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Whether you are in search or a perfect souvenir from Bean Town, or in need of a new dress to wear to dinner, shopping in Massachusetts lends something to everyone. From high-end boutiques on Newbury Street, to casual beach shacks on Martha’s Vineyard, tempt your impulses and enjoy a shopping spree like no other. Score huge deals at the many outlets, or find a hidden treasure like the country’s first mobile vintage shop, Haberdash Vintage, the perfect store is just a drive away.
Shopping in the greater Boston area is truly an experience. There are unique shops planted on every corner, as well as malls, centers and souvenirs. One of Boston’s top shopping destinations in the Back Bay District, the elite Prudential Center spans 23-acres wide and 52 floors high. The Prudential Center houses everything from office space, a Skywalk Observatory, Boston Duck Tours, top restaurants, Boston Sports Club and a premier shopping destination at its base. The Shops at Prudential Center are filled with over 70 unique retailers and fine department stores with the latest fashions, including Vineyard Vines, Ann Taylor, Saks Fifth Avenue, Sephora, Kate Spade, and Barnes & Noble. There are also a wide variety of restaurants to dine at while visiting the Prudential Center, ranging from fast and casual bites, to fine dining.
Connected to the Prudential Center by a glass encased bridge, the Copley Place Mall offers two stories of high-end retail stores, including Neiman Marcus, Tiffany & Co., David Yurman, Barney's New York, and Tory Burch. Built to impress, the marble columns, shiny floors and pavilion area make this a perfect atmosphere to shop in. Dine at one of the many restaurants in between purchases, as Copley Square offers something for everyone.
For those who are touring the sites of Boston, make your way to Faneuil Hall. Referred to as the Cradle of liberty, this popular stop on the Freedom Trail has served as Boston’s festive marketplace and meeting hall since its conception in 1742. Faneuil Hall is located near Boston’s waterfront, and contains small shops, eateries that have a distinctive Boston taste, and a variety of meeting rooms that once were the site of several speeches by Samuel Adams and John F. Kennedy. On the top floor, the museum of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company of Massachusetts, is located, for added historical flair.
For a premiere shopping experience, head to the fashionable Newbury Street in Boston's Back Bay. This prime address fuses quirky boutiques, salons, trendy restaurants, refreshing spa’s and happening art galleries, spanning over eight blocks of Boston. Newbury Street is where you want to go for just about a little of everything. This prestigious locale is a direct expression of individuality and charming personality due to its wide sidewalks, urban appeal and elaborate storefronts.
From spooky accessories in Salem to big malls in the North Shore, find your fashion for the best shopping just North of Boston. Lynfield’s MarketStreet offers a vibrant mix of over 80 national retailers and local boutiques, a dozen of innovative restaurants, a Whole Foods Market, and Kings Bowl America. With a lively event calendar all year long, there’s always something going on in between shopping at stores like Tommy Bahama, Apple, FatFace UK, lululemon athletica, Nike Running, Hanna Andersson, Tumi, Pink Parkway, The Paper Source and Vineyard Vines.
Located in Burlington, Massachusetts, the Burlington Mall is a two-story high-end classic shopping mall, filled with iconic stores such as Lord & Taylor, Macy's, Nordstrom, Sears and Primark, and more than 185 specialty shops including Anthropologie, The Apple Store, Burberry, Kate Spade New York, Keurig, lululemon athletica, Michael Kors and Microsoft. Refuel and satisfy your cravings at the food court, or treat yourself to a dining experience at Besito Mexican Restaurant, The Cheesecake Factory, Johnny Rockets, Legal Sea Foods or Uno's Chicago Grill.
From antiques and craft shops in Cape Cod, to premier outlets in Wrentham, find the perfect shopping experience for whatever you seek. For huge savings on the best designer wear, make your way to New England's largest outdoor outlet shopping center, The Wrentham Village Premium Outlets. With over 170 exciting brand name stores ranging from high-end luxury to family-friendly children's clothing stores, find everything you need and more. Shop at stores like Tory Burch, Kate Spade, Burberry, Bloomingdales the Outlet, Under Armour, Restoration Hardware, lululemon, and Michael Kors.
Plan a day of retail therapy and enjoy your time in Hingham with a visit to the Derby Street Shoppes. With major brand chains, unique and fun boutique style stores, and a generous selection of casual restaurants to fine dining experiences, expect to be entertained for hours. During the winter, check out the free ice-skating at Hidden Pond or relax and unwind at the Serenity Garden and the Bocce Court.
Located at Gillette Stadium, home of the New England Patriots, the Patriot Place shopping and entertainment destination has a general mass appeal due to the roar and cheer celebrating the beloved team. This outdoor mecca comes complete with a variety of shops like Bass Pro Shops, Victoria's Secret, Christmas Tree Shop, Reebok, and Patriots Pro Shop, and there’s an upscale movie theater, along with several restaurants to feast at.
Enjoy a shopping or antiquing voyage in Western Massachusetts, home of the Yankee Candle flagship store. Nestled in the beautiful Berkshires, discover Lee Premium Outlets, featuring over 60 name brand and designer stores including Brooks Brothers, Calvin Klein, Coach, J. Crew Factory Store, Lindt Chocolate, Nautica, Michael Kors, Sunglass Hut and Under Armour, just to name a few. Unlike other outlet malls, its quaint New England village design will make this shopping journey transcend to new heights.
When in Western Massachusetts, complete your shopping excursions with a trip to a general store. Brookfield Orchards in North Brookfield is a hidden gem offering candles, antiques, collectibles, candies, jams, maple products, books, crafts, maps, toys, Vermont Cheddar Cheese and just about anything else you can think of.