Enjoy the Best of Orlando Shopping This Spring

Springtime was made for shopping at Orlando’s malls, designer outlets and walkable retail districts.

Springtime was made for shopping at Orlando's malls, designer outlets and walkable retail districts.

Throughout Orlando, temperate springtime weather is calling you to get out and explore the destination's unique shopping opportunities. From perusing luxury brands at elegant malls, to grabbing unbeatable deals at factory outlets, or even browsing fashionable boutiques among tree-lined streets, here's your guide to spring shopping in Orlando!

The Mall at Millenia

Main Entrance to The Mall at Millenia in Orlando
Main Entrance to The Mall at Millenia in Orlando

From the latest gadgets to high fashion, you'll find it at this stylish, sophisticated mall less than 20 minutes from Universal Orlando Resort and SeaWorld Orlando. The focus here is high-end luxury, including retailers such as Apple, Bloomingdale's, Cartier, Gucci, Jimmy Choo, Kate Spade New York, Prada, Saint Laurent, Tiffany & Co., Tory Burch and many more.

Discover Top Luxury Brands at The Mall at Millenia in Orlando
Discover Top Luxury Brands at The Mall at Millenia in Orlando

All told, Millenia boasts more than 150 stores amid its 1.1 million square feet of space, with something for every taste. Complimentary WiFi and valet parking are also available, and the concierge desk offers personalized assistance from Visit Orlando representatives, plus currency-exchange services.

The Florida Mall

M&M’s World at The Florida Mall in Orlando
M&M's World at The Florida Mall in Orlando

Just 25 minutes from Walt Disney World Resort and Orlando International Airport, this is Central Florida's largest shopping center. Inside its 1.8 million square feet, more than 250 retail, dining and entertainment options await, including department and anchor stores such as Dick's Sporting Goods, Dillard's, JCPenney and Macy's.

Inside The Florida Mall in Orlando
Inside The Florida Mall in Orlando

The Florida Mall also has a wealth of best-of-brand retailers, including A/X Armani Exchange, Apple, Coach, H&M, MAC Cosmetics, Michael Kors, Victoria's Secret and ZARA. You can even shop at market exclusives like American Girl, Crayola Experience, The Disney Store and M&M's World.

Factory Outlets in Orlando

Orlando is home to three budget-friendly factory outlet malls where you can find designer brands minus the designer prices. They're all conveniently located in the tourism district.

Lake Buena Vista Factory Stores in Orlando
Lake Buena Vista Factory Stores in Orlando. Photo copyright: LBVFS

Lake Buena Vista Factory Stores: Just 1 mile from Disney, this outlet has 400 designer names in 50 village-style shops. In addition to Orlando's only Old Navy outlet, it has one of just four Rawlings Factory Store outlets in the world, as well as top names like Eddie Bauer, G by Guess and Tommy Hilfiger. It also offers free shuttle services to and from select hotels.

Orlando International Premium Outlets
Orlando International Premium Outlets

Orlando International Premium Outlets: Head to International Drive for this shopping center, which has 180 designer and brand-name outlet stores. Retailers include Calvin Klein, LACOSTE, Michael Kors, Neiman Marcus Last Call, Polo Ralph Lauren Factory Store, Victoria's Secret and White House Black Market.

Orlando Vineland Premium Outlets
Orlando Vineland Premium Outlets

Orlando Vineland Premium Outlets: Located about 10 minutes from SeaWorld and adjacent to International Drive, and regarded as one of the country's most upscale shopping centers, this Mediterranean-inspired shopping village features more than 160 luxury and brand-name stores. Highlights include Adidas, Calvin Klein, Levi's Outlet Store, lululemon athletica, Kipling, Skechers, Tommy Hilfiger, Under Armour and many more.

Walkable Outdoor Shopping Districts in Orlando

Disney Springs in Orlando
Disney Springs in Orlando

Disney Springs: Shopping possibilities continue to expand at Walt Disney World's dining, retail and entertainment district, with more than 100 stores available now and coming soon. In addition to World of Disney — the largest Disney character shop anywhere — and Star Wars Galactic Outpost, options include Coach, Free People, Lilly Pulitzer, Lucky Brand, Oakley and ZARA, to name a few. When you're done shopping, you can celebrate at numerous entertainment and dining hotspots, including many helmed by celebrity chefs.

Universal CityWalk in Orlando
Universal CityWalk in Orlando

Universal CityWalk: Serving as a centerpiece to Universal Orlando's theme parks, CityWalk offers the chance to buy rarified character collectibles at the Universal Studios Store. Other can't-miss retailers include Fossil, The Island Clothing Co. and Quiet Flight Surf Shop, among others. You can also enjoy a wide range of dining and entertainment while you're there.

Pointe Orlando: Part of International Drive, this district has an unbeatable combination of shopping, dining, nightlife and fun. Retailers skew toward younger tastes, such as Charming Charlie, Hollister, Tommy Hilfiger and Victoria's Secret. And with entertainment that includes WonderWorks, Main Event Orlando and Central Florida's largest IMAX movie theater, it's easy to keep the whole family amused between purchases.

Park Avenue in Winter Park Near Orlando
Park Avenue in Winter Park Near Orlando. Photo courtesy of City of Winter Park Communications Department.

Park Avenue: Get an entirely different look at Central Florida living with a visit to Winter Park's tree-lined main thoroughfare, featuring brick streets, historic buildings and a mini-version of New York's Central Park. Between Park Avenue and the nearby Hannibal Square, you can shop for clothing and accessories at national names like Alex & Ani and Lilly Pulitzer, as well as local favorites such as Tuni. You can also buy wine, high-end pet accessories, books, children's apparel and much more - then take stock of your new possessions at one of the area's highly rated eateries. Winter Park is about 20 minutes from downtown Orlando.

Thornton Park Neighborhood Near Downtown Orlando
Thornton Park Neighborhood Near Downtown Orlando

Downtown Orlando Neighborhoods: Neighborhoods in and around downtown Orlando have a host of eclectic retailers. Just north of downtown in Ivanhoe Village, you'll find antique stores, vintage clothing shops and one-of-a-kind gifts. Nearby College Park, where most streets are named after universities, has bespoke boutiques selling apparel, jewelry and more. And in Thornton Park, which is just east of Lake Eola Park, you can shop the latest trends in one of Orlando's most colorful neighborhoods. All of these districts also have ample nightlife and dining opportunities.

Shop Till You Drop in Orlando

You can get more tips on shopping in Orlando from our website. What's more, our Spring Break Savings promotion provides an additional 5 percent off our already discounted attractions tickets through April 1. Take advantage of it before time runs out — after all, the more you save on tickets, the more you can spend on a springtime shopping safari in Orlando!

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