Penn Station Baltimore Parking
Parking in Penn Station, Baltimore
Looking for cheap and affordable parking in Penn Station, Baltimore? On Air Parking offers a parking deal you can only get from us, with our low rates beginning at merely $7.50/day*!
Our parking is guaranteed, and there are absolutely no questions asked should you need to cancel or request a refund. Cancellation is FREE, as always. Purchase your affordable parking today!
To learn more about our fantastic parking offer in Penn Station, keep reading!
*On Air Parking prices begin at the low price of $7.50 and are subject to change based on available inventory and holiday charges.
What's the address of your parking lot?
You should receive an email within 10 minutes of your purchase with the parking facility's name and address at which you'll be parking. If it's hard to pull up the address on your GPS or maps, we suggest checking our partner facilities' website (by Googling their name) or calling their number provided in your reservation.
What is your cancellation policy?
We appreciate you giving us a chance, and know this isn't how you're used to purchasing parking. That's why we offer free cancellations at any time — no questions asked.
What’s in the Neighborhood?
National Aquarium of Baltimore
Baltimore Museum of Art
Penn Station Waterfront Park
The Walters Art Museum
The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore
American Visionary Art Museum
Need Help Making Your Reservation?
For any parking reservation questions you might have, please contact our parking reservation specialists at 424-532-8940 from
10 am to 7 pm EST or email email@example.com.
If you have any feedback, please let us know. We’re here to make your travels easy and affordable, so keep in touch and let us know all about your experience with our 5-star parking services!
About Penn Station
Penn Station in Baltimore is also known as Pennsylvania Station. This station is the main hub of train transportation coming in or out of Baltimore, Maryland. If you’re taking an Amtrak anywhere up and down the eastern seaboard, chances are you’ll end up at Penn Station sooner or later.
This station was designed by an architect from New York by the name of Kenneth MacKenzie Murchison. Built in 1911, this station was constructed in the style of architecture known as “Beaux-Arts” and was specifically designed for the Pennsylvania Railroad.
The station boasts a few eateries, a magazine store, and several hundred parking spaces, including ZipCar locations for your EV. The draw of Penn Station, however, is its magnificent architecture that still stuns today.