Best Shopping

From all the shops and stores in a city, 10Best narrows the options to those places with the most appeal and the best offerings. We deliver a carefully vetted selection to let you explore Edmonton shopping on your own. If time is really tight, though, and you don't have the leisure to look through all our offerings, we present our Best Shopping list for Edmonton. Here, we distill the best businesses down to a special selection of ten. These places promise a stellar experience and a taste of the city that you just can't miss.

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This tribute to extravagance is almost overwhelming in scale and spectacle. The mall shelters more than 800 stores and over 110 restaurants, but that's just the beginning. There's also a wave pool, a roller coaster, amusement park, a lake, ice...  Read More

This well-respected gallery began in 1975 and has grown into a leader in the field of aboriginal art. Its specialties are First Nations and Inuit art, including the work of Norval Morrisseau and Daphne Odjig. You'll find many original paintings,...  Read More

Westmount Centre

Once known as Westmount Shopper's Park, the present-day Westmount Centre opened in 1955 as Edmonton's first mall. Over the years the park expanded, but due to the construction of other new shopping malls, the area crumbled. Following a massive...  Read More

This gallery seeks to promote the heritage, and continuing creation, of crafts of all types. The merchandise is made in the province of Alberta (and elsewhere in the country) and draws on cultural traditions that have been learned from European...  Read More

Greenwoods' Bookshoppe

The well-established, independent Greenwoods' has been in operation for more than 25 years, and the staff and owners have the expertise to obtain virtually any book. In the store are sections devoted to every subject, from fiction, history and...  Read More


Gramophone specializes in classical music, and is managed by a man named Brian Taylor, who also happens to play with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra. You will not find a better or larger selection of classical CDs anywhere in Edmonton, or Canada...  Read More

Certainly one of the city's hippest addresses, this area is the main drag for Old Strathcona, an historic neighborhood that surrounds Whyte Avenue. It encompasses a host of trendy shops, restaurants and cafes, and is an ideal place to browse on...  Read More

Junque Cellar

The trendy and suitably named Junque Cellar is located in a basement level space on happening Whyte Avenue. Over the years it has earned a place in the hearts and homes of Edmonton's eclectic population, by stocking hip retro furniture and...  Read More

Lando Gallery

Founded in 1990 by art dealer Brent Luebke, the Lando is Edmonton's largest commercial gallery. Drawing on extensive experience, Luebke and partner Marie Olah specialize in 19th-century and contemporary art from Canada, the US and Europe. A full...  Read More

Alhambra Books

A second-floor shop overlooking bustling Whyte Avenue, Alhambra may be a bit off the radar for most folks, which makes it that much more appealing. Used books and collectible editions line the shelves, and you'll find particularly strong...  Read More

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