BVS Travel


Barcoding will be hosting our Barcoding Visionaries customers for 2-nights of accommodation at our local Fells Point hotels. Barcoding will be taking care of room/tax costs for our customers attending BVS (up to 2 nights for up to 2 delegates).

Customers will check in on Nov. 1 and check out on Nov. 3. There will be a cancellation fee of $500 for those companies that cancel all delegate attendance after Oct. 20 (aka no one from the company attends BVS).

HOTEL: Canopy by Hilton Baltimore Harbor Point
1215 Wills Street, Baltimore, Maryland, 21231

Once you are registered for the Barcoding Visionaries program and summit, the Barcoding planning team will reach out to secure your stay for you. You will be given a confirmation number for your hotel stay.

Partners and Barcoding delegates will be provided with their own registration details and will need to take care of their own costs.

Travel & Directions


Main Conference Location: Frederick Douglass-Isaac Myers Maritime Park Museum

The Frederick Douglass-Isaac Myers Maritime Park is a Living Classrooms Foundation campus and national heritage site. It celebrates the contributions of African Americans in the development of Baltimore’s maritime industry, focusing on the saga of renowned author Frederick Douglass’ life as an enslaved child and young man, as well as on the life of Isaac Myers, a free born African American who became a national leader.

Located on the third floor of the Douglass-Myers Museum, Bearman Gallery features a rotating exhibition of local African American artists whose work covers a broad range of styles and mediums.

Our Nov. 2 schedule of events will take place entirely at the Maritime Museum space.


Barcoding HQ

  • 3840 Bank St, Baltimore, MD 21224
  • Directions: 
  • Recommended Parking: Uber/Lyft to the HQ or rent a car. There is street parking surrounding the building. Enter at the Bank Street entrance, ring the doorbell, or message/call your Barcoding contact.

Barcoding's Headquarters is formerly the I.C. Isaacs Clothing Company. Built-in the 1920s, Baltimore had a strong industrial and manufacturing base in its eastern section; this neighborhood is known as Highlandtown. 100% of the building's historic exterior is intact with original brick, industrial steel windows, door openings, and loading docks. The building's historic interior is largely intact with steel framing, roof framing, exposed brick walls, and original wood flooring. The full-length industrial sash clerestory in the center of the factory is also original. Learn more about our HQ!

Our Nov 3 open house will be at HQ!


Mobtown Brewery

Baltimore has a long-standing tradition of brewing beer, and from 1872 to 1978 Brewers Hill was home to the National and Gunther Brewing Companies. As your neighborhood brewery, Mobtown Brewing has brought that tradition back to the community. Being locals ourselves, we want to share what we create with the city that inspires us most. We strive to produce fresh, innovative, and adventurous beers. We aspire to embrace the local history and culture of Baltimore in each beverage that we produce. Mobtown Brewing is a collaboration of friends that want to invite our customers into the passion we have to produce the best beer!

We will kickoff BVS at Mobtown on Nov. 1.



Overlooking Baltimore’s Patapsco River, Ampersea offers a waterfront dining experience to remember. In the kitchen, the Ampersea culinary team will be putting a modern spin on Maryland classics using seasonal ingredients from mid-Atlantic purveyors alongside herbs and lettuces grown in the Living Classrooms Greenhouse. From its location on the edge of the Baltimore waterfront to the convivial nature of the dining space and the integration of the restaurant’s work with Living Classrooms, the Ampersea team desires to permeate their guest’s experience with a connection to the water, the land, and the community of Baltimore and Maryland. 

Ampersea will host dinner on Nov. 2 and is just downstairs from our meeting rooms.



We can't wait to see you in Baltimore!