|Welcome to Baltimore. Begin your cruise vacation in Baltimore, a colorful city with everything from
quiet cobblestone streets to a lively downtown. With a neighborhood feel and big-city attractions and activities, it's hard to go wrong in this wonderful port.
Visit world-class art museums, the country's oldest cathedral, and the incredible National Aquarium. Or just settle in for a meal at one of the city's famous
crab shacks, open year-round. Baltimore's coastal location makes it a perfect departure port for tropical escapes or scenic voyages to the north. Cruise from
Baltimore to Bermuda, the Caribbean, or Canada and New England. Whether you're looking for fun and sun or frosty, postcard-quality coastlines, Baltimore is a
great place to begin your journey.
Looking for a no-hassle, no-headache way to take that cruise you've been dreaming of? Forget about connecting flights, complicated planning, and cross-country hikes just to get on your ship. Your answer could be just a short drive or flight away.
With sailings from any one of 21 conveniently located U.S. ports, saving yourself time, money, and stress has never been easier. Plus, all your meals, accommodations, and most activities are paid for in one low upfront price. So get the most out of your travel dollar, and cruise from close-to-home!
|Baltimore, MD is a bustling and vibrant city, located on the Patapsco River. Just 35 miles from Washington, DC, at the northwest tip of the Chesapeake Bay, this city has become a popular departure port for many cruise lines. Also known as Charm City, Baltimore offers visitors a wide array of activities to satisfy any interest. Founded in 1729, and one of the original 13 colonies, Baltimore is rich in history and culture. History buffs will enjoy a visit to Fort McHenry, the B&O Railroad museum, or Babe Ruth's birthplace. Baltimore is also home to Oriole Park at Camden Yards, John Hopkins University, and the annual Preakness Derby in May. If you're traveling with kids, the Maryland Zoo, the National Aquarium, and the Maryland Science Center are all worth the visit. The Inner Harbor is where you'll find shopping, businesses, restaurants, hotels, and galleries at every turn. Hop on a water taxi and enjoy beautiful skyline views of this waterfront city, and don't forget to treat yourself to some savory crab while in Baltimore – it's what the city is known for!|
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South Locust Point Cruise Terminal
2001 East McComas Street
Baltimore, MD 21230
Parking is available at a secure lot next to the Cruise Maryland Terminal; no reservations are required. The long-term parking lot, which includes handicap spaces, is within walking distance of the Passenger Building. Departing cruise guests can pay for a parking spot with cash, travelers check, Visa, MasterCard, or American Express.
The cruise terminal is most easily accessible by private car or taxi. Getting around the downtown area is a breeze – taxis are always available, and the Baltimore Water Taxi is a fun way to get from place to place. Making stops at the National Aquarium, the Maryland Science Center, Fort McHenry, and more, the terminal is an attraction in and of itself.