Central Florida Shopping

If you are looking for a taste of Florida, the Bartow Farmers’ Market sells fresh produce, preserves, pickles and more. Or try the Lakeland Downtown Farmers’ Curb Market for some citrus from Scotty’s Produce. For mall shopping in the area, hit the nearly 100 stores at the Lakeland Square Mall.

Buying vegetables from Bartow Farmers’ Market

The Loop in Kissimmee is a popular outdoor mall, split into Loop East and Loop West, offering 30 retail outlets including PacSun and Old Navy. Stop for a cone at Ben & Jerry’s or grab a bite in one of a dozen eateries.

The new Disney Springs, formerly Downtown Disney, is now home to more than 100 shops, ranging from Anthropologie and Lucky Brand to the LEGO Store and the Art of Disney.

Disney Springs

Pointe Orlando, the lush landscaped, fresh-air destination near the Orange County Convention Center, is known for more upscale and specialty shops, such as Armani Exchange and Rumor Boutique.

Want big? Florida Mall in Orlando offers 1.9 million square feet of space and more than 25o stores to shop ’til you drop.

Florida Mall

The Mall at Millenia in Orlando has become a favorite of locals and visitors. This shopping mecca features some of the most stylish shops in all of Central Florida: Tiffany & Co., Gucci and Louis Vuitton, to name a few The Orlando Premium Outlets International Drive and Orlando Premium Outlets Vineland Avenue offer discounts in hundreds of brand-name stores.

Park Avenue in Winter Park is the quintessential place to shop in Central Florida. Wander in and out of shops, such as Tuni, Siegel’s Winter Park, Ten Thousand Villages and Charyli as you walk the brick-lined street. Nearby Winter Park Village features Pier One Imports, Owen Allen and Ulta.

Park Avenue – Winter Park, Florida

North of Orlando, Renninger’s Antique Center& Farmers’ & FleaMarket in Mount Dora is worth the trip. The family-owned business, situated on 117 acres in the rolling hills of Lake County, features hundreds of vendors, as well as vintage car and garden shows.

Nearby, Lake Square Mall in Leesburg features 59 stores, while Paddock Mall in Ocala has 90 stores, anchored by Macy’s, Sears, Belk and IC Penney.

Explore the shops and boutiques on First Street in historic Sanford, once a major Central Florida hub. The town is also home to Seminole Town Square with seven anchor stores including Burlington Coat Factory.

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