Enjoy New England's many outlets and scenic and historic shopping destinations.

The ideal gift or vacation souvenir is waiting for shoppers at New England’s many boutique shops, factory outlets, specialty food stores, and fine craft stores. In New Hampshire, for instance, the League of New Hampshire Craftsmen sells unique fine crafts in several retail locations. Country stores and general stores sell nostalgic toys, household goods, and old-fashioned treats. Outlets in every state offer national brands for clothing and household goods. Outdoor gear choices are extensive at Maine’s Kittery Outlets and L.L. Bean. Museum shops, as in Connecticut, are a wonderful source of artistic gifts. Faneuil Hall Marketplace in Boston invites shoppers to explore marvelous gifts and foods. Food gifts are delicious reminder of the local food culture.

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Shopping in Central Vermont - Your Place in Vermont - Okemo Valley
Okemo Valley - Your Place in Vermont

There’s something – from antiques to artwork – for every shopper in valley towns

Visitors who flock to the Okemo Valley are seeking unique experiences, accommodations – and shopping! In between your trips up and down the slopes or across the lakes, you’ll want to take time out to explore the region’s many special shops and galleries. Seek out one-of-a-kind jewelry, pottery, fashions, and handcrafted local and regional artwork from paintings and photography to handblown glass and wood furniture. It’s Vermont, so you won’t want to leave without visiting a maple sugar house, a cheese shop or a craft beer brewery. Old-fashioned country stores offer must-have souvenirs and homemade fudge, and local farms sell fresh produce, meat and other products. From tea emporiums and antiques markets to Christmas shops, the Okemo Valley has something for every shopper.
Publick House Historic Inn On the Common Exterior Sturbridge MA
Publick House Historic Inn On the Common

277 Main Street - Route 131 Sturbridge, MA, 01566 Phone: 508-347-3313 Toll-Free: 800-782-5425

Bring home a gift they’ll really love, like items from an historic inn’s bake shop

This time, don’t bring home a T-shirt from your vacation: Bring a pie, a box of pecan sweet rolls or a dozen delicious raspberry-filled cookies. At the Publick House, the welcoming historic inn in Sturbridge, every day in the 18th century Bake Shoppe is baking day. Out of the Yankee ovens come irresistible pastries, breads and cakes. Other ideas for that special culinary gift: a selection of jams, relishes – and scrumptious apple butter. In addition to its to-go fridge, with take-home comfort food, the shop also has a selection of New England cookbooks and gifts. And don’t leave without giving yourself a little treat, like one of those sweet rolls and a perfect cup of coffee.
The Dinosaur Place at Nature's Art Village gifts Oakdale CT
The Dinosaur Place at Nature's Art Village

1650 Hartford-New London Tpke. (Rt. 85) Oakdale, CT, 06370 Phone: 860-443-4367

Selection of gifts at this dino-centric village is huge, from toys to home decor, fossils, jewelry

The gift selection at The Dinosaur Place at Nature’s Art Village is, in a word, gigantic. Art glass and other home decor items can be found at the Artful Gift Shop, and all sorts of toys and games (including everything dino, of course) are on the Ageless Toy Shop’s shelves. The Absolute Bead Shop is the largest beading supplies shop in New England, and jewelry is one-of-a-kind at the Artistic Jewelry Shop. Seeking something really unique? Check out the A to Z Mineral Shop for crystals and minerals or the Ancient Fossil Shop for fossils from every corner of the globe. And don’t forget the PAST Antiques Marketplace, with an ever-changing inventory of antiques, collectibles and crafts on two floors.
Warwick Mall Gift Cards - Warwick Office of Tourism - Warwick, RI
Warwick Mall

