Inner Harbor Love: This Baltimore Neighborhood by the Number …

80 places to eat and drink.

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 drink80 Plus Restaurantsi n Inner Harbor

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

19 Charm City Circulator bus stops between the Inner Harbor and Ft. McHenry19 Charm City Bus Stops and 4 Historic Ships

There are 4 Historic ships, plus one lighthouse, docked in the harbor and open to tourists

4 – The Inner Harbor is home to four waterfront parks – Pierce’s Park, McKeldin Square, West Shore Park and Rash Field

2 Permanent bike share stands are located at the Baltimore Visitor Center and at the National Aquarium

3 Major kid-friendly museums, including The Maryland Science Center, the National Aquarium and Port Discovery Children’s Museum

12 Permanent exhibits at Port Discovery Children’s Museum

38 Number of speakers powering the sound at the IMAX theater at the Maryland Science Center

20,000 Approximate number of animals living in the National Aquarium20K National Aquarium Animals

5 With regular live music acts at five (or more) venues – Pier Six Pavilion, Rams Head LIVE!, Baltimore Soundstage, Angels Rock Bar and Tin Roof – the Inner Harbor sounds great all year long

7 Number of miles in the Waterfront Promenade, a paved pathway, stretching from Ft. McHenry to the Canton Waterfront, including a long stretch along the water through the Inner Harbor

111I nner Harbor Marina Boat Slips111 Boat slips at Baltimore Marine Centers’ Inner Harbor marina




The complete infograph here: