Shopping in Baltimore

Emporium Collagia
Emporium Collagia is an art gallery and shop that is located about one and a half miles east of the Inner Harbor, in the historic neighborhood of Fell's Point. Run by artist Luana Kaufmann, this gallery and shop features prints of her various fantasy and dream themed collage works and fine art. Also featured in Emporium Collagia is an eclectic mix of elegant accessories and goods for your home.

Bin 604
Bin 604 is a cozy wine store located in Harbor East, about one mile east of the Inner Harbor. This store features collectible, rare wines, obtained by merchants who make a limited amount of each type, as well as bargain wines, festive wines, and other various types of beer and spirits. In addition to the sales, Bin 604 offers weekly public wine tastings and classes, as well as privately scheduled tasting parties.

Antique Row
Antique Row is great for tourists of Baltimore, as it is the oldest antique shopping district in the country. It has been around since the 1840s, and features a wide array of stores that sell everything from fine art, to books, to jewelry, to furniture and toys. Whether you have money to burn or just plan on window-shopping, it is easy to spend an entire day wandering through the various shops. Antique Row is about 13 blocks northwest of the Inner Harbor, which can be walked in about 20 minutes.

The Sound Garden
The Sound Garden, a staple in Fell's Point when it comes to shopping for all things music and movie related, is a short five minute drive from the Inner Harbor. This store features a wide array of new and used music from all genres, in both compact disc and vinyl formats, as well as new DJ equipment, and new and used DVDs, blu-rays and video games. In addition to the music and movies on sale, The Sound Garden also features ticket sales for local concerts, including its own in-store performances.

Harborplace & The Gallery at Harborplace
If you are looking for one stop for all of your retail needs, Harborplace & The Gallery at Harborplace is your best bet. Harborplace is made up of two shopping pavilions, and connects via skywalk to The Gallery, which is a large shopping mall. Between the two sections, you have over 160 retail options from which to choose. You can find anything from high-end shops, to jewelry stores, to food, to affordable clothing stores, to kiosks run by local merchants. If you can think of it, you can find it at Harborplace & The Gallery at Harborplace.