Shopping Malls

Fashion Fair Mall
Fashion Fair is the Central Valley’s premier shopping destination. It offers four department stores as well as over 120 specialty and service stores. Recent renovations feature new stone-textured flooring, custom carpeted accents in new soft seating areas, new mall amenities and landscaping. The addition of new skylights and lighting dramatically transformed the existing interior into a skylit interior retail streetscape. First & Shaw, Fresno, CA (559) 224-1591

Fulton Mall
In 1964, the Fulton Mall was created by closing six blocks of Fulton Street along with short segments of three intersecting streets to vehicular traffic. This design brilliantly integrates art and landscape architecture, while also featuring some outstanding displays of early classical California high-rises – many with state and national historic designations. The Mall affords visitors an opportunity to stroll down an open-air mall and enjoy one of the finest public art collections anywhere. The Mall is home to shops, restaurants, and offices as well as hosting many special events and festivals throughout the year. Downtown Fresno, CA (559) 490-9966

Manchester Center
Manchester Center was the first regional mall in Fresno and has recently been renovated to serve as mixed-use facility while building on its retail core. The Center is anchored by Sears and Gottschalks, as well as being home to numerous specialty shops, drug store, restaurants and food court, and a new multi-screen 4000 seat, stadium seating cinema. Blackstone & Shields, Fresno, CA (559) 225-7500

River Park Shopping Center
River Park is the place in the Central Valley for shopping, dining and entertainment. Located on Blackstone Avenue near the 41 freeway, River Park features multiple shopping and eating establishments within distinct shopping environments: The Shops at River Park, The Marketplace at River Park and River Park Plaza. Stores in River Park carry everything from sports, to books, to home furnishings, to apparel for the whole family. Dining also offers a diverse range of selections from casual to fine dining. An Edwards 21 Stadium Theatre is a focal point for the center. Blackstone & Nees, Fresno, CA (559) 439-8389

Sierra Vista Mall
It's time to make a trip to Sierra Vista Mall for the best in shopping, entertainment and dining in Clovis! Whether you enjoy a relaxing dinner at one of the mall's restaurants or spend the day shopping at all your favorite stores, Sierra Vista Mall offers a fun entertainment experience. Clovis & Shaw, Clovis, CA (559) 299-0660

Shopping Areas

Fig Garden Village
Visit Fig Garden Village for the best shopping, entertainment and dining in Fresno! Whether you enjoy a relaxing dinner on the patio at one of the shopping center's restaurants or spend the day shopping at all your favorite stores, Fig Garden Village offers a unique shopping experience. As one of the oldest and most exclusive shopping areas in Fresno – guests enjoy shady walkways and well appointed store fronts making the shopping an experience to remember. Palm & Shaw, Fresno, CA (559) 226-4084

Kingsburg Swedish Village
The beautiful rural community of Kingsburg is located on Freeway 99, 20 miles south of Fresno. And is home to old world atmosphere accented with a touch of Sweden. The Swedish Village was created to beautify the downtown while honoring the region’s Swedish heritage. The architecture of the town captures the flavor of a Swedish Village and the traditions and values of the early Swedish settlers are passed on still today. Downtown Kingsburg is filled with quaint shops and family owned restaurants, while the streetscape includes brightly painted buildings, Dala horses, Swedish flags, and shady bay trees. Along with a diverse array of shopping and dining opportunities, Kingsburg’s Swedish Village offers authentic Swedish gift items and restaurants. The community hosts celebrations and festivals throughout the year, which feature traditional Swedish dress, food, ceremonies, and entertainment. Downtown Kingsburg, CA (559) 897-1111

Old Town Clovis
The charm and character of the Old West have been preserved in Old Town Clovis offering restored turn of the century architecture, cobblestone streets, colorful flowers and inviting park benches. It is a delightful place to stroll down classic brick sidewalks along new vibrant green streetscapes leading the way to a feast of restaurants – Italian, French, Mexican and English tea. Quaint antique shops and specialty stores brimming with treasures beckon. Old Town Clovis has become center stage for a spring and summer full of festivals as well as home to the Clovis Dry Creek Historical Museum. Downtown Clovis, CA (559) 298-5774

Reedley Downtown
This charming turn of the century downtown is not only home to many historical structures including the beautifully restored 1903 Opera House, but also wonderful and unique shopping and dining options. Take a step back in time as you stroll through downtown and experience old-fashioned hospitality and friendly customer service at quaint, one of a kind shops and restaurants. Visitors are encouraged to experience history with a visit to the Mennonite Quilting Center and Reedley Museum, as well as a warm welcome at the Visitor Information areas in the Reedley Opera House and Reedley Chamber of Commerce. Downtown Reedley, CA (559) 638-5484

Tower District
The Historic Tower District emerged in the early 1900’s as a streetcar suburb of a rapidly growing Fresno. By the 1940’s its namesake (the Tower Theatre) had been built and the district had evolved into a dense, diverse, thriving neighborhood. In the late eighties the Tower District began a bit of a renaissance, spurred by the unique art deco architecture of the area, and the lively, pedestrian-oriented atmosphere. The Tower District serves as Fresno’s predominant arts and entertainment district. Neighborhood businesses include restaurants, cafes, nightclubs, performing arts facilities, live music and community theater venues, bakeries, delis, and a wide variety of specialty retail establishments selling used books, designer clothing, gourmet foods, and other unique goods and services. The Tower District has a great nightlife, with something for every taste and a blend of many different cultures offering dining and entertainment opportunities. Olive Ave. (north of Downtown), Fresno, CA (559) 497-8362