Shopping Malls and Centers

Woodes Rogers Walk

For great views of the harbor and the massive cruise ships, Woodes Rogers Walk can't be beat. Running parallel to Bay Street, it also has a charming succession of little shops and market stalls where vendors sell vegetables, fish and, of course,...  Read More

This is the unmissable orange, yellow and white building at the entrance to the cruise ship port. The main tourism office and a post office are conveniently situated here, along with a plethora of colorful local arts, crafts, gifts and edibles....  Read More

Marathon Mall

A large mall, just like you probably have back home, with little boutiques, specialty shops, a movie theater and fast food. The anchor here is Kelly's Department Store, a 40,000 square foot mecca of housewares, hardware, electronics, toys, major...  Read More

Paradise Island
Marina Village
Photo courtesy of Chelle Koster Walton

Opened in 2005, this 65,000 square foot shopping and dining complex is reminiscent of a Caribbean open-air marketplace, with palm trees, colorful architecture and a lively atmosphere enhanced by regular performances by local musicians. Among the...  Read More

Paradise Island
Crystal Court Shops
Photo courtesy of Chelle Koster Walton

One of the Atlantis Resort's hubs for designer threads, Crystal Court has all the names you're looking for. Faconnable, Ferragamo, Versace, Cartier, Bulgari and Gucci are just a few of the boutiques, and there's also a John Bull shop. Bring the...  Read More

Paradise Island
Bahamacraft Centre

If you want to shop for Bahamian art and crafts but don't have a lot of time to go prowling through the city streets to look for the perfect item, this is the place to go! In one centralized location you'll find dozens of booths where local...  Read More