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Motorcoach Parking

If you’re a motorcoach driver looking for a place to safely pick up and drop off your customers and park your vehicle, you’ve come to the right place. We have a number of options for you listed below, but if you have any questions or you need parking options for events or multiple vehicles, please contact Eric Masterton, Director of Tourism, at 410-659-7090 or emasterton@baltimore.org.

Drop Off/Pick Up Area #1: 401 Light Street (Baltimore Visitor Center)

This is an off-street location designated for motorcoaches dropping off customers for boat tours, the HarborPlace Pavilions, Inner Harbor attractions and restaurants. Long term parking is not advised here, but as long as the driver is with the vehicle, waiting for short periods for customers is usually permissible. Due to the pandemic and limitations on indoor attendance, the Baltimore Visitor Center is closed until further notice. Learn more about Baltimore Visitor Center operations here.

Drop Off/Pick Up Area #2: 501 East Pratt Street (National Aquarium)

This is an off-street location designated for the National Aquarium and the HarborPlace Pavilions and restaurants. Long term parking is not permitted here.

Downtown Daily and Overnight Parking at 401 South Charles Street

This lot at 401 South Charles Street is adjacent to the Inner Harbor, perfect for small to large vehicles and available for daily parking as well as overnight parking. Its location allows drivers to accompany groups exploring the Inner Harbor or taking a harbor cruise.

Overnight groups wishing to use this facility for their motorcoaches are eligible for a 25% discount (see contact information below). For the non-discounted price, tour operators can reserve parking here. Directions from the Visitor Center to 401 South Charles are available here.

Surface and On-Street Parking

Baltimore City also has dedicated surface and on-street parking for motorcoaches. While these are not located in the Inner Harbor, they are less expensive and are spread throughout the greater downtown area at Ravens Stadium, 500 Guilford Avenue (uptown) and 1400 Eastern Avenue (Harbor East). Access these parking options here.

Questions? Need parking options for events or multiple vehicles? Please contact Eric Masterton, Director of Tourism, at 410-659-7090 or emasterton@baltimore.org.