The Snow Goose, Baltimore, MD  Photo by CBF StaffSnow Goose, CBF's workboat for the Baltimore Harbor Education Program.

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DIRECTIONS

Baltimore Aquarium
501 E. Pratt St.
Baltimore, MD 21202

From South of Baltimore

  • Take I-95 North to 395 North.
  • Make a RIGHT on West Conway Street (across from Camden Yards) and follow to the end.
  • Make a LEFT on Light Street.
  • Follow Light Street around the shopping center and make a RIGHT onto Pratt Street.
  • Have the bus pull over on the right in the bus turnaround in front of the Aquarium by the Hard Rock Café and ESPN Zone.

The Snow Goose will be docked at the end of Pier 3 (South of the Aquarium entrance).

From 83 and points North

  • Take 83 South. 83 South ends and turns into President Street.
  • Make a RIGHT onto Lombard Street.
  • Make a LEFT onto South Street.
  • Make a LEFT onto Pratt Street.
  • Have the bus pull over on the right in the bus turnaround in front of the Aquarium by the Hard Rock Café and ESPN Zone.

The Snow Goose will be docked at the end of Pier 3 (South of the Aquarium entrance).

NOTE: If arrangements are made in advance the boat can meet your group at the Science Center, all other pickups will be made at the aquarium.

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