Shop Locally on the Waterfront

Our Waterfront districts are full of unique shops and galleries, offering a diverse shopping experience including handcrafted items and gifts sourced and created locally. Now more than ever, Baltimore’s small-business community needs support from its neighbors and visitors. Take a stroll along the Waterfront to enjoy safe and socially distanced sidewalk sales and reopened retailers today!

All Waterfront retailers are focused on keeping customer and employees safe and have implemented CDC recommendations as they reopen.

Shopping Local in Fell’s Point

Fell’s Point is filled with 54 retail shops and art galleries offering a diverse assortment of handcrafted items and unique gifts. Shop local today and find one of a kind pieces handcrafted by local artisans.

Fell’s Point Sidewalk Sale: First Saturdays: September 5 and October 3

Enjoy a day of shopping & sales In Fell’s Point! Enjoy lunch or dinner at of the 29 restaurants offering outdoor dining, many with waterfront views. There are over 1,000 parking spaces on Caroline Street which is just a few short steps from Broadway Square and the center of Fell’s Point.

Harbor East Summer Sidewalk Sale: Saturday, September 12

Are you ready for some end-of-season summer deals?! Save the Date for September 12th and enjoy discounts and promotions from Sassanova, South Moon Under, Free People, Arhaus, Bonobos, Allen Edmonds, Charm City Run, Curiosity, White House/Black Market and more to be announced!

Harbor Point: Baltimore’s Next Great Waterfront Neighborhood

There’s always something happening at Harbor Point! Click here to stay up-to-date with all the latest neighborhood news and events.

Harborplace: Come See What’s in Store!

Shopping, dining, and the best Harbor views are all at Harborplace.

(Photo: Baltimore Sun)