If you want to snap a photo of the Inner Harbor, Federal Hill Park is the place to do it. On the south side of the harbor, the park was named in 1788 to commemorate Maryland's ratification of the U.S. Constitution. Until the early 1900s, a signal tower atop Federal Hill displayed the "house" flags of local shipping companies, notifying them of the arrival of their vessels. Some of the oldest homes in Baltimore surround the park, and its summit provides an excellent view
of the Inner Harbor and the downtown skyline. The park is also a favorite spot for watching holiday fireworks.
Battery Ave. and Key Hwy., Baltimore, Maryland, 21230, United States