Our neighborhoods help define Baltimore’s waterfront. Explore our district below:.
Baltimore’s Inner Harbor is the crown jewel of this city offering plenty of attractions for locals and tourists alike. It’s parks and amphitheatre are always bustling with activity whether it is live entertainment, pop up markets, or festivals. You never know what you may find along the promenade or in the shops, restaurants, and attractions that line the Harbor.
You’ll find some of Baltimore’s most talked about restaurants, shops, and hang outs in Harbor East. This chic neighborhood is always on the cutting edge with its modern design, innovative cuisine, and renowned brands. You are sure to experience what’s new and what’s next at this dynamic hot spot.
Harbor Point is one of the newest neighborhoods on the waterfront. This former industrial site is being transformed into a place to live, work, and play surrounded by stunning views of the Baltimore Harbor. The Central Plaza provides a great stage for events and activity in the heart of the neighborhood, providing a space for all to enjoy..
Named for a ship builder, Fell’s Point still retains the charming feel of Baltimore’s nautical past. Here you’ll find over 150 registered historic buildings from the eighteenth and nineteenth century which have been turned into quaint homes and shops. Night or day, there is always something to explore in Fell’s Point. You’ll find unique finds at their many boutiques, amazing Chesapeake Bay faire at celebrated restaurants, and a thrilling nightlife.