Parking at the Baltimore Cruise Port
Cruise passengers can gain access to the Baltimore Cruise Port by vehicle or a taxi. No advanced parking reservations are required and a $15 per day parking fee is charged which cruisers can pay by Visa, MasterCard, American Express or cash only. Long term parking is located nearby and handicap shuttles are also available. Non-travelers are welcome to drop off their loved ones at the terminal and send them on their way.
- Oversized Parking
- Outdoor Parking
Baltimore, MD 21230
Prices per day
- $15 Outdoor Parking
- $30-40 Oversized Parking
- Master Card
- American Express
Baltimore Cruise Port Overview
The Baltimore Cruise Port is located in Baltimore, Maryland at Locust Point. It is a mere 10 minute ride from the BWI Airport and only a few minutes from the Inner Harbor. You can also get to Washington and Annapolis within an hour by road from the Baltimore Cruise Port. The Baltimore Cruise Port is just off of 1-95 and is a converted 65,000 square foot warehouse with a new and improved parking lot and dredging that can accommodate large ships. The Baltimore Cruise Port is over 300 years old and when Whetstone Point was made as the official entry point, 5 smaller ports emerged to form what is known today as the Baltimore Cruise Port. The port has expanded to over 3,400 waterfront acres and 45 miles of shoreline to date.
Today, the cruise lines that operate from the Baltimore Cruise Port include Crystal Cruise Lines, American Cruise Lines, Carnival Cruise Lines and Royal Caribbean International.
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There are several transportation options near Baltimore cruise parking. Local taxi services park at the Cruise Maryland Terminal. They offer a $30 flat rate fee to the BWI Airport. All other fares are calculated by the Taximeter.
If you would like to rent a car, there are a number of local agencies, such as Avis, Budget and Enterprise.
There are also limo, sedan and shuttle services from American Limousine,
Great hotels such as the Baltimore Four Seasons, Pier 5 Baltimore, Baltimore Inner Harbor Hotel and many others are all accessible from the Baltimore cruise port. Baltimore offers great night life with restaurants, bars and night clubs open until the late hours of the night.
Baltimore is famous for its crab cakes. Try the real deal at Pierpoint Restaurant. Or go for tapas of the Mediterranean variety at Pazo. If you want to try steamed mussels, they are excellent at Bertha's or for more Mediterranean-inspired fare, there is Greek-inspired Black Olive, known for amazing seafood. All of the restaurants are located in the foodie-centric area of Fell's Point.
Attractions & Entertainment
Fort McHenry is best known for the war that took place in 1812 when it defended the harbor from a British navy invasion in Chesapeake Bay and the Baltimore Cruise Port is only a short distance from this historic locale. Take the time to visit this place nearby the Baltimore Cruise Port because it was during this time that Francis Scott wrote the poem, The Star-Spangled Banner, which eventually became the national anthem of the United States.
There is waterfront shopping at Harborplace. Other malls to shop at include Mondawmin Mall, Eastpoint Mall and Towson Town Center.