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This charming national historic district, dating back to the 18 century, has cobblestone streets, historic buildings, craft and antique stores, coffee houses and street fairs. Stop by the Art Gallery of Fells Point to see some fine work by local...more
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This is a great place to walk to (cobbled roads, older Baltimore) in the evening and we found a tremendous variety of places to eat, to get a beer (some great Jazz in one spot), oyster bars etc. Only thing is..book. It's a busy area...More
We just happened to stumble upon the festival. There were multiple bands playing in the streets. Lots of drink and food booths. Many arts and craft tents. This festival went on for many streets. They did a very nice job. There are so many bars,...More
We arrived to a street festival full vendors, street food, and live music. It was busy and people were enjoying themselves. Beautiful collection of historic buildings and streets restored for a unique community vibe. A must see if in Baltimore.
My boyfriend and I were visiting Fells Point on a day visit to B'more. We walked down a few streets and hopped between several pubs along the walkway. Definitely worth the visit. The place had a lovely vibe, warm and charming.
Fells Point is a truly unique neighborhood for any city. What makes Fells Point interesting for walking is the mix of bars, restaurants, pubs, historical sites, and homes. It is easily reached by water taxi for the area known as the Inner Harbor.
Plenty of bars, restaurants, and ice cream shops in this part of town. Cobblestone streets line this neighborhood on the water. A short walk from the Inner Harbor, it is less corporate and more of an intimate setting.
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I don't know why you would want to do only one day if you travel from Bloomingdale WA or Plano, TX. There is so much to do here you could easily spend several days in the area and to spend the money traveling does not make... More
I don't know why you would want to do only one day if you travel from Bloomingdale WA or Plano, TX. There is so much to do here you could easily spend several days in the area and to spend the money traveling does not make sense. Perhaps you have a long layover at BWI Airport so if that is the case, you can take the light rail to the Convention Center stop and go right from there. There are free color coded buses that could get you there or near there. I would check on the internet about the public transit in Baltimore and you will find a route map for Fells Point.
I'd agree, just about a mile to Canton Square. You can walk the promenade (it gets a bit tricky to follow at one point), but it goes right along the waterline for the most part. Very safe in the day, maybe not as much at... More
I'd agree, just about a mile to Canton Square. You can walk the promenade (it gets a bit tricky to follow at one point), but it goes right along the waterline for the most part. Very safe in the day, maybe not as much at night.