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Havre de Grace's shops are about 7 blocks north of the promenade. Though it can be a pleasant walk along tree-lined Union Avenue or Market Street, it might be worth driving the short distance if it's a sultry day. Parking is free but limited to 2 hours.

Antiques shops dot Franklin and Washington streets. For furniture, stop at Bayside Antiques, 232 N. Washington St. (tel. 410/939-9397). Decoy fans will want to stop at Vincenti Decoys, 353 Pennington Ave. (tel. 410/734-7709). Chocolates are made on the premises at family-owned Bomboy's Home Made Candy, 329 Market St. (tel. 410/939-2924; www.bomboyscandy.com) and ice cream is served in their shop across the street. Pencilworks Gallery, 201 St. John St. (tel. 410/942-0040), offers the creations of local artisans, including jewelry, photography, and paintings.

Note: This information was accurate when it was published, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.