Lots of fun little shops and restaurants along cobblestone streets, beside the Chesapeake Bay. A great destination for a day trip.
About Fell's Point
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Fells Point is a great place to go for a casual lunch or dinner. It had an awesome nightlife scene where the music gets the hips shaking and the bar tenders keep the drinks flowing. A wide variety of restaurants and bars from dive bar...More
Live 🎶 music, with right combination of diverse pop-up shops (cards, leather goods, handmade jewelry, bbq, festival food, toys, wellness demonstrations). Make sure to check the weather. Sunshine only makes the experience that much better.
Stopped here overnight when road-tripping, but would like to go back for a long weekend. Brick, colonial style buildings around a square. Cobblestone streets and walkways. Lots of bars, restaurants, music, shopping in every direction. Right on the water/port. 2 hotels in the area.
So many restaurants, gift shops, and drinking establishments. Wonderful place to walk around but I would avoid late nights. Catch watertaxi go to a gift shop or hang out at a coffee bar. Great place for families during the day but not during the late...More
I visited Fell's point with my daughter who lives in Baltimore and who knew the area. I had been there before to stay overnight but didn't actually walk around to see the shops and restaurants. It's a beautiful area with some really delicious restaurants and...More
Cute area to wander around, checking out the stores and restaurants. Easy walk from Inner Harbor, or a quick water taxi ride. Lots of restaurants on Thames overlooking the water. A definite must while in Baltimore.
Tells Point is a place of great bars, restaurants, specialty shops while also being a neighborhood. Pity the North market remains closed. Suggest you remain below Fleet Street. Above there the area deteriorates rapidly. I do believe cleanliness in the streets could be improved.