Walla Walla offers visitors plenty of opportunities to bring back souvenirs from vacation. From antiques to collectibles to art supplies, computers, golf supplies and more, Walla Walla’s diverse shopping opportunities promises to give you a shopping experience that cannot be matched anywhere else. Walla Walla’s main shopping is located on Main Street. This is where visitors will be able to find the Walla Walla Farmer’s Market amongst many other one-of-a-kind stores and public art collections.
If you have antiques in mind, located on Main Street is Mandrake’s Antiques. Specializing in American furniture from the mid 19th century to the mid 20th century, Mandrake’s Antiques also provides custom upholstery services for antiques. Shady Lawn Antiques and Espresso, located at 711 N Rose Street, features accessories, collectibles and furnishings from the 19th and 20th centuries alike. The Antique Mall is located 315 South 9th Avenue. The space is clean, well-lit and loaded with an abundant of treasures. You will find vintage apparel and accessories, including a dressing room to make sure your “new” vintage outfits are your size. Books, light fixtures and glassware are just some of the interesting objects you will find.
Klicker’s Antique and Fruit Store is a Walla Walla institution. Located at 3300 E. Isaacs Avenue, next to Walla Walla Community College, Klickers are known for their famous strawberry. Klicker berries are a vine-ripened strawberry that has been grown in the foothills of the Blue Mountains by the Klicker Family for over 80 years. Besides their famous strawberries, the store also has antiques, gifts, local produce, and gourmet packaged foods, as well as pumpkins and Christmas trees in season.
The Downtown Walla Walla Farmers Market offers visitors a chance to buy something that is authentic Walla Walla. Located at Fourth and Main in Walla Walla, the Farmer’s Market offers live music and a wide array of local vendors selling everything from jewelry to fresh produce, baked goods and local specialty foods.
Walla Walla is a relatively small town, but there’s no shortage of shops, galleries, and gift stores. Search the Walla Walla Uncovered directory for an extensive list of options.