The Inner Harbor, which is also known as the Basin to some Baltimore residents, is a landmark and historic site as well as a bustling economic center. This term refers to the area of the city near the water as much as the harbor itself, and commuters can travel via water taxi to virtually any of the sights and attractions in this neighborhood.
Several museums line the shores of the Inner Harbor, and this is where many historic ships and commercial vessels also drop their anchors. Parks and plazas designed for tourism and recreation have revitalized what was once a dull industrial port into an active green space and shopping district.
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