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Flagstaff Mall - photo credit © Tom Alexander

Flagstaff Mall - photo credit © Tom Alexander

Clothing, jewelry, antiques, original art, pottery, Native American craftwork–you can find it all in Flagstaff.

Downtown Flagstaff is a great place to begin shopping in the small boutiques with the creations of Native American and local artisans. The First Friday Art Walks each month are hosted by several downtown galleries and other businesses. The variety of art and products is a wonderful representation of Northern Arizona.

Additionally, there are several strip malls and shopping centers throughout the town. Route 66, South Milton Road, Cedar Street, Woodlands Village Boulevard and many other locations offer excellent shopping and dining opportunities. There are both mom-and-pops stores and nationally known entities throughout the city.

On the east side of town, Flagstaff Mall and The Marketplace offer a shopping haven featuring Sears, Dillards, JCPenney, Home Depot, Best Buy, Marshalls, Old Navy and CostPlus World Market. Nearby is the Flagstaff Auto Park.

For a list of Chamber retailers, please go into our Membership Directory and enter the type of product you are looking for under category.