400 Bald Hill Road Warwick, RI, 02886 Phone: 401-739-7500

Warwick Mall is a very large, enclosed shopping mall anchored by Macy’s, JCPenney, Old Navy, Target, Nordstrom Rack and Jordan’s Furniture. It is easily accessible from Route 2 and I-95. If you want variety in your shopping, an attractive environment, and several places to dine during your shopping excursion, you’ve come to the right place. The mall is on bustling Route 2, with lots of other shopping venues, thus earning Warwick the nickname Retail Capital of Rhode Island. In addition to two large malls, 200 other shops and restaurants along Route 2 are ripe for exploration.
Ladies Shopping - Stonington Borough Merchants - Stonington, CT
Stonington Borough Connecticut

Stores and boutiques in this charming village want to help you get everything on your gift list

Shopping for someone special? The eclectic array of shops and boutiques in Stonington Borough will surely have something one-of-a-kind to help you make those checks on your gift list. There’s custom-designed jewelry with coastal flair, colorful textiles, period and vintage furniture, unique home decor items and fun and functional pottery. Looking for something for little ones? Check out toy shops and a children’s clothing boutique. Head over to the Velvet Mill for unique crafts and artwork, an artisanal bakery and a nano brewery. (The mill also has a great farmer’s market on Saturday mornings that includes handmade soaps, jewelry and kitchen wares.) From cutting-edge fashion boutiques to wine shops, this welcoming village has it all.
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Kingston Collection

101 Kingston Collection Way Kingston, MA, 02364 Phone: 781-582-2445

This easily accessible mall means you can shop without the drop

Kingston Collection is anchored by some of the nation’s most popular brands for shopping and entertainment: Macy’s, Target and Regal Cinemas. You’ll find everything from clothing and accessories, footwear, cell phone services, electronics and even axe throwing! Bar Rustic and PiNZ offer sit down dining in addition to a food court. Specialty boutiques make the shopping fun: Victoria’s Secret, Hollister, American Eagle, Yankee Candle Company, Newbury Comics and Famous Footwear Outlet. Access is off Route 3 in Kingston and the commuter rail line between Boston and Cape Cod makes the travel even easier. Visit our website and follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter for a complete directory of stores, ongoing specials, promotions and a calendar of events.
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Colony Place

174 Colony Place Plymouth, MA, 02360 Phone: 508-746-7663

Plymouth Colony has its own special shopping place

Colony Place - located just minutes from downtown Plymouth and the many historic attractions - Colony Place is a beautiful outdoor shopping center with over 50 stores and restaurants. Fashion, sporting goods, home goods, pet needs, electronics, even groceries - make Colony Place the One Place for Everything! Easy in and easy out plus plenty of free parking.

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September on Main Street - Historic Wethersfield, CT
Historic Wethersfield

From country stores to coffee roasters, historic Wethersfield is a delight for shoppers

From cozy antiques shops to coffee roasters and country stores, there is something for every shopper in historic Wethersfield. One of the delights of a vacation is bringing home discovered treasures. In Wethersfield, you can bring home that hard-to-find old-fashioned candy, a one-of-a-kind piece of handcrafted gold or silver jewelry, fine teas, vintage clothing, work from local artists – even packages of heirloom seeds. From country wares to current fads, the shops along Main Street feature an intriguing assortment of items. And don’t forget the museum shops for special gifts or the many in-season farmer’s stands and the farmers market for the freshest foods and artisanal products. Stop by the visitor’s center for more information.
Shopping Bounty - Mt. Washington Valley Chamber - North Conway, NH
Mt. Washington Valley Chamber of Commerce

Something for every shopper in these hills, valleys and village main streets

The shopping in Mount Washington Valley is as eclectic as the region itself, ranging from one-of-a-kind boutiques selling unique handcrafted items to shop-til-you-drop outlet centers featuring the most popular name brands. Pick up some local art in Franconia, stroll in and out of intriguing emporiums in North Conway, visit the world’s longest candy counter in Lincoln, go antiquing in Bethlehem or pop into The Brick Store in Bath, the nation’s oldest continuously operated general store. Take home craft beer at the region’s many breweries or wine from local vineyards. From maple syrup (of course!) to fine arts and fashion, the region features great variety and down-home customer service in its many shops and stores.