Indianapolis is a wonderful place to shop. In fact, Forbes Magazine named Indianapolis one of America’s 25 Best Cities To Shop. With so many options, where do you get started? Let us help!
1. Calling All Mallrats
If mall shopping is what you are after, you are in luck. Indianapolis is home to several great malls. The Fashion Mall At Keystone is one of the largest malls in the area and is where you’ll find many high-end retailers such as Anthropologie, West Elm, Nordstrom, and North Face. The Circle Center Mall is conveniently located downtown. It connects with several hotels via skywalks, so it’s a great place to kill some time if you are in town for a convention. Other malls in the area include the Castleton Square Mall, Clay Terrace and the Greenwood Park Mall.
2. Antiquing In The City
Are antiques more your style? Indy isn’t just all malls. There are an untold amount of antique and second-hand shops in the city. Perhaps the best areas to go antiquing are Fountain Square http://www.discoverfountainsquare.com/living-visiting/retail and Irvington http://shopirvington.com/antiques-collectibles-second-hand/. If you are really crazy about antiques, check out the Southport Antique Shop which was voted best antiques in 2013.
3. Little Boutiques
Are you a trendsetter and looking for items that no one else will have? Then you need to head to one of dozens of boutiques are the city. Start on Mass Ave and then head to Broad Ripple Village and the Carmel Arts and Design District. There you’ll find trendy, one-of-a-kind items, many of which are local or handmade.
So there you have it. Now what are you waiting for? It’s time to shop ‘til you drop, Indy style!