Where To Shop: Best of unique Orlando boutiques

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Winter Park (credit: Winter Park Photography)

Winter Park (credit: Winter Park Photography)

 

Florida Vacation Guide: Unique boutique shopping in Orlando

Orlando is not only renowned for its theme parks. Orlando is as equally well-known for its endless shopping opportunities! Bargain hunters and fashionistas from all over flock to Orlando for great deals and unique finds. If your family wants to visit central Florida for its amusement parks, take advantage of the trip to Orlando and sneak in some shopping!

There are many outlet shops and malls around Orlando, but if you’re looking for unique shopping opportunities, check out these boutique hotspots!

1. Park Avenue and Hannibal Square

Known as “The Rodeo Drive of the east,” downtown Winter Park (Park Avenue and Hannibal Square) is an area just north of downtown Orlando and when you visit, you’ll find restaurants, galleries, wine bars and lots of boutiques. Check out Thread, John Craig Clothier, Ten Thousand Villages and Tuni. For special snacking, get some gourmet cheese can at The Cheese Shop on Park and pick up an assortment of personalized chocolates at Peterbrooke Chocolatier.

  • Where: 151 W. Lyman Avenue, Winter Park, Florida

2. Thornton Park

Visit the eclectic neighborhood of Thornton Park while you’re in downtown Orlando. This true local favorite features amazing boutique shopping. Find vintage-inspired jewelry, over 150 styles of footwear, gorgeous handbags made famous by Hollywood celebrities and much more. This is the home of the ultra popular Zou Zou boutique.

  • Where: 201 S. Orange Ave, Orlando, Florida

3. Baldwin Park

From clothing and shoes to chocolates and pet treats you’ll find something unique and interesting that you have to have when you visit Baldwin Park with its small town appeal and sophisticated shopping. Baldwin Park is only minutes from downtown Orlando and you’ll find lots of dining, entertainment and shopping there.

  • Where: New Broad Street, Orlando, Florida

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