RetailThere are plenty of places to shop in the Mountain State. From shopping malls and outlets, antique shops, boutiques, specialty stores, and other retail outlets, we have it all. Find what you need wherever you are in Almost Heaven.
Treat yourself to a day of retail therapy. Find the best places to shop in West Virginia and spend the day exploring this sampling of retail stores.
Whether you’re just looking or need something in particular, Morgantown is your best bet for window shopping or, even a shopping spree. Here you can find nationwide retailer, local boutiques and anything else you may need.
Start your day shopping at the Seneca Center. Brick-lined walls and worn wooden floors greet visitors as they wind their way through the assortment of privately owned specialty shops. Much of the character of the building has been richly retained, intermingling classic yet distinctive merchandise with warm hospitality.
Your day of shopping doesn’t end there. The University Town Centre is located just off Interstate-79 and is the ultimate shopping destination in Morgantown. You’ll find a wide variety of clothing stores, restaurants, entertainment and more.
After that, spend time shopping at the Suncrest Towne Centre. Nestled in the heart of Morgantown, this shopping plaza is only minutes away from all three of West Virginia University’s campuses. This outdoor plaza is filled with numerous trendy clothing stores, delicious restaurants, health and wellness centers, quick fast food stops, and other businesses.
Surprise yourself at what you might find at these shopping centers in the West Virginia’s largest metropolitan area.
With over 15 retail stores to choose from, Southridge Shopping Center along Corridor G in South Charleston is a shopper’s delight. With familiar brands and shops to explore you’ll spend more than time while you’re there.
Conveniently located in Charleston’s city center, the Charleston Town Center Mall is a premier shopping destination and one of the largest enclosed downtown shopping centers in the United States. This two-story shopping mall has a partial third-floor food court and plenty of shops and department stores to discover.
Less than an hour from Charleston, the Huntington Mall is an essential retail therapy destination. Located in Barboursville, this shopping mall has a mix of local and national retailers in and around the mall area.
New River – Greenbrier Valley
Southern West Virginia has an exquisite variety of shopping and retail stores to visit. Stop by one of these shopping areas and treat yourself to something special.
The Greenbrier Resort in White Sulphur Springs is known world-wide for its exceptional service and hospitality, but now the secret is out that this famous resort is also a prime location for shopping. With a collection of 36 shops and boutiques carrying the top names in everything from fine art to jewelry and apparel to culinary provisions, this is a shopping experience you will not want to miss.
If you’re in Bluefield, the Mercer Mall is sure to have something for every occasion. Complete with a movie theater and dining options, spend the day shopping and then make time for some food and fun.
The Crossroads Mall is located in Mt Hope, off of Interstate-77 in the New River Gorge Area. With over 50 popular stores, you’re sure to find exactly what you’re looking for, from affordable and fashionable apparel, to home furnishings, electronics, and everything in between.
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