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The Gallery

Really, Harborplace and The Gallery, at the Inner Harbor

A wonderful extension of Inner Harbor shopping, sightseeing, and good times, The Gallery, which some folks call The Galleria, is another shopping mecca located in the heart of downtown Baltimore.

Intersection of Calvert and Pratt Streets

The Gallery and Renaissance Harborplace Hotel in this Green Building

The Gallery in Baltimore's Inner Harbor

The Gallery is conveniently located near the center of everything -- at the heart of the Inner Harbor and downtown baltimore. Once you have exhausted all of the local sightseeing -- Science Center, Aquarium, ESPN Zone, the Convention Center, Orioles Park at Camden Yards -- what's left? SHOPPING, of course. And this is the place to start.

The Gallery and Renaissance Harborplace Hotel
The Gallery shares space with the very popular Renaissance Harborplace Hotel and an Investment Firm. CLICK the Photo to enlarge.
Harborplace and The Gallery face each other across Pratt Street. They are also connected by a Skywalk, so youy don't have to worry about traffic, which can be daunting at rush hour. Milliions of peoplehave been here to shop- Baltimore style.

The Gallery is a four-story mecca for teh serious shopper. There are nationally known "classy" stores mixed in among some neat local "Maryland-Flavor" shops that will provide you with some gotta-have items.

When your appetite begins to bug you, just head up the escalator to the fourth floor food court. All shopping malls have a food court, right? Right, but this one also has a VIEW!

The only hassle you may have to put up with is parking - if you drive to get here. There are public parking garages all over the place, but they tend to fill up during the middle of the day. So, it may be best to arrive early or late. But, there is even a multi-level parking garage in The Gallery building. What many visitors do, to avoid parking hassles, is to stay in a downtown Baltimore hotel -- where everything is within walking distance.

Calvert Street Entrance to The Gallery
C'mon in. Welcome to the green building, er, The Gallery.

Four-Story Atrium in The Gallery
Four stories of shopping and "eye candy" inside The Gallery.
Windows of the Gallery
A unique view of the Light Street Pavilion at Harborplace and the Hyatt Regency Hotel. from inside The Gallery.

Harborplace and the Amphitheater in the Baltimore Inner Harbor

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