A dozen shops with home furnishings are located downtown. Each has it's own style and selection. Enjoy comparing and then pick out the style that best fits your home.
Colro House, Cottage, Corner, Design Works, DeVries & Combos, Dimensions Kitchen & Bath, Fram Works, Harbour bay Furniture, Home & Company, Northern Rustics, The Picket Fence, Teeman's Three Chairs Co. Tin Ceiling.
A variety of shops that include fine arts and high end decorative items. I always find that I love to browse. Most is to delicate for my house, but they are beautiful to to behold. Many include nautically themed works.
Castle Park Gallery, Holland Area Arts Council, Holland Museum, Lake Effect Gallery, Moynihan Gallery, The Nines gallery, Reflections Fine Art, Shaker Messenger, Uptown gallery.
Located at the west end of downtown at 8th & River, Reader's World is a full line bookstore. If you're staying in the area, they'll order something just for you.
What to buy: Local authors and topics. They have a great selection of Great Lakes and Michigan references, stories, and histories.
Over a dozen apparel shops exist downtown along 8th in three blocks from Columbia to River Avenues. Window shop or stop in.
Chico's, Classic Btridal, Faye's at Mira, HarborWear, jb & Me, Jos. A. Bank Clothiers, Lokker-Turgers, Main Sport, Outpost, Roxie's Vintage, Studio K, Talbot's Tikal, Yeta's, Borr's Shoes, Loker's Shores, Sole Mate by jb & me.
Over 30 outlet stores, including a Gap Outlet, Carter's, Bass, Reebok, Casual Corner, and Eddie Bauer, offering 20 to 70% off regular retail prices everyday on everything for the family. Holland Outlet Center is located adjacent to the Dutch Village complex and has a Dutch village atmosphere.
Hours: Mo-Sa 10 am-9 pm; Su 11 am-6 pm.
Closed Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas.
What to buy: Buy direct from the manufacturer and receive factory-to-you savings on famous brand name men's and women's apparel, shoes, gifts, home furnishings, children's apparel, luggage, and more.
This factory showroom features a wide selection of the popular blue and white pottery, both locally made and imported. There are also Dutch-style wooden shoes made on the premises, and of course, the standard selection of t-shirts and other tourist mementos of questionable value.
What to buy: Delftware. Our only purchase was several miniature pairs of delftware "wooden" shoes to be used as Christmas tree ornaments.