10Best Baltimore, MD Shopping
The White Marsh Mall has over 140 specialty shops including an outdoor shopping area called the Avenue lined with restaurants and retailers. Events often take place on the Avenue during the summer months as well as during the holidays.
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West Shore Park in Baltimore's Inner Harbor will come alive with a Christmas Village this holiday season. Part of the It's A Waterfront Life event and inspired by the German Christmas Markets, more than 40 vendors will be selling traditional European crafts, arts, jewelry, holiday gifts, food, sweets and drinks, including beer and gluhwein. Read more »All New & Notable Baltimore Shopping »
Drive your luxury car off the lot, and as soon as you get through the gates, it loses a notable percentage of its value. Can the same be said about women's designer clothing? Vintage and consignment clothing aficionados, along with their financial advisor, may make that claim. So what is a luxury shopaholic with a tight budget to do? Check out Better Than New Luxury Consignment Boutique in Towson, and save some of those hard-earned dollars. Read more »All New & Notable Baltimore Shopping »
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.
- Baltimore Expert Elizabeth Baxley