Best Baltimore, MD Shopping

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    10. Hampden

    Located in northwestern Baltimore, Hampden is a neighborhood filled with specialty stores and small mom and pop shops. Here you can find vintage clothing stores, antique stores, boutiques and stores selling trinkets...

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    9. Lexington Market

    Located just few minutes from the National Harbor and a few blocks down from the Hippodrome Theater, Lexington Market is one of Baltimore's historic landmark, housing small eateries ranging from fish, produce, meat,...

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    8. Village Of Cross Keys

    Located by Falls road between North Parkway and Coldspring Lane, the Village of Cross Keys has upscale small boutique shops for the traveler. There are 30 premiere shops and restaurants in this garden setting, an...

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    7. Owings Mills Mall

    Located in Owings Mills, MD about 30 minutes Northwest of the Inner Harbor, Owings Mills offers premier shopping, dining and entertainment in an outlet setting. This two-story mall, anchored by Macy's and JC Penney,...

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    6. Antique Row

    Located near Johns Hopkins Peabody Institute, Antique Row is about 15 minutes driving from the Inner Harbor. It is the oldest antique district in the U.S. dating back to the 1840s. You can purchase fine art,...

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    5. Towson Town Center

    Located in Towson, MD, Towson Town Center is about 20 minutes driving from the Inner Harbor. This is one of Baltimore's more upscale indoor shopping malls and the second largest mall after Arundel Mills. The mall not...

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    2. Arundel Mills

    Located in Hanover, MD, Arundel Mills is a 20 minute drive from the Inner Harbor. This 1.3 million sq. ft. outlet mall houses many of the main stream retailers at significantly reduced prices. It's the second largest...

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    1. White Marsh Mall

    Located in White Marsh, MD, the mall is 15 minutes from the Inner Harbor. The mall has over 140 specialty shops including an outdoor shopping area called the Avenue lined with restaurants and retailers. Events often...

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About Baltimore, MD Shopping

Shopping in Baltimore's never a disappointment, whether you're a flea-market addict, a high-end boutique lover or just a casual window browser. The tourist-laden Inner Harbor houses many familiar national retailers, while some of the older neighborhoods like Mount Vernon and Fell's Point are home to some fine boutiques, antique galleries and other specialty stores. Another must for collectors, Antique Row is located on Howard Street downtown and houses an entire block of historic antique stores. Perhaps the most distinctive shopping options are the public markets. Offering fresh meats, produce, baked goods, as well as some tasty prepared foods, the markets are popular stops for many locals. Lexington Market, founded in 1782, is the city's oldest, but the Broadway Market in Fell's Point and the Cross Street Market in Federal Hill also offer many flavorful treats, plants, flowers and handmade gifts.

About Elizabeth Baxley

Elizabeth C. Baxley is a Travel Editor for 10Best, Inc. Her favorite travel experiences have involved studying theater in London and exploring the streets of Salzburg, Munich and Vienna. She served as a contributor to the 10Best Travel Guides for Dallas and Washington, D.C., and her writings have also appeared in Upstate Parent.

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