Harborplace & Inner Harbor, Baltimore

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  • Candy Bikini
    Candy Bikini
    by staindesign
  • Harborplace & Inner Harbor
    by Yaqui
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    Pratt Street Dining & Shopping Pavillion
    by LoriPori
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    It's Sugar!: Candy Galor!

    by staindesign Written Aug 11, 2013
    Candy Bikini

    It'Sugar is found right in the middle of the inner harbor tourist area. But it is really amazing! Every kind of candy from the last 50 yrs can be found in this shop. The popular candy of today can be found in industrial sizes for your diabetic nightmares! For example, a 5lb gummy worm. Plus other random specialties can be found as well, such as gummy bacon, candy bikini's, and candy sand.

    What to pay: It's a specialty store, so expect to pay higher prices.

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    Discovery Channel: Harborplace & Inner Harbor

    by grandmaR Updated Aug 6, 2011

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    My mom and sister

    I'm not much of a shopper, and I haven't shopped here, but there are many different stores. If you want to shop here is an Alphabetic list of all stores (some are national chains that you will recognize)

    What to buy: Amaryllis
    Ann Taylor
    April Cornell
    August Max Woman
    Auntie Anne's Hand-Rolled Soft Pretzels
    Aveda Lifestyle Store
    Banana Republic
    Bath & Body Works
    Best of Baltimore
    Big Dog Sportswear
    Bourbon St. Cafe
    Brooks Brothers
    Buba's
    California Pizza Kitchen
    Candy Crate
    Casual Corner
    Charleys Grilled Subs
    Cheesecake Factory
    Chesapeake Knife and Tool
    Christmas Dove
    City Lights Seafood Restaurant
    Claire's Accessories
    Crystal Cove
    Destination Baltimore
    Discovery Channel Store
    Downs Engravers and Stationers
    Easy Wok
    Fire & Ice
    Foot Locker
    Forever 21
    Gallery Shoe Shine
    Game Stop
    Gap
    GIA & Co.
    Godiva Chocolatier
    Gourmet Chicken
    Haagen Dazs Ice Cream Shop
    Harbor Collection
    Harborplace Concierge
    Harborplace Logo Store
    Harborside Seafood
    Harry and David
    Hats in the Belfry
    Heritage Gift Shoppe
    Hillen Tire and Auto Services
    Imposters Copy Jewelry
    Izone
    J. Crew
    J. Pauls
    Johnny Rocket's
    Johnston & Murphy
    Knits, Etc.
    Kohr Brothers
    Kristi Boutique
    kuhlman
    La Mesa
    Lady Foot Locker
    Landau Costume Jeweller
    Larry Stevens World of Art
    Lee's Ice Cream
    M and S Grill
    Magnetic Attraction
    Making History
    Maryland Bay Company
    McSnack
    Mini Photo Gifts
    Nail Trix
    Necessities
    New York Deli
    Nine West
    Oasis
    Origins
    Paolo's Ristorante
    Payless
    Petite Sophisticate
    Phillips Restaurant
    Pizzeria Uno Restaurant & Bar
    Prestige Auto Detailing Center
    Ralph Marlin Ties
    Ritz One Hour Photo
    Salad Creations
    Sam Goody
    Sbarro's Pizza
    Silver Moon
    Singwear
    Stadium Sports
    Starbucks
    Steak Escape
    Steamers Raw Bar
    Subway
    Suncoast Motion Picture Co.
    Sunglass Hut International
    Talbots
    Tex Mex Grill
    Thai Noodle Bowl
    The Baltimore Zoo
    The Baltimore Zoo Store
    The Bay Dog
    The Body Shop
    The Children's Place
    The Coach Store
    The Flag Shop
    The Fudgery
    The Gallery Garage
    The Great Cookie
    The Heritage Gift Shoppe
    The Sport Shop
    The Sunglass Company
    The UPS Store
    The White House/Black Market
    T-Mobile/Voicestream
    Trade Secret
    Vaccaro's Italian Pastries
    Victoria's Secret
    Watch Station
    Wet Seal
    Who You Calling A Crab
    Windows Restaurant
    Yankee Candle Company
    Zabi Zabi
    Zengars

