The easiest and most convenient way to go around the Baltimore Harbor and its many attractions, going from Point A to Point B and beyond, is by the Baltimore Water Taxi. Park once and go where you want.
The Water Taxi has been around for more than four decades, providing a great form of transportation while seeing Charm City from a different perspective than from inside a car or bus.
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Four routes, Yellow, Green, Blue, and Red take you to the top sightseeing destinations in the city.
The Yellow route travels in a clockwise direction, the taxi stops at the Inner Harbor, Federal Hill, Locust Point, and Fells Point with stops at Harbor Place, the National Aquarium in Baltimore, Harbor East, Fell’s Point, Locust Point, Anthem House, Federal Hill, and the Maryland Science Center. Service begins at 11 am daily and ends at 6 pm. A full loop on the Yellow route takes approximately one hour.
The Green route travels in a counterclockwise direction with stops at Harbor Place, the Maryland Science Center, Federal Hill, Anthem House, Locust Point, Fells Point, Harbor Point, Harbor East, and the National Aquarium in Baltimore. Service begins at 11 am daily and ends at 6 pm. A full loop on the green route takes approximately one hour.
The Red route is the weekend shortcut between Fells Point and Harbor Place. Service runs about every 20 minutes on Saturday and Sunday, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
The Blue route takes you between Canton and Fort McHenry or Locust Point to Fells Point. The taxis travel clockwise, with stops at Fells Point, Locust Point, Canton Waterfront Park, and Captain James landings. Service runs between 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. daily. Service to Ft. McHenry is seasonal, between April 1 and September 30.
If you’re a resident and a frequent visitor who could travel the Water Taxi system a lot, consider a seasonal membership. It provides unlimited rides (with up to three children) from spring through fall and limited service in the winter.