Shopping

Whether you like to shop with quaint local merchants or brand name retailers, Mississippi has what you’re looking for. Browse your way through a broad array of shops that include fine period furniture, unique imports and local arts and crafts. Stop by one of Mississippi’s luxury casino shops or ask a friendly local for directions to the nearest boutique. If flea markets are more your style, peruse tables of historical relics, oddities and knick-knacks in towns across the state. The town squares in beautiful places such as Oxford and Canton offer a variety of quaint, unique and unusual shopping destinations.


Shopping

No matter what you’re in the market for, there’s a place to find it in Mississippi. You can pick up a new pair of shoes, a slice of hoop cheese, a new coat, a saddle for your horse, fresh fruit or just about anything you need at Williams Brothers Store -- a unique emporium that’s been in the same brick building in the heart of Philadelphia for more than 95 years. Family-owned Biggers Hardware has been a Corinth institution since 1918 and still offers the same personal service and helpful advice they did a century ago. Our Mississippi artisans and local shop owners are proud to offer items that you can only find here.

If you’re on the lookout for well-known brands, you’ll appreciate how affordably you can purchase them at our outlet malls. J. Crew, Adidas and Le Creuset are just a few of the world-renowned companies that have retail stores in our outlets.


Antiques & Crafts

Antiques & Crafts

Mississippi craftsmen and artisans sell their handiwork at shops across the state. More than 1,200 of the state’s best food and gift items fill the shelves at The Mississippi Gift Company, located in downtown Greenwood. At Peter’s Pottery studio and retail store in Mound Bayou, you’ll find a delightful collection of stunning creations in their signature Bayou Blue glazes and other unique finishes. At Bay Crafts in Bay St. Louis, take in the contemporary American crafts, jewelry and metal sculptures created by over 250 craftsmen. If you’re in search of antiques, follow the Mississippi Antique Trail and take home a few one-of-a-kind treasures.

Markets

Markets

Mississippi is home to a number of different markets, including farmers markets, flea markets and seasonal specialty markets. Find a farmers market near you and learn about how your produce is grown. Often, you can sample products like honey, jam and baked goods made by Mississippi’s hard-working farmers. Flea markets such as the twice-per-year Canton Flea Market or the spring Kids Consignment Sale in Hattiesburg draw visitors from far and wide. In the winter, holiday markets pop up in communities around Mississippi, including the Junior League of Jackson’s large-scale Mistletoe Marketplace. We recommend that you stop in, chat with the merchants and buy a souvenir of your trip.

Outlets & Malls

Outlets & Malls

You’ll find your favorite brands at the conveniently located Outlets in Pearl, Vicksburg and Gulfport, all close to major interstate highways. In the greater Jackson area, stop by the Apple Retail Store in Renaissance at Colony Park, H&M at Northpark Mall and Whole Foods in Highland Village. There are plenty of other shopping centers and malls around Mississippi to meet all of your retail needs.

Specialty & Boutique

Specialty & Boutique

Mississippi’s specialty stores and boutiques offer a local flavor that you won’t find anywhere else. If your tastes run toward crystal, pottery, china and other gifts, look into Oxford Floral, just north of the historic town square. For pottery, luggage, linens, lamps, garden décor and a full-service wedding and home registry, Starkville’s own Giggleswick Village is filled with creative boutiques to please every taste. The burgeoning arts district in Vicksburg is home to the Attic Gallery, which showcases local artworks in an array of media. Clothing boutiques like Libby Story and Material Girls are well-known for setting fashion trends.




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