Many sites below are part of the Baltimore National Heritage Area with ties to the city’s history, including the War of 1812 and the significant Battle of Baltimore. FEDERAL HILL PARK This elevated spot served as a lookout point during the Civil War and the War of 1812. Today, the park offers Inner Harbor views and onsite memorials to those conflicts.
Thursdays through Aug. 25 (9 p.m.): Flicks from the Hill, with free admission 59 p.m. to nearby American Visionary Art Museum
CHARLOTTE ELLIOTT Furniture, estate and handmade jewelry, sterling silver flatware, vintage clothing. Rare books at Book Store Next Door. Wed.-Fri. 11 a.m.-5 p.m., Sat. till 6 p.m., Sun. noon- 4 p.m. By appointment Mon.-Tues. www.charlotteelliottinc. com. 837 W. 36th St., Hampden, 410.243.0990 North of Map A1 CROSSKEYS ANTIQUES Selection of furniture, paintings, mirrors from 17th through 20th centuries. More than 10,000 pieces in collection like waxes carrying Buckingham Palace’s seal of approval. Sat. 10 a.m.-3 p.m., Sun. 11 a.m.-3 p.m. www.crosskeysantiques. com. 801 N. Howard St., Mount Vernon, 410.728.0101 Map C3
This sleek Hampden gallery offers works by current masters like Kusama and Hirst, plus limitededition prints by emerging talent. www.goyacontemporary.com. Mill Center #214, 3000 Chestnut Ave., 410.366.2001.
PARADISO Well-appointed shop on “The Ave.” carries antique and modern pieces. A designer jewelry case complements furniture. Local delivery and shipping. Fri.-Sat. 11 a.m.- 6 p.m., Sun. 11 a.m.- 4 p.m. or by appointment. www.paradisohampden.com. 1015 W. 36th St., Hampden, 410.243.1317 North of Map A1 THE PARISIAN FLEA Pottery, jewelry, chandeliers and lanterns. Plus tea sets, stained glass and furniture. Daily 11 a.m.- 6 p.m. 843 W. 36th St., Hampden, 410.235.1287 North of Map A1 ANGEL PARK MULTI BRAND BOUTIQUE Hard-to-find menswear brands, many European, in an eclectic, modern shop. Akomplice T-shirts,
At this cozy shop, find coveted comics and graphic novels (think “Dungeons & Dragons”), action figures and collectibles. Gamers even try before they buy. www. cantongames.com. 2101 Essex St., 410.276.2640.
Scott Langton neoprene jackets, plus unique accessories like wooden bowties, Mitchell and Co. all-natural body products, upcycled candles. Tues.-Sat. 11 a.m.- 8 p.m., Sun. till 6 p.m. 1707 Aliceanna St., Fells Point, 410.669.0600 Map F7 BRIGHTSIDE Two native New Yorkers curating funky clothing, jewelry, accessories and more inspired by “tattoo couture.” Hours vary by location. Check website for details. www.shopbright side.com. 1133 S. Charles St., Federal Hill, 410.244.1133 Map C8; 732 S. Broadway, 410.522.1337 Map F7 CHRISTOPHER SCHAFER CLOTHIER Dapper father-and-son team crafting made-to-measure suits and separates rooted in English traditions with modern flair in cool digs. By appoint-
C. GRIMALDIS GALLERY— Contemporary gallery of post-World War II art. Representing artists including Anthony Caro, Grace Hartigan (estate), Raoul Middleman, Richard Serra, Chul Hyun Ahn, John Waters. Tues.-Sat. 10 a.m.5:30 p.m. www.cgrimaldisgallery.com. 523 N. Charles St., Mount Vernon, 410.539.1080 Map C4 CORRADETTI GLASSBLOWING— In historic Clipper Mill, studio and gallery for vases, bowls, ornaments and jewelry. Wed.-Fri. noon- 8 p.m., Sat. 11 a.m.8 p.m.,Sun. 11 a.m.-3 p.m. www.corra detti.com. 2010 Clipper Park Rd., Ste. 119, Woodberry, 410.243.2010 North of Map A1 EMP— 5,000-square-foot arts space for multiuse: gallery, theater, movie house and workshop. Run by young artists of EMP Collective. www.empcollective. org. 307 W. Baltimore St., Downtown, 410.244.0785 Map C5 GALERIE MYRTIS— Contemporary gallery showing social and historic landscapes. Ongoing art talks. Thurs.Sat. 2- 6 p.m. www.galeriemyrtis.net. 2224 N. Charles St., Station North, 410.235.3711 North of Map C1 POTTERS GUILD— Handcrafted pottery by more than 40 local artists. Minutes from the Light Rail ( Woodberry stop). Thurs.-Fri. 11 a.m.- 4 p.m., Sat.-Sun. noon-5 p.m. www.pottersguild.org. 3600 Clipper Mill Rd., Meadow Mill, 410.235.4884 North of Map A1
