About BaltimoreBaltimore is more than crab cakes and the Orioles. It also has a popular golf scene. Start at Greystone Golf Course in nearby White Hall. Designed by Joe Lee, the championship course includes 140 feet of elevation changes.
Also check out The Woodlands in Windsor Mills featuring a state-of-the-art clubhouse and its sister course, Diamond Ridge Golf Course; the picturesque Rocky Point Golf Course in Essex; the private Fox Hollow Golf Club; and the classic Forest Park Golf Course. When not playing 18, Baltimore is a city full of history and culture.
The always-bustling Inner Harbor with top-notch dining and nightlife is a stellar spot. Baltimore offers bus tours and boat cruises, as well as walking tours of popular historic stops, such as the grave of Edgar Allan Poe. And for sports fans, don't miss the chance to visit Camden Yards to see the Orioles, M&T Bank Stadium to see the Ravens, or the Babe Ruth Birthplace and Museum.
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