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Fell's Point

Fell St, Baltimore, MD 21231
+1 410-675-6750
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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 artists.
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Fell St, Baltimore, MD 21231
Fells Point
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"cobblestone streets"
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"water taxi"
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"restaurants and bars"
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"inner harbor"
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"admiral fell inn"
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"great area"
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"bar scene"
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"pub crawl"
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"walk around"
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"great place to walk"
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Great little area of Baltimore that has something for everyone. Shopping, dining, drinking. All in walking distance. From the brick streets to the multicolored buildings. This was a great little neighborhood.

Thank Patty C
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Reviewed 4 days ago

Nice area with restaurants, shops and hotels along the waterfront. Fun way to spend several hours just walking and browsing the shops. Also the main hub to pick up the water taxi--which works like the hop-on/hop-off tour buses you find in many major citie.

Thank DeeAnnB
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Reviewed 5 days ago

This part of Baltimore, one of its oldest neighborhoods, is also one of its gems. I always come here for seafood, live music, and odd shopping whenever I am in town. I also just loving strolling the streets and admiring so many of the ancient...More

Thank Gary N
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Visit Fell's Point for a perfect little walking trip! The buildings, and infrastructure make this area very distinct. It's a great "touristy" thing to do without spending a lot (unless you want to shop)

Thank smaashley
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Very enjoyable on a sunny day. It was very lively. Lots of small shops, cafes and pubs to choose from and to explore. No big box store here. Give yourself lots of time to stroll around, grab a bite to eat, taking the sights and...More

Thank The_Rock_50
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is a great area to hang out in. There's plenty of shopping as well as restaurants. If you visit you will not be disappointed.

Thank MikeM22rugger
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Fells Pointe is an historic area of Baltimore that's so much fun. It's right on the harbor. Gorgeous! The 250 +/- stevedore homes have all been renovated (most are only 12' wide). The cobblestone streets are intact. It will just about take you back in...More

Thank Jennifer H
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Fells is always a good time. The fells festival gets a little crowded but any weekend is a good time to go. Even live music at places all week long, look up places in fells point for bar/restaurant bands. It's my go to place when...More

Thank Edward G
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

If you come to Baltimore, you can’t miss a night in Fells Point. A historic neighborhood along the water with the largest concentration of 18th century architecture in I believe the entire US! From the cobblestone streets to the restaurants and bars with a few...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

If you love music, you will just love the Cat's Eye. Friendly people, good drinks, and the best bands in town!!!!!!!!!!!!

1  Thank irisb848
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Westley C
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Response from mwclark12 | Reviewed this property |
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
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dpa_tim
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Response from rbourn | Reviewed this property |
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
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