Southwest, Indonesia and other farflung locales. Hours vary by location. www.blancaflorsilverjewelry.com. 612 S. Exeter St., Harbor East, 410.469.9118 Map E7; 34 Market Space, Annapolis, Md., 410.268.7666 EMPORIUM COLLAGIA Local artist Luana Kaufmann’s jewel box shop offering soaps, jewelry, glassware, stationery, botanicals, gifts plus own found-image art. Sun.-Mon., Wed.-Thurs. 10 a.m7 p.m., Fri.-Sat. noon-10 p.m. www. luanakaufmann.com. 1732 Thames St., Fells Point, 410.534.5340 Map F7 SPROUT Colorful salon built from recycled materials and specializing in non-toxic treatments using organic products. Tues.-Fri. 10 a.m.-7 p.m., Sat. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. www.sproutsalon. com. 925 W. 36th St., Hampden, 410.235.2269 North of Map A1
CROSS STREET TOBACCO Familyowned, oldest-operating cigar shop in the city with knowledgeable staff. Comfy lounge with TVs for smoking Cohibas, Montecristos, et. al. Extensive selection in walk-in humidor maintained at 70 percent humidity, plus accessories. Mon.-Thurs. 10 a.m.-9 p.m., Fri.-Sat. till 10 p.m., Sun. 11 a.m.- 6 p.m. www.cstcigars.com. 1103 Light St., Federal Hill, 410.752.9220 Map C8 A GOOD YARN Wide array of yarn and knitting supplies. Local, hand-dyed and hand-spun varieties at this teaching shop. Tues.-Fri. 11 a.m.- 6 p.m. by appointment only. Sat. open coffee session 10 a.m.-noon. www.agoodyarn. com. 1738 Aliceanna St., Fells Point, 410.327.3884 Map F7 NATTY BOH GEAR National Bohemian beer logo on clothing, home decor,
BALTIMORE CONVENTION CENTER Inner Harbor/downtown complex hosting expos and trade shows for industry folk and consumers alike. Baltimore Art, Antique and Jewelry Show with vendors from across the country selling fine art, furnishings and collectibles, Aug. 25-28. Thurs. noon- 8 p.m., Fri.Sat. 11 a.m.-7 p.m., Sun. 11 a.m.- 6 p.m. Baltimore Comic-Con drawing stars and fans of graphic novels for events, photo opps and shopping, Sept. 2- 4. Fri. 1-7 p.m., Sat. 10 a.m.-7 p.m., Sun. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. www.bccenter.org. 1 W. Pratt St., 410.649.7000 Map C6 EDGAR ALLAN POE’S GRAVE At Westminster burial grounds, final resting place of Baltimore’s most famous poet. On Poe’s birthday, Jan. 19, an unknown admirer brought cognac and roses at dawn to his grave for years until 2009. This year, a new anonymous “Poe Toaster,” chosen by Baltimoreans, revived the tradition. Tours first and third Fridays (through Nov.). 8 a.m.dusk. Free. 519 W. Fayette St., 410.706.2072 Map B5 FORT MCHENRY A strategic installation protecting the city during the Revolution, War of 1812 and Civil War. War of 1812 battle here inspired Francis Scott Key to pen the words of “The StarSpangled Banner.” Visitors center has films and exhibits. Daily flag raising at 9:30 a.m., lowering at 4:20 p.m. Visitors Center and Star Fort 9 a.m.- 4:45 p.m., park 9 a.m.-5 p.m. $10, 15 and under
9811 Van Buren Ln., Cockeysville, Md., 410.666.1878 BALTIMORE MUSEUM OF INDUSTRY On waterfront site of 1865 oyster cannery, theme galleries like “pharmacy” and “machine shop.” Artifacts: a Linotype, a steam pump and 1930s spice grinder used to concoct Old Bay seasoning. “Then & Now,” Baltimore Gas & Electric historic photos of the city paired with modern crowd-sourced pictures illustrating how the city has changed, through Jan. 1, 2017. “Video Game Wizards,” interactive exhibit allowing aspiring “wizards” to create their own computer game through 2019. Machinery workshops and exhibits. Popular with school groups. Tues.-Sun. 10 a.m.- 4 p.m. $12, seniors $9, students $7, under 6 free. www.thebmi.org. 1415 Key Hwy., 410.727.4808 South of Map D8 CARROLL MANSION Stately residence of Charles Carroll, only Catholic signer of Declaration of Independence, preserved in its 19th-century grandeur. Dedicated to history of Baltimore and Jonestown. Tours (also of nearby Phoenix Shot Tower). Sat.-Sun. noon- 4 p.m. (last tour starts 3 p.m.). $5, children/ seniors/students/military $4, under 6 free. www.carrollmuseums.org. 800 E. Lombard St., 410.605.2964 Map E6 ENOCH PRATT FREE LIBRARY Crown jewel of the city’s public library system and one of the oldest in the country, dating from 1882. Featuring soaring architecture as well as cozy reading nooks. Benefactor Pratt mandated that the library serve both rich and poor of all races. Mon.-Wed. 10 a.m.-7 p.m., Thurs.-Sat. till 5 p.m., Sun. 1-5 p.m. www.prattlibrary.org. 400 Cathedral St., 410.396.5430 Map C4 FIRE MUSEUM OF MARYLAND Bells, flashing lights, antique vehicles and an engine to climb plus 250 years of firefighting history. Exhibits like “Life of a Fireman” and “The Great Baltimore Fire of 1904.” Gift shop. Sat. 10 a.m.4 p.m. Closed in Jan. $14, seniors/ firefighters $12, ages 2-18 $6, under 2 free. www.firemuseummd.org. 1301 York Rd., Lutherville, Md., 410.321.7500 FREDERICK DOUGLASS ISAAC MYERS MARITIME PARK Dedicated to the African-American shipbuilders who, like orator Douglass, toiled on the docks of Fells Point. Gallery space with learning centers, ship restoration work-
CYLBURN ARBORETUM Businessman Jesse Tyson’s 1863 mansion, now with a 207-acre park, 20 themed gardens, wooded trails and the Nature Museum holding bird specimens, nests, eggs, fossils, skulls and seashells. Visitor Center, Tues.-Sun. 10 a.m.- 4 p.m. Nature Museum, Sat.-Sun. noon-3 p.m. Mansion, Tues.-Fri. 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Grounds Tues.-Sun. 8 a.m.-8 p.m. Selfguided or cell tours. Free. www.cylburn association.org. 4915 Greenspring Ave., 410.367.2217 North of Map B1 DRUID HILL PARK On the National Register of Historic Places, the city’s first municipal park. Druid Hill Lake and Howard Peters Rawlings Conservatory, the country’s second-oldest Victorian structure of its kind, and The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore. Walking trails, athletic courts. www.druidhillpark.org. 900 Druid Park Lake Dr. North of Map A1 FEDERAL HILL PARK Public park since 1879, once an essential lookout during the Civil War and War of 1812. Harbor view and picnic spot. 300 Warren Ave., 410.396.7900 Map D7 PATTERSON PARK One of the city’s oldest parks began as a six-acre donation in 1827 and now spans 137 acres with lake, ice rink in winter, ball fields, pool and tennis courts. Victorian Pagoda, Sun. noon- 6 p.m. www.pattersonpark. com. Eastern and Patterson Park aves. Map G5/6 RAWLINGS CONSERVATORY & BOTANIC GARDENS In Druid Hill Park since 1888, complex grew from five-story glass, wood and steel Palm House to three greenhouses, two display pavilions and outdoor gardens. Orchids, flower shows. “Plants and People” program every Sunday (1:30-3:30 p.m.). Wed. 10 a.m.-7 p.m. (plus Druid Hill Farmers Market), Thurs.-Sun. 10 a.m.4 p.m. $5 suggested donation. www. rawlingsconservatory.org. 3100 Swann Dr., 410.396.0008 North of Map A1 WEST SHORE PARK Waterfront green space at the Inner Harbor for free public activities like yoga and picnics, plus holiday markets and summer socials. Interactive Walter Sondheim Fountain for kids. Near Ripley’s Believe It Or Not! and Maryland Science Center. www. baltimorewaterfront.com/west-shorepark. 401 Light St., 410.779.4700 Map C7
MO’S SEAFOOD FACTORY Seafood. From Mo Manocheh, classic seafood dishes (steamed crab sautéed in white wine, butter and garlic), plus lighter fare (salads, sandwiches) in an unfussy setting. Full bar, karaoke. Daily 10:30 a.m.-11 p.m. www.mosseafood. com. 7600 Eastern Ave., 410.288.2424 $$ East of Map H5
Mon.-Fri. 7 a.m.-3 p.m., Sat.-Sun. 24 hours. www.bluemoonbaltimore. com. 1621 Aliceanna St., 410.522.3940 $ Map E7; 1024 Light St. Map C8 DINOSAUR BBQ Barbecue. Local outpost of lauded New York-based restaurant, serving up Southern-style barbecue. Smoked brisket, ribs, pulled pork and fixins. Shrimp boil, sliders, fried green tomatoes. 20 beers on tap. Mon.-Thurs. 11:30 a.m.-11 p.m., Fri.-Sat. till midnight, Sun. till 10 p.m. www. dinosaurbarbque.com. 1401 Fleet St., 443.708.9070 $$ Map E7 KOOPER’S TAVERN Pubs & Taverns. Neighborhood bar for sliders, sandwiches, pizza, meatloaf, pastas, short ribs, build-your-own burgers, a dozen drafts. Specials: Mon. fajitas, Tues. burgers, Wed. crab cakes, Thurs. mussels and Belgian beer, Fri. oysters. Live music, trivia nights. Mon.-Fri. 11 a.m.2 a.m., Sat.-Sun. 10 a.m.-2 a.m. Brunch weekends till 3 p.m. Happy hour weekdays 4-7 p.m. www.koopers.com. 1702 Thames St., 410.563.5423 $$ Map E8 MARE NOSTRUM Mediterranean. Sleek spot for Greek classics: grilled meats and fish, dolmas, a variety of dips from hummus to yogurt with beets and garlic. Sun.-Wed. 11 a.m.-10 p.m., Thurs.-Sat. till 11 p.m. www.mare nostrumbaltimore.com. 716 S. Broadway, 410.327.6173 $$$ Map E/F7 RIPTIDE BY THE BAY Seafood. Peeland-eat shrimp, blue crabs, oysters and clams, specialty cocktails and outdoor breezeway dining. Margarita Mon., $2.50 crab Tues., build-your-own-burger Wed., $1 oyster Thurs., drink specials Fri. and weekends. Pets welcome. Live music schedule. Boat dock. Sun.-Wed. 11 a.m.-midnight, Thurs.-Sat. till 2 a.m. www.riptidebythebay.net. 1718 Thames St., 410.732.3474 $$$ Map F7 SLÁINTE IRISH PUB & RESTAURANT Irish. “Sláinte” is Gaelic for good health and prosperity. Guinness onion soup, bangers and mash, corned beef and cabbage. Specials: Mon. mussels, Tues. cheesesteaks, Wed. lobster roll, Thurs. prime rib, Fri. fish and chips and $1 oysters, Sun. corned beef and cabbage. Sports TVs, Tues. music. Trivia. Daily 7 a.m.-2 a.m. Breakfast. Happy hour Sun.-Fri. 4-7 p.m. www.slaintepub.com. 1700 Thames St., 410.563.6600 $$ Map E8
BIRROTECA Italian. In an 1883 structure, family-style trattoria whose name means “nice place for beer” but also for bruschetta, pastas, salumi and artisan pizza (duck confit, escargot, mussels). Cocktails, wine plus 24 taps and 25+ craft beers. Lively bar. Mon.-Thurs. 5-10 p.m., Fri. till 11 p.m., Sat. noon-11 p.m., Sun. noon-10 p.m. Bar till close. www.bmorebirroteca. com. 1520 Clipper Rd., 443.708.1934 $$ North of Map A1 GOLDEN WEST CAFÉ Southwestern. Popular, cell-phone-free spot for New Mexican fare: fajitas, quesadillas, skirt steak, tilapia tacos plus burgers (nine ways), veggie riblets. Late-night Long Bar. All-day breakfast. Kids menu. Mon.-Fri. 11 a.m.-10 p.m., Sat. 9 a.m.10 p.m., Sun. 9 a.m.-9 p.m. www.golden westcafe.com. 1105 W. 36th St., 410.889.8891 $-$$ North of Map B1 LE GARAGE French. Garage gone chic for updated French classics like French onion soup dumplings, beef tartare with Asian touches, burger au
