Downtown Fort Smith
offers a good old-fashioned shopping experience with friendly merchants in a a quaint atmosphere. Retailers throughout the community pride themselves on individualized, personal service. Shoppers will find art, beautiful house wares, stylish shoes, bookstores, trendy consignment boutiques, cowboy attire and a variety of charming cafés up and down Garrison Avenue and throughout downtown.
Fort Smith also features an exciting new shopping area called "The Pavilion" near Phoenix Avenue and I-540 with upscale national chain shopping. If that's not enough, shopping at Central Mall is just fifteen minutes from downtown. The region's largest shopping center offers department stores, jewelry and unique gifts.
3215 South 74th Street
One of the most unique shopping experiences in Fort Smith, the BrickCity Emporium is 20,000 square feet of shopping and dining, with more than 160 unique shops featuring everything from handmade and repurposed items to vintage treasures, home decor, gifts and even women's and children's boutiques. Workshops, demonstrations and even the Patio Cafe make BrickCity a favorite shopping experience for locals and visitors alike. Promoted as featuring "The Biggest Little Shoppes in Town," it's a dream come true for motor coach groups and convention attendees visiting Fort Smith from all around the country since no two trips to the BrickCity Emporium are the same with merchandise that is constantly changing.
Belle Starr Antiques
21 North 4th Street
(Only 1 block off downtown Fort Smith's historic Garrison Avenue, turn right onto 4th Street by the Hamburger Barn. The shop sits on the corner of 4th and A Street.)
Open Tuesday - Saturday 10:30-5:00 and by appointment
Belle Starr Antiques features 7,200 sqare feet of booths with a variety of primitives, antique furniture and collectibles, glassware, and vintage clothing and jewelery. The shop showcases a few local artists as well, such as a local jewelery maker who refurbishes vintage jewelery, a local soap/candle maker, and a local photographer who specializes in depictions of Arkansas.
4407 Burrough Road
This antique mall has over 50 dealers spread out over 10,000 square feet. Remember When Antique Mall is open 9:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. daily and on Sunday from 12:30-5 p.m.
115 Lecta Avenue
An Arkansas shopping institution, the Now & Then Shoppe's inventory is tucked away into various rooms, hallways and staircases of two big sprawling houses connected at the center. Find both new gifts and old antiques, all arranged in cozy elegance for every space, personality and budget.
4300 Rogers Avenue
Located on Rogers Avenue, a short distance from Central Mall and historic downtown Fort Smith, this shopping center has such stores and boutiques as Talbot's, Blessed Baby, Momo's Gourmet Foods & Gifts, Belle, Saied Music and Kopper-Kettle Candies (famous for their handmade Arkansas chocolates!) and others, as well as several restaurants.
2801 Old Greenwood Road
Located at the South East corner of Old Greenwood Road and Country Club Drive this shopping center has unique shops as The Gourmet Gallery, needlepoint and quilting supply, specialty apparel boutiques for the whole family, Paul's Meat Market, and the national BBQ sausage champion, Fort Smith's own Pink Flamingo BBQ.
StoneWood Village Shopping Center
7320 Rogers Avenue
Located at the corner of East Rogers and 74th Street across from the St. Edward Mercy Hospital.
Williamsburg Square Shopping Center
4100 Rogers Avenue