Baseball Loops for Road Trip Lovers: East Coast

Baseball Loops for Road Trip Lovers: East Coast

Baseball Loops for Road Trip Lovers: East Coast The Ultimate Lineup

Philadelphia to Baltimore to Washington, D.C.

The east coast has amazing stadiums.  One trip to consider is driving from Philadelphia Phillies at Citizens Bank Park to Baltimore Orioles at Camden Yards to Washington Nationals at Nationals Park.   There are great adventures that await near all of these stadiums.  Whether it’s running like Rocky up those magnificent museum steps; refueling with a cheesesteak; revisiting history at Independence Hall, devouring a sandwich at Reading Terminal Market, or visiting one of the many mighty museums along the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, these are the experiences that make Philly so special.

Spend a day in Baltimore and you’ll understand how its beautiful waterfront views, people and experiences earned it the name “Charm City.” Explore the wonders of the undersea world at the National Aquarium. Open your mind with art at the American Visionary Arts Museum. Experience history, culture, and the creative spirit at the Reginald F. Lewis Museum of African American History & Culture. Get pampered at the Four Seasons. In Baltimore, charm is everywhere and adventures await.

There are many things to do near Washington Nationals Stadium in DC.  You can visit some of the best restaurants like Bluejacket Brewery, The Salt Line, and Osteria Morini. Some of the popular attractions near Nationals Park include The Bullpen, Trapeze School New York-Washington DC, Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, National Air and Space Museum, Washington Walks and Lincoln Memorial. If you want to splash around, head down to Yards Park in the Capitol Riverfront neighborhood which is located near Nationals Park and Navy Yard. You can also find some of the best hotels near Nationals Park like Coda on Half which is located near National Museum of the American Indian and Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum.