Baltimore Parking Guide

Whether you’re a Baltimore local, or visiting for the day you should know that parking in the city can be a hassle.  Charm city is filled with a variety of garages and parking lots; the trouble is locating the nearest spot, with availability, for the best price. Imagine if you could do all that on your smartphone in a matter of seconds! Check out Parking Panda!

Here are some tips to help you navigate parking in Baltimore:

Inner Harbor:

The Inner Harbor is the epicenter of Baltimore city. The beautiful waterfront marketplace is home to a number of restaurants, shops, exhibits, and activities. Take a tour of the National Aquarium , hop aboard a cruise around the harbor, or shop stores located in Harbor place. You can catch live music at Pier Six Pavilion , or Power Plant Live!  With so much to do, and so many attractions make sure to reserve your parking ahead of time.

Bird land: Ravens and Orioles!

Charm City is filled with spirit and pride every game day! Weather it’s a warm summer night, or a cold winter Sunday, the streets will be bustling with orange and purple. Getting to the Stadium can be hard enough, and finding parking can even seem impossible. Reserve guaranteed Parking ahead of time for M&T Bank Stadium, and Oriole Park at Camden Yards and know where you’re going before get in the car!       

American Visionary Art Museum:

The American Visionary Art Museum located in Federal Hill, is known as America’s National museum for self-taught art. Filled with original and unique pieces, you can find something interesting on every floor. The Museum changes exhibitions every few months, currently featuring pieces from “Human, Soul, and Machine: The Coming Singularity”. Parking can be a pain, reserve it here and save time, money, and stress.

Maryland Science Center:

The Maryland Science Center was ranked in USA Today’s Top 10 Best Attractions and Activities in Baltimore! A great place to take the family and learn something new! The MSC features 8 exhibits including Dinosaur Mysteries, Newton’s Alley, Your Body, Our Place in Space, Follow the Blue Crab, The Kids Room, A Demonstration Stage, and The Links: SpaceLink, BodyLink, TerraLink. Spend your time perusing the museum not for parking; reserve your spot here!

Port Discovery:

Keep the kids entertained by heading over to Port Discovery! The Port Discovery Children’s Museum features exhibits created by Walt Disney Imagineering (the creators of Walt Disney World theme parks!) designed for children ages 2-10.  The museum holds 9 permanent exhibits with new visiting exhibits showcased throughout the year. Parking is bound to be an issue, be sure to reserve ahead of time and guarantee your spot!

Concert Halls and Theaters: Baltimore is full of venues for the performing arts. Coming in all all shapes and sizes, these exciting locations offer performances including live music, plays, operas, and other acts.

The Lyric Opera House:

The Lyric Opera House has a long history in Baltimore as a venue for a variety of events. Performances are still held in this historic location including concerts, operas, and plays. You can find a schedule of these events here and parking here.

Baltimore arena:

The Baltimore Arena is the areas largest indoor sports and entertainment facility. The arena hosts events such as Monster Jam, Disney on Ice, WWE, and various concerts. Holding 11,000 permanent seats, the Baltimore Arena draws large numbers of attendants and can create a rat race for parking. Avoid all the stress of finding a spot and reserve parking ahead of time!

Power Plant Live!

Power Plant Live! is a one-stop shop for nightlife! This multi-use venue, located near the Inner Harbor, is a collection of bars, nightclubs, and other businesses. You can check out upcoming events here. Remember to reserve Parking to save time and money!

The Hippodrome:

The Hippodrome Theatre is an iconic historic performing arts venue located on Eutaw street. The Hippodrome attracts “the best of touring Broadway and music to Baltimore!”. Seating over 2,200 people, the Hippodrome draws big crowds for every event. Parking on Eutaw Street can be tricky, reserve your parking ahead of time and save yourself some time, money, and stress.

Monthly parking

If you’re a local Baltimorean or a commuter into the city for work, I am sure you have experienced the difficulties and expenses associated with parking. Wouldn’t it be nice to have a personal assistant who took care of your parking for you, months at a time? Parking Panda is now offering monthly parking reservations! The process is quick and painless, just follow these three steps and we will take care of the rest (including rebooking for you each month!).

1. Go to parkingpanda.com

2. Search for the address where you need parking

3. Click the blue banner “Looking for monthly parking?

3. Make a reservation

Within 24-72 hours we will contact you letting you know your new monthly parking pass is available for pickup at your location. This card will allow seamless entry and exit from your location.

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