Parking & Transportation
Library of Congress photos
Images of America photos
History at Risk
Fell's Point Out of Time Documentary
Bob Eney on Fell's Point Architecture
Fell's Point Events
Tuesday, 29 July 2014
These links include local media who cover Fell's Point and the Vistor Center.
We used to have local business listings on this web page, but it was difficult to keep this feature current. If you click on this Google Maps link and zoom as needed, you'll find most of the local business listed, along with their exact locations, contact information, neighbors, etc.
The Baltimore Guide is the source of news and information for the residents of Baltimore.
Baltimore Office of Promotion & the Arts
BOPA coordinates Baltimore's major events including New Year's Eve and July 4th celebrations at the Inner Harbor, which routinely attract hundreds of thousands of spectators; Artscape, which serves more than 500, 000 people each year; Baltimore Book Festival, Baltimore Farmers' Market, and the Thanksgiving and Preakness parades. Their site includes a city-wide events calendar.
Bmore Media's Fells Point page
Includes news about the neighborhood.
Fell's Point Art Loop
Take a walk along the Fell's Point ArtLoop and enjoy art shows, openings, events and great food.
Fell's Point Main Street
FPMS has been created to proactively generate the revitalization of Fell's Point’s commercial and historic districts. Our mission to promote, strengthen and revitalize the commercial district for businesses and residents alike.
Fell's Point Residents Association
The FPRA represents the local residents and keeps them up to date on issues specific to Fell's Point.
Live Baltimore Fell's Point Neighborhood Profile
Live Baltimore is the most comprehensive organization focused on Baltimore City Living. This is Live Baltimore's page about Fell's Point.
Preservation Society & Fell's Point Visitor Center
The Preservation Society works to preserve and renew Fell's Point and Federal Hill as areas of historical and architectural significance for the benefit of local residents and businesses and the education and enjoyment of visitors and the public.