Guide to Parking in Downtown Baltimore

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.

We want you to be safe as you browse, shop, and eat in Baltimore. This beautiful city has very clear instructions for loading and unloading passengers. Most curbs and staging areas for unloading is set at 10 min maximums.  Avoid parking illegally such as unauthorized street loading as fines in the city can reach up to $102 for parking infringements. So why throw caution to the wind when you can just parking with us where our daily max parking rate is $20 and our average discounted parking for event partners is at $10?

www.harborparkgarage.com

 

Parking Near Downtown Baltimore Attractions

Harbor Park Garage is a short walk to events held in the Inner Harbor. Points of interest nearby such as Light City and the Baltimore Book Festival, Water Taxi stops, and numerous downtown St Paul Tunnel Baltimoreattractions and restaurants also include:

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The garage also offers discounted rates if you’re going to a handful of attractions, including the Aquarium, Port Discovery, Ram’s Head Live, Miss Shirley’s or Pier Six Pavilion.

 

Parking in and around Baltimore’s Popular Destination Neighborhoods

Baltimore is known as a city of neighborhoods – and with good reason. There’s something unique and charming about each of the city’s communities. Strolling through the neighborhoods is one of the best ways to get to know the city.

Some of the most popular neighborhoods are an easy walk from downtown, making Harbor Park Garage a smart parking option.

For more information about what to do (and where to park) in neighborhoods near downtown, checkout these neighborhood-specific guides:

Fells Point

A waterfront neighborhood filled with history, good restaurants and fun shopping and nightlife, Fells is also the place to go for both ghost tours and to catch a glimpse of the swanky new Sagamore Pendry Hotel.

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Harbor East

This glossy, upscale neighborhood is known for its glamorous restaurants, high-end shopping and waterfront promenade.

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Little Italy

Old World charm, great Italian food and fun festivals light up this charming, cozy neighborhood just east of downtown

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Reserving Ahead

Harbor Park Garage has a relationship with Parking Panda, a service that lets you reserve a parking spot before you even get on the road. Just a few simple clicks and you’ll have reserved a guaranteed parking spot, making parking one less thing you need to worry about when you’re out and about.

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For More Information

The staff at Harbor Park Garage is always happy to answer any questions you might have, whether they’re about where to park, how to get somewhere, or what to check out during a day out and about in downtown Baltimore.

For more information about the garage and parking in the area, visit www.harborpark.com or call 410-234-3631.

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