in Washington, DC
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Let’s be serious, no vacation is complete before hitting the best local stores in the area. We’re not talking just about souvenirs, but specialized stores with sports memorabilia, farmer’s markets, outlets, shopping centers, and high-end boutiques to satisfy every budget and need.
The area is thriving with local stores and national chains, all within driving distance. Take a look at the options around you and visit them all!
Fashion Centre At Pentagon City
1100 S Hayes St
Arlington, VA 22202 Directions
Hard-core shoppers will do whatever it takes to find the elusive item they're searching for, even if it means driving a distance for it. That's what many DC shoppers do when they take the short trip to Arlington and visit the Fashion Centre at Pentagon City. The venue features over 150 shops placed over four levels, all off the Pentagon City Metro stop. Discriminating shoppers will be pleased to find such attractive shopping destinations as Aeropostale, L'Occitane, Williams-Sonoma, Rockport, United Colors of Benetton, J.Jill and Ann Taylor. Popular favorites Macy's and Nordstrom anchor the mall's many merchants. Another popular spot is the food court that is accentuated by a high-ceilinged, sun-filled atrium.
Gallery Place offers an unmistakably classy shopping experience that skillfully combines entertainment, dining, and health and beauty with some of the nation's most desirable retail outlets. Some of the top-drawer retailers include Urban Outfitters, Loft, and Bed Bath and Beyond. There is also a vibrant Chinatown community that's found in this downtown shopping district that goes to add a dramatic cultural dimension to your time here.
Mazza Gallerie Mall
5300 Wisconsin Ave NW
Washington, DC 20015 Directions
The Mazza Gallerie Mall offers top-drawer shopping at its best. This group of upscale stores includes such classic favorites as Ann Taylor, Neiman Marcus, Williams-Sonoma, Saks Fifth Avenue Men's Store and Harriet Kassman. If all this fine shopping finds you working up an appetite, there are plenty of great restaurants to enjoy a delicious meal for lunch or dinner before you venture out again. Also, there's a popular state-of-the-art theater on the premises as well.
50 Massachusetts Ave NW
Washington, DC 20002 Directions
Union Station is one of Washington, DC's most historic places that still sees an amazing amount of activity. The station is one of the city's most popular tourist attractions, and since it opened in 1907, also stands as the world's largest train station. Even though this rich past still is very much a part of its identity, Union Station also boasts an incredible array of shopping and dining choices thanks to an incredible $160 million upgrade. There are over 100 specialty shops and restaurants as well as a 9-screen movie theater.
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