Shopping Districts and Destinations
From shop-lined streets to expansive malls, you'll find great spots for tax-free shopping all around town — and beyond.
Portland Saturday Market
Open every Saturday and Sunday from March–December, Portland Saturday Market is the largest arts-and-crafts fair in the U.S.
Downtown Portland's home for big-brand shopping houses the major brands that fashionistas crave, along with an expansive food court and a movie theater.
Union Way Shopping Arcade
Evoking Paris’ intimate passageways and Scandinavian architecture, this shop-filled alley connects downtown Portland’s West End with the Pearl District.
Cascade Station Shopping Center
Minutes from PDX on the light rail line, Cascade Station houses Oregon’s only IKEA and dozens of other big-brand favorites.
Jantzen Beach Center
Located just south of the Oregon-Washington border, the Jantzen Beach Center rewards shoppers looking for big brands with no sales tax.
Browse costume jewelry, tailored suits and racks upon racks of dresses at Portland's nearly 50 vintage shopping destinations.
Mid-century furnishings, hardware, kitchsy collectibles and vintage lighting and furniture all await in Portland's carefully curated antiquing scene.
From vintage wax to new European imports, those rare releases you’ve been searching for are surely waiting at one of these rockin’ local vinyl stores.
These companies churn out consistently cool made-in-Portland products, from fashionable swimwear and accessories to leather goods and lighting.
Shop these Portland jewelry designers for beautiful, wearable art that exudes personal expression with a local touch.
Ready to upgrade your wardrobe, Portland-style? Turn heads with the latest fashions from these celebrated Portland designers of color.
Alberta Arts District Shopping
With its many boutiques, galleries and indie shops, Alberta Street is made for leisurely shopping strolls.
Old Town Chinatown Shopping
If you're looking to load up on made-in-Portland souvenirs, unusual artwork and Northwest heritage home goods, look no further than Old Town Chinatown.
Hawthorne's indie boutiques and homegrown shops peddle plenty of only-in-Portland wares.
Selling everything from eco-friendly hats to vintage cowboy boots, Belmont's shops can help pull together a made-in-Portland look.
Central Eastside Shopping
With galleries, boutiques, design studios and showrooms, the Central Eastside is beginning to rival downtown as Portland's fashion hub.
Northwest Portland Shopping
In Northwest Portland, century-old Victorian and Craftsman-style storefronts housing unique boutiques stand alongside national retailers.
With Lloyd Center’s 150+ stores, and more shops on Northeast Broadway, Lloyd offers a bounty of shopping options close to downtown.
Tucked within a dense residential enclave, the shops of Division and Clinton streets offer some of the city's most authentic souvenirs.
Pearl District Shopping
The walkable Pearl District houses national retailers and local favorites, from a vast independent bookstore to stylish boutiques.
The walkable retail stretches of historic Sellwood-Moreland evoke a bygone era, and have enough surprises to turn anyone into a collector.
Casual collectors and seasoned sneakerheads can dive into the Portland sneakerhead scene at these Old Town Chinatown shops and businesses.
SneakerWeek PDX offers fun events for sneaker addicts and footwear newbies alike.
Portland is the athletic gear capital of America. Here's where to shop for the best designed-in-Portland shoes and sportswear.
Portland’s Best Back-To-School Shopping
This fall, ditch the chain stores and get your kids ready to learn in style by shopping at these distinctly Portland spots.
Shoe Shopping in Downtown Portland
Has trekking around Portland worn holes in your shoes? Head to these tax-free footwear staples and you’ll be back to exploring in no time!
Portland’s “Mystic District”: Three Magical Shops in One City Block
Whether you’re curious about crystals, dreaming of divination decks or just seeking sweet-smelling soap, Portland’s Mystic District has the store for you.
Men’s Shopping in Downtown Portland
Follow our itinerary to find 10 terrific shops offering high-quality fashions with Northwest flair within a few walkable blocks in downtown Portland.
Luxe Local Leather
Portland artisans are using high-quality, beautifully tanned and sustainably dyed leather for their goods, crafting pieces that will last for decades.
Speck’s Records & Tapes
When founders Maia and Michael “Speck” Gersten opened Speck’s Records & Tapes in North Portland's Kenton neighborhood, they created a space for music-lovers to gather, connect and discuss music while browsing vinyl and tapes.
Socially Conscious Businesses in Portland
Enjoy shopping, beer and coffee in Portland while supporting B-corps and other businesses who share their profits with people in need.
The Wide, Wild World of Portland’s Tender Loving Empire
Part record label, part handmade art showcase, this hybrid creative marketplace puts Portland artists first.
Portland Costume Shops
People in Portland like to dress up all year! Find vintage duds, professional makeup and fabulous wigs at these favorite Portland costume shops.
Support 80+ black-owned businesses, representing apparel, food and drink, health and wellness, service industries and much more, along with music, performances and a kid zone at this free event.
The Portland Night Market showcases many unique businesses that call Portland home. Blending food, culture, music, drinks and retail together for an adventurous evening in the Central Eastside. Come meet some of Portland’s best makers and creators! The Portland Night Market is a bimonthly, free event and open to all ages.
At the Quilt, Craft & Sewing Festival, you will find a wide variety of sewing, quilting, needle-art and craft supply exhibits from many quality companies, along with make ‘n’ takes, free demos, daily door prize drawings and more.
Portland’s biannual art and craft fair boasts unique handmade wares from 225+ local vendors.