Where to Shop
From the old town feel of historic 6th Street to the international flavor of 7th Street and streets between and beyond, San Pedro has shopping and more that will entice everyone.
731-741 S. Pacific Avenue, Uptown
In the building at 731-741 S. Pacific Ave. in San Pedro's Uptown, you'll find history. Lots of history. It's San Pedro's time capsule and was constructed in the 1930s as the Montgomery Ward Department Store building.
Nowadays, it's the center of art deco elegance and much more in the area.
You'll find a theater style lobby, a train car club just like the real thing, a cabaret (that's sometimes known to host something like a speakeasy), and It's Showtime movie memorabilia and antiques--and even more. Just make an appointment or drop by on a first or third Thursday.
And allow plenty of time because there are also art galleries on site.
CRAFTED at the Port of Los Angeles is an all-year craft marketplace--and a whole lot more.
And it's conveniently located near the San Pedro Waterfront with free parking and admission.
Click here for a map to CRAFTED at the Port of Los Angeles
It's also a great venue for your events.
Free Parking and admission.
Open Friday – Sunday
11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
First Thursday of every month from 4-7 p.m.
112 E. 22nd St., Waterfront
Ports O' Call Village has many distinctive shops that you'll want to see.
Click here for a map to Ports O' Call Village
And while you're there, you'll want to take a harbor cruise on Spirit Cruises and dine at Ports O' Call Waterfront Dining.
Maral Designs is the fashion center of San Pedro. Located in the heart of the internationally-flavored San Pedro Downtown 7th Street Villageyou'll find what you need for wardrobe and for wonderful gifts.
Parkhurst Galleries features some of the world's finest art. And you can learn to Paint Like the Masters there, too.
The Grand Emporium: A treasure trove of music, film, and more.
Along Western Avenue you'll find the restaurants, shopping, and services you know and trust.
And for baby, toddler, mom, and home, check out Rok 'n' Ell in Weymouth Corner.
At Weymouth Corner you'll find a small town shopping village that you'll love.
Looking for vintage and collectible items? Check out Rosy Scenario in the Brown Brothers Building, 461 W. 6th Street, Suite 106, Downtown. It's open Wednesday through Sundays from noon to 5 and later on First Thursdays.