Did you know?
Many unique shops & boutiques can only be found downtown, on Stephen Avenue, at the Core, or Bankers Hall?
Stephen Avenue Walk
Spanning from 1 Street SE to 4 Street SW along 8 Avenue, Stephen Avenue is host to a wide selection of fine dining, art galleries, cafés and retail shops in a beautiful historic setting. Vehicle access is limited to after 6pm, making it Downtown Calgary’s prime pedestrian outdoor mall.
Whether it’s stopping into Lammle’s for some a Stampede outfit, Fluevog for a new set of kicks, the historic Hudsons Bay for Bay Days, or Four20 Premium Market for a little relaxation — Stephen Avenue won’t disappoint.
The Core (TD Square & Holt Renfrew)
Calgary's only Downtown shopping centre includes a one-of-a-kind glass atrium ceiling and a beautiful indoor park! The CORE is shopping with a distinctly urban accent.
The Core is host to your premium shopping destinations such as Harry Rosen, Simons, Holt Renfrew, and Michael Kors. The massive indoor shopping centre also sports a generous food court, select restaurants and even a suite of medical offices.
Situated in the heart of downtown Calgary, the towers of Bankers Hall cut an impressive figure against the skyline. The Bankers Hall shopping atrium is home to some of Calgary's most fashionable retailers and so much more, including: La Chic, Zyn, and FYIDoctors.
Don’t forget to stop into Earls afterwards and treat yourself to a nice meal or cocktail, you deserve it.
Eau Claire Market
Want to pair your shopping experience with a beautiful riverside walk or picnic? Located in the hub of the riverfront activity and the city's extensive pathway system, Eau Claire is often playing host to many different events and festivals.
Eau Clair is also home to Downtown Calgary’s Cineplex movie theatre. So enjoy the unique stores, drop in for some sushi, or just stop by to catch a flick.
There are a wide variety of other various shopping destinations downtown, from the newly renovated Stephen Avenue Place, Bow Valley Square, Eighth Avenue Place, to the shops and cafe’s in the East Village.