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Shopping in Virginia Beach From Retail to Consignment Shops

Looking for truly affordable shopping in Virginia Beach? We have it. From specialty shops to boutiques that are easy-on-the-budget, let our family of businesses aid you in finding the perfect gifts and supplies during your vacation here.

If design and art is your thing, make sure you visit the Oceanfront's newest store, Chartreuse. This is definitely not your ordinary store as Chartreuse features items that you just can't find anywhere else, from world-class antiques, vintage furniture, the best in local art and so much more.

The most complete and comprehensive collection of designer and high end mall brands in Virginia Beach. Literally, a fashion-forward concept.

Get your American Music Festival Passport Pin at the Virginia Gift Shop. The pin is a weekend pass for all the concerts!


It's also worth mentioning that the Virginia Gift Shop is the exclusive place for all King Neptune related items.

Virginia Beach Shopping - Oyster Point City Center

Newport News is a 40 minute drive from Virginia Beach. Minutes from I64, you will find Oyster Point City Center. Since its development began in 2004 the city center has become a platform for events, a meeting place and a shopping district for everyone to enjoy.

Virginia Beach Shopping - The Artists Gallery

Just off the Virginia Beach Oceanfront lies a hidden treasure of original artwork. The Artists Gallery, established over 20 years ago, boasts an eclectic collection of fine art by award-winning local artists. Pieces range from vibrant seascapes, to detailed still-lifes, to funky and fun contemporary art. Many of these artists regularly participate in the renowned Neptune and Boardwalk Art Festivals.

The Old Beach Farmers Market, located at the corner of Cypress and 19th Street, is just a short walk from the Virginia Beach Convention Center. Every Saturday, from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend, the award-winning Croc’s 19th Street Bistro offers up its parking lot for local farmers, fishermen and artisans to sell their goods. This is a wonderful, intimate market that really shows you the heart and soul of Virginia Beach.

Virginia Beach Shopping - Pembroke Mall

If you are looking to shop ’til you drop in Virginia Beach, there are plenty of options. Pembroke Mall, the first mall to open in the Hampton Roads area in 1966, is a very convenient option, located across the street from Virginia Beach’s epicenter, Town Center.

If you’re an animal lover, you’ll love Animal Jungle. Located on Holland Road in Virginia Beach and just down the street from Mount Trashmore, Animal Jungle sells aquatic, reptile, small animal, bird, dog, and cat supplies, as well as a variety of animals.

Virginia Beach Shops at Hilltop

Enjoying your Virginia Beach vacation but itching for some major retail therapy? The Shops at Hilltop, located only two miles from the Oceanfront at the intersection of First Colonial and Laskin Roads, is a shopper’s paradise.

Virginia Beach - 17th Street Surf Shop

You don’t have to be a surfer to enjoy an East Coast staple, 17th Street Surf Shop. A local legend, the original 17th Street Surf Shop is located on the corner of Pacific Avenue and, of course, 17th Street at the Virginia Beach oceanfront.

Located in the heart of Virginia Beach, and just 10-minutes from the beautiful oceanfront, the Lynnhaven Mall offers visitors an enormous selection of shopping, dinning and entertainment options with over 180 stores, 17 restaurants and eateries, and a state-of-the-art AMC Theatres with 18 screens and all stadium-style seating.

The MacArthur Center, located in downtown Norfolk, Virginia, opened its fashionable doors in the spring of 1999. Since then, this shopping center has become the premier shopping destination in the Hampton Roads and Virginia Beach area.

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