In Orlando, you can shop until you drop. There is no shortage of places to purchase clothing, gifts, or toys. Here is a sampling of malls in the area. For a lot more shopping see the Nightlife page.
Premium Outlet Shopping
Orlando Vineland Premium Outlets
8200 Vineland Avenue, Orlando
4951 International Drive, Orlando
Want to shop until you drop? Taking a day out of our theme park schedule to shop is a must for us. We like to shop at these outlet malls.
These outlet malls with many designer shops, such as Calvin Klein and Nike, at discounted prices. My favorite is the Vera Bradley Store. The Disney’s Character Warehouse are located in these malls and are the official Disney outlet stores. Get great souvenirs here at a fraction of the original cost!
Click on the title of each mall to see a full list of stores.
Other Outlet Shopping
5269 International Drive, Orlando
Lake Buena Vista Factory Stores
15657 S Apopka Vineland Road (State Road 535), Orlando
Additionally, there are other outlet malls in Orlando. I haven’t tried any of these malls but I include them here for you. You can click on the title of each mall to see a full ist of stores.
located at the intersection of Sand Lake Rd and
S. Orange Blossom Trail
This is Central Florida’s largest mall and has Saks, JC Penney, Dillard’s, Nordstrom, and lots of eateries. Be sure to stroll through the Food Court before lunch for lots of samples.
9101 International Drive
Pointe Orlando has a wide selection of goods from designer clothing to toys to gifts.
The Mall at Millennia
4200 Conroy Rd
Here you will find stores like Neiman Marcus, Bloomingdales,
Chanel, Tiffany, and many fine restaurants.
Celebration Town Center (Market Street) contains shops, restaurants, and other commercial establishments.
There is a water fountain that comes out from the ground for children to play in located next to the lake, surrounded by palm trees and benches.
See our blog post Celebration, FL