Magazine Street

Tourists who want to shop for art, clothing, jewelry, and more visit Magazine Street, a great place to pick up wares in a historic district.

Boutiques, Galleries, and Specialty Retailers in the Garden District

Magazine Street in New Orleans is a top spot for major shopping or a leisurely window shopping stroll. This 6-mile stretch of boutiques, art galleries, and specialty retailers runs from the Garden District to Uptown New Orleans, and it features some of the best stores in the city. On Magazine Street, you’ll find antique shops, places to buy crafts, clothing stores, and so much more. Magazine Street attracts tourists not only for the shopping, but also for the amazing architecture that can be admired – including colorful Victorian cottages and Greek Revival buildings.

Shop and Stop for Coffee

Magazine Street was originally named after a “magazin,” which is a late 1700s warehouse that housed products waiting to be exported. Today, the shopping street is still filled with amazing things to buy, including accessories, food items, home decor, and souvenir. One of the most fun things about shopping on Magazine Streets is there are many little coffee shops that have outdoor patios, which make perfect places to stop and rest over a hot beverage and sweet treat. Magazine Street is a top spot in New Orleans to buy china, books, jewelry, furniture, and so much more.