Baltimore is a city built on tradition and civic pride. It is Maryland’s largest city and is known for its beautiful Inner Harbor. This city is known for its unique museums, well-renowned medical centers, and its historical destinations.
The National Aquarium is a non-profit organization, which opened in 1981. They are ranked one of the nation’s top three aquariums with over 51 million visitors since its opening. The aquarium is home to more than 20,000 fish, amphibians, birds, reptiles, and marine mammals. The location is also fully accessible to visitors using wheelchairs, which include the entrances, exhibits, restrooms, theaters, and elevators.
Inner Harbor is a landmark of the city of Baltimore, Maryland. It is a historic seaport and tourist attraction. There are many exciting things to do here, including family-friendly museums like Ripley’s Believe it or Not! Along with the museums, there are restaurants, water taxis for more of an affordable transportation option, and an amazing nightlife.
If you are interested in food and wine festivals, plan your trip for the Annual Baltimore Wine Fest. You will be able to experience 160+ wines from around the world, food by local restaurants, seminars, shopping, family activities, and much more.
Special Needs Group is pleased to service you by providing hotel pick-up and delivery at the start and/or close of your vacation for mobility scooters / equipment, oxygen needs, and special needs equipment. For more information, please call 1-800-513-4515.
Special Needs Group (SNG) is the leading global provider of mobility, oxygen, and other special needs equipment rentals for travelers. SNG is dedicated to serving the mobility challenged, mature, and special needs market segments. Recommended by the major cruise lines for superior service and value, we also deliver to hotels, and resorts. SNG is dedicated to fullfilling the requirements for persons who want to trvavel, but may require special needs equipment. We make travel easy, comfortable, and convenient. Our trained agents provided service last year worldwide to 215 metropolitan areas in 68 countries.