Transportation Around Baltimore

Baltimore Pennsylvania Station is the main transportation hub in Baltimore, Maryland. Designed by New York architect Kenneth MacKenzie Murchison, it was constructed in 1911 in the Beaux-Arts style of architecture for the Pennsylvania Railroad.

Short ten minute drive or 20 minutes on the Light Rail.

Daily Service:

From 5:00 am to 12:00 am WEEKDAYS From 6:00 am to 12:00 am SATURDAYS From 11:00 am to 7:00 pm SUNDAYS

Easiest access to Washington D.C.’s Union Station.  Follows a commuter schedule (Only weekdays, mornings and evenings)  $8.00, ~ 1 hour.

The best way to tour around Baltimore’s Inner Harbor by water.  Only $14 for a full day pass.  Can be used to visit Ft. McHenry. 

The Charles Center Metro Subway Station is one of 14 stops along the Baltimore Metro Subway line. It is the area of the city considered to be most central, and until 1995, when the extension to Johns Hopkins Hospital was opened, it was the final stop on the line.

Affiliated with the Smithsonian Institution, the Reginald F Lewis Museum showcases 400 years of Maryland's African American History. It's vast collection serves to highlight the rich contributions of African American Marylanders, and was named for Baltimore's native son, who was the first African American to build a billion-dollar company, TLC Beatrice International Holdings.