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Shopping in Salt Lake City

Leave room in your suitcase to do some shopping during your Utah visit. Salt Lake City has a variety of shopping experiences available, from outlet malls to antique shops and handmade craft stores. Take a stroll through the unique shops at City Creek Center, or browse one of the state's full-size shopping malls. We have what you are looking for, so add these popular shopping destinations to your agenda.

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Shopping in Salt Lake City

Shops in Salt Lake City

City Creek Center

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Shops Near Salt Lake City

Fashion Place

For upscale shopping in the Salt Lake valley, Fashion Place offers over 125 high-end stores and restaurants. Fashion Place has been one of Utah’s retail hotspots since 1972 and has welcomed Utah’s first branches of Zara, Crate & Barrel, Urban Outfitters, the Container Store and Sephora.

The Shops at South Town

Utah's largest shopping mall is The Shops at South Town in Sandy, featuring 150 stores and restaurants and an amazing indoor carousel. Outdoor enthusiasts will marvel at the variety of sporting goods stores nearby, such as Cabela's just off I-15 in Lehi, near the Outlets at Traverse Mountain. Meanwhile, the 220,000-square-foot Scheels retail shopping experience showcases Utah's largest selection of sports, sportswear and footwear under one roof, as well as family activities such as an in-store Ferris wheel and mini-bowling lanes.

Station Park

Farmington's Station Park, a mixed-use lifestyle center on Utah's Wasatch Front, is  a great stop on any Northern Utah itinerary. The center is easy to access, adjacent to the Utah Transit Authority commuter rail station, Interstate 15, Highway 89, and the Legacy Highway, just 15 miles north of Salt Lake City and Salt Lake City International Airport. The development features more than 100 businesses, including a grocery store, yoga studio, cooking school, large Hyatt Place hotel and the University of Utah Health Center. Upon completion, the property will include luxury office spaces, restaurants, stores and services, along with a cutting-edge-14 screen theater and a winter ice skating rink.

Ken Sanders Rare Books in Salt Lake City.

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Gardner Village

Located in West Jordan, just south of Salt Lake City, Gardner Village is a quaint outdoor shopping area that features locally-owned specialty shops housed in restored buildings. These establishments offer a diverse range of goods, from furniture and home décor to clothing, candy, gifts and antiques. Additionally, visitors can enjoy unique experiences on-site, such as an escape room, a small outdoor amusement park and a magic lounge featuring a dinner theater.

Locally Owned

When visiting the big city or the smaller towns and villages, always make sure to peruse the local shops, too. Local First Utah is a nonprofit committed to promoting and sustaining Utah's independent local businesses, and is a great resource to connect you with some of Utah's best ambassadors. Salt Lake City, Park City and Ogden have some of the state’s largest local business economies, though other metropolitan areas such as Provo-Orem or Logan in Northern Utah and Cedar City or St. George in Southern Utah offer an array of welcoming local shops and restaurants. Smaller towns at the gateway to big adventures, such as Utah's Mighty 5® national parks, including Moab, Torrey, Boulder, Panguitch, Green River and Helper offer some of the most unique and eclectic shopping experiences (Read: Resiliency Road Trip or How to Slow Travel in Utah). Plan extra time to meet locals and shop local when visiting these small towns on The Road to Mighty®.

Gardner Village is also a Utah Historic Site, and its mill is listed on the National Historic Register.

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