Shop local! Many Raleigh-based brands are located in the heart of the City of Oaks. For unique t-shirts, bags, koozies and more, House of Swank Clothing Company is creating fun designs with a nod to Raleigh and N.C. Need ideas on the spot? Pam Blondin’s DECO Raleigh is an excellent gift shop featuring all sorts of handmade cards, crafts, home decor and more. Finally, try on a perfect fitting pair of locally made jeans at Raleigh Denim Workshop—they are truly pieces of art!
North Hills Mall originally opened in 1960 was converted into Raleigh’s first enclosed mall in 1967. Locals who’ve been around for a while remember the mall is a go-to spot for shopping popular stores and for dining and mingling. And it’s come a long way since then, now as a giant open-air, walkable district offering more than 130 local shops, restaurants, bars, spas, a theater, an outdoor live music venue and more. This outdoor shopping area is located in Midtown Raleigh and includes nearly 100 stores such as Anthropologie, Target, J.C. Penney, REI, Ethan Allen, Fink’s Jewelers and more.
A Raleigh tradition with more than 100 unique and distinctive shops, cafés, restaurants and services. Stroll six city blocks and explore one-of-a-kind shops, specialty stores and national favorites. Plus, you can dine indoors or out!
Crabtree Valley Mall
The largest enclosed mall in the region, Crabtree Valley Mall boasts over 220 stores and is anchored by Belk, Sears, and Macy's. Find designer stores like Coach and Michael Kors, cute boutiques like Bevello and Francesca’s and fabulous jewelers like Bailey’s.
Triangle Town Center & Commons
A popular, two-level mall featuring North Carolina’s only Saks Fifth Avenue along with more than 150 specialty shops! Those include ALDO, Charlotte Russe, Charming Charlie, Dazzle Up, H&M, Jos. A. Bank, Macy’s and more.
Town main streets
A visit to the Raleigh area wouldn’t be complete without walking through a charming main street in one of the towns surrounding Raleigh. Go shopping in downtown Wake Forest at The Cotton Company, with more than 50 booths stocked with clothes, artisan products and local treats, or shop for antiques art and more at Cary's Ashworth Village.