Free Wi-Fi Spots in Baltimore
- HEENA SINGLA
- UPDATED Aug 01, 2018
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Baltimore, the largest city of the U.S. state of Maryland, is known for its truly authentic American vibe. Its world-famous Inner Harbor, renowned museums and attractions, award-winning restaurants, the local music scene, and hip and historic neighborhoods beacons travelers from all across the globe. The city’s architecturally profound buildings in a variety of styles hold a significant importance in its glorious past. Let’s make it more interesting and happening for you, by exploring the finest places in Baltimore that will keep you connected during your trip with free wi-fi facilities.
1. Mt. Vernon Marketplace - Downtown Baltimore, Baltimore
Welcome to the market!! Mt. Vernon Marketplace, offers the finest, freshly prepared artisanal foods right in the historic district of Mount Vernon. Enjoy unlimited and uninterrupted free wi-fi services here from AiNET. Needs no password and no limits.
2. Baltimore County Historic Courthouse – Towson, Baltimore
Baltimore County Courthouse houses many of the offices of the County government, is an edifice of limestone and marble, two stories in height and nine bays in length surrounded by a modest park and a square. Baltimore County is rich in architectural examples and this is just one of them. AiNET provides you with free wi-fi service to stay connected during your visit to Baltimore. Just log in and enjoy free and unlimited internet connectivity.
3. Horseshoe Casino Baltimore and Marketplace – Maryland, Baltimore
An urban two-story casino, Horseshoe Casino Baltimore features video lottery terminals, table games, and a World Series of Poker room. The Baltimore Marketplace has Charm City food outlets, three premier restaurants, and several bars and lounges. The place offers free wi-fi and keeps you connected to the internet. The name of the network is ‘Horseshoe Baltimore’ and you can enjoy free wifi on your wifi browser.
4. Marley Station Mall – Maryland, Baltimore
An enclosed shopping mall in Glen Burnie, Maryland, Marley Station Mall, has 4 anchors and 100 stores on 2 floors with J.C. Penney, Macy’s, Golds Gym and Sears as its anchor stores. The eight-screen movie theatre, originally being operated by United Artists Theatres near the mall’s food court, was renovated and now being operated by Horizon Cinemas. Enjoy the Wi-Fi hotspot named as “Marley Station Mall”. It’s free and is not time bound.
5. Baby’s On Fire - Morton St, Baltimore
A new & used record store, Baby’s on Fire, located in historic Mount Vernon also serves Stumptown Coffee, breakfast & lunch from Chef Shirlé of Four Corners Cuisine. The place is a curated space beyond the selection of vinyl, coffee and the menu. The place offers Wi-Fi facility to the customers. Simply connect to the network ‘Baby's On Fire’ which requires a password. You can either download from Instabridge app or ask the store’s concierge.
6. Red Emma's - Charles North, Baltimore
This is a radical bookstore and a vegetarian restaurant. Named after anarchist Emma Goldman, Red Emma's sells fair trade coffee, vegetarian and vegan foods and books as well. The place also provides free computer access to its visitors, wireless internet and film screenings and numerous community events. The Wi-Fi services here are free for all incoming guests and you can enjoy the same by just selecting ‘RedEmma’s” in your wifi browser. It’s absolutely free and needs no password.