Shopping Malls and Centers

Go for convenience, accessibility, and selection. Those are the perks of Detroit's best malls and shopping centers. You can get in and out quickly and see a ton of things. Loads of local shopping options include high-brow and low-brow stores, along with food offerings should you need a drink or a bite along the way. Check out the wide variety at places like Eastern Market or Dearborn. Indoors or outdoors, there's a bounty to be had.

Village of Rochester Hills


Centered around charming, park-like areas and boasting tree-lined streets and colorful planting beds, this eminently appealing downtown district makes for terrific browsing. With approximately fifty shops and restaurants, the village isn't the...  Read More

Great Lakes Crossing


This enormous, one-level complex is fantastic for bargain shoppers because it has tons of outlet shops and a wealth of great sales. The mile-long shopping center has an oval racetrack-like layout, lots of anchors, a number of restaurants, a...  Read More



Little has changed at Detroit's historic Eastern Market, which, since 1892, has provided downtown shoppers with a terrific place to find fresh produce, meats, fish, and plants. The open-air market is open throughout the week, usually hanging on...  Read More

Twelve Oaks Mall


At upscale Twelve Oaks Mall, shoppers find a variety of ways to while away an afternoon, from the mall's 170-plus retailers to myriad restaurants and sweet shops. For fashion-conscious shoppers, Twelve Oaks offers the likes of Pottery Barn,...  Read More



Detroit's most well known ethnic neighborhood, Greektown includes Monroe Avenue and its various side streets. Aside from boasting the Motor City's most intoxicating night-life scene, Greektown hums with activity during the daytime, as people...  Read More



Check out its store directory, and you'll see that there are more than 160 reasons to stop by upscale Fairlane Town Center, whose contemporary design and natural lighting create a perfect environment for shopping. Anchor stores include Macy's,...  Read More



Originally built with Ford money, this expansive, versatile complex is now the world headquarters of General Motors. Its multi-cylindrical design is the most distinctive aspect of Detroit's skyline, and the Ren Cen, as it's affectionately...  Read More

Somerset Collection


For upscale shopping in the northwestern suburbs, these enormous complexes (North and South) are without parallel. Offering a wide range of options, from Saks Fifth Avenue and Neiman Marcus to Nordstrom and Macy's, Somerset Collection is a haven...  Read More

Birmingham Principal Shopping District


Downtown Birmingham offers a variety of shopping experiences, making it ideal for the entire family. A traditional "Main Street" atmosphere abounds, including pedestrian-friendly zones that allow shoppers to stroll past attractive storefronts...  Read More

Royal Oak
Royal Oak


A bohemian village located on the outskirts of Detroit, Royal Oak offers a fashionable selection of specialty shops, art galleries, antique stores, Parisian-style streetside cafés, and restaurants. Explore Main Street and its quaint side- and...  Read More