A visit to Johns Hopkins University at any time of year offers ample information about the campus and history of the school. Once you've completed your tour, explore the city of Baltimore itself. Known for great local cuisine and a thriving arts scene, there's plenty to keep you entertained in Baltimore.
Johns Hopkins University is a half-hour drive from Baltimore/Washington International Airport. Visitor parking is available on campus. It is a ten-minute drive from Baltimore’s Pennsylvania Station. From the train station you can also take the bus.
Central Baltimore offers a real sense of community thanks to its lively restaurants and music scene. Its various districts each possess unique charm and history. In Baltimore’s Inner Harbour, be sure to try the city's famous crab cakes at one of the waterfront restaurants. Popular attractions nearby include the Francis Scott Key Bridge, the Maryland Science Centre, and the Pride Mast Memorial.
Visit the Historic Ships Museum in Baltimore to see vessels like the USS Constellation, USS Torsk, USCG Cutter Taney, and Lightship 116 Chesapeake. Each is part of the history of the US Navy, World War II, and the attack at Pearl Harbour. At the heart of Baltimore, Walters Art Museum is home to a collection of Romantic, religious, and agricultural art from diverse backgrounds.