From sprawling malls to quiet art galleries, from high-end department stores to locally-owned shops on Main Street, all shopping is always tax-free in Delaware.
The CHRISTIANA MALL shopping complex is located at Exit 4A off I-95, just minutes south of Wilmington and within 30 minutes of both Pennsylvania and Maryland. Christiana Mall offers more than 150 stores and restaurants including Nordstrom, BRIO TUSCAN GRILL, the Apple Store, Cabela's and a brand-new Cinemark movie theater.
Located just north of Wilmington and a stone's throw from the Pennsylvania border, Concord Mall offers more than 90 shops and services, including Macy's, Boscov's, Sears, Best Buy, Barnes & Noble and Ulta.
On weekends, don't miss the New Castle Farmers Market, a veritable modern-day treasure hunt with a flea-market feel, including many indoor shops and restaurants.
Several small towns in Brandywine Valley region have their own boutique shopping districts, where you can find locally-produced gifts, high-end fashion and unique arts and craftsmanship. Walk among the many shops the area has to offer on the main streets of Delaware City, Hockessin, Greenville, Newark, Centreville, Hockessin and Historic New Castle.
For one-of-a-kind purchases and items that could only come from Delaware, visit one of the many museum shops in the area, some of which rival small department stories. You'll find unusual and memorable gifts at the Delaware Art Museum, The Delaware Contemporary, the Delaware History Museum, the Delaware Museum of Natural History, and Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library.