Shopping in Marlton
Raise your hand if you love to go shopping! If you raised your hand, you probably love living in the Marlton area. There are lots of great stores in the area where you can find just about anything under the sun.
Whether you’ve got a list of specific things you need, or just want to spend a few hours window shopping, here are some places you might want to check out.
- The Promenade at Sagemore: When it comes to shopping and dining, The Promenade at Sagemore is a great place to start your day. With stores like Brooks Brothers, Coach, Anthropologie, Ann Taylor and more there is something for everyone here. You can also grab a bite to eat while at The Promenade. P.F. Chang’s, Panera, Zoe’s Kitchen and several other restaurants have outlets here. Be sure to check the “Events” portion of The Promenade’s webpage as you will find that some of the stores hold special events and the Promenade is home to a summer concert series.
- Marlton Square: Marlton Square is another great place to head to for all of your shopping needs. Here you’ll find Chico’s, Janie & Jack, Papyrus, Yankee Candle and others. Marlton Square also has several places where you can get something to eat. Carlo’s Bakery, Mod, Starbucks, and Turning Point are all here. A bonus to shopping at Marlton Square is the ability to get your groceries at Trader Joe’s. Be sure to check the website for coupons and sales, so you don’t miss an opportunity to save a little extra money.
- Marlton Crossing: With some bigger name retailers like TJ Maxx, Home Goods, and Burlington, this is a great shopping center. Duck Donuts, Five Guys Burgers and Fries, and Rey Bistro Bagel are all here, too. Be sure to check out the (relatively) new Sprouts Farmers Market. Sprouts is known for its organic and natural products. You can see their weekly specials here!
- Mixellaneous: Mixellaneous touts itself as a “shopping experience – not just a store.” They are your one-stop shopping for fun and original gifts for just about everyone on your list. With all sorts of items in various price ranges, you’ll find exceptional things from Michael Aram, Free People, Save My Bag, Mud Pie, and more. With bags, clothes, housewares, and more – you’ll love this unique shop.
- Crispin Square: Located right between Marlton and Mount Laurel, Crispin Square has a wide variety of businesses. You’ll find a dance center, nail salon, hair salon, and fitness center. You can also do some shopping at the Hallmark store and the True Value Hardware. But, if you find yourself at Crispin Square with your kids, or need to shop for your kids, then head to Young Minds Toys. They have a great selection of creative and educational toys that children are sure to love. It’s what a toy store should be!
Living in Marlton is full of advantages, and shopping is definitely one of them. With a great selection of stores and restaurants, you can “shop ‘til you drop” – and then grab a cup of coffee or a delicious meal – and continue on your way.