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Crystal Moll Gallery fine art & custom framing, home to the works of urban landscape painter Crystal Moll & other local fine artists, South Charles Street Federal Hill Baltimore MD
Crystal Moll Gallery
A Note From: Crystal Moll
Crystal Moll Gallery is a fine art gallery and frame shop. We are located in the heart of Federal Hill just a few blocks south of the Inner Harbor. This main street shop is home to the work of urban landscape painter Crystal Moll and the works of many local fine artists, with an emphasis on plein air work. In addition to paintings and prints, offered are note cards and art tiles.
Information for Crystal Moll Gallery
Historically Hip Federal Hill
1030 South Charles Street
410-952-2843 crystal@crystalmoll.com
Join us for a wine and jazz reception every 3rd Thursday from 6-8 p.m.
2016 Exhibition Schedule
Cuba 2016 Show 4/6 - 5/27, Closing Reception: May 19th / 6-8p
Baltimore. A Photographic Portrait 6/1 - 6/11, Reception: June 2nd / 6-8p
Crystal Moll: Painting on Location 6/14 - 7/29, Jazz Rec: 6/16 / 6-8p, Closing Rec: 7/21 / 6-8
4th Annual Summer Plein Air 8/3 - 9/23, Demo/Opening 8/6 / 3-6p, Rec: 8/18 / 6-8p, Jazz
Rec: 9/15 / 6-8p; Personalities 9/27 - 10/28, Jazz Rec: 10/20 / 6-8p; Cityscapes 2016! 11/2 -
11/26, Reception: 11/17 / 6-8p; Best of 2016 11/30 - 1/27/2017, Opening Rec:12/3 / 3-6p,
Jazz Rec: 12/15 / 6-8p, Closing Recption: 1/19/2017 / 6-8p
Hours:
Tuesday - Saturday 12 noon - 6pm ~ Getting Here: Purple Line. Parking meters on
the street & West Street parking garage, two blocks south of the gallery. First hour is free.
Payment Options:
Cash and credit!
Gift Certificates:
Yes
Crystal Moll Gallery - striking photo of inside the gallery with many beautiful fine art pieces and shining hardwood floor, Federal Hill Baltimore MD

Illusions Magic Bar & Lounge Image of Escape Artist Spencer Horsman as seen on America's Got Talent Chained in Locked Glass Box Filled with Water Federal Hill Baltimore MD
Illusions Bar & Theater
Historically Hip Federal Hill
1025 South Charles Street
410.727.5811
Hours:
Friday and Saturday 5pm - 1am, 90 Minute Comedy Magic Shows Every Friday &
Saturday Night at 9pm featuring Spencer Horsman (unless otherwise noted on our website)
Admission:
$18 per person, Drink Specials 11pm-1am, For reservations please email us at
illusionsmagicbar@gmail.com. Please arrive by 8:30pm for seating for the show.
Highlights:
Illusions is a classy bar & lounge featuring Spencer Horsman & different award
winning internationally-known magicians. See our website for schedule. Our comedy magic
theme brings something special & different to Baltimore. Come for drinks & exciting magic!
Spencer Horsman Illusionist & Escape Artist seen on America's Got Talent, Image of Spencer in Straight Jacket & Bally's in the Background Federal Hill Baltimore MD

Fell's Point Visitor Center
A Note From Fell's Point Visitor Center:
Fell's Point Visitor Center
Welcome to Historic Fell's Point!
Information for Fell's Point Visitor Center
The Preservation Society Historic District Programs
Historic Fell's Point 21231
1724 Thames Street ~ 410-675-6750
Hours:
April - November Tuesday - Thursday 12-4pm; April - December Fridays 11-8pm;
April - December Saturdays 10-8pm & Sundays 11-5pm; Closed Mondays.
Winter Hours TBA - Please Call for Winter Hours.
Admission:
Free Admission to the Immigration, Maritime & History Exhibit at the Fell's
Point Visitor Center - Donations Appreciated. Tours: Call or Visit for Tour Times, Rates,
Dates & Special Discounts. Cash and all major credit cards accepted.
Highlights ~ Tours ~ Events ~ Exhibits ~ And More!

Robert Long House - Baltimore's Oldest Surviving Urban Residence, circa 1765
Tours of Robert Long House - call for times, rates and reservations please.

Visitor Center is open with guided tours by urban rangers - call or stop in for more information.

Preservation Society Lectures - go to www.preservationsociety.com

Historic Harbor House Tour of Fell's Point - Mother's Day

Immigration, Maritime & History Exhibit at the Fell's Point Visitor Center

Souvenirs, Gifts, Lectures, Museum and More!

