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Plan Your Visit - Parking and Mass Transit



Since schedules and times of public transportation change regularly, we always recommend you check their sites for the most up-to-date information.

Parking:

There are approximately 23,000 parking spaces in the general vicinity, and an 850-car garage attached to the facility on Howard Street for the convenience of patron parking. You can find parking at:
Reserve Parking Here
  • The Arena Garage is located on Howard Street. Open 24 hours a day. To contact the garage call 410-837-2060.

    To reserve parking at the Arena garage for an event, please visit https://www.parkwhiz.com/baltimore-arena-parking/impark-baltimore/

    Please note that the reserved space will not be in a designated section of the garage. This feature is not owned or operated by the Royal Farms Arena. To contact them with any questions or concerns, please contact them directly at

    888-472-7594 . Buy Parking: Reserve your parking here
  • Days Inn Garage, located at 221 West Lombard Street, across the street from the Arena on the corner of Lombard and Howard Street. Open 24 hours a day. To contact the garage call 410-576-1000.
  • Arrow Parking, located at 210 West Baltimore Street, located behind the Nancy S. Grasmick School building. Open 24 hours a day. To contact the garage call 410-727-6811.
  • The Avalon Centerpoint, located at 310 West Baltimore Street. Open from 7 am-11 pm. To contact the garage call 410-244-5766.

To find more local, city owned, parking garages surrounding the Arena, please visit Downtown Partnership’s interactive map at www.downtownbaltmap.com.

Please note, the garages listed above are NOT owned or operated by the Royal Farms Arena.

Metro Subway:

Get off at the Charles Center metro stop which is located one block from the Arena. The subway runs between Owings Mills and Johns Hopkins Hospital.

General Hours of Operation

Monday - Friday 5 a.m. to 12 a.m. Midnight
Sat./Sun./Holidays 6 a.m. to 12 a.m. Midnight
Lexington Market East entrance closes at 8:00 p.m.
Charles Center East entrance closes at 8:00 p.m.
Since schedules change regularly, we recommend you confirm schedules using the MTA web site.

Light Rail:

There is a stop on Howard Street directly in front of the Arena. Stop off at the Convention Center stop or Univ. Center/Baltimore Street both located within one block of the Arena. The light rail runs between Hunt Valley and Glen Burnie. Seven of light rail's 32 stops are in Downtown, Baltimore.

General Hours of Operation (Some stops may have trains that start earlier or run later than times listed below)

Monday - Friday 5:00 a.m. - 11:00 p.m.
Saturday 6:00 a.m. - 11:00 p.m.
Sunday and Holidays 11:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.

Since schedules change regularly, we recommend you confirm schedules using the MTA web site.

MARC Train:

Penn Line: The Penn Line of the MARC Train Service operates primarily between Baltimore’s Penn Station, through BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport Train Station, and Union Station in Washington, D. C. Stops include Baltimore City, Odenton, and Bowie State University. In addition, there are 4 stops north of Penn Station [Martins Airport, Edgewood, Aberdeen, and Perryville] located in Harford County, Maryland.

Camden Line: The Camden Line operates out of Camden Yards in Downtown Baltimore City and travels to Union Station in Washington D.C. Stops include Dorsey, Laurel, and College Park, Maryland.

NEW! Getting to D.C. and Back: Nine MARC Trains will run on Saturdays and six on Sundays, with the first train from Baltimore's Penn Station at 7:35am and the last one at 9:15pm Saturday. Service runs from 9:15am - 5:30pm on Sunday. In Washington, the first train will leave at 9:02 am and the last one will leave at 10:35pm Saturday; First and last trains Sunday will run at 10:40am and 7pm. Monthly and weekly passes can be used for weekend trips.

Since schedules change, we recommend you confirm schedules and times using this link: MARC Train Information

Bus Stop Information:

Charm City Circulator:

The Charm City Circulator (CCC), a fleet of 21 free shuttles that travel three routes in Baltimore City.  The CCC consists of three separate routes—the Green Route which runs from City Hall to Fells Point to Johns Hopkins, the Purple Route which runs from Penn Station to Federal Hill,  and the Orange Route which runs from Hollins Market to Harbor East.

Monday-Thursday: 6:30am-9:00pm- Service is about every 10 minutes

http://www.charmcitycirculator.com/

Taxi Cab and Limo Services:

For a complete listing of taxi cabs originating in Baltimore City, visit: http://baltimore.about.com/od/transportation/a/BaltimoreTaxiCabs.htm

 

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Ride Share Information:

Looking for a ride to an event at the Arena? Find a carpool! Visit Commuter Connections to register or call 410-396-POOL for more information.