Experience a breathtaking view of Baltimore City's skyline and beyond - a perfect start to your visit of Charm City. Designed by renowned architect I.M. Pei, the world's tallest regular-pentagonal building at 423 feet above the harbor's edge and offers 360-degree view of Baltimore.  

 Located at The World Trade Center - Baltimore, at the Inner Harbor! Steps away from many of the city's best restaurants - located in Harbor East, Fells Point, and Federal Hill communities.  




  • Orient yourself to Charm City 

  • Be inspired and awed by Baltimore's beauty 

  • Learn about many of Baltimore's milestones in history


Gallery I: Home of the 9/11 Memorial of Maryland, artifacts from the disaster sites, names and photos of all the Marylander's we lost on this tragic day. Dedicated on the 10th anniversary of the terrorist attacks.  

Gallery II: The view east shows a city that has evolved from an industrial-based to a service and information economy - Inner Habor East, Power Plant and Power Plant Live, Pier 5 Hotel and Pier 6 Concert Pavillion.  


Gallery III: Looking towards the southeast, you see the Fracis Scott Key Bridge, named after the author of the "Star Spangled Banner" who penned our national anthem during the battle at Fort McHenry. Lining the Harbor is the National Aquarium, the U.S. Submarine Torsk, the lightship Chesapeake, and the bright neon landmark of Domino Sugar.  


Gallery IV: As you look west; Go O's - Oriole Park at Camden Yards, M&T Bank Stadium, home to the 2023 AFC North Champs, The Baltimore Ravens. Baltimore Visitor Center and the Maryland Science Center.  


Gallery V: Baltimore's city center... The Hyatt Hotel, the city's first Inner Harbor hotel. If you look straight down you will see the USS Constellations, built in Fells Point in 1854, it is the last sail-only warship designed and built by the United States Navy. Look closely and you just might think you were in Florence for a second, Bromo Seltzer Tower, a replica of the Palazzo Vecchio, it has been a part of Baltimore’s skyline since 1911 and a beacon for innovation and the arts since 2007. Providing artists, writers, jewelers, architects, and more; a space to create, exhibit, interact with, and sell to the public. 



The Top of the World Observation Level is managed by the Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts


The Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts (BOPA), Inc. strives to mirror the rich diversity of Baltimore City in our staffing and programming while emphasizing cultural equityCultural equity embodies the values, policies, and practices that ensure that all people-including but not limited to those who have been historically underrepresented based on race/ethnicity, age, ability, sexual orientation, gender, socioeconomic status, geography, citizenship status, or religion-are represented in the development of arts policy; the support of artists; the nurturing of accessible, thriving venues for expression; and the fair distribution of programmatic, financial, and informational resources. 




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