Say good bye to the Broadway City Pier. This sucker is going down!
Great collection of resturants
Bertha's is the best seafood place in the area.
Slow down and stay awhile.
Best place to work!
If you're here on a Sunday, be sure to pop into the Antique Man. Weird, random, kitschy things and also a mummy!
Enjoy the random ships that come to dock on the pier.
Good old days at neighborhood.. Near to downtown and good nightout activities.
Pure history here this is where some part of 1812 war took place. The place is right off the water with tons of bars and restaurants. A park to sit at and A boardwalk, nice place to take pics
From February to December, a Frederick Douglass walking tour "Path to Freedom" shows where Douglass lived for 12 years and Underground Railroad agents secretly resided.
A celebration of Historic "madness" of 1812............
When you are in the neighborhood be sure to visit Bluemoon Cafe and order captain crunch french toast!
Happy Saint Patrick's Day!
This waterfront community was called “Long Island Point” in 1670. Today it’s known for an array of eateries, bars and boutiques – even ghost tours!
Lookout for movies on the pier.. Nice relaxing environment to watch free movies by the water..
Do the Haunted Pub Tour. Great for both tourists and locals!
Voted 2nd Best Neighborhood and 2nd Best Place to take out of town Visitors by City Paper Readers for Best of Baltimore 2011
This celebration of historic Fell's Point showcases local businesses and charming 18th and 19th-century residences with food, entertainment, and arts and crafts.
Beautiful bay area with cobblestone streets, specialty stores and boutiques, and every kind of beer and food fixings you could want in Bmore. Bring your camera ready!
Leaving from the Fell's Point Visitor Center, you can take a walking tour of Baltimore's oldest neighborhood and see where the unsung heroes lived during the Battle of Baltimore.
Happy Cinco de mayo!!!!!!!