Whatever you're looking for, you'll find at one of the many shopping malls and downtown shops of Northeast Georgia. From Helen, Ga's,quaint collectibles to great furniture, clothing and specialty items in the Southeast's largest mall (The Mall of Georgia) we've got plenty of options, so you can shop 'til you drop.
Below are a sampling of shopping choices provided by the Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce.
An alpine village 40 minutes north ofGainesville on Highway 75. Plenty of dirndls, leiderhosn and German beer.
Phone: 800-858-8027 Website: www.helenga.org
A beautiful gift shop that offers a wide variety of merchandise, local pottery, home decor, special gifts and accessories and food items. Also houses a winery tasting room and restaurant. 365, Alto.
Colonial Lakeshore Mall
Features major department stores as well as many specialty stores, services and restaurants. The mall features one of the few handcrafted Venetian carousels on the Southeast. Location: Pearl Nix Parkway and Hwy. 53.
Phone: 770-535-8877 Website: www.shoplakeshoremall.com
40 minutes from Gainesville. Tanger Outlets bring people to Commerce.
Phone:706-335-3354 Website: http://www.tangeroutlet.com/commerce/
Flowery Branch Main Street Square
Founded in 1874 and part of Georgia's Better Hometown Revitalization Program, Flowery Branch features many unique stores, restaurants and a restored train depot, located in south Hall County.
Gainesville's Main Street Marketplace
Built in 1886, newly opened in December 2002, this open air market offers an array of distinctive shops with local artists paintings and sculptures on the walls and in the atrium. There are many local small businesses located in the market such as a book store, art gallery, a deli, a yoga studio and much more. This market is a must see on the historic square, and they also offer art lessons!
Since 1860 the family has been making pottery, from glazed collector pieces to flower pots. The large shopping area is opened year round and features pottery, house ware accessories and gift items.
Phone: 770-869-3469 Website:www.hewellspottery.com
Quaint and historic town, with an array of shops and restaurants, north of Gainesvilleon highway 60. Site of the first U.S.goldrush.
Phone: 800-231-5543 Website: www.dahlonega.org
The market is the main outlet for the peach and apple production of Echols Orchards and Jaemor Farm. Year-round gift and pottery sales, jams, jellies, relishes, fruits and vegetables. Farm tours available.
Phone: 770-869-3999 Website: www.jaemorfarms.com
Mall of Georgia
Southeast's largest mall combines shopping, dining and entertainment. Includes Lord & Taylor, Nordstroms and Dillard's. Mall features include a 500-seat outdoor amphitheater, a 20 screen movie theater and seven-story, 3-D IMAX theater.
Phone: 678-482-8789 Website: www.mallofgeorgia.com
Mark of the Potter
Largest collection of hand-thrown pottery, hand blown glass and wood jewelry items for sale in Northeast Georgia. Located next to a waterfall on the Sogue River in nearby Habersham County housed in a gristmill. Also feed the huge native trout who frequent the river next to the mill.
Phone: 706-947-3440 Website: www.markofthepotter.com
Nora Mill Granary
This historic gristmill is located just 40 minutes from Gainesville. Established in 1876, Nora Mill Granary remains operational and continues to use the original stones in its grinding and production. The gristmill also has a small country store with their product and thousands of choices.
Phone: 706.878.2375 Website: http://www.noramill.com/
North Georgia Premium Outlets
Located in Dawsonville-30 minutes from Gainesville. Over 140 Premium Outlet store all within one area.
Phone: 706-216-3609 Website:www.premiumoutlets.com/northgeorgia
20 minutes from Lake Lanier Islands. Has over 200 stores and outlets with enticing deals.
Phone: 678-847-5000 Website: www.sugarloafmills.com