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Johns Hopkins Medicine, School of Public Health

A 12-minute walk to the north. Go out the front door and turn right, when you hit Fayette, you can turn either left to Broadway or right on Wolfe to complete your trip.

Convention Center / Downtown

FREE: We are near stops 104 and 123 on the Green Line of the free Charm City Circulator and stop 228 on the Orange Line. These can get you downtown or midtown, and to the train station.

To get to the Baltimore Convention Center, take the Orange Line to stop 205, Howard Street.

You can track the Circulator with the NextBus site or app.

If you love to walk, you can walk the whole way to the Convention Center. I recommend the route shown below, which takes you along Eastern Avenue.

PAID: You can also take CityLink Brown or the Number 65 bus to the Convention Center, for $1.90 each way or $4.40 for an all-day Charm Card. Go to the northwest corner of Broadway and Lombard Streets, across from 7-Eleven, to the bus stop there. Ask the driver to let you know when you are at the Hanover Street stop. When you come back, find the nearest stop on Pratt Street (one way) to return. This Google map should help you plan your trips — just keep the icon at the top clicked on the “bus” option.


To get to hipster Hampden, with its retail extravaganza, you can go into downtown via any of the routes noted above, or walk, and ride the Charm City Circulator’s Purple Line to stop 315 in Charles Village, and walk into Hampden. Or from downtown, take the Light Rail from Convention Center to the Woodberry stop.

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