|Aberdeen Historic Downtown|
|Off U.S. 1 and N.C. 5 between South and Maple Streets. (910) 944-1110
A NC “Main Street” community and historic district featuring antiques, collectibles, handicrafts and unique gift boutiques.
|Cameron Historic District|
|U.S. 1 north of Southern Pines. (910) 245-7001
Listed in the National Register, three blocks of antique shops, vintage homes and churches housed in structures dating to the 1870’s. Lunch available at quaint Miss Belle’s Tea Room or Dewberry Deli (Old Hardware).
|Midland Road Shops|
|Midland Road, Pinehurst.
Diverse group of shops in the Market Place that offers gifts, jewelry and much more. Lunch available.
|Moore County Farmers Markets|
|Residents and visitors alike are able to buy fresh produce at various sites in Southern Pines and Pinehurst.Downtown Southern Pines Market – Located at the intersection of South East Broad Street and East New York Avenue near the park in Southern Pines. Open Saturdays from 8am until noon. This market operates from April – September.
Homegrown on the Village Green Farmers’ Market – Located at the Village Green sand parking lot on Village Green Road West in Pinehurst. Open Fridays from 10am-1pm. This market operates from April 15 through September.
Market At the Armory Sports Complex – Located on Morganton Road in Southern Pines next to the Armory. Open Thursdays from 9am-1pm. This market operates from April – October.
Market At the Fitness Center – Located at 170 Memorial Drive in Pinehurst. OpenMondays from 2-6pm. This market operates April – September.
Market At Sandhills Community College – Located in Aristotle Lot off of Airport Road. Open Wednesdays from 3-6pm. This market runs from May 20 through August 5.
|Off NC 211 at NC 5. A wide variety of restaurants plus the convenience of a cleaners, pharmacy, grocery store and more.|
|U.S. 15-501 and Morganton Road, Southern Pines
A modern shopping center with department stores, dress shops, specialty shops, grocery store and restaurants.
|On/around NC 705 north of Robbins to the Seagrove area.
An area of about 15-miles radius boasting 80+ family potteries. Many creating and selling handcrafted dishes, vases, etc., for over nine generations with distinctive styles and specialties. Often see potters at work. Stop by the CVB for a map.
|Sandhills Woman’s Exchange|
|15 Azalea Rd., Pinehurst. (910) 295-4677
Local cooperative shop in historic log cabin offers early American crafts and baked goods for sale. Open Sept. to mid-May, 10 am-4 pm weekdays and 11 am-3 pm Sat. (closed Sat. in Jan. and Feb.). Tea Room serves lunch 11:30 am-2:30 pm weekdays.
|Seven Lakes Shopping Center|
|NC 211 W., 3 miles west of West End.
A variety of shops, restaurants and businesses flourish near Seven Lakes and Beacon Ridge Country Clubs.
|Southern Pines Historic Downtown|
|U.S.1 N. to the Broad Street area.
Trees, flowers and courtyards grace the specialty shops, galleries and cafes for a lovely village atmosphere.
|U.S. 1/15-501 Shopping Area|
A wide variety of finds dot these dual throughfares, ranging from super-sized department stores and golf equipment outlets to small specialty shops. Also plentiful in this area are restaurants to suit any taste.
|Village of Pinehurst|
|A replica of a quaint, turn-of-the-century New England village just made for strolling. Offers an array of fascinating specialty shops, galleries, restaurants and more, including a mini-mall of shops in the old Theatre Building.|