Inner Harbor with view of USS Constellation & Harborplace Pavilion
Harborplace Baltimore Inner Harbor circa 2000
Baltimore Visitor Center - Inner Harbor - Light Street
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
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.
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!
Terminal is located in Locust Point.