Call 410-675-6750 for Tour Times, Rates, Dates and Special Discounts


Gifts & Souvenirs:
Collectible Ornaments, an Eclectic Mix of Books, Historic
Reproductions and much more!
Food/Dining:
Plenty of great dining choices all within walking distance - Kooper's Tavern,
Slainte Irish Pub, Woody's Rum Bar, Riptide by the Bay, The Point in Fells, Mare Nostrum
Getting Here:
Ride the free Charm City Circulator bus, green route to Fell's Point.
Fell's Point Visitor Center is a short walk through historic Fell's Point from the stop.
OR
Walk the Baltimore Waterfront Promenade to Brown's Wharf in Fell's Point. From Brown's
Wharf, Fell's Point Visitor Center is a very short walk east along the historic waterfront
Belgian block constructed Thames Street.
Parking:
Street Parking - Fell's Point Visitor Center is located on Thames Street near Ann
Street. There are limited free parking spaces and ample "pay-to-park" spaces. On the very
rare occasion that street parking can't be found in Fell's Point, you can pay to park in the
garage at 1530 Thames Street.
Fell's Point Visitor Center and Preservation Society images: interior of Visitor Center Museum, Robert Long House tour, quarter-scale model of historic Baltimore Clipper Ship in the Robert Long House Courtyard 812 South Ann Street, Model Ship and Large Ship's Wheel in Museum Baltimore MD

BHG's Local Favorite Review
What Makes Fell's Point Visitor Center A Baltimore Harbor Guide Favorite, by »COMING SOON!
Historic 1814 US flag waving in the breeze atop Federal Hill Baltimore MD Image of Federal Hill Park with US flag proudly flying taken from Harborplace Waterfront Promenade Baltimore MD
Plan to spend some time here! Federal Hill overlooks the Inner Harbor & is easily seen from Harborplace & the Waterfront Promenade.  Enjoy a leisurely walk from the Inner Harbor to Federal Hill Park where the people of Baltimore celebrated the ratification of our Constitution. Later, Federal Hill was instrumental in protecting Baltimore during the Civil War. Be sure to see the Civil War cannon & the large replica 1814 US Flag. Today Federal Hill Park provides a great vantage point to view Baltimore and its beautiful harbor.
While you are atop Federal Hill, visit Baltimore’s Historically Hip Federal Hill Neighborhood, named one of the Five Great American Main Streets! Restaurants, pubs, historic Cross Street Market (est. 1846) and a variety of shops and galleries along with Ravens Stadium and nearby museums make this 19th century neighborhood an interesting and enjoyable destination while visiting Baltimore's Magnificent Harbor.
Visit Historic Federal Hill Park
Walking the park grounds outside the fort is awesome & free! The walkway around the tip of Locust Point on the water's edge provides a beautiful view of the harbor & the Key Bridge. There is a visitor center & gift shop with free parking. To enter the star fort & experience the Ranger & Living History Programs, there is a fee. This late 18th century star-shaped fort is world-famous as the birthplace of the American national anthem. As the guardian of Baltimore's harbor, the valiant defense of Fort McHenry by American forces during a British attack on Sept. 13-14, 1814 inspired 35 year-old poet-lawyer Francis Scott Key to write "The Star-Spangled Banner." Fort McHenry was designated a National Park in 1925 and later redesignated a National Monument and Historic Shrine. Enjoy a delicious lunch, dinner or treat at our BHG Locally-Owned Favorites conveniently located along the way to and from Fort McHenry in Historic Locust Point.
Visit Fort McHenry ~ National Monument & Historic Shrine
Front entrance to Fort McHenry showing park grounds & replica 1814 US flag that Francis Scott Key saw when writing our National Anthem, Baltimore MD Image of large rotatable cannon on tracks with cannon balls in foreground at Fort McHenry Baltimore MD
The Maryland Korean War Memorial lists the names of Maryland citizens who died in the Korean War, along with the names of Marylanders still listed as missing in action, on a large granite ring which also includes a history of the war & map of Korea. The US Flag, POW/MIA Flag & Maryland Flag are all part of this respectful memorial which honors our soldiers.
Canton Waterfront Park & the Korean War Memorial are located along Boston St. & the harbor, between Potomac St. & S. East Ave. The park has lovely views of the harbor. Across the harbor is Fort McHenry & to your left you can see US Navy ships docked at the Clinton Street Marine Terminal. You can walk the Waterfront Promenade around the harbor to the park or from the park to the Inner Harbor. The park also has recreational facilities including a boat ramp & fishing pier. Nearby are several terrific resraurants that are BHG Local Favorites: Langermann's Southern Inspired Fresh Kitchen, Canton Dockside Authentic Maryland Steamed Crabs & Seafood, Edgar Allen Poe-themed Annabel Lee Tavern & Restaurant, & Jasa Kabob Authentic Indian Cuisine.
Visit The Korean War Memorial in Canton Waterfront Park
Image of the Maryland Korean War Memorial Plaque in foreground with US Flag & POW Flag in background amongst the lovely trees & gardens of Canton Waterfront Park on Boston Street, Baltimore MD Tree framed image taken near the water's edge of Canton Waterfront Park looking across the harbor towards Fort McHenry, Baltimore MD
The National Katyn Memorial in Harbor East commemorates the thousands of Polish Army Officers murdered by the Soviet Union as ordered by Josef Stalin in 1940. The statue by sculptor Andrzej Pitynski is 56 feet high including its base and was delivered from Poland to Harbor East in 2000. The term "Katyn Massacre" refers to the murders in the Katyn Forest and the Soviet prison camps. The atrocities were a failed attempt by Stalin to decimate opposition to communist rule in Poland. Three Polish officers on the monument represent the victims of the Katyn Massacre. When the Soviet Union collapsed in 1989, the head of the Communist Party finally admitted Soviet guilt.
Visit the National Katyn Memorial
Vibrant night view of Katyn Memorial Circle with golden hues, President & Aliceanna Streets Harbor East Baltimore MD Daytime view of Katyn Memorial showing fountain and lovely gardens Harbor East Baltimore MD Close-up view of golden Katyn Memorial framed by Harbor East highrise buildings Baltimore MD
Get your Free copy of The Baltimore Harbor Guide at the Visitor Center (also at Baltimore hotels, businesses, Maryland Welcome Centers & many more locations).

