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What to see/do in Baltimore without a car?

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I have to attend a wedding in Detroit (in August!) and will stop in Washington for four nights on the way. I'll travel to/from the Washington area by train. On the way back I will probably fly into BWI and rather than spending another night in Washington or leaving Detroit really early I was considering a two or even three nights in Baltimore, a place about which I know essentially nothing.

I'm interested in architecture, arts and crafts rather than fine art, food and wine (although not at Michelin star level), especially Asian food (although not sushi), and history. What is there that might interest me that I could access by public transport (or on foot)? I will not rent a car.

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