In light of the 2022 parking infrastructure changes, many alternatives for parking and transportation in and around Downtown Annapolis have been arranged to make your visit as smooth as possible. We’ve put together our suggestions for parking along with links to all relevant parking information on this page!
We offer free 2-hour parking vouchers at Gott's Garage, Knighton Garage or Park Place Garages available for customers making a purchase.
Best Parking within Walking Distance
Gott's garage is just a 5-minute walk away from our store. Located at 25 West Street, this garage is a great option for quick access to Main Street, the Art’s District on West Street plus many other shops and restaurants.
The Calvert Street garage is a 5-8 minute walk from our store, and the best part? From 6 pm on Friday until 6 pm Sunday, parking is completely free! The garage is closed to the public throughout the rest of the week. Located at 19 Saint Johns Street, this garage is a great alternative for easy access.
3. King George Street
The stretch of King George Street from across College Creek up to College Avenue has free 9-hour parking 7 days a week. It is about a 10 minute walk to our store. However, these spaces fill up very quickly in the morning, usually with local workers and students. If you’re looking for an easy place to park for 9-hours with no hassle, this is a great place to check.
The Whitmore Garage is located just across the street from Gott's Garage and is just about a 5-minute walk as well. Located at 25 Clay Street.
There will continue to be metered parking spots throughout the surrounding areas of Downtown Annapolis including lots like City Dock, Basil Lot and the Donner Lot, which are all a short walk away from many of your favorite restaurants and shops! Additionally, there will be metered parallel parking in Residential Zones 1 & 2, which includes many of the surrounding local streets in DTA. You can download the Parkmobile App to pay for your meter!
Free Shuttle Services and More
Access Annapolis has done a wonderful job putting together shuttle routes and an electric trolley option to transport people from garages that are slightly further from downtown to a number of stops throughout the city.
Click here to see all of their options for parking and transportation and explore more information on their website!
Here's a map of the garages that have shuttle service (purple line) and a map of the Annapolis Circulator electric trolley route (blue line):