Antiques, art, boutiques, and so much more – there’s a whole heap of shopping in Gwinnett. Get ready to shop ’til you drop in a variety of charming, vibrant, and cultural areas of Gwinnett!
If you’re looking for an abundance of shopping options and want to stay indoors, you’re in luck! There are quite a few malls for shopping in Gwinnett and three praiseworthy ones you won’t regret visiting. If you are looking to explore outside of Gwinnett check out our things to do outside of Gwinnett.
Mall Corners Shopping Center
2131 Pleasant Hill Rd, Duluth, GA 30096
If you’re up for shopping and eating indoors, Mall Corners Shopping Center has you covered. Shop, get your hair cut, indulge in a manicure or massage, and grab a bite to eat all in one place.
There are tons of shopping and food options at this mall. See a list of all stores and restaurants here.
Mall of Georgia
3333 Buford Dr, Buford, GA 30519
It’s no wonder Mall of Georgia is a favorite place for shopping in the northern Georgia area. Thirty miles from Atlanta, this shopping center seriously has it all and makes shopping in Gwinnett quite easy with 200+ stores.
There’s also a movie theater, restaurants, a children’s play area (inside and outside), and seating throughout the mall for relaxing. All the mentioned features of this mall make it a top-notch rainy day activity.
The mall directory has all the details of opportunities at Mall of Georgia and you can even reserve a parking spot upfront using their express parking service.
5900 Sugarloaf Pkwy, Lawrenceville, GA 30043
Sugarloaf Mills is the largest outlet mall in Georgia and offers a great deal. Shop, eat, see a movie, play indoor mini-golf, and so much more. Though this mall is just one story, it’s over a million square feet to fit all that it has to offer.
Their directory provides a list of all places from shopping to restaurants to entertainment. There’s really something for the whole family here and an easy way to spend an entire day if you wanted to.
Shopping in Gwinnett goes outdoors, too. Looking to get outdoors and browse for some new goodies? Head to these couple of praiseworthy outdoor malls.
Once you’ve done all the shopping you can and want to spend some extra time outdoors, check out some unforgettable outdoor activities in Gwinnett.
The Forum on Peachtree Parkway
5155 Peachtree Pkwy, Peachtree Corners, GA 30092
All the dining and shopping in Gwinnett you could ask for is right here at The Forum. Get a European feel at this aesthetic outdoor mall in Peachtree Corners.
You can find high-end chain stores, boutiques, tasty eats, beauty services, and so much more. For an extra treat, visit the Mojitos Cuban American Bistro for raving Cuban food, delicious mojitos, and live music at night.
The Shoppes at Webb Gin
1350 Scenic Hwy S, Snellville, GA 30078
This outdoor mall offers an abundance of shopping in Gwinnett. While getting into the center and parking can sometimes be busy due to it’s popularity, it’s definitely worth it and offers enough to spend some time once you’re parked.
The Shoppes at Webb Gin offers so much more than shopping opportunities for the whole family. Their directory tells it all, but you can also grab a bite to eat, get a manicure, and get professional photos taken.
Gwinnett County is full of history, culture, shopping, and so much more. A fun way to experience it all is to explore the different downtown areas.
The following downtown areas are special in their own ways and offer great shopping you won’t want to miss.
27 S Peachtree St, Norcross, GA 30071 (point of reference)
Charming historic buildings are the home of spectacular shops and galleries in downtown Norcoss. Historic Norcross is a quaint town well worth a visit for diverse eats and shopping from jewelry to art to furniture. Park and walk around for a walk around a small town that gives an upscale vibe.
At 109 S Peachtree St, you can find three note-worthy shops (Antique Traditions, Details Boutique, and Rem-i-nisce Vintage Style) in one place- voted Favorite Antique Shop in Gwinnett by Gwinnett Magazine. For loads of other shopping in Gwinnett, stroll around the area and peek into the shops that catch your eye.
If you’re looking for stunning and affordable art, check out The O Gallery.
On-street and off-street parking is available.
Main St and W Lawrenceville St (point of reference)
Not only does historic Duluth offer some of the best and most unique shopping in Gwinnett, but there are also delicious restaurants, a great park, and it’s a nice place to walk around and explore.
For original and affordable art, be sure to visit 2 Smith Art Gallery. For hand-made jewelry, check out Uni’k Hand Creations. Stroll around and find other shops that sell home goods, arts, sweet treats, and more.
There are various parking options available and parking is made easy with the Park Duluth Mobile App.
Suwannee Old Town
425 Buford Hwy, Suwanee, GA 30024 (The Shops at Old Town)
Suwannee’s historic district offers a friendly and charming vibe. Not only does the old town have a public library, a historic red caboose, and a town center park and events space, but it’s another great area for shopping in Gwinnett.
After visiting The Shops at Old Town, named Best of Gwinnett by Gwinnett Magazine, take a walk towards The Town Center Park for other shopping, delicious food, and a brewery (Stillfire Brewing) all worth a visit.
Old Town Lilburn: Antique Shopping
93 Main St NW, Lilburn, GA 30047
Antiques in Old Town is a favorite spot for shopping in Gwinnett located in Lilburn. While this isn’t an area for walking around to do a ton of shopping, it’s definitely worth a visit to find all sorts of treasures in this charming antique store filled with different vendors selling unique antiques.
Antiques in Old Town is open everyday but Sunday from 10 am – 5 pm.
Shop Til You Drop!
There you go- all the best shopping in Gwinnett. No matter what buys or experience you’re looking for, there is something for everyone.
When you’re all shopped out, treat yourself to a sweet snack or relax and sip at a winery or brewery.
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