M&T Bank Stadium, affectionately known as “The Bank” by Baltimore locals, is home to the NFL’s Baltimore Ravens. We’ve rounded up the best parking options near the stadium, from official lots to nearby garages, to make game day parking easy!
Parking Lot & Garage Options Near M&T Bank Stadium
M&T Bank Stadium is surrounded by official parking lots, but access is generally restricted to season ticket holders and only available by advanced purchase. A number of public parking options exist around the stadium. A few tailgating lots are within a few blocks walk for those looking for a premium, classic game day experience. Fans will find the best deals in parking garages in downtown Baltimore near the Inner Harbor, where prices are as low as just $10. The Baltimore Ravens have partnered with SpotHero to make finding game day parking easy!
The garages and lots located at M&T Bank Stadium are certainly the closest, but can become really crowded and typically sell out before the season even begins. There are plenty of garages and lots within walking distance of the stadium, but the Hampton Inn Valet at 550 Washington Boulevard offers tons of inventory, is within close walking distance on the stadium, and allows parkers to reserve spots in advance to ensure you’ll have a parking spot for the game.
Official Baltimore Ravens Season Parking Passes
SpotHero offers season parking packages for Baltimore Ravens home games. You can select a parking facility for the whole season, get a bundle of prepaid parking passes for the season, and head to M&T Bank Stadium. Have to miss a game? You can cancel part of your package or share your parking spot with a friend.
Tailgating at M&T Bank Stadium
- Tailgating activities in stadium-controlled parking lots is permitted, but must end thirty minutes after the start of the event.
- Cooking is not permitted within two feet of vehicles.
- For charcoal cooking, only self-starting briquettes; no lighter fluid is permitted.
- For propane cooking, there is a twenty-pound tank limit and the canister must be mounted to the grill assembly.
- All fires must be contained and supervised at all times.
Handicap Parking at M&T Bank Stadium
- Accessible/handicap parking is available at M&T Bank Stadium in Lots B, C & R (Lot R is located underneath the Russell Street bridge).
- An appropriate state-issued disable placard or license plate is required to use these parking spaces.
- These spaces are available only on a first-come, first-serve basis and permits are not issued to reserve them in advance.
Public Transit to M&T Bank Stadium
M&T Bank Stadium is served by the Maryland Transit Authority (MTA).
The 29 ½-mile Light Rail system has 33 total stops and runs from Hunt Valley in Baltimore County, to downtown Baltimore and the sports stadiums, to Cromwell Station/Glen Burnie in Anne Arundel County.
Metro Subway contains 14 stations and runs 15 ½ total miles. It runs through downtown Baltimore from John Hopkins Hospital all the way to Owings Mills in Baltimore County.
Each of the following local buses stop near M&T Bank Stadium: 1, 3, 7, 11, 14 (on Sundays), 19, 27, 35 and 64.
Directions to M&T Bank Stadium
From the south (airport): A) Take I-95 North towards Baltimore and take Exit 52 – Russell St. Veer onto Russell St. at the bottom of the ramp and M&T Bank Stadium will be on the right. B) Take I-295 North towards Baltimore. I-295 becomes Russell St., and the stadium will be on the right.
From the Northeast: Take I-95 South through the Ft. McHenry Tunnel and take Exit 53 (I-395) North to MLK Blvd/Russell St. (right lane). Take the first exit ramp. At the bottom, turn left onto Lee St. and turn left at the light onto Russell St. The stadium will be on the left.
From the Northwest: Take I-83 South (Baltimore) to Lombard Street and turn right. Then turn left (South) onto Greene Street, and the stadium will be on the left.