Another happening market place is the Broadway Market which is simply loaded with local flavor. Situated in Fells Point the Broadway Market should be scheduled as a lunch stop as you’re exploring the stores of Fells Point. Fells Point is packed with wonderfully eclectic stores that are perfect for gift purchases, or just a few little treats for yourself. You will find just about anything you could ever want in these quaint stores, everything that is except mass produced charmless pieces that can be found in the malls. Treasured souvenirs and one-of-a-kind keepsakes are definitely to be found at Fells Point and Broadway Market.
Is another section of Baltimore that’s steeped in history and charm and offers shoppers a paradise of stores that just can’t be found anywhere else. With a backdrop of 19th Century architecture and a gentle touch of parks littered throughout, the atmosphere couldn’t be more inviting and more appropriate for the boutiques and specialty stores lining the streets. In addition, the Mount Vernon area offers shoppers some added entertainment with world-class restaurants, many festivals and a hopping nightlife. It’s a city where you can easily spend an entire day occupying your time with numerous activities and never get bored.
And lest we forget, the famous Antique Row in Baltimore. For at least 100 years Antique Row has been drawing antique aficionados to this part of the city. Whether you know what you’re doing and you’re going to put that research to use scooping up the best deal, or the most perfect piece for your home, or if you’re hoping to find the next unknown Caravaggio, you’ll be thrilled with the sheer amount of products and the variety of stores in Antique Row. In fact, you could probably spend so much time shopping there that you become an antique yourself.
If you’re even a little bit of a shopper and headed to the Baltimore area, bring your credit cards because they’re sure to get a workout. This city is packed full of shopping destinations to keep you occupied. And if you’ve got other family members to worry about, most of the shopping destinations offer alternatives for non-shoppers or they’re close to cultural areas with tons of alternatives.