Market Place at Garden State Park is an upscale shopping hub located in Cherry Hill, comprising of a plethora of diverse stores. From books, boutiques, accessories to fancy electronics, one can find it all under one roof, including a few, major retail chain stores. Besides the shops, the center also features many dining options and cafes like Starbucks and The Cheesecake Factory. With so much to offer, a day spent shopping here is a delightful experience.
The Cherry Hill Mall is a one-stop shopping destination in Cherry Hill, NJ. The mall has more than 165 retail, beauty and dining options under one roof. Browse brands like Aldo, Alex and Ani, Gap, Guess, Michael Kors, Steve Madden, Urban Outfitters, North Face, and H&M here. From upscale fashion to trendy highstreet wear, the selection caters to every budget and taste.
If you love music especially vintage vinyl records, Princeton Record Exchange is the place to go. It's a veritable treasure trove of new (but mostly used) CDs and vinyl. The staff is extremely knowledgeable and can help you find any obscure album you may be searching for. Be sure to browse through their budget section, for forgotten favorites.
Regarded as one of the best Farmers' Markets not only in Philadelphia but in America, The Reading Terminal Market is a terrific place to sample all the culinary grandeur Philadelphia has to offer. Experience the traditional Philly cheesesteak, a custom-made deli sandwich, or an authentic Pennsylvania Dutch hearty home-cooked breakfast prepared by local Amish farmers. Apart from the prepared foods, Reading Terminal Market boasts of over 80 vendors, offering a wide range of local and exotic vegetables, fruits, fresh fish and other seafood, local meats, poultry and other products.
A bookstore housing the largest collection of comics in Philadelphia, the Atomic City Comics is located right in the heart of South Street. It is also known to host a lot of art shows and host signings. The store also houses a collection of t-shirts, graphic novels and magna. A lot of locals favorite this bookstore and praise the efficient staff and the humongous collection.
Spring Garden Indoor Antique & Vintage Market is a huge market open only on the first and third Saturday from November to March. It is a treasure trove of collectibles, textiles, objects, furniture, clothing, records and much more. Get enthralled by the fascinating items displayed and haggle with vendors for the prized possessions. Spread across 36,000 square feet (3344.51 square meters), you can make a pit stop at the food court after a day of shopping. There is an ATM in the facility, hence credit cards are not accepted.
Philadelphia Mills is a modern shopping mall with more than 200 factory outlets selling top-quality products in a sophisticated setting. Formerly named as Franklin Mills, in 2014 it was renamed to its current name by Simon Property Group. Featuring a movie theater, multiple food courts and themed restaurants, Philadelphia Mills is a total package of entertainment and is ideal for spending quality time with friends, family and your better half.
With over 60 stores all over the United States, including some in United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, and Riyadh, to name a few, Off 5th is a subsidiary of the chain of luxury department store Saks Fifth Avenue. Located on Franklin Mills Circle, their Philadelphia location offers a plethora of products like apparel for men and women, footwear, handbags, cosmetics, jewelry, home accessories and much, much more. Although prices are quite high, every thing here is high on quality, making it well worth it. Open all week, Off 5th is a fantastic place to shop.
This sporting goods superstore has 8 locations in the Philadelphia area. Equipment, apparel and footwear are sold for almost every athletic and recreational interest that can be imagined. A massive selection of soccer balls, golf clubs, tennis rackets and running gear appeal to those with an active lifestyle. The outdoors man of the family can peruse the rods and guns in the hunting and fishing section.
This branch of 2nd Avenue Value Store is part of a thrift store chain that specializes in second-hand apparel and accessories. Here, customers can shop for designer and niche clothing for women, men and children at a fraction of their original prices. Its racks are replete with colorful blouses, t-shirts and jeans, arranged alongside trendy ballerinas, handbags, belts and earrings. Its merchandise is of a decent standard and forms a good alternative for those on a tight budget. It also sells vases with beautiful shapes and ornate patterns, soft toys, games and electronic equipment. This store is associated with various recycling initiatives and charities.