Holiday Shopping in Raleigh, N.C.

Dash to Raleigh to celebrate the holidays and the magical season at a destination that families fall in love with time and time again. Shop at local indie boutiques, specialty stores, festively-lit shopping centers, small-town main streets and downtown areas and more. Treat yourself to a wonderful getaway as you treat your loved ones to heart-filled gifts this season.


Shopping area highlights

If you're looking for shopping areas to get some one-stop shopping knocked out (and have a blast while doing it), check out these local-favorite places:

Brier Creek Commons is an open-air lifestyle center, combining sought-after national retailers with unique specialty shops,... View More

A Raleigh tradition. More than 100 unique and distinctive shops, cafés, restaurants and services. Stroll six city blocks and... View More

Home to three department stores—Belk, Dillard's and JCPenney, as well as Dave & Busters—and to great stores like Hollister, The... View More

Experience historic City Market, home to art galleries, restaurants and specialty shops. The original cobblestone streets are lit... View More

Crabtree Valley Mall is Raleigh's premier shopping mall with a unique mix of over 220 stores including Michael Kors, Lego, H&M,... View More

Lafayette Village is a European-style village in North Raleigh. Located on over six acres off I-540 and Falls of Neuse Rd., it... View More

Discover an eclectic mix of 130+ local shops, restaurants, world-class bars, spas and premier hotels. With stadium-style cinemas,... View More

Experience one of N.C.’s most spectacular shopping, dining and entertainment destinations. Shop one of the state’s few Saks Fifth... View More

Pam Blondin

Pam Blondin

DECO Raleigh

Pam's shop, DECO Raleigh, boasts a sharply curated collection of gifts and items from more than 80 local artisans and makers, as well as eclectic finds from around the world.

“With DECO, I wanted to create a sense of place. A lot of people have asked 'do we sell online?' We don't! Once they come to our store, they realize why.”