Its prime location makes Baltimore’s Federal Hill a popular spot for visitors. Located just south of Inner Harbor, a large selection of the city’s attractions is within walking distance. Park your car and stroll to the National Aquarium, Harborplace, Oriole Park at Camden Yards and the Maryland Science Center along with numerous other destinations.
Federal Hill’s Main Street is the heart of the neighborhood, home to more than two dozen businesses. Restaurants and taverns, antique shops, art galleries and an assortment of merchants attract locals and visitors alike.
There are plenty of lodging options for guests wanting to stay near the Federal Hill neighborhood, ranging from B&Bs to five-star hotels. If you’re traveling by car, the neighborhood is easily accessible from Interstate 95, the Baltimore Washington Parkway, and Interstate 83. An added bonus - parking is fairly easy. Numerous forms of public transportation also serve the area, including the MTA bus, Light Rail and the MARC commuter rail. The Charm City Circulator, Baltimore's free public bus, is also an option for those traveling without a car.