AZUMI Japanese Fusion. Chic waterfront location for modern Japanese seafood and steak ( Wagyu, filet mignon). Full sushi menu with fish flown in from Tokyo, creative desserts, sakes with a master sommelier. Mon.-Wed. 11 a.m.-midnight, Thurs.-Sat. till 2 a.m., Sun. 4 p.m.-midnight. DJ four nights a week. (Kitchen closed Mon.-Sat. 24 p.m.) www.azumirestaurant.com. 725 Aliceanna St., 443.220.0477 $$$ Map D7 CHARLESTON American. James Beard finalist Cindy Wolf’s cuisine with a Southern accent (cornmeal-fried oysters, smoked salmon, lamb or buffalo tenderloin) in three to six courses ($79$114 without wine). Wine pairings by Tony Foreman. Water views from bar. Mon.-Sat. 5:30-10 p.m. www.charleston restaurant.com. 1000 Lancaster St., Sylvan Bldg., 410.332.7373 $$$$ Map E8 CHIU’S SUSHI Japanese. Quality sushi and sashimi (plus tempura and teriyaki) served by kimono-clad waitresses. Sushi counter chefs. Lunch specials. Mon.-Thurs. 11 a.m.-10 p.m., Fri. 11 a.m.11 p.m., Sat. noon-11 p.m., Sun. 310 p.m. Happy hour weekdays, 36:30 p.m. www.chiussushi.com. 608 S. Exeter St., 410.752.9666 $$ Map E7 CINGHIALE Italian. Lauded chef Cindy Wolf’s enoteca/osteria for “modern” and “honest” fare of Northern and Central Italy: à la carte or four courses ($62), rustic menu ($29). Mon.-Thurs. 5:30-10 p.m., Fri.-Sat. till 11 p.m., Sun. 5-9 p.m. www.cgeno.com. 822 Lancaster St., 410.547.8282 $$$$ Map E8
CHIAPPARELLI’S Italian. Since 1940, a beloved Little Italy destination. Rustic DUKEM Ethiopian. Colorful platters of tastes to scoop up with injera bread (no forks). Veggies, kitfo, tibs, wats. Often live music, dancers, singers plus coffee ceremony some nights. Ethiopian wine and beers. Daily 11 a.m.-10:30 p.m. www.dukemrestaurant.com. 1100 Maryland Ave., 410.385.0318 $$ Map C2 MAGDALENA American. In The Ivy Hotel, fine dining in five rooms: garden (with terrace views), treasury (with vault), wine cellar, tasting room and bar. Chef Mark Levy ( The Point, Adiron- NICKEL TAPHOUSE American. Buzzing tavern (est. 2013) known for fries, mussels, roasted oysters, burgers ($$), ribs, wild catfish. Wines, cocktails, 32 draft beers. Mon.-Thurs. 4-10 p.m., Fri. till 11 p.m., Sat. 5-11 p.m., Sun. 5-10 p.m. Weekend brunch 11:30 a.m.-3 p.m. www.nickeltaphouse.com. 1604 Kelly Ave., 443.869.6240 $$ North of Map A1
13TH FLOOR Atop the 1903 Belvedere, an elegant lounge with panoramic views, high-end cocktails and live jazz. Full dinner menu. Wed. 5-10 p.m., Thurs. till 11 p.m., Fri.-Sat. till 1:30 a.m. www.the13th-floor.com. 1 E. Chase St., Mount Vernon, 410.347.0880 Map C2 BREWERS CASK With “Love Thy Beer” as its slogan, bar with 50 bottles and 20 drafts. Full menu with emphasis on comfort appetizers. Mon.-Thurs. 4 p.m.-1 a.m., Fri.-Sat. noon-1 a.m. www.brewerscask.com. 1236 Light St., Federal Hill, 410.273.9377 Map D8 CAT’S EYE PUB Friendly Irish watering hole with 32 beers on tap (including locally brewed Resurrection Ale and Heavy Seas Loose Cannon), more in bottles and a full bar. Live music nightly. Daily noon-1:30 a.m. www. catseyepub.com. 1730 Thames St., Fells Point, 410.276.9866 Map F7 CLUB CHARLES Art deco decor and bohemian vibe. A John Waters favorite near The Charles Theatre. Mon.-Sun. 6 p.m.-2 a.m. www.clubcharles.us. 1724 N. Charles St., Station North, 410.727.8815 North of Map C1 GRAND CENTRAL A gay bar in a massive space with pool tables, a video pub and a dance floor. Wed.-Sun. 9 p.m.2 a.m. Bar Mon.-Sat. 4 p.m.-2 a.m., Sun. 3 p.m.-2 a.m. www.centralstationpub. com.1001 N. Charles St., Mount Vernon, 410.752.7133 Map C2 THE HORSE YOU CAME IN ON This historic waterfront institution (since 1775) counts Edgar Allan Poe among former patrons. Mon.-Sun. 11:30 a.m.1:30 a.m. www.thehorsebaltimore.com. 1626 Thames St., Fells Point, 410.327.8111 Map E8
