The Baltimore Women’s March is this Saturday January 20, 2018 and here at Harbor Park Garage, we’ve created this event map and schedule to all participants. Feel free to click on the image file to view on your computer or mobile device or download the PDF file below.
Edmund Burke once said, “All tyranny needs to gain a foothold is for people of good conscience to remain silent.” This Saturday, we need everyone we can to march to voice our power, our glory and our hope as we can’t stay silent during these challenging times. See you there!
How to Find Parking in Baltimore
Finding a safe, clean and affordable parking garage in Baltimore is easy, if you know where to look.
Located at 55 Market Place in downtown Baltimore, Harbor Park Garage meets those needs. The garage, which is easily accessible from I-83 and other major routes in and out of the city, is reasonably-priced, brightly lit, well-staffed with friendly and knowledgeable employees, and open 24/7.
When you’re taking a trip into downtown Baltimore, whether it’s for dinner and drinks, a day at the National Aquarium, to stroll around the Inner Harbor, or for anything else, don’t forget to plan your parking strategy. Finding a clean, safe and secure spot to start and end your visit – like Harbor Park Garage – will make your trip more enjoyable all around.
Harbor Park Garage Is Convenient, Safe & Welcoming
Located at 55 Market Place, Harbor Park is extremely convenient to downtown attractions, including the Aquarium and Inner Harbor, Power Plant Live!, Port Discovery Children’s Museum, Pier Six Pavilion, Little Italy and Harbor East restaurants and shops.
Who’s up for a party, Italian-style? This weekend, Baltimore’s Little Italy lights up and gets festive, celebrating the Feast of St. Gabriele with food, music, games, vino and more.
The party takes place from 12 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Saturday, August 18 and 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Sunday, August 19 at the intersection of High and Stiles Streets in Little Italy. The festival is a fundraiser for St. Leo the Great Church – admission is a $1 donation.
It’s summertime in the city – and that means tons of fun activities for locals and visitors of all ages. From outdoor movies to family-friendly museum exhibits to evening booze cruises, here’s a look at some of the best activities downtown Baltimore has to offer this summer:
Catch a Flick
On Fridays during July or August, the Open Air Film Festival descends upon Little Italy. The films, which are screened on the side of Ciao Bella Restaurant, include classics with an Italian twist, like The Godfather and the original Ocean’s Eleven. Get there early, with chairs, to grab a good spot (and some great carry-out to enjoy).
Have an electric vehicle? Thinking about buying one? There are plenty of reasons to drive electric, from environmental to financial considerations.
One up side of driving an electric vehicle is the ability to charge your car while it’s parked. In Baltimore, Harbor Park Garage has partnered with the ChargePoint network; the garage now has stations that allow up to four electric vehicles (EVs) to charge at one time.
ChargePoint is an organization that designs and builds EV charging stations that customers can use finding an easy mobile app. The app allows customers to track fuel and greenhouse gas savings, find charging spots and coordinate the charge at one of the charging stations.
As some of you know, Harbor Park Garage serves the Inner Harbor area when it comes to inner harbor parking, especially with the surrounding neighborhoods. Our team has come up with an infographic on what makes the area unique by compiling a numbered list of shopping areas, entertainment centers, hotels, restaurants and much more for Baltimore’s Inner Harbor. Feel free to download our infographic or bookmark this article for the list!
Inner Harbor Statistics
80+ Places to eat and drink
18 Hotels in the Inner Harbor
3 Water taxi stops in the Inner Harbor, including one at the National Aquarium, one at Harborplace and one at the Rusty Scupper