Whether you are looking for thrift stores in the Arts District or a local bookstore in Shockoe Slip, you can find everything on your shopping list (and more) in downtown Richmond. While you explore all of the specialty shops throughout RVA’s downtown, make sure to visit the historic 17th Street Market on the weekends for the Richmond Night Market and RVA Black Farmers Market or take in the sights and smells of Cary Street with a cup of coffee and pastry from one of downtown’s many cafes. You’ll need your energy if you want to cover all of downtown’s must-see shopping spots!
101 E. Main Street
Nestled in a quiet block of Main Street in Monroe Ward, Bradley’s Antiques offers a knowledgeable staff and eclectic mix of antiques.
616 E. Franklin Street
Find vintage decor, clothing, furniture and more at this Financial District storefront.
400 W. Broad Street
A downtown staple when it comes to thrifting, Circle Thrift offers men’s and women’s clothing, home goods & serves as an art space.
1821 E. Main Street
Justin Westbrook offers every type of furniture you are looking for: beds, mirrors and even fireplaces.
322 W. Broad Street
A streetwear shop offering vintage t-shirts, sneakers, hats, sneaker cleaning services and more.
1717 E. Main Street
A boutique offering quality suits at affordable prices.
310 E. Broad Street
Get a well-polished look with off-the-rack suits or a one-of-a-kind custom tailored suits and shirts at 707.
106 W. Broad Street
Charged Up is a hybrid lifestyle and entertainment brand bringing original merchandise, music and more to Broad Street.
212 W. Broad Street
A creative brand offering exclusive collections of merchandise and beyond.
100 W. Broad Street
Find the perfect piece for the man in your life at this upscale consignment store for men.
315 W. Broad Street
Ledbury’s staple products include polo shirts, sweaters, sport coats, and accessories for any occasion and are the perfect fit for any guy in your life who enjoys a staple, fashionable piece.
323 W. Broad Street
Shop affordable bohemian and contemporary styles in women's fashion and accessories at Mod & Soul.
Give a gift that stands out with Sassy's collection of affordable statement pieces, high-quality handbags, and beauty products.
319 N. 2nd Street
Shop ethnic and cultural garments, artifacts and more from the 2 Street shop.
7 W. Broad Street
Joining Broad Street's staple streetwear scene is The Spot - a collaborative and creative coalition of artists.
325 W. Broad Street
Shop sustainable and designer women's clothing and accessories at Verdalina.
5 W. Broad Street
From wicker chairs and pastel couches to quaint and quirky home decor, this secondhand store offers sustainable options that are timeless.
1726 E. Main Street
An appointment-only, commercial showroom offering stone and tile products, porcelain slabs, wood flooring and more.
221 E. Clay Street
A retail showroom offering an array of art, decor, furniture and more for interior designers and their clients.
215 W. 7th Street
Hound Paint Co. is a one-stop paint shop with made-to-last, eco-friendly paints you can find at their storefront, purchase online and pick-up curbside.
211 W. Broad Street
A pop-up shop featuring tabletop pieces for the kitchen and dining room like handmade vases, candles, serving utensils and more.
202 W. Broad Street
At Kismet, you'll find items curated with the intention to help you find peace and a little magic in your everyday life, art and books to inspire you and a space for makers, artists and authors of Asian heritage to showcase their work.
22 E. Broad Street
The Someday Shop is a home goods store that sells handmade homewares, vintage items, and luxurious plants that will turn anyone's home into a Pinterest-perfect space.
1 N. 2nd Street
This shop is perfect for supporting local makers and smaller creators with thoughtfully sourced goods at affordable prices.
1802 E. Franklin Street
Browse natural products like bath bombs, hair care, skincare sets and more from this multicultural brand.
18 E. Broad Street
You’ll find a large gospel selection and hard-to-find CDs, DVDs, and vinyl selections at this record shop.
101 W. Franklin Street
Bloom’s is a floral boutique inside the Jefferson Hotel offering beautiful bouquets for every occasion.
20 E. Main Street
The first consignment and sample bridal boutique in downtown, Blue Sage Bridal is a woman-owned, all-inclusive space offering bridal gowns and accessories for every wedding theme.
1311 E. Main Street
The Book Bar is a Black- and Woman-owned bookstore that will provide customers and readers with an experience and space that centers Black, indigenous and other people-of-color authors.
9 S. 1st Street
One of the only plating shops in Virginia, Colonial Plating can plate just about anything – from copper to brass, fireplaces, trophies and chandeliers.
11 S. 15th Street
Screen cracks, logic board fixes, liquid damage and more – you break it, Computer Cave fixes it (fast).
1308 E. Cary Street
Dransfield Jewelers offers a large selection of one of a kind jewelry, estate and consignment pieces and designer collections.
1312 E. Cary Street
Fountain Bookstore has an endless selection of books ranging from fiction, nonfiction, and more.
104 W. Broad Street
The shop has options ranging from girls and boys clothing, toys, books, home goods, shoes and even gifts for the parents.
1321 ½ E. Main Street
Plant-based skincare and wellness products ranging from serums to body elixirs.
207 W. Broad Street
The gallery's gift shop features a constantly revolving collection of jewelry, ceramics, prints, books, and more that are perfect for any lover of art or design.
1714 E. Main Street
At Shockoe Bottom Clay, you'll find handmade ceramics like mugs, decor and more from local and regional artists.
115 N. 18th Street
A specialty store designed for the most outdoors-y of people, this one-stop shop is known for its exclusive selection of curated long-distance cycling products and quality cycling accessories.
800 E. Broad Street
Explore all sorts of gifts inspired by the history and culture of Virginia and the Library of Virginia's collections.
114 N. 2nd Street
A gear exchange stop to shop on your way to explore the James River Parks System for all of your outdoor consignment selling and buying needs.
300 E. Grace Street
Explore a large inventory of new and used records with the store's mainstay genres and smaller selections of hip-hop, jazz, disco and other genres.
19 E. Broad Street
Founded in 1900, this African-American, family-owned business has persevered for over a century and continues the tradition of watch repair and also selling fraternity and sorority paraphernalia and jewelry.
1321 1/2 E. Main Street
At this DIY bar, custom candle creations are made for you by you! Pick your vessel, choose your favorite scent and enjoy complimentary wine with your candlemaking experience.