Did you know that Philadelphia was home to some of the finest furniture-making our country has ever known? Today you can find wonderful pieces at our city’s Antique Row. Or, for finds with a bit more bling, check out the shops that line the cobblestone streets of historic Jeweler’s Row. Center City Macy’s and King of Prussia Mall are just two places to find the latest in designer fashion and so much more. Plus, since there is no sales tax on clothing in Pennsylvania, you have one more reason to visit your favorite Philadelphia shops and boutiques. Best of all, it’s all so close to our beautiful hotel in Philadelphia.
Dig through treasures from toys, jewelry, rugs, and of course antiques, at this area filled with antique and collectible stores. There are also restaurants and various home-improvement shops here.
Explore hundreds of jewelers on colonial, brick-paved streets and experience the country’s best window-shopping. Here the showrooms offer a virtually unlimited selection of diamonds, precious colored stones, platinum and gold at greatly discounted prices. Many stores offer free parking and are open seven days a week. For the best prices and selection of diamonds and high quality jewelry, come take a stroll through a Philadelphia tradition.
King of Prussia Mall
The King of Prussia Mall is the largest shopping mall in the United States in terms of leasable retail space, offering over 400 stores including an endless selection of luxury department stores (Macy's, Nordstrom, Bloomingdale's, Lord and Taylor, Neiman Marcus), exclusive shops and sophisticated dining experiences.
Macy's Center City
With over 157,940 square feet of the latest trends in fashion and home décor coupled with nearly 100 years of retailing history, Macy’s Center City at 1300 Market Street–located in the historic Wanamaker building which opened in 1866–is a must-see destination for historians and shopping enthusiasts alike. Daily guided tours of the Wanamaker Building are scheduled year-round. Tour guides discuss merchandising, visual techniques, the history of Macy’s and, of course, the incredible history of this Center City location.
Reading Terminal Market
Unique, handmade pottery, jewelry and crafts from around the world. The hustle and bustle of a multitude of diverse people. It’s all here in Philadelphia’s historic farmers market, Reading Terminal Market. An exhilarating selection of baked goods, meats, poultry, seafood, produce, flowers, ethnic foods, cookware and eclectic restaurants are peppered throughout the Market.
Rittenhouse Row is home to Philadelphia’s most exciting shopping experiences. Our district’s mix of national retailers like Anthropologie, Urban Outfitters and Barneys Co-Op alongside local retailers and boutiques creates a dynamic shopping experience for both residents and visitors.
The Shops at Liberty Place
Located in the heart of the Center City business district, The Shops at Liberty Place offer exceptional shopping in an atmosphere that is truly one-of-a-kind. Over 60 shops and restaurants come together to offer upscale merchandise plus delicious delicacies to please your palate.
The stretch of South Street between Front Street and 7th Street is known for its bohemian atmosphere and its wide variety of shops and eateries of many different styles. South Street is one of Philadelphia's liveliest and eclectic streets. With over 300 stores and restaurants, South Street stays up late with many shops open from noon 'til midnight.
For more information about Philadelphia shopping, contact our concierge.