Enjoy shopping at Orlando’s upscale malls, value-priced designer outlets and walkable retail districts (Tren-D at Disney Springs® at Walt Disney World® Resort pictured).
Throughout Orlando, it's time to get out and explore the destination’s unique shopping opportunities. After all, Orlando is the sort of place where the world’s most coveted brands compete for your attention in wondrous settings that are more theme park than retail center, and where browsing the latest fashions can lead to unexpected discoveries. In short, we make shopping dreams come true like no other destination!
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From luxury brands at elegant malls, to unbeatable deals at factory outlets, and fashionable boutiques among tree-lined streets — all within a 15-mile radius of our tourism district — here’s your guide to shopping in Orlando!
Please note: Due to current health and safety precautions, many of Orlando’s top shopping centers and districts are currently closed but are permitted to operate at 25% of maximum building capacity as of May 4, 2020. Please check with your preferred retailers to confirm their hours of operation.
Top Malls in Orlando
The Mall at Millenia
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 Mall at Millenia focuses on high-end luxury, including new additions such as Carolina Herrera, Giuseppe Zanotti, Hermès and Louis Vuitton Men’s Store. All told, The Mall at Millenia boasts more than 150 shops amid its 1.1 million square feet of space.
A host of amenities are available, too — including the chance to get expert trip-planning advice, answers to questions, and even discounted theme park and attraction tickets from the Visit Orlando representative at the concierge desk! Other services include personal shoppers, an onsite tailor, complimentary WiFi and valet parking, and a red, London-inspired, double-decker bus that provides transportation between the mall and hotels in the tourism district. The Mall at Millenia can even help get your packages home, both through its Millenia Direct doorstep delivery and Shop + Ship services.
Plus, if you’re coming to Orlando before Easter and are traveling with kids, you’ll be glad to know that The Mall at Millenia is offering Bunny Photos from March 21 through April 11, starting with a Bunny Brunch on March 21. You’re welcome to take your own photos, and paid photo packages are also available.
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The Florida Mall®
Located between Orlando International Airport and Universal Orlando Resort, The Florida Mall is Central Florida’s largest shopping center. Inside its 1.8 million square feet, more than 250 retail, dining and entertainment options await — including several you won’t find anywhere else in Central Florida, such as Crayola Experience, Carlo’s Bakery and American Girl.
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The Florida Mall has a wealth of best-of-brand retailers, as well as a robust lineup of anchor and department stores that encompass Dick’s Sporting Goods, Dillard’s, JCPenney and Macy’s. You won’t lack for amenities here, either, including valet parking, free WiFi, currency exchange, package and baggage check, and two children’s play areas.
Speaking of kids, they can get photographed at the Easter Bunny Photo Experience in the mall’s Center Court from March 13 through April 11.
Top Outlet Shopping in Orlando
Orlando is home to three budget-friendly factory outlet malls where you can shop designer brands minus the designer prices, minutes from our theme parks.
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Orlando International Premium Outlets®
Head to International Drive for Orlando International Premium Outlets, which features more than 180 brand-name outlet stores, including new additions such as Spain by Thomas Meyer and H&M’s first-ever outlet. What’s more, you can enjoy everyday prices at up to 65% off retail, as well as special offers that can stretch the savings to 70% or more.
While you’re there, take advantage of amenities such as valet parking, electric-vehicle charging stations, currency exchange and more. Orlando International Premium Outlets also offers one-stop online shopping for its retailers, so you can keep the shopping spree going once your vacation is done!
Orlando Vineland Premium Outlets®
Orlando Vineland Premium Outlets is a Mediterranean-inspired shopping village 10 minutes from SeaWorld Orlando and adjacent to International Drive. They host more than 160 luxury and brand-name stores with daily savings of up to 60%, including hot new additions such as Columbia Footwear, Desigual, Express Factory Outlet, GUCCI, Marc Jacobs and Versace.
With more than 1,500 open-air parking spaces, as well as a new parking-reservation system and reserved parking for military veterans and expectant mothers, this is also one of Orlando’s most convenient shopping centers. Other amenities include one-stop online shopping, a VIP coupon book, mobile-device charging stations, Kiddie Kruzers to entertain children, currency-exchange services and more.
Lake Buena Vista Factory Stores
American Eagle Outfitters, Jockey and O Maleiro Luggage Store are the newest reasons to shop at Lake Buena Vista Factory Stores. They’ve also added the state-of-the-art LBV Eatery, featuring a variety of gourmet food vendors. Moreover, this center offers free parking and shuttle service to and from select hotels, along with many other amenities, just 1 mile from Walt Disney World® Resort.
Top Outdoor Shopping Districts in Orlando
Malls aren’t the only places you’ll want to shop till you drop in Orlando. Several walkable, outdoor districts offer shopping, attractions, dining and entertainment under one roof — figuratively speaking, of course.
Shopping possibilities continue to expand at Walt Disney World Resort’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 store anywhere — and Star Wars Galactic Outpost, Disney Springs shops include Tren-D, Coca-Cola Store, Lilly Pulitzer, Oakley and UNIQLO, to name a few. When you’re done shopping, you can celebrate at numerous entertainment and dining hotspots, including many helmed by celebrity chefs.
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Serving as a centerpiece to Universal Orlando Resort’s theme parks, Universal CityWalk offers the chance to buy rarified character collectibles at the Universal Studios Store. Other can’t-miss retailers include Rock Shop, Quiet Flight® Surf Shop, and Hart & Huntington Tattoo Company®. You can also enjoy a wide range of dining and entertainment while you’re there.
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The open-air Pointe Orlando has an unbeatable combination of shopping, dining, nightlife and entertainment on International Drive. Retailers skew toward younger tastes, such as Flow, Hollister and Tommy Hilfiger. It’s also undergoing a massive re-imagining that will bring new shopping and dining options by the end of 2020.
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Located on International Drive, ICON Park features dining, shopping and attractions, including The Wheel and Orlando StarFlyer. Retailers here include Sugar Factory, Caleoni Sunglasses and Tervis, plus souvenir suppliers at 360 Gifts and BEYOND ICONic.
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Top Shopping Neighborhoods in Orlando
Neighborhoods in and around downtown Orlando have a host of eclectic retailers, including the nearby cities of Winter Park and Winter Garden.
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Downtown Orlando Neighborhoods
Just north of downtown Orlando 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. These districts also have ample nightlife and dining opportunities.
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Park Avenue in Winter Park
Get an entirely different look at Central Florida living with a visit to Winter Park’s tree-lined main thoroughfare, featuring brick streets and historic buildings. 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.
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Winter Park is about 20 minutes from downtown Orlando. It’s also home to the Winter Park Farmers’ Market every Saturday, as well as Winter Park Village, an upscale, outdoor center with acclaimed restaurants and retailers.
Plant Street in Winter Garden
Located about 20 minutes north of Walt Disney World Resort and 30 minutes west of downtown Orlando, Winter Garden is packed with unique experiences for foodies, art-lovers, outdoor enthusiasts … and shoppers!
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Winter Garden’s main strip, Plant Street, features bespoke retailers and Plant Street Market, where you can enjoy craft beer and artisanal food while shopping for handmade products. More locally produced goods can be purchased at the Winter Garden Farmers Market, held every Saturday. And just 10 minutes away by car, Winter Garden Village has an assortment of national retailers and smaller stores for your shopping pleasure.
What can we say — it’s all shop and no drop in Orlando!
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