Mount Vernon

Mount Vernon is considered Baltimore’s cultural heart. This historic neighborhood is home to museums, galleries, theaters, restaurants, and more. Some of the top attractions include the Walters Art Museum, the Peabody Institute, the Washington Monument, and the First Unitarian Church. After admiring the 19th century architecture, stop for a bite at a cozy cafe or upscale bistro. Mount Vernon boasts an array of dining options from classy to quirky. Peruse the boutiques and art galleries during your visit too. With so much to see and do, you’ll be glad you don’t have to worry about driving and parking in Mount Vernon when you rent a party bus.

Fell’s Point

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Fell’s Point transports visitors back to 18th century Baltimore. Cobblestone streets and colonial buildings set the scene for this charming waterfront neighborhood. Fell’s Point was once the center of Baltimore’s shipbuilding industry. Today, it’s known for its eclectic shops, pubs, and restaurants. Don’t miss Broadway Market, a covered bazaar dating back to the 1780s. After browsing the market’s food and craft vendors, head to Max’s Taphouse. With over 100 beers on tap, it’s a beer lover’s paradise. cap off your visit with fresh seafood by the water and take in the views of Baltimore’s Inner Harbor.


Situated along Baltimore’s waterfront, Canton combines old world charm with modern attractions. Historic rowhomes and warehouses neighbor new condos, shops, restaurants and bars. On weekends, families flock to Canton Waterfront Park. There’s plenty of green space, a promenade, playground, and skate park right on Boston Street. Another popular draw is the Canton Farmers’ Market. Every Sunday from April to December, dozens of local farmers and food producers sell fresh produce, baked goods, artisanal cheeses and more. After stocking up on farm-fresh fare, check out some of Canton’s top eateries like Clavel Mezcaleria, Selva Restaurant, and The Choptank.

Federal Hill

Federal Hill sits across the Inner Harbor from downtown Baltimore. This lively neighborhood features Federal-style architecture and panoramic views of the city. On a clear day, you can even spot the Francis Scott Key monument in the distance. Cross Street Market has been a Federal Hill staple since the 1800s. Today, it houses an array of eateries ranging from sushi to pit beef. Work up an appetite climbing the steep slope of Federal Hill Park, then reward yourself with a cold craft beer at Diamondback Brewing Company. No matter how you choose to spend your time, a party bus makes exploring Federal Hill easy and fun.


Known for its quirky personality, Hampden is one of Baltimore’s most eclectic communities. Tempt your taste buds with handmade popsicles from The Charmery or artisanal olive oils from The Olive Room. Browse vintage fashions and funky home decor at local boutiques. Don’t miss Cafe Hon, famous for its kitschy decor and big Southern-style breakfasts. Catch a show at the historic Senator Theatre or take in the latest exhibits at museums like The Center for Aquatic Life and Conservation. Hampden has no shortage of unique activities for you to experience from the comfort of a party bus.

Little Italy

Baltimore’s Little Italy neighborhood pays homage to the Italian immigrants who first settled there in the late 1800s. Meander down Albemarle Street browsing the many restaurants, bakeries, and specialty shops. Stop for biscotti and espresso at Vaccaro’s Italian Pastry Shop. Their almond-filled biscotti is a local favorite. Dine on freshly made pasta and seafood dishes at classic red-sauce joints like Aldo’s Ristorante Italiano or Sabatino’s. Don’t forget to grab creamy gelato for dessert! With authentic Italian cuisine, Charm City’s Little Italy offers a taste of the Mediterranean without leaving the US.

Locust Point

Tucked away in South Baltimore, Locust Point charms visitors with rowhomes, mom-and-pop shops, and waterfront access. Stroll through Latrobe Park, home to Locust Point’s 9/11 Memorial honoring the 70 neighbors who were killed in the attack. Grab breakfast at L.P. Steamers, a neighborhood staple known for their delicious crab cakes. At Fort McHenry National Monument, learn about the fort’s role in the Battle of Baltimore and the War of 1812 when Francis Scott Key penned the lyrics to “The Star-Spangled Banner.” Locust Point offers a cozy retreat from downtown along with powerful history lessons.

Station North Arts District

Baltimore’s Station North Arts District brings together artists and art lovers in the neighborhoods of Charles North and Greenmount West. Galleries, theaters, and studios fill the converted industrial buildings and warehouses throughout the district. Every first Friday of the month, Station North holds an art walk highlighting new exhibits. In addition to original artwork, the district has eclectic shopping and indie eateries. Grab a bite at Sofi’s Crepes or Amazing Spiral before catching a show at the Single Carrot Theater. Station North buzzes with creativity and culture around every corner.

Harbor East

Situated along Baltimore’s Inner Harbor just east of Little Italy lies the upscale neighborhood of Harbor East. Luxury hotels, high-end boutiques, art galleries, and gourmet restaurants fill the modern brick and glass buildings throughout Harbor East. It’s the perfect spot for a little fine dining andwindow shopping without breaking the bank. Start your visit at the Baltimore Farmers’ Market under the Jones Falls Expressway overpass. Local farmers and food artisans sell fresh produce, baked goods, flowers, and more every Sunday from April through December. Work up an appetite browsing the stalls before indulging in brick oven pizza at La Cuchara or modern Italian cuisine at Ouzo Bay. Don’t miss the chance to marvel at historic ships like the USS Constellation and USCGC Taney docked right in the Inner Harbor. Wrap up your time in Harbor East with homemade gelato from Little Baby’s Ice Cream or cocktails and breathtaking harbor views from The 13th Floor rooftop bar. With so many upscale attractions, Harbor East is sure to impress every member of your group.

Book a Bus With Us

At Baltimore Party Bus Company, we make it easy to experience Baltimore’s top neighborhoods in comfort and style. Our luxury fleet of party buses features plush leather seating, hardwood floors, disco lights, premium sound systems, restrooms, TVs and more. Plus, we provide complimentary water, soda and ice to keep the party going. No need to worry about traffic or parking when you book a party bus with us. Let our professional team navigates Baltimore’s streets while you sit back, relax and soak in all the sights. Give us a call at (571) 444-5978 to reserve your party bus and start exploring Baltimore today!