The visitor center has a friendly, knowledgable and helpful staff, an introductory movie highlighting Baltimore's history and attractions, and a new gift shop.

Winter Hours: Jan - Feb 10am - 5pm, closed Mondays
Spring Hours: March - April 10am - 5pm
Spring/Summer Hours: May - September 9am - 6pm
Fall/Winter Hours: October - December 10am - 5pm

401 Light St. on the West Shore of Baltimore's Inner Harbor.
Start Your Visit at the Baltimore Visitor Center
Entrance to the Baltimore Visitor Center with 1814 Replica US Flag, Maryland Flag, and Baltimore Flag hanging above the doors with Baltimore skyline in background, West Shore Park, Inner Harbor Image of mother and child enjoying the fountains at West Shore Park, Inner Harbor, Baltimore MD
Cruise Maryland
A Note From: Cruise Maryland
Cruise Maryland offers year round cruising to the Bahamas, Bermuda, Canada/New England and the Caribbean. Royal Caribbean International's Grandeur of the Seas and Carnival Cruise Lines' Pride sail out of Maryland. American Cruise Lines offers Chesapeake Bay cruises as well as Mid-Atlantic and East Coast Inland Passage cruises. Cruise Maryland from the Port of Baltimore - Gateway to your Getaway!
Images of Cruise Maryland Terminal next to Interstate 95 and images of exciting cruise destinations
Information for Cruise Maryland
Historic Locust Point
2001 East McComas Street
1.866.427.8963
Cruise Line Details
For more information regarding Cruise Maryland from the Port of Baltimore, please call
(866) 427-8963. For pricing and availability on cruises from Baltimore, contact your local
travel agent or the cruise line directly. Cruise Maryland from the Port of Baltimore cannot
book your cruise for you nor do we have access to ticket pricing.
www.americancruiselines.com 1-800-460-4518
www.carnival.com 1-800-Carnival
www.royalcaribbean.com 866-562-7625
taking I-95 to Exit 55 Key Highway to East McComas Street. We make parking easy for you
Cruise Maryland Terminal Directions & Parking
Passengers will find easy access to the Cruise Maryland Terminal by private car or taxi,
in our secured, long-term lots located within walking distance of the terminal. See our Cruise
Maryland website for detailed directions, parking rates, and other helpful information.
American Cruise Lines:
Carnival Cruise Lines:
Royal Caribbean International:
Planning a visit to Baltimore and perhaps a cruise? Combine your cruise with a few days visiting Baltimore. Sail out of the Port of Baltimore's cruise terminal, conveniently located off interstate 95. Cruise Maryland offers year round cruising to the Bahamas, Bermuda, Canada/New England and the Caribbean. On your way, you can see the gorgeous Chesapeake Bay, one of the most beautiful and bountiful estuaries in the world! Call your travel agent today to book your cruise. Please do not visit the terminal unless you are taking a cruise. This is not an attraction to go see.
Cruise Maryland from the Port of Baltimore
Gateway to your Getaway!
Cruise Maryland Terminal is located in Locust Point.
Image of Cruise Maryland Terminal next to I-95, with stately cruise ship in the foreground and Baltimore's Magnificent Inner Harbor in the background Image of a luxurious cruise ship with beautiful white sand beach and clear blue ocean in the foreground framed by luscious green palm trees and a deep blue sky
Cruise Maryland - Colorful Baseball-themed Image – Hit a Grand Slam with your Family… Feel like an All-Star, Book your Cruise out of Maryland! With images of gorgeous destinations, fun activities, stately cruise ships – Royal Caribbean International Grandeur of the Seas and Carnival Pride, and the Cruise Maryland Terminal just off I-95 in Locust Point, Sailing weekly from Baltimore to the Bahamas, Bermuda, the Caribbean, and New England/Canada
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