Shopping

The Shops at Canal Place – Offers a stunning variety of more than 45 world-class shops and cafes, including Saks Fifth Avenue, Brooks Brothers, Anthropologic, Allen Edmonds, BCBG, J. Crew and lululemon athletica.
Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday 10:00 AM – 7:00 PM, Saturday 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM and Sunday 12:00 PM – 7:00 PM

Outlet Collection at Riverwalk – The newly opened Outlet Collection at Riverwalk is the nation’s first upscale outlet center in the very heart of a downtown; showcasing many national retailers for the first time in the New Orleans/Gulf south region.
Hours of Operation: Monday-Saturday 10:00 AM – 9:00 PM, Sunday 10:00 AM – 7:00 PM

Magazine Street – For shopping, dining or just a casual stroll, no place in New Orleans is quite like Magazine Street. This six-mile-long stretch from the Garden District to Uptown features some of the best antique stores, art galleries, craft shops and boutiques to be found anywhere in the city.
Hours of Operation: Varies by retailer

Royal Street – One block over from Bourbon Street is the French Quarter’s more refined and elegant epicenter of local art. Royal Street is an eye-pleasing mix of classy antique shops, boutiques, fine jewelry stores, colorful art galleries and world-class hotels and restaurants.
Hours of Operation: Varies by retailer

French Quarter – You will be amazed at the wide selection of artwork, antiques, clothing, gift items, handicrafts and other unique offerings French Quarter merchants carry in their inventories.
Hours of Operation: Varies by retailer

Jax Brewery – Jax Brewery, a unique New Orleans landmark located in the French Quarter, was once the brewing and bottling house of Jax Beer from 1891 until the mid-1970s. Today the converted brewery holds exclusive and distinctive New Orleans shops as well as nationally known stores.
Hours of Operation: Open daily 10:00 AM – 7:00 PM

French Market – Similar to some European markets, this historically charming open-air market located in the French Quarter neighborhood, features shopping, dining, music and local tradition that is uniquely New Orleans. From Café du Monde near Jackson Square to the flea market at the end of Esplanade Avenue, the French Market includes five blocks of local produce, specialty art, handmade crafts, retail shopping and more.
Hours of Operation: Varies by retailer

Fulton Street – Excitement, dining and great music are the core of the vibrant Fulton Street. Here you’ll find exciting outdoor concerts, music and sports fan events year round. Closed to drive-through traffic, Fulton Street is a rare treasure for the pedestrian explorer. As you stroll down Fulton, you’ll enjoy a unique blend of historic artistry and modern marvel. Be sure to put this on your list of things to do in New Orleans.
Hours of Operation: Varies by retailer