Shopping In South Carolina
This is where “shop ‘til you drop” was invented!
For a lot of people just like you, shopping is a big part of any great vacation. So it only makes sense that a place that’s made for vacation is also made for great shopping. From glittering metropolitan department stores to roadside stands to out-of-the-way antique shops, in South Carolina you’ll find an endless variety of ways to satisfy your shopping appetite!
Shopping in Charleston, South Carolina, you’ll find an incredible collection of shops, boutiques and open air markets that together create a unique shopping experience. Your finds may include the hand-woven Gullah sweetgrass basket, one of the oldest art forms of African origin practiced in the United States. And antique shops in South Carolina are legendary for delivering one remarkable surprise after another.
South Carolina flea markets are treasure troves! Whether you're shopping for unique gifts, homemade baked goods or simply another man's treasure, you will find them at our flea markets. From Pickens Flea Market in the Upstate to Hudson's Flea Market on the Grand Strand, bargain shopping abounds. Download and print a list of South Carolina flea markets to help you plan your South Carolina treasure shopping adventure.
If you like traditional shopping, add The Market Common to your itinerary. Located on the former Myrtle Beach Air Force Base, The Market Place Common will be the Grand Strand’s first urban village – a mixed-use residential and retail development. You’ll find stores like White House/Black Market, Anthropologie, Copper Penny and Orvis among many others.
Whether you’re shopping in Charleston, Columbia or Greenville, or you're just seeking the perfect memento of your visit to the Palmetto State in one of our historic downtowns, this is the place to say, "I'll take it." You'll find bargains galore at South Carolina's outlet malls, the latest trends at sophisticated big-city stores, and fine arts and crafts at galleries and boutiques and antique shops.