There are two Harborplace Pavilions, both of them being just feet away from each other. Harborplace Light Street Pavilion is located at 301 Light Street, Baltimore, MD 21202. The Harborplace Pratt Street Pavilion is located at 201 East Pratt Street, Baltimore, MD 21202. The Harborplace Pavilions are open from Monday through Saturday, from 10:00am until 9:00pm. They are open on Sunday from 12:00pm until 6:00pm.
The stores in the Light Street Pavilion include Urban Outfitters, Izone, World News, The Flag Shop, and the Best of Baltimore. Restaurants and eateries in this pavilion include The Fudgery, Phillips Seafood Restaurant, Jasmine Smoothie World & Tea, Hooters, and New York Deli. The stores in the Pratt Street Pavilion include Sunglass Hut, The Body Shop, The Sport Shop, Savvy, and Crystal Cove. The restaurants and eateries in this pavilion include The Cheesecake Factory, Five Guys Famous Burgers and Fries, Marble Slab Creamery, and Uno Chicago Grill.
If you want to check out the locations and attractions nearby while you are out shopping, the skywalk in the Pratt Street Pavilion will take you right over to the Harborplace Gallery. If you are looking to avoid crossing a busy street, this may be a good choice from getting to one building to the other. Nearby stores include Best Buy and Barnes and Noble. You can also check out the National Aquarium in Baltimore, Port Discovery Children’s Museum, and The Maryland Science Center. All of these locations are within walking distance of the Harborplace Pavilions.
Are you visiting from out of town? There are quite a few nearby hotels to stay at. The Renaissance Harborplace Hotel is right across the street from the Pratt Street Pavilion. In fact, the escalator in The Gallery will take you right to the hotel. The Hyatt Regency Baltimore is right next to the Light Street Pavilion, and they are both connected together with a skywalk. Other nearby hotels include Sheraton Baltimore City Center Hotel, Days Inn Inner Harbor Hotel, and Hilton Baltimore. There is a cab stand located by The Harborplace Gallery, MTA bus stops through out the downtown area (as well as the light rail and subway), and the Charm City Circulator (which is a free bus that can be used around the area). If you are driving, there are a few parking garages through out the area.
The Harborplace Pavilions are great places to go shopping, grab a bite to eat, and to just get out for a little while.
Sources and more information:
The HarborPlace Mall: The Light Street & Pratt Street Pavilions
MTA Maryland (to find nearby bus stops)