How to get to Lexington Market in Baltimore by Bus, Light Rail or Train

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From Hoyts Cinemas 14, Linthicum 217 min
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Train - MARC
Train - MARC
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What are the closest stations to Lexington Market?


The closest stations to Lexington Market are:
Paca St & Fayette St is 86 yards away, 2 min walk.
Paca St & Fayette St FS Nb is 86 yards away, 2 min walk.
Lexington Market is 92 yards away, 2 min walk.
Fayette St & Paca St Wb is 128 yards away, 2 min walk.
Eutaw St & Lexington St FS Nb is 154 yards away, 2 min walk.

Which Light Rail lines stop near Lexington Market?

These Light Rail lines stop near Lexington Market: LIGHT RAIL.

Which Train lines stop near Lexington Market?

These Train lines stop near Lexington Market: MARC.

Which Bus lines stop near Lexington Market?

These Bus lines stop near Lexington Market: 73, 94, CITYLINK BLUE, CITYLINK PURPLE.

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Looking for the nearest stop or station to Lexington Market? Check out this list of stops closest to your destination: Paca St & Fayette St; Paca St & Fayette St FS Nb; Lexington Market; Fayette St & Paca St Wb; Eutaw St & Lexington St FS Nb.

You can get to Lexington Market by Bus, Light Rail or Train. These are the lines and routes that have stops nearby - Light Rail: LIGHT RAIL; Train: MARC; Bus: 73, 94, CITYLINK BLUE, CITYLINK PURPLE.

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Lexington Market, Baltimore
Lexington Market, Baltimore Lexington Market is a historic market in downtown Baltimore, Maryland, United States. The main market is housed in two large buildings on the north corners of the intersection of Paca and Lexington Streets. In the broader sense, Lexington Market encompasses both the main market and all of the shops on Lexington Street from Greene Street to Liberty Street. The main market buildings are host to small eateries and stands selling fish, produce, meat, baked goods, and candy. Lexington Market is located near the Baltimore Light Rail and Baltimore Metro Subway stops of the same name. It is about six blocks from Oriole Park at Camden Yards. Lexington Market is one of the longest-running markets in the world, having been around since 1782. The market continues to stand in its original site. The land for this historical market was donated by General John Eager Howard, famous colonial Revolutionary War commander of Maryland Line regiment of Continental Army. from his estate "Belvedere" (also known as "Howard's Woods) west and north of Baltimore Town. The market originally operated without sheds and stalls. Farmers would load up their horse drawn wagons with ham, butter, eggs and produce. The farmers would travel from Towson and Reisterstown to sell their goods at the market. They would usually start work by dawn. In 1803 the market had increased in size. The market now spread from Eutaw Street down to Lexington Street. It would later spread over to Greene Street. In the beginning the market was open on Tuesdays, Friday and Saturday from 2am until 12noon. A bell would ring at the start of the day and at the end of the day. Before being called Lexington Market it was known as Western Precincts Market.
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