Where to Shop
From locally owned specialty stores to some of the most eclectic collections of antique, thrift and consignment shops, Newport News offers a refreshingly unique shopping experience. It's here that you'll find shopping that is both charming and personal!
City Center at Oyster Point
At the heart of Newport News lives an open-air shopping district landscaped in a "southern-living" style, complete with a breathtaking five-acre fountain. City Center at Oyster Point presents the finest apparel, gourmet foods, exquisite spas and salons, plus unique and exciting home gift ideas from around the world.
Denbigh Shopping District
Hobbies, such as comics and aquariums, and international markets make up the bulk of the unique stores you can find at the Denbigh Shopping District close to Joint Base Langley-Eustis. While you’re there, make an adventure out of it at Surge Adventure Park and eat at one of the many local restaurants in the area.
Hidenwood/Christopher Newport University Shopping District
Close to our very own Christopher Newport University, this shopping center is full of local flavor with organic food and farmer’s markets. Play some billiards or laser tag or relax at the local taphouse.
Historic Hilton Village
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Historic Hilton Village features quaint, locally-owned shops and services. This unique shopping experience offers everything from fine clothing and quality furs to antiques and collectibles, artwork, consignment, jewelry, crafts, beads, and more.
This 385,000 square foot destination features some of the best of your hometown retail favorites: swimwear to golf wear, home furnishings, to gourmet wines, jewelry, skincare, gifts, and shoes, shoes, shoes! At Jefferson Commons, you'll find dozens of national retailers.