UMBC logo
    Resources For:
    Prospective Students
    Current Students
    Alumni
    Public Policy Community
    myUMBC
    UMBC Home

Directions and Parking

World Trade Center
at the Inner Harbor in downtown Baltimore

From the North
Via I-95 South: Follow I-95 South through the Fort McHenry tunnel (toll) to Exit 53 (I-395 North, Downtown). After exiting, bear left, following signs to Inner Harbor. Continue in the left or center lane. At the third light, make a right onto Pratt Street and go four blocks to the Inner Harbor on your right.

Via I-83: Take I-83 South until the expressway ends at Exit 1 (Fayette Street), which becomes President Street. Turn right at the next light, Lombard Street. Follow Lombard Street six blocks to Light Street. Turn left onto Light Street and travel one block to Pratt Street. Turn left onto Pratt Street. The Inner Harbor is on the right.

From the South
Via I-95: Follow I-95 North to Exit 53 (I-395 North, Downtown). Bear left, following signs to Inner Harbor. Continue in the left or center lane. At the third light, make a right onto Pratt Street and go four blocks to the Inner Harbor on your right.

From the West
Via I-70 East:
Take I-70 East to Exit 91 (I-695, Glen Burnie). Take I-695 to Exit 11A (I-95 North, Baltimore). Proceed on I-95 North to Exit 53 (I-395 North, Downtown). Bear left, following signs to Inner Harbor. Continue in the left or center lane. At the third light, make a right onto Pratt Street and go four blocks to the Inner Harbor on your right.

From the East
Take Route 50 to Route 97 North, following signs to Baltimore. Continue on Route 97 to I-695. Take I-695 West to I-95. Proceed on I-95 North to Exit 53 (I-395 North, Downtown). Bear left, following signs to Inner Harbor. Continue in the left or center lane. At the third light, make a right onto Pratt Street and go four blocks to the Inner Harbor on your right.

Parking
Parkopedia Map of Downtown Parking Lots and Garage (PDF)

Parking is available for a charge at several parking lots and garages near the World Trade Center, as shown on the above map. Note most Baltimore parking is pay as you exit.

Return to Forum page