Baltimore Neighborhoods

List of areas to explore

1  Annapolis

2  Anne Arundel County

3  Baltimore County

4  Bolton Hill

Just above Mount Vernon is Bolton Hill. Known as the "Gin Belt" during the 1920s, this area was home to the city's...

5  Butcher's Hill

Just above Fells Point is Butcher's Hill, an area once home to dozens of butchers who sold their wares at Fells...

6  BWI

7  Canton

Just to the east lies Canton. Originally an industrial area populated by Welsh, German, Polish and Irish immigrants,...

8  Charles North

9  Charles Village

Still farther up Charles Street lies well-groomed Charles Village, home of Johns Hopkins University. Just next...

10  Delaware

11  Downtown

In 1729, about 60 years after the first colonists settled in the area, Charles and Baltimore streets were built....

12  Druid Hill

13  East Baltimore

14  Eastern Shore

15  Federal Hill

Just south of downtown is Federal Hill. One of the most popular residential areas in the city, its streets are...

16  Fells Point

Just past Little Italy is Fells Point. This was once the chief Colonial shipbuilding center, where frigates known...

17  Hampden

18  Inner Harbor

Any tour of Baltimore should start with the Inner Harbor. For years the area was at the heart of Baltimore's port...

19  Little Italy

Immediately east of downtown is Little Italy, one of the city's most cherished neighborhoods. Settled in the 1840s...

20  Locust Point

21  Mt Vernon

Walk up Charles Street about 10 blocks and you'll find Mount Vernon, one of the city's loveliest neighborhoods....

22  Mt Washington

23  Owings Mills

24  Pigtown/Washington Village

A quick trip west from the Inner Harbor will take you into Pigtown, originally an area of stockyards manned by...

25  Pimlico

26  Prince George's County

27  Roland Park

28  South Baltimore

29  West Baltimore

30  Western MD

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