    What to pay: I took this picture of my mom and my sister in front of the Discovery Channel Store on the trip we took to the Inner Harbor to celebrate my Mom's 91st birthday

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    Harborplace & Inner Harbor: Shopping Everywhere

    by Yaqui Written Jul 13, 2009

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    Just about all the business along the harbor are all here for the tourist. LOTS of different types of souvenirs shops you can think of. So you do not have to go far. So enjoy, browse, and take in the beautiful scenery here.

    Baltimore Area Convention and Visitors Association
    100 Light Street, 12th Floor
    Baltimore, Maryland, 21202

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    The Gallery: Just Across The Inner Harbor

    by Yaqui Updated Jul 11, 2009

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    Careful crossing the street!

    This is a very nice shopping mall. It has a little bit of everything and has four floors of shops available. It also has a food court on the third floor, which has a wonderful view of the harbor. It's a very elegant shopping mall.

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    PRATT STREET DINING & SHOPPING PAVILION: HARBORPLACE

    by LoriPori Updated Sep 25, 2006

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    Pratt Street Dining & Shopping Pavillion

    A fun and vibrant area to shop is the PRATT STREET DINING & SHOPPING PAVILION in Harborplace, at the heart of Baltimore's Inner Harbor. There are over 160 shops, restaurants and eateries housed in two waterfront pavillions. I needed to buy some postcards for the VT meeting, so I walked in and found DESTINATION BALTIMORE, a lovely card and gift shop inside the Pavilion. They had a good variety and were reasonably priced at .25 so I bought a bunch of them.

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    Harborplace & Inner Harbor: The Gallery

    by HotSpotJ Written Aug 6, 2005

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    The entrance to the Gallery

    The Gallery is located adjacent to the Harborplace strips and can provide a great afternoon for shopping for the browser and the shopaholic alike. With store such as Gap, Brooks Brothers, Banana Republic, and many, many more, you'll find great bargains with the best restaurants only a few steps away!

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    Harborplace, The Gallery, Antique Row: Plenty of Shopping Opportunities!

    by Rhondaj Written Feb 2, 2003

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    ��2000 SouthBaltimore.com

    Money must be made, right? Well, Baltimore gives you plenty of chances to help its economy. Here are just a few shopping opportunities:
    Harborplace- right in the heart of Inner Harbor. More than 150 shops and restaurants.
    The Gallery- Pratt and Calvert Streets
    more shops and dining galore. go to the 4th floor to see a great view of the harbor.
    Antique Row- the 700 and 800 blocks of North Howard Street
    Even if you don't plan to buy, this area is great for 'window shopping'.
    Fells Point- unique boutiques

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    Harborplace

    by frankcanfly Written Nov 19, 2002

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    Built in 1980 as the first stage of Baltimore Harbors renovation.... these shopping pavilions cater mostly to tourists...

    What to buy: This is where I go if I need some Maryland memorobilia such as flags, or Crab gear...

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    Harborplace & Inner Harbor: after visiting the aquarium

    by slychen Written Oct 10, 2004

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    many shops near the area.

    What to buy: Local Craft, Gifts, Antiques, Books, Food and Drink, Sporting Goods, Women's Clothes, Toys and Games..........

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    Renaissance Harborplace Hotel: This is a great place to shop!

    by fa330 Written May 4, 2003

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    This 4-level mall has a wide variety of shops: women's and men's clothing, music, toys, gifts, candy, and books.

    What to buy: Souvenirs with crabs on them!

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    Inner Harbor Shopping

    by Easty Written Apr 18, 2003
    Barnes & Noble of the Inner Harbor

    The Inner Harbor area has plenty of places to shop. There are a few arcades filled with little shops that cater to tourists.

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