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York's Designer Outlet
This large outlet mall is the perfect place to go to get name brand products at discounted prices. It is a ten-minute drive south of the York City center. Shoppers can rider the free bus operated by York's Designer Outlet. The free bus runs between the mall and the train station in the city center every ten minutes.

Stonegate
This street in the city center of York is the perfect place to head for antique lovers. There are lots of fantastic antique stores in the area as well as many little boutique shops, cafes and tearooms.

The Shambles
One of the oldest streets in York, The Shambles dates from medieval times. The street was originally lined with butcher shops, but now they have been transformed into many interesting little curiosity shops. One end of The Shambles empties into the central Kings Square, which is a very popular gathering place that is always full of street entertainers.

The Quarter
Located in York's historic city center, The Quarter consists of several old cobblestone streets that are full of gift shops, art galleries, curiosity shops and fashion boutiques. This is a great area to spend the day wandering around the beautiful neighborhood and finding all sorts of unique items that can be found nowhere else.

Browns of York
Yorks' oldest department store, Browns, opened up way back in 1896. The store is full of housewares, clothing, beauty supplies and a number of great tearooms. Visitors can find Browns of York at the corner of St Sampsons Square and Davygate.

The Inkwell
This is a very unique little store that is great for nostalgia fans. Located on Gillygate Road, The Inkwell carries all types of music on CD and vinyl. It is also full of all kinds of retro gift items and books on history and pop culture. The store is the former site of a schoolhouse, and it retains that motif with a blackboard, desks and employees dressed in 50s clothing.

The Little Diamond Shop
Anyone that is looking for jewelry in York does not need to look any further than The Little Diamond Shop on Lendal. This amazing jewelry store has been in business since the 19th century. It has d├ęcor that dates from the Edwardian era as well as a huge selection of jewelry of all types. It has a particularly nice assortment of engagement and wedding rings, making it a great place for couples to visit.


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