Streets paved with Belgian blocks guide savvy shoppers to astonishing finds in Fells Point stores. Fine waterfront restaurants mingle among the beautiful Fells Point homes for sale, their radiant facades calling in every color of the rainbow. This, one of Baltimore's oldest neighborhoods, is rich in history and alive with all the dazzle of modern living. With so much to do in Fells Point, let's get started. You'll need good walking shoes, a zest for unique experiences, and self-restraint (if you're a shopaholic).
More than 161 historic buildings dot the Fells Point neighborhood, a corner of Baltimore founded in 1763. The first African American-owned shipyard has been transformed into the Frederick Douglass-Isaac Myers Maritime Park Museum, open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., with Saturday and Sunday hours from noon to 4 p.m.
Just walking around the waterfront, visitors are steeped in history and legacy. Nighttime is also a great way to capture the glisten and glitter of the water, the lights, and the warm, faded brick of so many industrial buildings.
A great way to take in the history is a Fells Point Wicked History pub tour. This two- to 2.5-hour walking tour takes in scandals, speakeasies, and celebrities like Edgar Allen Poe (and plenty of pints).
Our real estate agents are among the many enthusiastic patrons of the fine eating establishments in Fells Point, so be sure to ask one of them for a recommendation. You will definitely enjoy these restaurants:
You may be shopping for real estate in Fells Point, or you may be on the lookout for an attractive antique. Fells Point is crowded with craft and antique shops, boutiques, and shrines to the spirit of small business like aMuse Toys at 1623 Thames Street.
To equip your new Fells Point home, try Su Casa, at 901 S. Bond Street. Here you will find one-off furniture in steel, wood, and glass; great wall hangings; rugs of all types; and great gifts.
Zelda Zen at 1634 Thames Street is a gift shop with a flair for color, cleverness, and creativity. Find great gifts for friends, business acquaintances, or yourself, including Baltimore-themed prints and artwork.
Quirky, unique, tempting; the clothes at Katwalk Boutique call to your fun, frilly and silly side. The boutique is at 1709 Aliceanna Street and welcomes anyone with a wild side.
Whatever you want in Fells Point real estate, whether buying or selling, we're here to help. Contact us at BHHS Homesale Realty. And if you want to invite us to split a donut from Diablo's, we won't say no.