A festive Christmas tree is lit up in the middle of Fells Point, Baltimore's historic neighborhood.

A Stroll Through Time – Fells Point’s Rich History 🕰️ Timeless Charm of Fells Point Nestled along the picturesque waterfront of Baltimore, Fells Point boasts a history as captivating as its cobblestone streets. Established in the 18th century, this maritime neighborhood was once a bustling shipbuilding hub and a thriving port for trade. Today, its historic charm is preserved in its well-preserved architecture, blending seamlessly with the modern vibrancy of its shops, restaurants, and pubs. 🏠 Architectural Treasures The cobblestone streets are lined with well-preserved 18th and 19th-century homes, offering a glimpse into the architectural tapestry of the past. The red-bricked row houses with theirRead More →

A boat docked in a harbor with buildings in the background.

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 atRead More →

The building where the hotel is located.

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 andRead More →

Founded in the mid-18th century and named for William Fell, an Englishman who founded a ship-building company within its borders, Fells Point has a long and storied history as one of Baltimore’s wildest, most charming neighborhoods. Today, the cobblestone streets of Fells lead to over 100 pubs, tons of locally-owned shops and some excellent restaurants – plus a ton of historic Baltimore charm. Let us give you all a local low-down on what do in this time machine that is Fells Point. What To See & Do Urban Pirates 911 South Ann Street, www.urbanpirates.com Fells Point has long been known as a stop for someRead More →