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Garage Parking

Park in our West Market Garage for easy access to Lexington Market. Entrances are available off of Paca St. and Greene St.


24 Hours a Day, every day.

Up to 1 hour of parking costs $5.

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Market hours
6 days a week

Monday - Saturday: 6 am to 5 pm*

* Individual merchant hours may differ. Check merchant pages for more details.

Address

112 N. Eutaw Street, Baltimore, MD 21201
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Getting Here

Lexington Market is in the middle of it all. Folks come from near and far, by car, bus, rail, foot, and bike, to visit our incredible merchants. Decide how you’ll make your way to us!

DRIVING & PARKING

DRIVING & PARKING

Garage Parking

Park in our West Market Garage for easy access to Lexington Market. Entrances are available off of Paca St. and Greene St.

24 Hours a Day, every day.
Up to 1 hour of parking costs $5.

Market assumes no liability for vehicles remaining in the garage after Market business hours or when parking operations are closed.

Street Parking

There are many Pay-to-Park spaces on streets around Lexington Market.

PUBLIC TRANSIT & BIKING

PUBLIC TRANSIT & BIKING

Bus

The MTA local bus lines and Charm City Circulator travel all around Lexington Market. There are numerous bus stops within a 5 block radius. Learn more and plan your trip at mta.maryland.gov.

Light Rail

The Baltimore Light Rail stops at Lexington Market at North Howard Street & West Lexington Street.

Subway

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.

Biking

Lexington Market is located three blocks from the Maryland Avenue/Liberty Street cycle track, five blocks from the Centre Street cycle track, and on the Paca Street bike lane.

Neighborhood

Located in the historic Market Center neighborhood in the center of Baltimore City, there’s so much to explore when you visit Lexington Market.

Tours

We would love to show you around Lexington Market — whether it’s on one of our in-person tours or via our self-guided resources for kids and adults. We offer two in-person tour options: a general Lexington Market and Plaza tour and a Lexington Market History Tour, delivered in partnership with Baltimore Heritage.


Contact us to schedule your tour: info@baltimoremarkets.org

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