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 Bus Trip To Blocktberfest from the Clarendon Grill If you would like to take a bus instead of driving, here are the know bus trips:

Directions:

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From North (York, Harrisburg, Central PA and N. Central Baltimore County):

  • Take 1-83 South to I-695/ I-83 towards Baltimore.
  • Continue to Exit 23 (I-83 South, Jones Falls Expressway) Take I-83 South to downtown Baltimore. Turn right onto Lombard Street. Continue passing over South, Calvert, Charles the Arena is located on your right just beyond Hopkins/Sharp Street.

From Western MD and Points West:

  • Take I-68 (National Freeway), to I-70 E, to I-695 (Balt. Beltway).
  • Merge right onto I-695 (toward Glen Burnie).
  • Take 95 North towards Baltimore then 395 towards Downtown.
  • Stay straight on Howard Street (do not bend towards Conway St.) you will see the Arena ahead three blocks on your right.

From Reisterstown, Westminster and Hanover, PA areas:

  • Take MD 140 (from Westminster area) or MD 30 (from Hanover area) to I-795. Take I-795 to I-695 (Balto. Beltway). Take I-695 towards Towson to Exit 23.
  • Take I-83 South to downtown.

From Northeast Maryland, Delaware and Points North:

  • South on I-95 through the Fort McHenry Tunnel; take Exit 53 at I-395.
  • Stay straight on Howard Street (do not bend towards Conway St.) you will see the Arena ahead three blocks on your right.

From Annapolis and Eastern Shores:

  • From Bay Bridge, west on US 50/301 to I-97. Continue on I-97/MD 3; at interchange with I-695 (Balto. Beltway), bear right to ramp leading to westbound I-695. Continue on I-695 to Exit 7 (MD 295/B-W Pkwy) to Exit 11 (I-95). Take either MD 295 North into downtown Baltimore or I-95 North to Exits 53 (I-395). Stay straight on Howard Street (do not bend towards Conway St.) you will see the Arena ahead three blocks on your right.

From Washington D.C., Virginia and Points South:

  • Take MD 295 (B-W Pkwy//Russell St.) to downtown Baltimore. As an alternative take I-95 North.
  • Use Exit 53 (I-395). Stay straight on Howard Street (do not bend towards Conway St.) you will see the Arena ahead three blocks on your right.
For Mass Transit options- 

Metro Subway:

Get off at the Charles Center metro stop which is located one block from the Arena. The subway runs between Owings Mills and Johns Hopkins Hospital.

General Hours of Operation

Since schedules change regularly, we recommend you confirm schedules using the MTA web site.

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Light Rail:

There is a stop on Howard Street directly in front of the Arena. Stop off at the Convention Center stop or Univ. Center/Baltimore Street both located within one block of the Arena. The light rail runs between Hunt Valley and Glen Burnie. Seven of light rail's 32 stops are in Downtown, Baltimore.

General Hours of Operation (Some stops may have trains that start earlier or run later than times listed below)

Monday - Friday 6:00 a.m. - 11:00 p.m.
Saturday 6:00 a.m. - 11:00 p.m.
Sunday and Holidays 11:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
On event days, the light rail stays open longer.

Since schedules change regularly, we recommend you confirm schedules using the MTA web site.

MARC Train:

Penn Line: The Penn Line of the MARC Train Service operates primarily between Baltimore’s Penn Station, through BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport Train Station, and Union Station in Washington, D. C. Stops include Baltimore City, Odenton, and Bowie State University. In addition, there are 4 stops north of Penn Station [Martins Airport, Edgewood, Aberdeen, and Perryville] located in Harford County, Maryland.

View Penn Line Schedule

Camden Line: The Camden Line operates out of Camden Yards in Downtown Baltimore City and travels to Union Station in Washington D.C. Stops include Dorsey, Laurel, and College Park, Maryland.

View Camden Line Schedule

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