Baltimore shopping sprees can include anything from boutique shops to major shopping malls, and from stores right in the center of Baltimore to stores in surrounding areas. At Baltimore shopping centers such as the Pratt Street Pavilion and the Light Street Pavilion, you can stock up on souvenirs or peruse the goods at the jewelry, clothing, and specialty stores. After hitting these Baltimore Inner Harbor shopping centers, you might wander over to the three-story Gallery to see what its numerous shops have to offer. All of these shopping centers are part of the larger Harborplace marketplace, and together, they offer more than 150 stores to choose from.
Harborplace is the king of the Baltimore shopping centers, and as its name implies, it can be found right on the Inner Harbor. While some of the stores at Harborplace are chain brand stores that you would expect to find at virtually any mall across the country, others are more unique and specialize in selling things that are related to the city and the state of Maryland on the whole. These include food products related to the thriving blue crab industry and sports merchandise for the hometown Ravens and Orioles. As for the chain brand stores here, they sell anything from sunglasses and clothing items to food and funky household products. Numerous restaurants can be found at Harborplace. Should you be looking to stay close by to this hub of activity, the Gallery is actually attached to the attractive Renaissance Hotel.
When you're not enjoying some Baltimore Inner Harbor shopping, you can consider heading north to the Mount Vernon neighborhood to hit the antique stores or venture even further north and check out the Village of Cross Keys. The 800 block of Howard Street is where the Mount Vernon antique stores can be found, and there are a bunch of exceptional ones to select from. If you can't find that special something at the Mount Vernon antique shops, nearby Ellicott City is also known for its excellent antique shops.
Another Baltimore neighborhood, Harbor East, also offers some chic shopping opportunities. Harbor East boasts an eclectic mix of shops, and if you're still on the antique trail, there is a large antique showroom on S. Caroline Street that deserves a look. Some good hotels can be found in Harbor East, and it doesn't take long to get from the neighborhood to attractions like the National Aquarium when you're not doing some serious shopping.
Baltimore shopping opportunities abound almost anywhere you find yourself. In the Fells Point neighborhood, for example, you can find some enticing boutiques, not to mention one of the city's best markets. The Federal Hill neighborhood also features an excellent market where things such as food items, flowers, and gifts can be bought.
Hitting the local markets can be an ideal complement to Baltimore Inner Harbor shopping, and you certainly won't want to miss the Lexington Market. It's the grandest of the bunch. As for the markets that can be found in Federal Hill and Fells Point, they are called the Broadway Market and the Cross Street Market.
When some upscale Baltimore shopping is what you have in mind, the Village of Cross Keys to the north of the city might just be the best place to go. This is one of the ritziest Baltimore shopping centers, and you can visit both local and chain stores there.
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