Best Savannah, GA Shopping

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    10. Wright Square

    Many people stop by Wright Square, the city's second-oldest square, to visit a monument that memorializes famed Native American leader Tomochichi. The 17th-century Creek leader was a key factor in mediating peace...

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    9. Abercorn Walk

    Just a few miles south of Downtown Savannah, Abercorn Walk is one of the city's newest shopping centers and one of the nicest. Anchored by the gourmet grocery store Fresh Market, Abercorn Walk is a woman's dream,...

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    5. Oglethorpe Mall

    With more than 100 stores, a number of restaurants, a food court and free children's play area, the Oglethorpe Mall is the number one place for indoor shopping and dining in Savannah. Those looking to restock their...

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    4. City Market

    City Market is a favorite among visitors and locals alike. An ode to the original City Market, which was used by farmers and traders in the 18th century to sell their goods, the open-air market has a little bit of...

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    3. shopSCAD

    The Savannah College of Art and Design has not only breathed life into Downtown Savannah, it has also produced some of the most talented artists and designers in the country. ShopSCAD, a retail store operated by the...

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    2. Sandfly

    Historic Sandfly, a neighborhood near Isle of Hope, has quickly become one of the trendiest shopping destinations outside of Downtown Savannah. Norwood Market on Skidaway Road features several unique shops, among...

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    1. Broughton Street

    Hip boutiques, popular chain stores, galleries, unique gourmet shops and some of the city's best restaurants contribute to Broughton Street's reputation as one of the city's most popular shopping destinations. Two...

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About Savannah, GA Shopping

Once upon a time, Savannahians would head to Charleston or Atlanta if they wanted to do “real” shopping. Today, there’s no need to venture outside the city limits. Upscale boutiques offering designer duds have sprung up all over town, from the super cool Mint Boutique in Downtown Savannah to the hopelessly chic BlueBelle Boutique on the city’s Southside. Visitors who want to try their goods before they buy them will be delighted to find numerous gourmet markets and candy shops that offer free samples, among them The Cookie Shop @ Byrd's, the Savannah Bee Company, The Peanut Shop of Savannah and River Street Sweets. The stores are the perfect place to pick up gifts for friends and family back home. Antique lovers might be inclined to spend their entire vacation perusing Savannah’s numerous antique shops. Some of the best are located in the Downtown and Victorian districts of Savannah, with standouts Alex Raskin Antiques, Cobb’s Galleries and Jere’s Antiques offering rare and interesting finds and personable service. But perhaps Savannah’s best shopping can be found at the many galleries and art stores that are scattered throughout the city. From gorgeous paintings, photographs and sculptures at prestigious galleries such as Friedman’s Fine Arts and A.T. Hun Gallery to one-of-a-kind pieces crafted by Savannah College of Art and Design students and alumni, which are available for purchase at the shopSCAD store, art lovers will be pleased to find that Savannah’s selection of art is just as unique as the city itself.


About Amy Pine

Amy's thrilled to have the opportunity to share her love of Savannah with the world. A Savannah native, Amy has more than 15 years of experience as a writer and editor, and her work has appeared in numerous local, regional and national publications. Prior to launching a freelance career, she was executive editor at the Savannah College of Art and Design,...  Read more »

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