole. The Top of the World Observation Level on the 27th floor of the World Trade Center in the Inner Harbor allows us all this exhilarating experience.

With a 360-degree panoramic view of Baltimore’s skyline, harbor, and surrounding landmarks, you are sure to notice something new about Baltimore – or at least gain a whole new perspective on people watching. The site provides visitors with binoculars and photo-map guides to give you a concrete idea of what you’re looking at and what exactly the city has to offer.

Certainly sounds like an experience, right? Here’s another one for you. The Top of the World Observation Level is a great spot to spend New Year’s Eve. With just about the best seats you can get for the Inner Harbor fireworks show, in addition to music, food, and beverages, you’ll fall even more in love with Baltimore, whether you’re just stopping by or have spent your entire life here.

The Top of the World Observation Level is located at:
401 E. Pratt St #232
Baltimore, MD

Admission does not exceed $5.00
(Special Events excluded)

For more information, visit:
http://www.viewbaltimore.org/




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