Grand Bahama Island

In the stores, shops, and boutiques in Port Lucaya Marketplace you can find duty-free goods costing up to 40% less than what you might pay back home. At the numerous perfume shops, fragrances are often sold at a sweet-smelling 25% below U.S. prices. Be sure to limit your haggling to the straw markets.

Shops in Lucaya are open Monday–Saturday from 9 or 10 to 6. Stores may stay open later at the Port Lucaya Marketplace. Straw markets, grocery stores, some boutiques, and drugstores are open on Sunday.

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  • 1. Leo's Art Gallery

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    This little shop showcases the expressive Haitian-style paintings and Bahamian impressionism of famed local artist Leo Brown, each piece with...Read More

  • 2. The Grand Gallery

    Art Galleries

    Rotating exhibitions and events showcase and sell work by local artists in a variety of mediums, including mixed media, watercolor, oil on canvas...Read More

  • 3. Treasure Nest

    Art Galleries

    In addition to displaying original artwork by well-known local watercolorist Sheldon Saint, this shop sells reproductions of his paintings on...Read More

  • 4. Hoyte's Art & Nature

    Art Galleries

    Hoyte's Art & Nature sells a higher quality of handicrafts than the straw markets and souvenir shops. Look for painted canvases and handbags...Read More

  • 5. The Glassblower Shop

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    The Glassblower Shop features the work of Sidney Pratt, who demonstrates his craft in the shop's front window. Mar.2015 All arcade shops inside...Read More

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