Just one visit and it's easy to see why so many people add shopping to their list of reasons to come to Greater Portland. You won't have to spend a fortune on your vacation - but you just might want to.

Old Port District
The Maine Mall
Portland's Downtown District is lined with one-of-a-kind boutiques featuring Maine-made and imported goods. Stroll the cobblestone streets and duck into a cafe for a refreshment break. You'll find shops and galleries occupying revitalized warehouses with exposed brick and beams.
The state's largest shopping center, The Maine Mall located in South Portland with over 140 of your favorite stores and restaurants. The surrounding mall area contains many smaller shopping plazas and eateries, and all of it is just 10 minutes from downtown Portland.
Outlet shopping has become a major-league sport in Maine with Kittery Premium Outlets at the state's southern entrance and Freeport, just 20 minutes north of Portland offering scores of designer and brand-name outlets. Before your visit, check out our Discount Coupons, which will extend your budget.

Outdoor Outfitters

Pick up the latest gear for hunting, fishing, boating and camping, as well as clothing, to make your outdoor adventures comfortable and successful. L.L.Bean is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, so you can scratch that urge to shop anytime you want; check the store's website for special weekend events focusing on hunting, winter sports, paddling and biking.
Searching for a great souvenir of your visit? Look for quality Maine-made products fashioned by hand such as stunning textiles, baskets, and clothing created by the state's fiber artists. To truly bring home a piece of Maine, bring home a piece of exquisite tourmaline jewelry fashioned by Maine jewelers from beautiful gems unearthed in the state's western mountains.




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