Greenville's Best Shopping Malls, Centers and Districts Offer an Abundance of Options

One thing you won't find a shortage of in Greenville is places to shop.  From typical malls and centers, to districts situated along major thoroughfares, the options feel limitless.  Several locations across the Upstate offer familiar brand name shopping, with plenty of local and specialty retailers thrown into the mix.  

For instance, you'll find an eclectic collection of stores in downtown Greenville, from a moonshine merchant to boutiques selling comfy, coastal clothing.  And on ever-expanding Woodruff Road, there are sprawling centers filled with household names, and reflecting the resurgence in popularity of outdoor shopping malls.

Further showcasing Greenville's diversity, some of the best shopping can also be found in the antique shops lining at Augusta Street, just a short drive from another stop on our list: Greenville State Farmers Market.

Another thing you can be sure of when shopping in Greenville?  There are plenty of fantastic restaurants nearby should you need a drink or a bite along the way.



Although it's a 45-minute drive away, Gaffney Outlet Marketplace is the closest outlet shopping experience to downtown Greenville. Just down the road from the iconic Peachoid, Gaffney Outlet Marketplace is home to more than fifty stores, and...  Read More

Cherrydale Point


Just a short drive from both downtown Greenville to the south and Furman University to the north, this shopping center offers a plethora of familiar favorites. Tenants include Old Navy, TJ Maxx, Shoe Carnival, Bath and Body Works, Ross and...  Read More

Fairview Road


Greenville's explosion in population and popularity aren't limited to the city itself. Such nearby areas as Simpsonville have benefitted from that growth as well, and the now-bustling Fairview Road is unrecognizable from the farms and pastures...  Read More

Augusta Road


Augusta Road is the best of "olde Greenville" but with a modern twist. Graciously lined with trees and some sporadic homes, this mixed-use artery which links I-85 to downtown is also lined with fine boutiques, antique and consignment shops,...  Read More



Located just off North Pleasantburg, the State Farmers Market is a short drive from downtown Greenville. The market's main building sells produce such as apples, peanuts and tomatoes year-round, while a separate shed, open on Saturdays from...  Read More

Village of West Greenville


The spotlight is shone towards local artists in annual events like Artisphere and the Indie Craft Parade, but the Village of West Greenville is a year-round showcase of area talent. Teeming with studio space and galleries alike, its reputation...  Read More



This attractive shopping center is anchored by Lowe's, Best Buy, Total Wine, World Market, Barnes & Noble and several other superstores. Several free-standing brick buildings at the center of the complex house stores such as Ann Taylor Loft,...  Read More

Woodruff Road


Locals may remember the intersection of I-85 and Woodruff Road as the home of the former Greenville Mall, but Magnolia Park has achieved in a few short years what its predecessor never quite managed. Open, outdoors and reasonably walkable,...  Read More

Downtown Greenville


Greenville's downtown area has been revitalized, with Main Street comprised mainly of chic restaurants, trendy bars and stylish shops. Anchored by the Hyatt Regency on one end and the West End on the other, downtown is lined with huge, arching...  Read More

Haywood Road


Perhaps Greenville's most popular shopping destination, Haywood Mall offers over 150 stores. Anchored by Sears, JCPenney, Dillard's, Macy's and Belk, the mall's selection includes Gap, Sephora, Pottery Barn, Williams-Sonoma, Forever 21 and...  Read More