A Historic Waterfront District
One of the most popular places in Baltimore, Fell's Point is a historic district that was founded in 1730 as a deep-water harbor and center for shipbuilding. Now home to a myriad of shops and restaurants, and the most taverns and pubs per square foot in the city, Fell's Point has retained many trappings of its maritime past, such as its charming cobblestone streets and red brick buildings.
A Quieter Area in Fell's Point
Built in 1893,The Inn at Henderson's Wharf is one of Fell's Point's many historic structures. The Inn is tucked away in a quieter section of Fell's Point, so it offers a peaceful respite from the hubbub of the area, while still being within a short walk of everything Fell's Point has to offer. Situated right on the waterfront overlooking Baltimore Harbor, The Inn is surrounded by a boardwalk promenade and brick sidewalks leading you to all the antique shops, clothing boutiques, restaurants, historic walking tours and taverns of this walkable district.
We're also close to John's Hopkins Hospital and offer our Harbor Magic shuttle service to it, as well as throughout Fell's Point and Inner Harbor, so whether you prefer to walk or ride, getting around is easy when you stay at The Inn at Henderson's Wharf.
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