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When it comes time to bring home a souvenir from your vacation, ShermansTravel experts know just where to go. Whether it’s a high-end leather purse or an authentic, locally made craft, we show you which stores and markets to hit up for all your shopping needs – while highlighting the best steals and bargains in your destination.

Shopping in New Orleans

Julia Street

In the past few decades, numerous art galleries have moved into the restored Warehouse along the 600 block of Julia Street, making the street an excellent venue for art shopping.

600 block of Julia St., Lous,
Tags: shopping | trendy | art | things to do | gallery

Julie Neill Designs

At her combination store and workshop on Magazine Street, interior decorator-turned-lighting designer Julie Neill fashions gorgeous chandeliers from metal, crystal, and wood, along with striking sconces and furnishings. Her chandeliers are named for the people who inspired them (the Juliet is for her daughter), and Neill will fill custom orders, too.

3908 Magazine St., LA, 504-899-4201,
Tags: shopping | gallery | home

Magazine Street

Stretching from Canal Street to The Audubon Park, Magazine Street is the go-to place for boutique shopping, with art galleries, artisan showcases, jewelry shops, funky clothing stores, and antique shops competing for shoppers’ attention.

Magazine Street, LA, 504-342-4435,
Tags: shopping | trendy | art | boutique | things to do | jewelry | clothing

Riverwalk Marketplace

Located along the Mississippi River, this large indoor mall is a pleasant place to pick up thrifty souvenirs, Cajun cookbooks, and Louisiana memorabilia.

1 Poydras St., LA, 504-522-1555,
Tags: shopping | things to do | souvenirs | books

Royal Street

Dating from the French Colonial era, Royal Street is renowned for restaurants, luxury hotels, and opulent shops selling antiques and artwork from every corner of the world. Though the street runs from Canal Street to St. Bernard Parish, the most famous section is near Bourbon Street in the French Quarter.

Royal Street, LA,
Tags: shopping | things to do | eclectic | antiques

Shoppes at Canal Place

There’s nothing that screams “New Orleans” about this modern shopping mall attached to the Wyndam Hotel, but if you’re craving a shopping fix at Brooks Brothers or Pottery Barn, this is your place – most mainstream fashion labels and brands are represented here.

333 Canal St., LA, 504-522-9200,
Tags: shopping | expensive | shopping mall | designer

The French Market

Strolling through this open-air riverside shopping district is like taking a trip back in time to an Old World French marketplace. Browse everything from homemade pralines, handmade jewelry, and jazz CDs to hot sauces and even voodoo and occult items.

1008 N. Peter St., LA, 504-522-2621,
Tags: shopping | historic | things to do | market | eclectic | novelty

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