The Gallery Mall

4.1 Currently Open [Closes at 09:00 pm]
  • Address: 200 E Pratt St, Baltimore, MD 21202, USA, United States
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  • Timings: 12:00 pm - 06:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +1-4103324192
  • Tags: Mall, Family And Kids

Overlooking the Patapsco Rivera and the Inner Harbor, The Gallery Mall is a fantastic shopping retreat for the shopaholics. From clothing and accessories to electronics and entertainment, from health and beauty to sports and fitness, there is something for everyone in this sprawling shopping complex. GapKids, T-Mobile, Bath & Body Works, Nail Trix, Perfume Empire, Pandora, Johnston & Murphy, Forever 21, La Mesa and Sports Unlimited are some of the renowned brand outlets here and you will get huge stocks with great varieties to choose from.

How to Reach The Gallery Mall

  • Bus 71 to stop - CALVERT ST between PRATT ST & LOMBARD ST nb
  • Bus Purple to stop - Inner Harbor

  • The Gallery Mall Address: 200 E Pratt St, Baltimore, MD 21202, USA, United States
  • The Gallery Mall Contact Number: +1-4103324192
  • The Gallery Mall Timing: 12:00 pm - 06:00 pm
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The Gallery Mall Reviews & Ratings

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  • So glad i had a chance to taste these delicious shakes and I actually was pleased that the place was clean and very customer friendly. I will come back and would recommend to my friends and family. I like to be open and honest with all my reviews so please do not be offended by any harsh words if I happen to speak negative about an establishment. I wanted to give my review in hopes that others trust my opinion and understand I am 100% bias. I am Third Hawkins and my business is A360Xperience where we provide 360 #d Tours of business and real estate.

  • its really an amazing place to shop. some incredible stores with great selections of items. very family friendly and a awesome food court.

  • I love coming down here and also bringing visitors from out of town here. It's such a lovely area in which to walk around and people-watch, shop, eat, go to a museum or perhaps the National Aquarium. Take a boat around the area or ride a paddleboat if you have the leg strength (I don't!) and just enjoy being part of the very first festival marketplace in the U.S. as envisioned by James Rouse. It's a lovely place to be.

  • its really an amazing place to shop. some incredible stores with great selections of items. very family friendly and a awesome food court.

  • This place used to be amazing with many local niche storefronts and restaurants. Now a shell of its former self. Occupied by a few big box stores that carry none of the cities charm.

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