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Old Port Exchange

Charming brick sidewalk and building curb appeal expresses itself best at Portland, Maine's, Old Port Exchange. One of the best models of urban revitalization, Old Port Exchange's mix of 19th century architecture bring a vibrant arts and entertainment, shopping and dining scene to what is now considered the "heart of Portland." The ultimate anti-cookie cutter shopping district, Old Port Exchange thrives on locally-owned, unique stores (one store sells only moose merchandise) and well-known but high quality regional places like Stonewall Kitchen. Colorful signs, even more colorful business owners and skilled street musicians (with the exception of a few) make the gas lamp-lit Old Port Exchange a New England destination you'll want to return to again and again.