Get Lost in These Missoula Shops

Get Lost in These Missoula Shops

Missoula is an eclectic town, so this means that there are lots of different types of shops to explore. You can spend the entire day bopping from storefront to storefront browsing between vintage finds, new trends, Montana favorites, locally made goods, to name a few. And did we mention that Montana has no sales tax? Cha-ching!

Rockin Rudy's

Located just outside of the Hip Strip in downtown Missoula, Rockin Rudy's has everything you can think of and more. Games? Yep. Chocolates? Tons. Jewelry? Absolutely. Posters and tshirts? You know it! You could spend an entire day there and still not take it all in—the perfect place to get lost for a while.

Montana Antique Mall

Located in the old Montana Hotel building, the Montana Antique Mall is the largest in Montana with four floors of items to explore. The store is organized by dealer, and there are over 60 to chose. Here you can find everything from furniture to old postcards of Montana and so, so much more. You never know what gems you will uncover here.

The Montana Scene

Montana will truly steal your heart, and the Montana Scene offers beautifully designed shirts to tell the world about your love for this place. This is your one-stop shop for souvenirs for everyone on your list. From tshirts to bags to keychains and everything else you can imagine, the Montana Scene's various custom designs are sure to please everyone.


Noteworthy Paper Press's shop may be small, but it is mighty. Located in the Hip Strip district of downtown Missoula, Noteworthy's card designs (produced in-house) are perfect for any occasion. In addition to their own cards, they source a carefully curated selection of other designers as well. You can also find other goods including candles, calligraphy pens, and stickers.


Originally a Whitefish staple, Hawlow is a funky, fun women's clothing boutique located just outside of downtown Missoula. It is worth the short walk to see this adorable shop to take a look at the various new styles including bathing suits, tees, denim, and so much more.

Bonus: Saturday Missoula People's Market

Open evert Saturday from May though September on Pine Street in downtown Missoula, the People's Market is one of the three Saturday markets in downtown Missoula during the warmer months. This is not a farmers market with produce and other edible goods, though. This is a place to find local artisans and crafters selling Montana-made treasures. You can stroll through the vendors and take in the talent of the locals who live and love and create in this place.

If you're giving dry a try this month, Missoula has plenty of spots for mocktails. Check out some of our favorites

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