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Perhaps the most well known Historic District, Fells Point delivers all the waterfront cobble stone charm you could want.
The historic Fells Point neighborhood dates back to the 1700s and was once a bustling shipyard. Fells Point was home to Billie Holiday and Frederick Douglass. The Frederick Douglass Maritime Museum sits on the water and is a great museum to check out. Fells Point has over 150 buildings on the National Historic Registry which is no surprise when you're walking around the cobble stone streets.
Today it's home to luxury and boutique hotels, great coffee shops, and lots of restaurants, bars, and shops. There's nothing better than a sunny summer day in Fells Point.
Parks: Broadway Square, Thames St Park
Grocery Store: Whole Foods, Safeway
Gym: Orange Theory, MAC, F45 Training, Pilates House
Schools: Hampstead Hill Academy, Wolfe Street Academy
Molly's pick: Su Casa Furniture is a great furniture shop right on Thames St. It's perfect to furnish your new home or pick up a gift for a friend. It's right in the heart of Fells so pit stop at Pitango Cafe for a pick me up while you're there.
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