Breckenridge Shopping Scene: Boutiques, Malls and Galleries
This historic destination once operated as a mining town located at the base of the Tenmile Range. Today, buildings that date from the 1880s and 1890s have been transformed into boutiques, galleries and restaurants creating a must-see destination for retail therapy. In addition to some 200 stores on Main Street, Breck also has well known brands and distinct galleries. For an in-depth look, learn more about the Breckenridge shopping scene.
Breckenridge Shopping Scene: Top Stores, Malls and Galleries
Shop Breckenridge Main Street
Main Street, the heart of Breckenridge, features a downtown strip with dozens of boutiques, popular shops and locally-owned specialty stores that visitors can’t resist. In fact, many state Main Street is what sets Breckenridge apart from other ski resorts in Colorado.
Whether in need of self-care or simply filling a couple of hours, historic Main Street welcomes visitors with friendly locals, interesting items, equipment and necessities. Visit art galleries to select a Breck-made piece to take home or buy groceries and local products.
Christmas shopping in Breckenridge? Don’t forget to stop by A Swam Mountain Christmas where they personalize ornaments. Need something to wear? Find several shops that sell apparel, gear, accessories, shoes and even handmade children clothes. Families should also take kids to the toy store where they can play and find something just for them.
Main Street Station — a mix-use area with residences and commercial businesses — also offers shopping options. Here, visitors browse jewelers, clothing, sports apparel and gear, and gadgets.
La Cima Mall
Head to the south end of Main Street to browse shops at La Cima Mall. This mini shopping district houses art galleries, spas and treatments services, clothing retailers and other godies. For over 25 years, La Cima Mall has offered shoppers popular options mixed with restaurants and local treats.
Shops include Breckenridge Photo, Cecilia’s, Beck Trading Co. and Arts Alive Gallery. When visiting La Cima Mall, stop at Empire Burger, which made our best burgers in Colorado list.
Outlets at Silverthorne – Red Village
The Outlets at Silverthorne – Red Village is located about 15 miles from Breckenridge in nearby Silverthorne. Perfect for a day trip or friends activity, this outlet mall offers a huge selection and big discounts. Outlets at Silverthorne has three different villages – red, blue and green – each with their own retailers, sitting areas and paths. Shoppers can visit one or all three to find savings on their favorite brands.
Popular names include Levi’s, Loft, J. Crew, American Eagle, Chico’s and Gap, to name a few. Kid’s specialty shops are Carter’s, OshKosh and Gymboree. In addition to shops, visitors have access to a Tesla charging station, Starbucks, Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory and other restaurants.
Breck’s Art Galleries
In addition to locally-owned shops and brand names, Breckenridge also has a lively arts scene. Most artists, studios and galleries are located in Breckenridge Arts District, a gathering spot for locals and visitors.
To sample this artsy Breckenridge shopping scene, explore galleries and studios. For example, Breckenridge Gallery has showcased regional artists for more than 30 years. Raitman Art Galleries features Colorado contemporary fine art, and has two locations in Breckenridge. For realistic scenic images, shop Gary Soles Gallery, Collier Photography and Nick Selway – all of which sell photographs and special Colorado prints.
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