Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall
1212 Cathedral St
Baltimore, MD 21201
From the North and Northwest: Take I-83 South (Jones Falls Expressway) to Exit 5, Maryland Avenue. Make a left at the first light (Maryland Ave), take the next right onto Preston St. until you reach Cathedral St. Once you hit the intersection of Preston and Cathedral, the Meyerhoff will be to your left. The Cathedral Parking Garage is located to your right on Cathedral St. For more information on parking garages in the area, see below under Parking.
Via Interstate 95: Follow I-95 North to Exit 53 (I-395), Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Follow Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. about 1 mile until you hit a fork in the road. Make a right at the fork onto Chase St. Chase St. will turn into Cathedral St. The Meyerhoff will be on your left, and the parking garage will be up one more block on your right. For more information on parking garages in the area, please see below under Parking.
Via 295 Baltimore Washington Parkway: Follow 295 North all the way through, which will let you off on Russell St. in downtown Baltimore. Turn right onto W. Pratt St, then left onto Eutaw St. Continue down Eutaw St. and make a right on W. Centre St, then a left onto Park Ave which will turn into Cathedral St. The Meyerhoff will be on your left, and the parking garage will be up one more block North to your right. For more information on parking garages in the area please see below under Parking.
Cathedral Parking Garage (1311 Cathedral St)
Open during all Meyerhoff Symphony Hall events. Conveniently located at the northeast corner of Preston and Cathedral opposite the Meyerhoff; enter from Cathedral Street. $15 per car, cash only at gate.
Symphony Center Parking Garage (1030 Park Avenue)
Open during all Meyerhoff Symphony Hall events. Conveniently located adjacent to the Meyerhoff; enter from Park Avenue. $15 per car, cash only at gate.
Parking for the Disabled
We recommend parking in the Symphony Center garage.
By Charm City Circulator
The Charm City Circulator is a free shuttle that travels three routes in Baltimore City. The separate routes include the Green Route (City Hall to Fells Point to Johns Hopkins), the Purple Route (Penn Station to Federal Hill), and the Orange Route (Hollins Market to Harbor East). The shuttle is intended to reduce congestion and greenhouse gas pollution by offering a convenient, reliable and eco-friendly form of public transportation.
Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall is easily accessible from local routes 51, 53, Citylink Green Citylink Lime and Citylink Yellow
By Light Rail
Exit the Light Rail at the Cultural Center stop. The hall is directly across Park Avenue to the south. Light Rail hours are Monday-Friday 6:00 am to 12:00 am; Saturday 11:00 am to 12:00 am; and Sunday 11:00 am to 7:00 pm.
By Metro Subway
Exit the subway at State Center Station. Walk one block east on Preston Street to Howard Street. Make a left on Howard then turn right on Dolphin heading east. Meyerhoff is on the right. Metro hours are Monday–Friday: 5 am to midnight; Saturday, Sunday & Holidays: 6 am to midnight.
By MARC Train (weekday service only)
For MARC riders, Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall is just a short walk or cab ride from Baltimore Penn Station. After exiting the train, follow the signs in the station to Charles Street and walk south. Make a right onto Preston Street (the first street past the light at Mt. Royal Avenue). Follow Preston Street three blocks to Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall, on the corner of Preston and Cathedral Streets.