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Shopping & Spas

Whether you’re here with family, friends or a girls’ trip, the Golden Isles and St. Simons Shopping will not disappoint! With numerous shops located through out the island, the surrounding islands, and the mainland there is plenty to keep you busy.

  • Redfern Village

    Spend the day shopping with a break for lunch. Shops in Redfern include furnishings and gifts, clothing, art galleries, jewelry and restaurants. Local favorites include the Tibi outlet (fashions from local designer Amy Smilovic) and Gogo Jewelry where Georgia jewelry designer Gogo Ferguson uses wax casts of sea life, plants and animal bones to create unique and stunning gold and silver jewelry.

  • The Shops at Sea Island

    Why not expand your trip to the grocery to include a little shopping? With national brands like Talbots and Jos A. Banks paired with local favorites like GJ Ford Book Store, Nancy and Gentleman’s Outfitters, you’re sure to find something unique.

  • North Frederica

    On Frederica Road just north of the Sea Island Road intersection, shops are located on the west and east side of the street. Local favorites include the St. Simons Stitchery, Mimi’s Stationery and Orvis.

  • The Pier and Village

    Know to locals simply as “The Village,” you can top off a day of shopping with an ice cream cone on a park bench overlooking the ocean. Shops include furnishings, gifts, clothing, beach souvenirs, toys and dining. For an energy boost, pop in to Palm Coast Café for an espresso drink.

Nail Salons & Spas

  • ISLAND NAIL
    • 1700 Frederica Road #102
  • PRO NAIL
    • 244 Retreat Plaza
  • KP NAILS
    • 3600 Frederica Road #9
  • ROSALEE’S
    • 536 Ocean Blvd
  • ISLAND DAY SPA
    • 60 Cinema Land, Suite 140
      912.638.7799

    Facial treatments, massage, body treatments, waxing, nail care, laser treatments and packages available.

BRUNSWICK ISLAND SHOPPING

There’s no shortage of activities in Historic Downtown Brunswick, Georgia. With shopping, dining, art, theater and loads of historic landmarks, visitors enjoy exploring the streets and squares. Throughout the year, Brunswick hosts a variety of events and festivals that celebrate the city’s rich past and promising future. A stroll down Newcastle Street reveals several of Brunswick’s unique shops and restaurants. Weaving through the Old Town streets, sprawling Victorian homes line the city squares. And the majesty of 900-year-old Lover’s Oak is an ever-present anchor of the city. With so many unique shops in Historic Downtown Brunswick, you’ll enjoy uncovering unique treasures and souvenirs.

With so many unique shops in Historic Downtown Brunswick, you’ll enjoy uncovering unique treasures and souvenirs.

  • The Market on Newcastle

    1624 Newcastle Street
    An emporium featuring home furnishings and accents, books, gifts, paper products, jewelry and more, The Market on Newcastle is a favorite destination for unique finds.

  • Hattie’s Books

    1531 Newcastle Street
    With a dog named Mr. Wiggles as the book shop’s resident host, Hattie’s Books features best sellers, Georgia authors, area history and everything in between. Hattie’s gladly offers personal service and places special orders.

  • Color Me Happy

    1426 Newcastle Street
    A paint-your-own pottery studio that believes everyone is an artist. Visit to paint your own pottery or canvas—a great rainy-day or any-day activity.

  • Lai Lai’s Gifts & Interiors

    1213 Newcastle Street
    Featuring home essentials, gifts, packaged gourmet foods and clothing accessories, this boutique offers a remarkable collection sure to please.

  • Take Too Furnishings

    1700 Gloucester Street
    The “designer consignor” offers a selection of antiques, traditional and unique furnishings, art, lighting, rugs and decorative accessories in their 3,000 square foot showroom.

With the city’s history dating back to the 1700s, it’s no wonder Brunswick features such a unique selection of antique shops.

  • Brown’s Antiques

    1328 Newcastle Street
    With a wide selection of furnishings, china and home décor, Brown’s is a treasure trove of unique items.

  • Piddlers

    1505 Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard
    A true collector, the owner of Piddlers has amassed an assortment of antiques from furnishings to parts and pieces. Brush back the dust to reveal all sorts of hidden gems!

  • Victorian Place

    1412 Gloucester Street
    With two floors of collections, this antique mall features finds from a variety of vendors.

  • Antiques Etc.

    1601 Newcastle Street
    This collection of shops under a single roof will please all sorts of pickers. Furnishings, vintage and rare books, jewelry, coins and silver, art, porcelain and crystal and much more are available at Antiques Etc.