Shopping

Missoula is home to western Montana’s largest indoor shopping mall, national discount and department stores and dozens of interesting downtown stores and boutiques.

Southgate Mall
Southgate Mall is your most convenient Missoula shopping destination. With more than 100 stores and 10,000 brands, you’ll find something for everyone in the family and for every occasion. The largest mall in western Montana, Southgate Mall stores offer women’s apparel, shoes, kid and teen clothing, jewelry, sporting goods, appliances, electronics, and more. Browse department stores, specialty shops, and boutiques. When you’re ready for a break, pick from some of the most popular Missoula dining options, all under the same roof. This is great Missoula shopping and Missoula dining in one convenient location.

Southgate Mall is locally owned and operated, so in addition to hosting fabulous Missoula shopping, the mall is home to several popular events and helps support local, non-profit organizations. Check the calendar of events to see what’s coming up next. There’s a variety of activities, including the regularly scheduled Kids Klub, so when you need ideas for kids’ activities and entertainment, your favorite Missoula mall is the place to be.
Provided by:
Southgate Mall
2901 Brooks St
Missoula, MT 59801
(406) 721-5140

Downtown
Where history meets culture, Downtown is the showcase of Missoula’s personality. With nearly 200 retail stores, art galleries, restaurants, bars, breweries and bistros, Downtown features blocks of historical buildings, public art, remarkable dining and exceptional shopping, in addition to riverfront parks and trails. Nearly every Downtown business is locally owned, and the customer service is unparalleled. Visit with our Downtown Ambassadors, buy Downtown Gift Cards, or explore on your own. Be sure to visit the summertime public markets and the wide array of community festivals in Caras Park, Missoula’s Town Square. With one of the best Downtowns in the Pacific Northwest, Missoula has been nationally-recognized in a variety of publications, most recently as No. 8 in Liveability.com’s Top 100 Places to Live in 2015. Visit www.missouladowntown.com or stop in to the Downtown Missoula Partnership office at 218 East Main for additional information.
Provided by:
Downtown Missoula Partnership
A Collaboration of the MDA, BID and MDF
218 East Main Street, Suite C
Missoula, MT 59802
(406) 543-4238

Missoula Hip Strip
Missoula’s Hip Strip stretches from Hellgate High School to the Higgins Street Bridge. But you won’t want to just drive by what is a collection of the most unique shops in all of Missoula. From amazing food at The Silk Road, flowers and gifts at The Bitteroot Flower Shop to acupuncture or a massage at PRH Community Acupuncture. Make sure to end your adventures with a pint of your favorite local beer at Kettlehouse Brewing Company.

On the Hip Strip we have something for everyone and we invite you to spend the day on our block with 100% locally owned and operated businesses.

North Reserve
The corridor on North Reserve offers an extensive collection of retail therapy options ranging from national box stores, like Target, REI, and Home Depot, to local flavor like Romaine’s Restaurant and Cherry Berry Yogurt Bar. There are many ways to stay entertained while you shop with Missoula’s movie theatre and a variety of hotels, casinos and restaurants.

South Crossing
Missoula’s newest and fastest growing retail area is near the South Hills between 23rd and Reserve. South Crossing is now home to Cabela’s, Boot Barn and more. This growing area also offers a variety of restaurants including MacKenzie River Pizza Company, Noodles and Company, Paradise Falls and City Brew Coffee.