GRAND CRU Laid-back wine bar also offers solid cocktails, fancy beers. Plus wine shop. Mon.-Thurs. 11 a.m.-10 p.m., Fri.-Sat. till midnight, Sun. noon- 8 p.m. www.grandcrubaltimore.com. 527 E. Belvedere Ave., Belvedere Square, 410.464.1944 North of Map C1 THE WINE MARKET Once a foundry, now a wine bar, bistro and shop with exposed duct work and brick walls. Eight hundred wines by the bottle, 25 by the glass. Courtyard patio in warmer months. www.winemarketbistro. com. 921 E. Fort Ave., Locust Point, 410.244.6166 South of Map E8
FEDERAL HILL The clay dome that rises just south of the Inner Harbor, bordered by Key Highway, Hanover and Cross streets, served as an observatory from 1795 to 1895. Home to pubs, eateries and Cross Street Market. Map D8 FELLS POINT William Fell, a Quaker shipbuilder from Lancaster, England, founded this maritime community in 1730. Today the 14-block area bustles with young residents who like its architectural history, cafes and taverns. www.fellspoint.us. Map F6/7 HAMPDEN The city’s center of kitsch and the setting for the movie “Pecker,” by off-beat film director John Waters. Pink flamingos adorn row house yards; eclectic shops line main drag “The Avenue” ( W. 36th Street). North of Map A1 HARBOR EAST Attention foodies: lots to discover in this affluent community within walking distance of Inner Harbor. Look for the Katyn Memorial landmark sculpture. www.harboreast.com. President and Aliceanna sts. Map E7 INNER HARBOR An urban revitalization success story, now the city’s popular maritime zone thanks to the National Aquarium, Maryland Science Center, historic ships, cruises and waterfront paths for strolling. Map D6/7 LITTLE ITALY Narrow, twisting streets known for bocce courts, colorful citizens and Old World food at many trattorias that range from checkered cloth to chic. www.littleitalymd.com. Map E6 MOUNT VERNON Cultural enclave with fashionable residences, unique boutiques, The Walters Art Museum, Enoch Pratt Free Library, Peabody Institute, Baltimore Basilica and the (first) Washington Monument. Map C3/4 WESTSIDE A dynamic urban district just west of downtown. Visit historic Lexington Market, Edgar Allan Poe’s grave or the B&O Railroad Museum. Theaters include Everyman and the FranceMerrick Performing Arts Center. Map B4 BALTIMORE TOURS & CRAWLS Walking tours and pub crawls in history-rich Fells Point on themes from ghosts to bootleggers. $18-$22. Check schedule online. www.toursandcrawls.com. Departs from 888 S. Broadway, Fells Point, 443.333.4774 Map F7 CHARM CITY CIRCULATOR Free! Fleet of low-emission buses running daily along four routes at 10-minute intervals. Stops include Inner Harbor, Fells Point, B&O Railroad Museum, Penn Station and Fort McHenry. www. charmcitycirculator.com. Office at 417 E. Fayette St., 410.350.0456 Map D5 EXECUCAR At more than 55 airports around the country, sedan and SUV service with flat rates, meet-and-greet and group services plus frequent flier points and miles with select airlines. www.execucar.com. 800.410.4444 MARYLAND TRANSIT ADMINISTRATION MTA Local and express buses, light rail, subway and special sports service to the Baltimore metropolitan area and the Baltimore-D.C. corridor. Open daily. Day pass $3.50 www.mtamary land.com. 410.539.5000 SUPERSHUTTLE Serving more than 40 airports nationwide with affordable, 24/7 transport. Door-to-door service, group rates, charters and frequent flier points and miles with select airlines. www.supershuttle.com. 800.258.3826 YELLOW CAB OF BALTIMORE Founded in 1909, operates 600 taxis (some hybrid) in the Baltimore area. Wheelchair access. $30 flat rate from downtown to BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport. Book by phone or online. www.yellowcab ofbaltimore.com. 410.685.1212