Harborplace & The Gallery
200 E. Pratt Street
Baltimore 410-332-4191
Two European-style glass-enclosed pavilions set on the water’s edge of Baltimore’s Inner Harbor. The urban Harborplace is overflowing with more than 135 one-of-a-kind shops, sidewalk cafes, and wonderful restaurants. The year-round street performer program, free summer concerts, and seasonal celebrations enliven the atmosphere. The Gallery is connected to Harborplace by an overhead walkway, featuring 75 upscale shops and eateries set along a dramatic six-story atrium.

Lexington Market
400 West Lexington Street
Baltimore 410-685-6169
The Market Center is nestled in an area of 27 square blocks in bustling downtown Baltimore, encompassing businesses, retail shops, specialty shops, antique shops, and restaurants. Several of the buildings are listed on the National Register of Historic Landmarks. The Lexington Market is a 250,000-square-foot international food market with more than 140 quality merchants. The center is distinguished as the oldest, continuously operated market in the nation. The diverse sights, sounds, tastes, and aromas that harmonize in Lexington Market have made it a focal point for residents and visitors for more than 200 years. An added attraction at the market is the three-block pedestrian Lexington Mall.

Historic Savage Mill
8600 Foundry Street
Savage 301-369-4650
Baltimore 410-880-0918
Well described as “an antique market place beyond compare,” this complex features a wide variety of quality antique furnishings, decorative accessories, and collectibles. Ideally located in the Baltimore-Washington region, this 168-year-old renovated cotton mill wove the canvas for clipper ship sails that departed from Baltimore’s Inner Harbor. The 10-building complex is considered to be Maryland’s finest antique center, featuring more than 225 select dealers and 40,000 square feet of display area. Specialty shops and eateries add to the enjoyment.

Historic Ellicott City
Main Street, St. John’s Lane
Ellicott City 410-730-4111
Nestled in the historic town of Ellicott City are more than 60 businesses housed in quaint 18th and 19th century buildings that include antique shops, art galleries, country stores, herb shops, collectables, bakeries, and restaurants. Steeped in history, reportedly haunted by ghosts, and overflowing with quiet charm, Historic Ellicott City boasts a truly picturesque Main Street. The city was built on seven hills in the tradition of ancient Rome.

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