Stores in downtown Boulder offer apparel, arts and crafts, galleries, baby clothes and accessories, biking supplies, books and stationery, consignment items, gifts and novelties, home kitchen and garden, jewelry, sporting goods and much more. If you love fashion and like the idea of shopping for a cause, check out the annual Fashion Under the Flatirons Runway Show, proceeds of which benefit a local nonprofit organization.
Boulder's famous Pearl Street mall is alive with fun and festivities all year long. The Pearl Street Mall is a great place to shop, people watch and see the work of local artists any time of year. It is pedestrian friendly and entertaining for people of all ages.
Twenty Ninth Street Retail District offers a wide array of retail stores, restaurants, and coffee shops, and a multiplex movie theater, all in an outdoor setting with spectacular mountain views. This two-level shopping center is one of Boulder’s newest and features dozens of restaurants in addition to many well-known retail stores.
The Village, at the heart of Boulder, is comprised of over 40 locally owned specialty shops and restaurants, especially suited to the eclectic and diverse community of Boulder.
McGuckin Hardware is a Boulder institution that’s been locally owned and operated since 1955, and is definitely worth a stop if you want to get a taste of Boulder’s heritage. If you need help finding an unusual item, or you’re looking for advice on your next DIY project, McGuckin Hardware is a great place to start, offering over 200,000 items and 18 departments in one great store.
Nearby Flatiron Crossing offers an indoor and outdoor mall area with over 200 different shops, a 14-screen movie theatre, and more. Whatever you might be looking for, you’re sure to find it when you’re shopping in Boulder.