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Nestled among locally-owned restaurants and cafes in the Mount Pleasant neighborhood of Vancouver, Much & Little is an understated shop offering beautiful home decor and women's apparel. The items for sale here are chosen because they have a story to tell; you'll find locally made, fair trade, and handmade items on the shelves. They offer everything from ceramics to jewelry to kitchen items. This charming shop is a great place to visit for gifts and more.
Riley Park's most favorite store, Welk's Mart will offer some of the most exclusive items. Unlike other stores, you will be surprised to find new products every time you visit here. Look out for the organic grocery, beauty products, natural health items and lots more that are rare to find. The humble and attentive staff are professional with their service. The price range is great, so you won't mind spending for the quality products. Check out the website for details.
Brimming with a delightful vibrancy, Granville Island is a veritable haven of shopping, entertainment and culture located only a few minutes away from Downtown Vancouver. At the crack of dawn, water taxis can be seen ferrying across False Creek, bearing local wares and fruit crates ready to be sold at the Public Market. The Island's colour, warmth and jubilant personality are fed by each of the 300 businesses and vendors that inhabit its charming stretch. Whether it is the assortment of handicrafts, Aboriginal Art and locally curated souvenirs sold at its homegrown shops and galleries or the pull of culture on display at its performing arts venues, Granville Island saves something for everyone. Notable among its many landmarks is the Emily Carr University of Art and Design, the Vancouver Theatresports League and the Granville Island Brewing Company.
First Nations culture often provides a significant voice in the city's art scene. Located in the heart of trendy Gastown, Coastal Peoples Fine Arts gallery displays the work of over 150 established and lesser-known First Nations artisans. It displays a range of customized gold and silver jewelry, each piece a reflection of contemporary and traditional native styles. Artistic traditions from tribal nations along the coast, arctic and plains are celebrated. It has an exceptional selection of masks, ceremonial bowls, carvings, totem poles and prints.
Located in the historical Gastown neighborhood, the Hudson House Trading Company is a renowned souvenir store in the city. The shop gets its name from the fur trade which was a thriving industry around 400 ago and follows this theme in its decor as well. Life sized maple trees, store helpers dressed in faux fur and browsers and buyers looking through the collections of gift items, clothing and accessories is what you see when you step inside this shop. Some of the things which are sold here include cloths, local food products, shoes, toys, antiques, ornaments, jewelry, accessories and art work.