Shopping & Galleries
Eastport invites you to find original gifts for your friends and gifts for yourself.
Shops and Galleries in Eastport:
207 Maine Gifts
32 Washington St.
We are a dual veteran owned small business specializing in items created in Maine, USA. We partner with local artists to showcase their amazing work on our coasters and trivets.
Crow Tracks Wood Carving Gallery
11 Water St.
Eastport's woodcarver Roland LaVallee carries on the Maine tradition of beautiful birds and quality craftsmanship. The CROW TRACKS wood carving studio has offered art lovers a wide variety of handmade carvings available at affordable prices since 1984.
The Christina Gallery
28 Washington St.
Paintings and fiber arts. Open by appointment, and during July 4th, Salmon and Pirate Festivals.
Eastern Maine Images
52 Water St.
Photographer Don Dunbar, owner of Eastern Maine Images specializes in capturing the unique beauty and wildlife of Down East Maine, particularly Eastport, the easternmost city in the United States. The gallery features the Don’s work on canvas wraps, metal prints, matted and framed photography, books, postcards and more. Also available at the gallery are the works and crafts of other artists ranging from jewelry to driftwood art.
109 Water St.
We are Eastport’s oldest gallery, a collective of local member artists and a constituent of the Eastport Art Center. During our season (June through September) we present a great variety of work, showing strong personal statements in many different mediums in two and three dimensions. Work on display is continually changing and we have a full schedule of one-person shows. Literary and music events often pop up on our back deck and online. Check the gallery’s website for business hours and calendar of events. Our online Virtual Gallery is open year-round with new artwork, cards and prints being added regularly.
(207) 853-4166 (summer only)
Harris Point Road
This year we will be focusing on flowering annuals only…..loads of hanging baskets, geraniums, and other popular varieties. We will also be making cemetery pans for Memorial Day, and decorative patio pans.
72 Water St.
Quality crafts hand made by locals.
Benefits the Border Historical Society, preserving several historic sites in the Eastport, Maine area including: Quoddy Dam Model Museum, Quoddy Craft Shop and the site of the Powder House at Fort Sullivan.
Full Fathom Five Gallery
66 Water St.
We are a fine art gallery whose primary objective is to provide a venue that is both enjoyable for our guests to view the artist's images as well as display the work of local artists, many of whom use photography as a medium
Moose Island Marine
5 Sullivan St. at the Breakwater
Moose Island Marine Inc. is the most easterly marine service and supply store store in the USA. Locally owned and staffed with over 40 years of experience in the business.
We stock materials and hardware for fiberglass,and wooden boat building, commercial and recreational fishing gear, Mustang safety gear, Grundens Foul weather gear, MUCK, LaCrosse and XTRATUF boots all at discounted prices.
Rod and Reel, Clam Hoe rentals, Nautical Charts, t-shirts, hooded sweatshirts, bait and ice for your summertime enjoyment.
Tohatsu outboards, Volvo Penta sterndrives, Yanmar auxillary diesels, Galvanized boat trailers and parts for all. The largest outboard and stern drive prop inventory around.
Raye's Mustard Store
54 Water St.
Stoneground specialty mustards, gifts and gourmet treats.
Phone: (207) 853-4451, (800) 853-1903
S. L. Wadsworth & Son
42 Water St.
Hardware, gifts, and apparel. S. L. Wadsworth & Son of Eastport, known as both the Nation’s oldest ship chandlery and Maine’s oldest retail business, has just entered its third century of operation. Founded in 1818 by Samuel Wadsworth, the business continues to be operated by the 6th generation of the same family that has called Eastport home since the beginning of the 19th century.
80 Water St.
A confectionery wonderland; homemade fudge, hand dipped chocolates, retro novelties, gourmet popcorn, nuts and sugar free delights.
(207) 853-3120, (207) 454-1100
The Commons Eastport
51 Water St.
The Shop at The Commons is filled with the work of over 90 local artists and artisans, everything from silk jackets to children's wool sweaters; from cast-pewter fish and whales to cards for all occasions; from silver jewelry to original paintings.
Two spacious gallery rooms contain a wealth of work by the very talented artists and artisans from our area. Each item is made locally and of the best quality. Come and shop for gifts, or pamper yourself with a unique souvenir of Eastport.
Eastport Breakwater Gallery
93 Water St.
Fine Arts in Downeast Maine. The Eastport Breakwater Gallery is located in one of Eastport’s downtown historic brick buildings. Since opening in 2009, the Gallery has offered a blend of original fine art, sculpture, folk art, unique crafts, and distinctive gifts.
The owners, Cynthia and Michael Morse, are artists themselves and are committed to showing established artists and emerging new talents. We represent over 35 artists and craftspeople with a focus on Maine. You will also find work from New England, New Brunswick and beyond. The Gallery is open from May through December.
John Smith Books
32 Washington St.
Antique, collectible and fine used books. Online, by appointment, and open during July 4th, Salmon and Pirate Festivals.
New to You Thrift Store
9 Brighton St.
The Thrift Store provides clothing and small household items at very reasonable prices. The items may also be given to persons in great need. Through the Greater Eastport Ecumenical Association, proceeds from sales are part of the effort which sponsors the Labor of Love Food Pantry, provides emergency heating assistance, holds ecumenical services during Advent and Lent, and does other good works in the area.
Pine Cone & Tassel
74 Water St.
A Down East emporium: art, vintage and home furnishing located in the historic water front of downtown Eastport, Maine.
(207) 853-3120, (207) 454-1100
Shops and Galleries Nearby:
International Buy & Sell
100 County Rd.
Handcrafted gourmet chocolates, baby alpaca garments, unique jewelry, and Maine-made products. Monica Elliott's culinary passion began in the family home when she was a child in her native country of Peru. Monica's father specialized in desserts and taught Monica how to create the traditional Peruvian filling used today in her bonbons and other chocolates.
6 Steam Mill Rd. Robbinston
Wrenovations Stained Glass Creations is an independent, family-owned and operated studio. In business since 1986, Mark & Arlene Wren pride themselves on their original designs, quality craftsmanship, excellent customer service and personal attention to every order.