The 1840s Carrollton Inn has a private lot adjacent to our building and is available on a first-come, first-served basis for our guests. The gated lot is located on Albemarle Street on the right side, just before you reach the front door of the hotel. Please feel free to pull up to the 10 minute loading zone at the front door where our staff will be happy to help you unload your luggage and advise you where you to park.
You may find additional parking a block away at the PMI Old Bay Garage located at 815 E Pratt St, Baltimore, MD 21202 where discounted parking is available for $10 per 24 hours.
Be sure to pay attention to parking signage as 1840s Carrollton Inn is not to be held liable for any parking tickets issued during the duration of your stay.
Breakfast is Served!
Guests at the 1840s Carrollton Inn may enjoy a delicious gourmet breakfast made-to-order and included in your stay. Order your full American-style breakfast to be served to you between 7:00 a.m. – 9:30 a.m. Enjoy your breakfast while siting at a cozy table for two in the historic first-floor dining room, or enjoy breakfast under cafe lighting in the Carrollton Inn courtyard (weather permitting). Choose from a variety of breakfast menu offerings to include thick slices of Italian bread French toast, buttermilk pancakes with blueberries, bananas, or chocolate chips, and the house omelet with Shitake mushrooms, onions, cheese, and tomatoes. We use fresh local ingredients in our breakfast dishes and organic herbs from Koinonia Farm located at our Baltimore County property, Gramercy Mansion.
Vegan, vegetarian, kosher, gluten-free and children’s menus are available upon request. We will do our best to accommodate guests with dietary restrictions or allergies – please notify us of any dietary restrictions upon reservation or at check in.
Welcome to Charm City! Take advantage of Baltimore’s well connected transportation system either via train, bus, or bike share. The many attractions of the Inner Harbor are within walking distance of each other. When venturing between neighborhoods around the harbor, try the Baltimore Water Taxi, or take advantage of Baltimore’s excellent transportation and grab a day pass for the metro.
Popular among tourists and local hons the Charm City Circulator, which provides free daily bus service to Baltimore’s most popular areas. Not sure of the best route? Click here or ask one of our Innkeepers!
Dining Out/Ordering In
Baltimore is truly a culinary destination, offering a diverse variety of cuisine. Whether strolling just a block south to Little Italy for an Italian feast, or craving a taste of Maryland’s famous steamed blue crabs, your choices are limitless.
Some of our favorite neighborhood restaurants partner with us for a three course dinner including wine and dessert, served from a fixed menu. Click here for details.
Fresh locally-grown produce can be found at many farmers markets in and around Baltimore, including the city’s largest market under the JFX Viaduct at Saratoga Street between Holliday and Gay Streets, open 7 a.m. – noon, April through December.
Visit the markets on Charles Street, in Druid Hill Park, in Fells Point and at Cylburn.
Click here for a complete list of area farmers markets.
Museums and Attractions
Baltimore is brimming with museums and attractions that are fun for visitors of all ages. Enjoy the historic Baltimore Heritage Tour by foot or on a bike. If you are interested in attending one of the many different types of conferences and conventions, check out upcoming events at the Baltimore Convention Center. Already checked in? Take a look at the Welcome Guide in your room, or visit one of the spots below that are within walking distance or just a short ride away.
- Reginald F. Lewis Museum
- Port Discovery Children’s Museum
- Power Plant Live!
- Jewish Museum of Maryland
- The Star Spangled Banner Flag House
- The National Aquarium in Baltimore
- The Maryland Science Center
- The Maryland Zoo
- The Baltimore Museum of Art
- American Visionary Art Museum
- The Walters Art Museum
- The Edgar Allen Poe House and Museum
For more information on more museums and attractions in Baltimore, visit this list on TripAdvisor.