In the 1800s, this port town established itself as a gateway for global trade. Catering to international travelers, sailors, fishermen, artists and one of the nation’s most diverse communities, San Pedro has always been a place of rich history, culture and authenticity.
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San Pedro has been a mecca of shipping and commerce since the early days of Los Angeles.
Your guide to shopping in San Pedro
Today, San Pedro’s locally-owned and family-operated shopping scene is full of hard-to-find and one-of-a-kind treasures. Shoppers come to town to buy a range of authentic wares that most notably include hand-crafted gifts, vintage furniture, antiques, art, vinyl records, skateboards, and authentic streetwear.
The District’s independent merchants are as diverse as the LA Harbor landscape. Stores and galleries line 6th and 7th street in the historic Downtown San Pedro. Crafted at the Port of Los Angeles is one of the Southland’s most popular permanent indoor craft marketplaces for art, clothing and accessories, gourmet accoutrements, indulgent bath products and locally handmade jewelry.
Well-known San Pedro bands were a fixture of L.A.'s 1970s punk rock scene, and visitors from around the world come to pay homage to the Channel Street skatepark under the 110 Freeway. So it’s no surprise that the District is a popular place for those looking to buy authentic skate, surf and punk clothing. clothing and recreational gear. Your next perfect purchase is just around the corner! The Outer Harbor is one of the country’s most popular windsurfing spots.
For a list of all our shops downtown, visit our Business Directory