last minute prices in advance


Atlanta, Georgia, USA

User Reviews (2)

Atlanta Shopping

Atlanta shopping offers visitors a wide selection of choice when it comes to purchasing items for you or for friend and family back home. Dedicated shopping zones and great malls all feature the latest trends and fashions.

Shopping Areas
When looking for retail stores like Neiman Marcus, Gucci, Barney’s and more, be sure to visit Buckhead, just a few miles north of downtown.
Visit the newly designed Midtown Mile, a stretch of Peachtree Street for more retail shopping in a well-known district.
Atlantic Station features many little boutiques, cafes and restaurants that are hip to do your Atlanta shopping in, while over in the neighborhoods of Little Five Points and Virginia Highlands you’ll discover diverse neighborhoods filled with boutiques and chef-run eateries.

Shopping Malls
The local malls are a great place to do your Atlanta shopping, as you’ll find everything you’ve been searching for on your trip in one place. You can visit Cumberland mall for great entertainment and dining where you’ll find over 150 great stores, or stroll through the Mall at Peachtree Center to find over 70 name brand and specialty stores. Visit the mall with some Hispanic flavor at the Plaza Fiesta to do your Atlanta shopping, and enjoy a variety of unique specialty shops, or browse through Lenox Square Mall, one of the most exclusive shopping malls in Atlanta that boasts nearly 250 specialty stores. Be sure to visit Phipps Plaza for world-class shopping and some fine dining, or cruise through Perimeter Mall to find Mac Cosmetics, Sephora, J. Crew and Crate and Barrel to name a few.

Your Atlanta shopping excursion may include a long list of gifts to buy so be sure to pop into spots like the Monkey Basket to find gifts for nearly anyone. The Gift Box is great if you’re looking for artistic gift baskets, balloons or unique flower arrangements, or Puff ‘n’ Stuff for a large selection of gift items. You can find more elegant gifts at Beverly Bremer Silver Shop, where ornaments, frames and barware serve as gorgeous presents, and Boxwoods Gardens and Gifts has loads of nursery items as well as presents for nearly any occasion.

Art shoppers won’t be disappointed when doing their Atlanta shopping, as there are many little neighborhoods full of unique art pieces you’re dying to bring home. Visit stores like Farbel Glass Studios and Galleries if you’re looking for glass art work in the world’s largest torch working glass art studio, or pass through the Madison Gallery for 19th century and early 20th century European, American and British watercolors, paintings and sculptures. If you’re looking for the materials to make your own unique jewelry, be sure to have a look in Brina Beads.

Tip: The city’s neighborhoods are pedestrian-friendly if you’re scouring for great places to do your Atlanta shopping. You’ll discover many shops selling arts and crafts as well as little unique boutiques, thrifts stores, antiques and specialty shops.

You may want to include bargain deals in your Atlanta shopping experience, so check out Fox’s, or stop at Market at the Works where some of the proceeds go to charity.

No hotels available.

|    |    |    |    |