Shopping in Springfield is an excursion with hundreds of stores throughout the city. If you’re looking to spend some cash on a souvenir, update your wardrobe, or find something unique for your home, here are some must-see shopping districts.

Battlefield Mall features more than 150 stores in 1.2 million square feet of space with the anchor stores being JCPenney, two Dillard’s stores, and Macy’s. If you’re hungry, the mall has dozens of
snack shops and eateries and a food court. Some of the newest stores include H&M, Lululemon, Dry Goods, Sno Bubble Tea, Sunshine and Wine Boutique and Versona.

Family ShoppingShopping at Battlefield Mall

Across the street from Battlefield Mall is the Brentwood Center. Filled with locally owned boutiques, restaurants, and salon services, it’s a great place to find clothing, treats and home decor. Some shops and restaurants to stop by are Farmer’s Gastropub, The Market, Staxx, Modern Society Boutique, Olive and Ivy Boutique, H·I·M, Blackwell’s, Bon Bon’s Candy House and others.

The Ozarks Farmers MarketThe Ozark Farmers' Market.

For homegrown products, you can visit seven farmers’ markets across the Ozarks, including the Farmers Market of the Ozarks, C-Street City Market, the Greater Springfield Farmers’ Market, The Ozark Farmers’ Market, Metro Eats, Greater Polk County Farmers Market, and Nixa Area Farmers’ Market filled with locally grown produce, homemade crafts, candles and delicious food. Downtown Springfield is bustling with dozens of coffee shops, restaurants, and local businesses selling everything from soap and pottery to candy and Springfield-themed goods.

Askinosie Chocolate

Sampling chocolate at Askinosie

The ever-growing Historic Commercial Street flourishes with life as over 30 unique shops and restaurants have reignited the old district. Do the C-Street stroll and find everything from tea and coffee shops to home decor and fresh flowers.

If bigger is better in your book, head to Bass Pro Shops® Outdoor World®, the first and largest Bass Pro store in the world. The number one attraction in Missouri, it’s frequented by over 4 million visitors a year. In addition to all the hunting, fishing and camping gear you could ever want, this mothership boasts a huge indoor boat showroom. You can spend hours exploring the museums, gazing at aquarium fish and taking your photo with an array of wildlife displays around the store.

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