Circle Centre: Connected by skywalks to several downtown hotels and the Indiana Convention Center, Circle Centre offers 100+ stores for shopping and is anchored by Carson Pirie Scott.
Castleton Square Mall: As the largest mall in the state, Castleton buzzes with four major department stores, 130 specialty shops, and several dining options.
Mass Ave: Known for eclectic and independent boutiques, this cultural district also includes the nation's oldest shoe store, Stout's, and local favorites like Silver in the City and Homespun.
Fountain Square: Known for its retro charm, this cultural district southeast of downtown is full of antique shops, music stores, and art galleries.
Broad Ripple: Most popular for its hot nightlife scene, Broad Ripple also has a lineup of locally owned shops that make it a must for astute shoppers.
Carmel Art & Design District: Located north of Indy, Carmel is home to some of areas best interior designers, art galleries, showrooms, and boutique clothiers.
Indianapolis Museum of Art Store: The Museum Store offers collectibles that reflect the museum's most popular art pieces (the Robert Indiana LOVE sculpture is a favorite), as well as cutting-edge interpretations of everyday objects from contemporary American & European artists.
Clay Terrace: Located on the northside of Indy in Carmel, this chic shopping destination lets shoppers stroll outside while hopping between local boutiques and national retailers.
Zionsville: Just outside the Indianapolis metro area, this charming little town offers a variety of locally owned boutiques and restaurants and a setting straight out of a Norman Rockwell painting.