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With a wonderful mix of urban shopping districts and some of the nation’s largest retail centers, you’ll need an extra bag to bring everything home!
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A glistening specialty food emporium providing a veritable feast for the senses
The Di Bruno Bros. specialty store on Chestnut Street is an absolute must-see if you appreciate food. At all. Seriously. This place is very close to a boutique foodies heaven.
Charming countryside village just one hour from Philadelphia
Peddler’s Village offers small town, colonial charm just one hour from Center City Philadelphia. Explore 65 independently owned and operated specialty shops, six restaurants, a 71-room inn, family-friendly attractions and exciting annual events.
America’s oldest farmers’ market
Established in 1892 at 12th and Arch Streets, Reading Terminal is the nation’s oldest continuously operating farmers’ market. Today, this indoor foodie paradise is a one-stop shop for everything from local produce and meats to artisanal cheeses and incredibly delicious desserts and baked goods. It’s also home to the “best sandwich in America.”
Philadelphia’s oldest sports apparel company
Philadelphia-based Mitchell & Ness Nostalgia Co. has developed a major following creating and selling authentic, vintage-inspired sports apparel for over 100 years.
Macy’s downtown Philadelphia location is in a National Historic Landmark
Located in the historic Wanamaker building, Macy’s Center City is one of Philadelphia’s top shopping destinations with more than 100 years of retail history.
Premier shopping destination in Philadelphia and the Countryside
Brand loyalists and cost-conscious shoppers will feel right at home at the Philadelphia Premium Outlets.
A South Philadelphia mainstay since the 19th century
The South Philadelphia mainstay, thriving since the 19th Century, is a haven for lovers of food.
A curated boutique of Philly-focused gifts from local artists
Philadelphia Independents is an Old City boutique selling Philly-focused gifts like jewelry, handbags and housewares — all hand-crafted by local artists.View More
With fabulous locations in Center City Philadelphia and in Manayunk, Nicole Miller Philadelphia offers the latest in high fashion clothing & accessories.View More
Charming countryside village just one hour from Philadelphia
Peddler’s Village offers small town, colonial charm just one hour from Center City Philadelphia. Explore 65 independently owned and operated specialty shops, six restaurants, a 71-room inn, family-friendly attractions and exciting annual events.View More
The place for fabric in Philly
Fabric Row has continued to be a hub for textile-related businesses for over a century in Philadelphia.View More
A chic, sustainable fashion boutique in Fabric Row
Steel Pony is a sustainable fashion company that’s best known for its Bohemian chic women’s wear located in Philadelphia’s Fabric Row.View More
Shop 22,700 square feet of off-price apparel and signature accessories
The first Bloomingdales, The Outlet Store comes to the area, offering a whole, 22,700-square-foot floor of off-price apparel and signature accessories.View More
Antiques and art through the 20th century at the Navy Yard
April 15-17, 2016View More
The Philadelphia Antiques Show is one of the finest and most prestigious antique shows in the country. Back for its 54th celebration, this year’s show promises a wide display of furniture, fine and decorative arts, antique jewelry, folk art and more.
More than 55 popular shops and restaurants in an urban setting
Located in the middle of Center City’s shopping district, The Shops at Liberty Place feature more than 55 shops and restaurants in a chic, urban setting.View More
Awesome crafts of all kinds from creators citywide
December 18, 2016View More
Go West! Craft Fest is an annual gathering of many of West Philly’s best artisans and craftspeople that allows shoppers to discover new creators of clothing, jewelry, housewares, knitwork and more.
Get into the holiday spirit in the heart of Philadelphia
November 19-20 and 24 – December 24, 2016View More
Philadelphia will once again transform into a European wonderland for the annual Christmas Village, this year being held at City Hall.
French-founded gallery featuring art for everyone
Founded in France, Carré d’artistes brings its accessible, original artwork to Philadelphia. Offering unique and affordable artwork, the Philadelphia location of Carré d’artistes features more than 500 works from 15 artists.View More
Most affordable festival returns to West Philadelphia
September 8, 2016View More
The Baltimore Avenue Dollar Stroll is returning this year for an evening of live music and $1 deals.
Now known as Supper Sessions on the Avenue
Sip, savor and stroll your way through Mt. Airy during Street Fare, an evening of food and fun along Germantown Avenue.View More
Fair trade shopping in Center City
At Ten Thousand Villages on Walnut Street, shopping is a global adventure. Browse jewelry, accessories and home accents handcrafted by fairly paid artisans in developing countries around the world.View More
Spacious storefront featuring rare antiques, global arts, private events and more
Since 1993, thousands of savvy shoppers, designers and collectors around the country have taken inspiration and resource in Material Culture’s vast and constantly changing inventory of rare and unique finds.View More