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Cincinnati is a diverse, interesting city and the shopping scene reflects that.
One of the best places to shop in Cincinnati is also the oldest. Findlay Market is the oldest continuously operated public market in Ohio, in operation since 1855. The colorful market is located in the Over-the-Rhine neighborhood and offers tours in which you learn more about the history of the market and shops.
While in Over-the-Rhine, check out the growing shopping scene in this beautifully restored historic district.
Cincinnati is also home to several shopping malls, both indoors and out, that feature popular retail chains as well as some independent stores. The most popular are Kenwood Towne Centre, Rookwood Commons and Cincinnati Premium Outlets.
Antique lovers will find a large mall just for them: Ohio Valley Antique Mall is the area’s largest with over 450 dealers.
Two notable unique stores also made the list. Jungle Jim’s International Market is a grocery store that is an attraction, in and of itself. Indigenous is a handcrafted gallery filled with the work of over 150 artists, mostly local and regional.
Where you’re shopping for clothing, accessories, home furnishings, specialty items or culinary delights, you’re sure to find it in one of Cincinnati’s many shopping areas.