Shopping in Minneapolis
It boats the biggest mall of them all, neighborhoods with unique
boutiques, huge art fairs and a vibrant downtown retail district.
Plus, your pocketbook won’t empty as fast here: There’s no sales tax on clothing and shoes Minnesota.
So where do you start? Mall of America
The "mall of them all" is the ultimate shopping destination.
Santa is available to meet and greet the kids from mid-November through Christmas. Eve,
when he is otherwise engaged. Shops, bars and restaurants run holiday specials.
Camp Snoopy gets geared up every year for New Year’s Eve and Christmas celebrations.
If the kids are home in their beds, be visit the fourth floor bars and nightclubs.
Hop from bat to bar all night long on New Year’s Eve. Downtown Shopping
If you’re not in the mall mood, head downtown and explore hip
shopping destinations like Gaviidae Common and City Center.
Take a stroll down Nicollet Mall awash
in glittering holiday lights. Downtown is linked by the skyway system,
a fully enclosed above-ground walkway that links most hotels and shopping areas.
Enjoy the holiday cheer while shopping-controlled bliss.
Hundreds of retail outlets- including the flagship Marshall Field’s,
Saks Fifth Avenue and Neiman Markus- packed in a couple city blocks.
Normally out of the ordinary, it’s full of funky shops, fun people and fabulous finds.
50th & France: The charm of a traditional village-shopping square goes upscale
with distinctive shops and dining.
Discover one of a kind at places like Bobby Bead, one of the largest bead stores in the United States.
Peruse Calhoun Square with dozens of stores
like Kitchen window, named "Best Independent gourmet Store" in the United States,
and Bay Street Shoes, often cited at the area’s best shoe store.
Or get pampered at Litespa, a swank salon.
Mall Of America