6:30 AM to 6 PM
It’s easy to drive to Lexington Market, with plenty of parking once you arrive. It’s easy to drive to Lexington Market, with plenty of parking once you arrive. We’re just a few minutes’ drive from just about everywhere in Baltimore. We’re simple to find off the highway, if you’re coming from outside the city.
We’ve got 120 spaces at the adjacent South Parking Lot. The entrance is on Eutaw Street.
Up to 2hrs of parking costs $4.
There are many Pay-to-Park spaces on streets in front of and adjacent to Lexington Market.
We’ve got 1,140 parking spaces at our Parking Garage. The entrance is on the left when traveling north on Paca St. and on the left when heading south on Greene St. between W. Lexington and Saratoga St.
Up to 1 hour of parking costs $4.
Monday–Saturday: 24 Hours a Day
Garage Phone: 410-539-3666
Lexington Market is in the heart of Baltimore, just a short walk from many workplaces, shopping, museums, and culture destinations:
Baltimore Arena – 5 blocks
Bromo Seltzer Tower – 5 blocks
Camden Yards – 6 blocks
Circuit Court – 7 blocks
City Hall – 8 blocks
Convention Center – 7 blocks or 14 min. Light Rail ride
Downtown – 3 blocks
Edgar Allen Poe’s Gravesite & Memorial – 2 blocks
Enoch Pratt Library – 7 blocks
Everyman Theatre – 1.5 blocks
Hippodrome Theatre – 1.5 blocks
Inner Harbor / National Aquarium – 11 min walk and Metro ride
Mercy Hospital – 7 blocks MICA – 14 min. by Light Rail
Peabody Institute – 10 blocks
University of Maryland – 3 blocks
University of Baltimore – 18 min. by Light Rail
VA Hospital – 4 blocks
Walters Art Museum – 10 blocks
Washington Monument – 9 blocks Camden Yards – 6 blocks
Lexington Market is located just off of two Baltimore Bike Routes, on Preston and Biddle Street. The market has some of bike racks on site. We proudly support Bikemore, and hold city-wide Bike Party events several times a year!
The MTA local bus lines travel all around Lexington Market. There are 16 bus stops within a 4 block radius.
- MTA Local Bus Lines: MTA Buses have two stops within a block of Lexington Market, one on Lexington Street (directly across from the Market entrance) and the other on Saratoga street (just a block away).
- Charm City Circulator: There are several bus stops within convenient walking distance of Lexington Market, including locations at Paca Street & Saratoga, Paca Street & Fayette Street, and Fayette Street & Howard. The Circulator can get you to and from Lexington Market from many places around the city. And it’s free!
You can learn more about public transportation options at www.mtamaryland.com
The Baltimore Light Rail stops at Lexington Market at North Howard Street & West Lexington Street.
The Lexington Market Metro Subway station is located directly across the street from the market’s main entrance. The Metro Subway has 14 stops, from Owings Mills to Johns Hopkins. It runs from 5 AM to 12 AM on weekdays, and 6 AM to 12 AM on weekends.