Feel like spending the day shopping but don’t want to drive all over the place or spend hours at the mall?  Fortunately, Baltimore has great neighborhoods for shopping.

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Federal Hill


Visit the Cross Street Market, which has everything from produce to flowers.  Nearby shops include art galleries, shoe stores and used bookstores. 

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Fells Point


Fells Point features several great clothing stores.  They also have music stores, so if you’re interested in finding great new CDs, this is your neighborhood.

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If you’re looking for something you can’t find anywhere else, Hampden is the place to go.  There are toy stores, vintage stores, bookstores—anything you could possibly want, you can find it in Hampden.

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Harbor East


In Harbor East, you can buy handbags and jewelry, sports equipment and shoes.  Harbor East is a shopaholic’s dream.  If you’re tired after shopping, you can also see a movie at the Landmark.

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Mt. Vernon


Mt. Vernon has children’s clothing stores, vintage clothing, art and antiques.  If you need to reinvent yourself or your home, Mt. Vernon is the place to be.