Arrangements for optional activities, not offered as part of the Presidents Academy Summer Institute (PASI).
Spa at the Four Seasons
The Four Seasons Baltimore offers Spa facilities which include 10,200 sq. ft. (948 m2) of pampering, 11 treatment rooms, 2 speciality suites with deep soaking pools, and 1 VIP Suite. Spa appointments may be made between 9:00am - 8:00pm. To view more, click here.
Baltimore Dining and Nightlife
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Home to many of the city's museums, galleries and other attractions, the Inner Harbor is also a destination for shopping and dining.
Located east of the Inner Harbor, Fell's Point is a vibrant neighbourhood along the waterfront. Known as a historic district, the area offers many shops, restaurants, cafés and pubs.
The Baltimore Museum of Art
Recognized for its representation of contemporary art, the Baltimore Museum of Art houses important examples of abstract expressionism, minimalist sculpture and pop art, among other notable collections.
Baltimore Museum of Industry
Inside the Baltimore Museum of Industry, you’ll find 100,000 objects that document the often-overlooked people in history – the workers, small business people and citizens who built America
Reginald F. Lewis Museum
This museum highlights the history and accomplishments of Maryland's African-American community, featuring exhibitions, resource centres, a café and a gift shop.
The acclaimed National Aquarium located at Inner Harbor is home to more than 16,500 animals and features a rooftop rain forest, a 4-D Immersion Theater and an always-entertaining dolphin show.
Just steps from the Inner Harbor, Little Italy beckons with lively restaurants and cafés. Choices range from authentic, traditional menus to modern interpretations of Italian cuisine.
The beautiful Oriole Park at Camden Yards – home to the Baltimore Orioles – is only 2 blocks from the birthplace of baseball's most legendary hero, George Herman "Babe" Ruth.