Baltimore’s main transportation hub, Pennsylvania Station (also called Penn Station) dates back to 1911 and welcomes a variety of Amtrak and MARC train services and light rail services. Along with connecting travellers to cities across the eastern shore of the United States, Penn Station showcases rich Maryland history with its architecture and sculptures.
Pennsylvania Station offers seamless entry into Baltimore and is surrounded by numerous enticing restaurants, including The Diner by Secret Sauce Co., The GruB Factory and The Brewer's Art. You’ll also find a range of shops around the station, including Opulence Boutique, OK Natural Food Store and Red Emma’s Bookstore Coffeehouse.
Why not combine Penn Station with some of Baltimore’s enthralling attractions? You’ll find the Patricia & Arthur Modell Performing Arts Center at The Lyric a short walk away, along with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, Howard Street tunnel and Metro Gallery.
Getting around Baltimore
Penn Station is in the centre of Baltimore and is serviced by the city’s Light RailLink service. It’s also a short walk from numerous bus stops within the city’s downtown neighbourhoods and is 25 minutes’ drive from Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport.