Record $166 Million in State Funds Will Improve Baltimore Inner Harbor, Historic Ships

Record $166 Million in State Funds Will Improve Baltimore Inner Harbor, Historic Ships
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Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, touted as the city’s “crown jewel”, has had its ups and downs in recent years, with some businesses moving away from the tourist area. At the same time, attractions such as the National Aquarium, Maryland Science Center, and the historic ships homeported in Baltimore remain popular.

The Maryland state delegation from Baltimore has just announced a record $166 million in state funding to revitalize the downtown and Inner Harbor areas. The funds continue through Fiscal Year 2025, and $7.5 million will go towards improving the Inner Harbor Promenade with another $60 million pre-authorized in FY 2024-2025. Another $50 million will go toward moving state employees from midtown Baltimore to downtown.

An influx of funding will go to “anchor institutions” like the Aquarium ($5 million), the popular kids’ museum Port Discovery ($3.25 million), the Science Center ($3 million), the Reginald F. Lewis Museum for African American…

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