St. Kitts and Nevis Shopping

From upscale to bargain bin, from local souvenirs to timeless finds, we’ve culled our favorite shopping locations in St. Kitts and Nevis.

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All Kind of Tings

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All Kind of Tings, a peppermint-pink edifice on Liverpool Row at College Street Ghaut, functions as a de facto vendors' market, where...

Caribelle Batik

  • Crafts

Caribelle Batik sells gloriously colored batik wraps, kimonos, caftans, T-shirts, dresses, wall hangings, and the like; you can watch...

CraftHouse

  • Crafts

This marvelous source for local specialties, from vetiver mats to leather moccasins, also has a smaller branch in the Cotton Ginnery.

Crafthouse

  • Crafts

The Crafthouse is one of the best sources for local dolls, wood carvings, and straw work. ...

Eva Wilkin Gallery

  • Art Galleries

Nevis has produced one artist of some international repute, the late Dame Eva Wilkin, who for more than 50 years painted island people,...

Island Fever

  • Clothing

The island's classiest shop carries an excellent selection of everything from bathing suits and dresses to straw bags and jewelry. ...

Nevis Handicraft Co-op Society

  • Crafts

This shop across from the tourist office offers works by local artisans (clothing, ceramic ware, woven goods) and locally produced honey,...

Newcastle Pottery

  • Crafts

This cooperative has continued the age-old tradition of hand-built red-clay pottery fired over burning coconut husks. It's possible to...

Palms Court Gardens

  • Shopping Centers/Malls

Talk about multitasking: this little oasis offers a restaurant, an infinity pool and hot tub with bay views, miniature botanical gardens,...

Pelican Mall

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This shopping arcade, designed to look like a traditional Caribbean street, has more than 20 stores (purveying mostly resort wear, souvenirs...

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