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About Fell's Point
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With its cobblestone streets and well-kept storefronts, Fells Point should be included in a visit to Baltimore. We first visited late on a Saturday evening to pick up a pizza. That's clearly the time for the younger crowd! There wasn't a parking spot in sight...More
Fells point is a beautiful area of Baltimore that sits right on the water. With its cobblestone streets, quaint little specialty shops, and strategically placed funky art galleries, it’s a nice place to spend the day. However, if your not a drinker and do not...More
Fell’s Point is an area in Baltimore which should be a must see on any visitor’s list. Not only is it a rich part of Baltimore history in terms of architecture, ghost stories, historical buildings, but it is a good place to socialize or walk...More
Fun area to window shop, eat and take in the history. Went Thames Oyster House and a little Gelato shop, all great.
There's lots to do and see in Fells Point. The historic buildings and atmosphere blend with funky bars, artsy coffee shops and elegant restaurants. The waterfront has a water taxi that will take you around on various routes through the harbor, or just find a...More
Sunday evening before a concert at the HUB... the neighborhood was buzzing with excitement and live music playing in the bars and restuarants. We ate at the Oyster House! Fantastic view and excellent food. The bar next door had a live jazz band and great...More