Inner Harbor East & The Future! – Baltimore Inner Harbor Parking Guide
We move onto an up and coming district, Baltimore’s Inner Harbor East! One of Baltimore’s newest neighborhoods, Harbor East is a glitzy collection of shops, restaurants, offices and homes, located along a fabulous length of waterfront between the Inner Harbor and Fells Point.
It’s a must-stop for visitors who love to browse cute shops or check out trendy restaurants – but there’s more to the neighborhood than shopping and dining. With a handful of great activities and some of the best water views in the city, it’s also an ideal spot for a stroll.
What To See & Do
Baltimore Civil War Museum
601 President Street, www.civilwarbaltimore.com
Get to know the stories of the Underground Railroad and Baltimore’s connections to the Civil War, for free, at this museum, located in the historic President Street Station. Abraham Lincoln himself passed through the Station, which was built in 1849 and is the country’s oldest surviving urban railroad station.
Spa at the Four Seasons
200 International Drive, www.fourseasons.com/baltimore/spa/
Located in the posh Four Seasons Hotel, the Spa is over 10,000 square feet of pure luxury. Eleven treatment rooms, an aromatherapy steam room and two specialty suites with deep soaking tubs are just the start at the Spa. Bespoke body treatments, wellness workshops and consultations and an on-site herbalist make the Spa experience a special one. Plus, during the summer season, some Spa customers also have access to the Four Season’s dramatic pool, which overlooks the harbor from its perch outside on the fourth floor of the hotel.
International Drive to Lancaster Street,
Starting at the Four Seasons, a walk along the water, down Lancaster Street, provides a glimpse of not only a spectacular view of the harbor, but also a look at some of the best restaurants in Baltimore. From Wit & Wisdom. Azumi and Loch Bar, all located in and around the Four Seasons, to Cinghiale, Charleston and Ouzo Bay, they cover cuisine from America to Europe to Japan, and do it with aplomb. Don’t forget to pop up to Fleet Street, too, for a few more great places to dine.
Cool Shopping, but of course!
President Street Circle to Aliceanna Street,
Harbor East is the hottest shopping neighborhood in the city, with an enticing combination of locally-owned shops and big national brands. From stylish clothing to makeup to athletic gear to home goods, the neighborhood has something for everyone. Don’t miss Under Armour’s Brand House, a splashy shop that’s both locally owned and a national powerhouse.
Landmark Theatres and more movies!
645 President Street, www.landmarktheatres.com
Catch a movie in style at Landmark Theatres, where Hollywood’s latest releases play on seven screens, backed by the latest in film technology. Gourmet concessions and a premium bar ensure that at Landmark, the movie-viewing experience is perfect from previews all the way through the closing credits.
American Sailing Tours
40 International Drive, www.americansailingtours.com
Harbor East Marina is the home of Summer Wind, a schooner available for charters through American Sailing Tours. The schooner, dubbed “Baltimore’s Small Tall Ship,” sails around the harbor, over to Fort McHenry and back, offering gorgeous views of the city’s most famous landmarks from an exciting vantage point: the water.
Where To Park in Baltimore’s Little Italy?
Harbor East parking is tight – and expensive. For reasonably priced parking that’s just a convenient, quick and pretty walk to the neighborhood, park at Harbor Park Garage (55 Market Place).
Plan ahead by using Parking Panda, ParkWhiz or SP+ to prepay for your spot at Harbor Park and you will be ahead of the game before you even get on the road. To prepay for your inner harbor east parking, simply click on the Prepay For Parking buttons you see across the site or follow this link – https://goo.gl/mDibI9. Enjoy your trip, park safe and soak in the Inner Harbor East vibe!