WATERFRONT PARKS

WEST SHORE PARK

Get your splash on! West Shore Park, located between the Baltimore Visitor Center and the Maryland Science Center, features a “great lawn” that provides fun, family-friendly opportunities at the harbor. This is where you’ll find the Walter Sondheim Fountain (the big splash pad), adding another element of delight for kids. The Fountain is on Monday-Friday from 10am to 10pm, and Saturday-Sunday from 11am to 10pm.

401 Light St.
BY THE BALTIMORE VISITOR CENTER

WALTER SONDHEIM FOUNTAIN

The Walter Sondheim Fountain (the big splash pad adds another element of delight for kids on our waterfront. Located adjacent to West Shore Park the Fountain is on from May – September on Monday-Friday from 10am to 10pm, and Saturday-Sunday from 11am to 10pm.

401 Light St.
BY THE BALTIMORE VISITOR CENTER

PIERCE’S PARK

A PARK FOR THE IMAGINATION

Pierce’s Park, a favorite meeting place for local families (it’s free!), has proven to be a unique attraction on the Waterfront. This memory-making place features original sculptures, a musical fence, a living willow tunnel, native plants, and the famous horn sculpture. Pierce’s Park is located adjacent to the Columbus Center on the Waterfront’s Pier 5.

701 E Pratt St.
BEHIND THE COLUMBUS CENTER

RASH FIELD PARK

Spike it! Rash Field, located on the south shore of the Inner Harbor, is where you’ll discover seven beach volleyball courts that mix public and private play. Rash Field also features a large grass area and bleacher seating, offering one of the best views of downtown. Rash Field is currently being redesigned into an active and attractive park space that will serve a​ diverse user base through added amenities and increased programming.

201 KEY HWY
NEXT TO THE MARYLAND SCIENCE CENTER

HARBOR POINT CENTRAL PLAZA

Located at the heart of Harbor Point, the Central Plaza is a primary hub of activity for the bustling neighborhood that continues to grow around it.

Approximately 1.5 acres total, the Central Plaza sits adjacent to the Exelon Building and serves as an activated event space and open air park for employees, residents, and all of Baltimore to enjoy. The Central Plaza offers spectacular waterfront views of the Inner Harbor.

1310 POINT ST.

HARBOR AMPHITHEATER

Serving as the main entranceway to the Inner Harbor, the Amphitheater is both a gateway from Pratt and Light Streets to the Inner Harbor’s attractions and Promenade as well as a destination for year round programming. The top of the Amphitheater hosts the Inner Harbor Ice Rink on an annual basis from mid-November through mid-January while the bowl of the Amphitheater provides a stage and seating for the Inner Harbor’s popular Street Performer program.3

201 E Pratt St.
BETWEEN THE HARBORPLACE PAVILIONS

MCKELDIN SQUARE

Serving as the gateway from downtown to the Inner Harbor, McKeldin Square features an expansive grass lawn with elevated seating and a large brick plaza. McKeldin Square hosts many events throughout the year including Harbor Market, a pop-up lunchtime food truck market featuring a rotating selection of Baltimore’s best food vendors, every Wednesday and Friday, Spring – Fall.

AT THE CORNER OF PRATT AND LIGHT ST.
ACROSS FROM HARBORPLACE

KEEP OUR PARKS BEAUTIFUL

The waterfront is everyone’s backyard.
It’s where Baltimore greets the world.
We need your help to keep it beautiful today and for generations to come.