9 Best Places to Shop in Trinidad, Trinidad and Tobago

101 Art Gallery at Holder's Studio

Fodor's choice

Trinidad's foremost gallery showcases Jackie Hinkson (figurative watercolors), Peter Sheppard (stylized realist local landscapes in acrylic), Sundiata (semiabstract watercolors), and other local artists. Openings are usually held on Tuesday evening.


Fodor's choice

Acclaimed local designer Meiling Esau showcases her classically detailed Caribbean resort clothing here.


Fodor's choice

Stecher's at the airport carries perfumes, china, crystal, handcrafted pieces, cigars, and jewelry.

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Just CDs and Accessories

This shop carries a good selection of popular local musicians as well as other music genres.

Long Circular Rd., St. James, Trinidad and Tobago
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Independence Sq., Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago
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Rainy Days Gift Shop

Stylish handmade batik items, Ajoupa (an attractive, local terra-cotta pottery), local art, T-shirts, and many other gift items are available here.

Long Circular Rd., Trinidad and Tobago
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Rate Includes: Closed Sun.


The soca and steel-pan recordings and other local music from this airport store (it's in duty-free) make great last-minute souvenirs.

T-Wee Liquor Store

The deals on alcohol here would be hard to find in many other parts of the world.

Y. De Lima & Co.

All the traditional duty-free luxury goods are available from this store, a Trinidad institution since 1885.

Piarco, Trinidad and Tobago