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Where to Shop in Orlando, Florida

Picture of Melissa Sherrard
Updated: 28 January 2018

When you think of Orlando, Florida, you probably consider it as the “Theme Park Capital of the World” rather than a shopper’s haven, but The City Beautiful is home to a wide array of shopping options for budgets of every size. To help you choose the best among the markets, malls, and outlets of Central Florida’s metropolis, here’s our guide on where to shop in Orlando, Florida.


Orlando International Premium Outlets

The sprawling complex has two components: the main center and its separate Outlet Marketplace Center with 20 stores. The Orlando International Premium Outlets, located on the north end of International Drive, is the biggest shopping complex in Florida, offering more than 180 shops, including name-brand stores such as Coach, Guess, Neiman Marcus, Nike, Polo Ralph Lauren, Victoria’s Secret, and Vans. The Orlando International Premium Outlets is an upscale, open-air mall that covers a vast, two-part complex that’s bound to have something for every shopper.

Orlando International Premium Outlets, 4951 International Dr, Orlando, FL, USA, +1 407 352 9600


The Mall at Millenia

For a shopping experience that lets you enjoy the Florida sunshine and the comforts of AC at the same time, The Mall at Millenia in Orlando is just what you need. It is a modern, upscale indoor shopping mall that features a beautiful glass ceiling unlike any other in the city. The Mall at Millenia is home to more than 150 stores, including Ann Taylor, Macy’s, Sephora, and Williams-Sonoma, and high-end, luxury brands such as Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Prada, Tiffany & Co., and Emporio Armani.

The Mall at Millenia, 4200 Conroy Rd, Orlando, FL, USA, +1 407 352 9600


Pointe Orlando

Pointe Orlando is an outdoor shopping center located just off International Drive in Orlando. It features a bevy of specialty shops as well as name-brand stores, including Bath & Body Works, Hollister Co., Tommy Bahama, and more. After the stores close, Pointe Orlando is abuzz with nightly music and entertainment at its movie theater, comedy club, and restaurants.

Pointe Orlando, 9101 International Drive, Orlando, FL, USA, +1 407 248 2838

Central Florida Fairgrounds Farmer’s and Flea Market

One of the biggest flea markets in Orlando happens every Saturday and Sunday at the Central Florida Fairgrounds from 7:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. both days. You’ll find more than 300 vendors ranging from local artisans to globe-traveling merchants at this weekly event.

Central Florida Fairgrounds Farmer’s and Flea Market, 4603 W Colonial Dr, Orlando, FL, USA, +1 407 868-1870


The Florida Mall

Spanning 1.7 million square feet and housing more than 250 retail shops and restaurants, The Florida Mall is Central Florida’s biggest indoor shopping center. The mall features brand retailers such as Apple, Banana Republic, H&M, and Michael Kors, as well as exclusive locations for American Girl, the M&M’s® World store, Carlo’s Bakery, The Disney Store, and the Crayola Experience attraction. The upscale mall also features an on-site hotel, conference center, and two children’s play areas.

The Florida Mall, 8001 S Orange Blossom Trail, Orlando, FL, USA, +1 407 851 6255


OBT Flea Market

Unpretentious and affordable, the OBT Flea Market is a great place to go shopping in Orlando if you’re a fan of flea markets. It’s a clean, spacious outdoor market that features dozens of vendors in covered stalls every weekend.


Winter Park Village

Winter Park Village is an upscale outdoor shopping complex in the affluent northern suburb of Orlando, and it offers a variety of high-end boutiques. The open-air “main street” layout, complemented by trees and park-like landscapes, provides a relaxing shopping experience. In addition to