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Royal Street Shopping
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Royal Street Shopping

New Orleans Shopping

Art bargains, bookstores, antique furniture, and more

The eclectic nature of New Orleans is certainly reflected in all that is available to purchase. From funky art finds to one-of-a kind antiques, our stores and art markets are more like museums with collections curated to please browsers and buyers. We have book and record stores galore chock full of local music and our French Quarter and Magazine Street shops are world-famous. Clothing, jewelry, furniture, costumes, souvenirs and more await. 

  • New Orleans is full of unique shops: Voodoo stores, art galleries, cooking shops, outlet stores, clothing boutiques, bookstores and more! Find what you're shopping for, here! Read More
  • Originally named for a warehouse that Spanish Governor Miro built to house Kentucky tobacco and other exports, this retail street’s stores offer a delightful antidote to the typical mall... Read More
  • A shopper’s paradise, Royal Street is a repository of grand family-owned antique shops and fine art galleries just a block and yet a world away from the party on Bourbon Street. Click here... Read More
  • Searching for antiques? Find estate furniture, jewelry, silver and more at an antique store on Royal Street or Charters Street in the French Quarter or on Magazine Street! Read More
  • Shopping for music? Independent music stores are scattered all over New Orleans! Click here to find a store selling anything from funk and blues to Zydeco and Jazz! Read More
  • Art markets can be found all throughout New Orleans, from the fence surrounding Jackson Square to the co-op markets along Decatur Street. Click here to find dates and locations! Read More
  • New Orleans is filled with stories. The city’s many bookstores enjoy selling them. There are numerous small independent book shops that love company. You can browse shelves that are... Read More
  • New Orleans is a magnet for artists: painter, sculptors, weavers & ceramicists. Shop their works on Julia Street in the Warehouse District or Royal Street in the French Quarter! Read More
  • Voodoo is not a lost art in the city of New Orleans. A handful of voodoo shops and temples dot the French Quarter and the Treme. These places are filled with colorful bits of legend and lore as... Read More
  • Shop for gold, silver, platinum, semi-precious and precious stone jewelry in New Orleans, where hand-crafted, artist-driven design stand out! Find out where to shop for jewelry, here! Read More
  • In a city where costume shops are as common as supermarkets, there is always a reason to find more finery. Halloween, Mardi Gras, St. Patrick’s Day, the Red Dress Run -- dressing up is about... Read More
  • Take home some Carnival spirit from some of the many places that sell beads, costumes and other outlandish supplies. Click here to find your one-stop-shop for costumes, Mardi Gras beads, wigs,... Read More
  • Travelers from outside the United States get a great bang for their shopping buck in New Orleans, a tax-free shopping zone that refunds the 10 percent sales tax to international visitors.  Read More
  • As the farmers market scene has developed, shoppers can also find glorious flowers, potted plants, and fresh herbs within the hustle and bustle of the vendors, musicians, chef demonstrations, book... Read More
  • Get pampered at Ritz Carlton Spa or restore your healthy glow at Woodhouse Day Spa. Local New Orleans spas offer every treatment: massage, facial, hair removal and more! Read More
  • Welcome to shopping in the French Quarter, the oldest neighborhood in New Orleans and a designated National Historic Landmark. Whether you’re searching for jewelry or local art, antiques or all... Read More

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