Tours & Trails Historic Fell's Point Trail
Content about Historic Fell's Point Trail
History runs throughout the cobblestone streets of Fell's Point. Founded in 1726 by William Fell, a shipbuilder from England, Fell's Point served as the city's deep-water port for over a century. The area's residents were eyewitnesses to the bombardment of Fort McHenry during the War of 1812. Shipbuilders crafted impressive ships, including the young U.S. Navy's USS Constellation and the USS Enterprise. An enslaved Frederick Douglass periodically resided in Fell's Point until 1838 when he fled bondage.
Tours depart from the historic Robert Long House at 812 South Ann Street (corner of South Ann and Thames streets).
Historic Fell's Point Trail Tour Schedule
- Saturday and Sunday at 11 a.m.
May - October 2019
- Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 11 a.m.
Want to explore the trail on your own?
BNHA has created a web-based walking tour app that will guide you to all the historic sites along the Historic Fell's Point Trail.