12711 Old Stage Road
Chester, VA 23836
Phone: (804) 796-5200
Fax: (804) 796-3703
Children will love South Park Mall's carousel! An arcade with talking and singing bears is another delight for the little ones. Adults will find over a hundred stores here. From large department stores like Dillards and Hechts to specialty shops carrying clothing, furniture, health products and pets, South Park has a comprehensive group of retailers. The Limited, The Gap, Britches, Victoria's Secret and Petland are just a few of many places to find what you need.
City Market, also called Farmers Market, is an octagon shaped building constructed in 1878. Local produce is sold at the Farmers Market on Saturday mornings between April and October. It also doubles up as a visitors information center for helping tourists with detailed information about the city landmarks and so forth.
Huge variety and low prices on imported folk art stoneware from Poland. Also features antique furniture, pottery from Bulgaria and France and assorted unique gifts.
Here you will find beautiful furniture for your living room, bedroom, dining room, home office, entertaining, rugs, lamps, accessories and mattresses.
Makes beautiful arrangements with fresh flowers. THey offer same day deliveries and there are no hidden fees.
Add a touch of nostalgia to your wardrobe while visiting this lovely shop that offers a huge selection of vintage clothing and accessories.
Multi dealer shops in two locations with consignments, fine & costume jewelry, glassware, pottery, kitchenware, art work, knives, home furnishings, vintage clothing, and much more. The Treasure Hut Gift Shop features tropical and nautical gifts.
For more than 200 years, this market has been Richmond's favorite spot to shop for fresh fruit and vegetables. Local farmers peddle red, ripe Hanover tomatoes, sweet Silver Queen corn, huge, crisp cucumbers and other items essential to southern dishes like okra, butterbeans and snap beans (so-called because of the brisk "snap" sound they make when broken in half for boiling). You can also find creamy, thick homemade cheese, fresh flowers for that special someone and antiques and collectables in this fun, bustling environment.
Fountain Bookstore contains many books about Richmond and the surrounding areas that are hard to find elsewhere. Topics include Thomas Jefferson and other famous Virginians, slavery, life in the old South, plantation homes, and other attractions. Diaries and novels written by Virginians and other southerners before and after the Civil War are plentiful here as well. Greeting cards, art books, photography books and a good selection of contemporary authors are also available. There is a small secondhand section in the store as well.
If you are or know a Civil War enthusiast, stop by the Richmond Arsenal. Richmond was the capital of the Confederacy and many Civil War battles took place here and in the surrounding areas. As a result, the city is filled with relics and artifacts of the event. This intriguing shop has a large collection and is one of the best places to go if you are seeking out a historic souvenir. Civil War uniforms, swords, canteens and accoutrements fill the place.
Shockoe Slip is the city's oldest mercantile district and was once the site of the State Capitol building. This area has been a bustling hub since the 17th century. Though the earliest buildings here were destroyed during the Civil War, original cobblestones and structures dating from 1868-1888 make this beautiful and historic area a perfect place for sightseeing. Shockoe also offers shopping - there are antique and book stores and a variety of clothing boutiques - and a ton of dining options, such as a Japanese steak and sushi restaurant and Morton's Steakhouse.
Located in Downtown Richmond, Books, Bikes and Beyond, the do-good thrift store lies on Broad Street. Inside is a treasure trove of wonderful eclectic and random things ranging from old uniforms, books, bags, shoes, furniture, clothes and lots more. Their inventory is quite impressive and you are sure to find something that strikes your fancy here. All of these are gently used items that are donated by a different people in the community. The prices are delightfully low, but they do request donations, all proceeds from these are reverted to a charity named Books on Wheels. If you're sick of feeling guilty after a shopping spree, Books, Bikes and Beyond is where you should go.