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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
All reviews cobblestone streets water taxi restaurants and bars inner harbor bertha's mussels cute shops historic neighborhood bar hopping thames street great area pub crawl live music great place to walk walk around night life great food within walking distance
Great neighborhood to walk around in to see the water, have a drink etc. Cobblestone streets and a very small visitor center. Sagamore Pendry is fun to duck in in to take a look at the before and after photos. Fri/Sat nights this is a...More
Normally fells point is a lot of fun there's good restaurants and some really neat shops. However there is a lot of work being done to the roads and the Market building.. this also is making it hard to find parking as well.. I am...More
I have only been to Baltimore a few times, mainly to go to Orioles games. For some reason I thought the rest of Baltimore was rather run down and unattractive. An afternoon in Fells point change that perspective. This historic center has cleaned up nicely...More
This is one of our favorite places in the world. The people are so friendly and there is such history here. Shops, restaurants, and bars are plentiful, a great place to spend a day walking and mixing with locals.
This has so much to see and do. Lots of little restaurants and bars to hop in and out of. Shops galore and be sure to hit the furniture store -= you would be so surprised at the goodies in there that isn't necessarily furniture.
Great little shops, cool pubs (the horse you rode in on) and oysters (Thames street oysters) was enough to satisfy our trip here. Not sure where the prior guest reviewer was visiting-clearly not here! Safe, clean and historic-in the daytime anyway!
I was here with my family and grew up in Fells Point. We were accosted multiple times and cornered against the water by one aggressive pan handler and I was with my two young daughters. Zero police presence, deplorable. I was wondering why I got...More
We spent an afternoon in Fells Point and enjoyed ourselves very much. It was Februrary, but a nice sunny day so the area was busy. I had not been in quite a few years and was pleasantly surprised by some of the upgrades the area...More
Fun community with shops and lots of bars. We went Day dinking on a Wednesday afternoon. Plenty of people out and about but no place was jumping. Saw lots of opportunities for music later in the evening.
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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.