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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.

Shopping in New England
Vermont Teddy Bear Factory & Bear Shop Specialty Stores Shelburne VT
Vermont Teddy Bear Factory & Bear Shop

6655 Shelburne Road Shelburne, VT, 05482 Phone: 802-985-3001 Toll-Free: 800-829-2327

Find your Bear necessities at this one of a kind Bear Factory and store

Set in scenic Shelburne Falls, VT Teddy Bear offers factory tours and an incredible store. Our retail store offers Vermont Teddy Bear’s entire collection of loveable Bears and animals, including Collector’s Teddy Bears and the perfect cuddly, floppy Bear for all your adventures. One of our most popular products is the Make-A-Friend-For-Life area where you can design, build and stuff your own Bear!
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.
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

The Dinosaur Place really goes big with its unique shopping options

The shopping at The Dinosaur Place at Nature's Art Village is as much fun as encountering those life-sized dinosaurs! More than 90 antiques and collectibles dealers offer their wares at The PAST Antiques Marketplace, and the Absolute Bead Shop is the largest beading supplies shop in New England. The kids will flip over the selections in the Ageless Toy Shop and at the massive prehistoric dino skeletons in the Ancient Fossil Shop, where you can also buy fossils from every corner of the globe. Check out crystals and minerals, and the Fluorescent Mineral Gallery, at the A to Z Mineral Shop, one-of-a-kind jewelry at the Artistic Jewelry Shop, and unique home decor and gift items at the Artful Gift Shop. There really is something for everyone!
Shopping New 500x250 - Colony Place - Plymouth, MA
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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Ladies Shopping - Stonington Borough Merchants - Stonington, CT
Stonington Borough Connecticut

Satisfy your yen for eclectic shopping in this sweet seaside village

There’s a surprise in every shop as you stroll the seaside streets of Stonington Borough. Interested in antiques? Art? Meander through fascinating galleries and antiques shops with items from Roman coins to vintage furniture and paintings. At the Velvet Mill, each studio features something unique from local artists and artisans. How about clothing and jewelry? Stonington’s stores feature chic shoes, handprinted fabrics, cutting-edge fashion and hand-crafted jewelry from sterling silver to pieces with coastal flair. Home decor, fabrics, gifts and collectibles can also be found. And if you’re looking to score some fresh produce, a jar of honey, fresh-baked bread or homemade crafts, check out Saturday’s Farmers Market, one of the borough’s favorite shopping traditions.
Logo - Kingston Collection Outlets - Kingston, MA
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.
September on Main Street - Historic Wethersfield, CT
Historic Wethersfield

Shopping in historic Wetherfield is as unique as the town itself

As you walk down Wetherfield’s Main Street, past old homes, historic sites and tree-filled parks, you can’t help but be intrigued by the assortment of craft shops, galleries and stores. Stop in to peruse artwork, admire handmade crafts or try on custom-designed jewelry. Take a ceramics class or consider which frame will be perfect for your new painting. See if an antiques store has any items to add to your silver collection. Or just pick up those unique treasures that make vacation shopping so much fun. Some of the historic town’s museums also have gift shops for those special items. Stop by the Keeney Memorial Cultural Center for a map and a list of local attractions.
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

Shopping options galore at this historic inn and its surrounding area

There are plenty of shopping options for guests who stay at the Publick House, the historic inn (established in 1771) situated in equally historic Sturbridge. You can start with the inn itself, with its gift shop offering items that celebrate, as the inn does, all that is New England. And don’t forget the famous Bake Shoppe, with its decadent desserts and comfort food items to-go. At nearby Old Sturbridge Village, you can buy handmade goods from aprons to tin lanterns to items forged in the museum’s own blacksmith shop; and there are several interesting stores and boutiques scattered throughout the Sturbridge area, also known across the region for its antiques shops. (Be sure to check the website for the latest updates on health and safety protocols.)
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.