FlowerMart Map with Parking Information

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FlowerMart is located at 699 N. Charles St


The light rail stops at Centre St., and FlowerMart is four short blocks to the east.

The Metro stops at State Center and FlowerMart is 8 blocks to the southeast.

Visit https://mta.maryland.gov

The Purple Line of the free Charm City Circulator will take you directly from Federal Hill and the Inner Harbor to FlowerMart. Visit www.charmcitycirculator.com

Driving Directions

From the south:

Take I-95 north to exit 53 (I-395), Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Continue on to Druid Hill Avenue and turn right. Druid Hill Avenue becomes Centre Street. Proceed on Centre Street to Cathedral Street. When you see the Walters Art Museum on your left, you’re at FlowerMart. FlowerMart occupies the entire block of Mt. Vernon Place.

From the north:

Take I-83 south to exit 4, St. Paul St. Continue on St. Paul for 6 blocks and FlowerMart will be on your right. FlowerMart occupies the entire block of Mt. Vernon Place. If you need to get to Cathedral St (which is one-way going south) in order to find a parking lot, proceed 5 blocks on St. Paul St. after your exit from I-83 and make a right onto the two-way Read St, go two blocks and make a left.


Parking: Also, there is on-street parking near the event. Several other parking lots are available nearby.  Here is a list of some of them:

15 W. Franklin St. garage between Charles and Cathedral Streets
($4 All-day parking on both days)

500 block N. Charles St., west side

    800 block N. Charles St., west side--enter on Read

    900 block N. Charles St., west side

    Eager and N. Charles St., west side

    Centre St. and Cathedral, west side

    Sun/Center Stage parking garage on Calvert with entrance on Monument St

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    The streets around the FlowerMart will be closed from 3 PM on May 3 through May 5, at midnight. 

    Please refer to the map to view the locations of the closures (Pink x's).

For additional parking information, link to Baltimore office of tourism. 

Handicapped Access: The vendors are located in the streets this year, but the sidewalks have curb cuts enabling easy wheelchair access and less cobblestoning!

Wheelchair-accessible toilets are also available.


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