Discover Durham’s unique shopping opportunities, from the Downtown District including Brightleaf to the Ninth Street District, where funky merchandise and unexpected treasures abound. But the galleries, antique shops, and specialty gift stores aren’t limited to those areas – you can find dozens of distinctive shops and boutiques sprinkled in neighborhoods and shopping centers throughout Durham.
In addition, major retail centers include the Streets at Southpoint, a super-regional mall named by USA Today as one of the nation's “10 great places to spend it all in one place,” to the family-owned Northgate, a regional mall whose unique shops and full-size nostalgic carousel have made it a Durham landmark.
Browse all of Durham’s shopping options in the listings below.
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Custom framing with a gallery of prints and original art.
Saturday morning outdoor arts and crafts festival, with local artists, food trucks, and live music! Offers jewelry, pottery, clothing, home decor, fiber arts, fine arts, and more, all located right …
Civil War books and reproduction items.
Buys, trades, and sells used books and records.
Built in the early 1900s to store and age the tobacco produced by the American Tobacco Company and on the National Register of Historic Places, Brightleaf Square consists of two separate warehouses …
The Brothers Vilgalys, Durham's first distillery, launched with the production of Krupnikas, a spiced honey liqueur. Krupnikas can be purchased at ABC stores in North Carolina. It is made from North …
Personal-care products manufacturer; uses beeswax and oils to make items such as lip balm and hand salve. Order online.
American, English, and French antique furniture.
Features work by Durham and NC artists, including painting, sculpture, pottery, and photography.