There are so many options when it comes to getting to and around The Waterfront that you won't be able to pick just one. Here are the ways to get to Baltimore's most prestigious attraction and all the ways to spend your days and nights of fun.
The Harbor Connector (HC) is an extension of the Charm City Circulator CCC and is the City’s free maritime transit service. It connects 6 piers (currently reduced to 4 piers). Operating Hours: Monday – Friday from 6:00 AM – 8:00 PM *All riders are required to wear a mask as on all public transit to follow COVID protocols.
PAY for a TICKET onboard the boat or a PASS online. Cash sales are only available at the USS Constellation Museum.
RIDE & REPEAT!Our All Day Tickets allow you to hop on and off any boat on any route from any stop.
May June, July, and August
Thursday & Friday: 11 AM to 6 PM
Saturday & Sunday: 11 AM to 8 PM
OFF SEASON Schedule:
April, September, and October
Saturday & Sunday: 11 AM to 6 PM
The Baltimore Water Taxi is CLOSED January, February, March, November, and December.
Service is weather dependent, and subject to change. In the event of severe weather, we will temporarily suspend service until conditions improve. All boats operate on a designated route with departures on a set schedule.
One of the MTA's many routes connects you directly to one of the routes that will get you to The Waterfront in no time. Find the number or color of the bus line to where the rest of Baltimore is heading.
Running from Cockeysville to Baltimore-Washington International Airport, the Light Rail conveniently brings riders to Baltimore's Camden Yards only a short, three block walk away from The Waterfront. Please check here for all schedules.
With nine secure garages from The Inner Harbor to Fell’s Point, you will be able to drive to The Waterfront knowing that finding parking will be easier than deciding on what fun thing to do first once you arrive.