photo creditMark Requena
Across the eclectic landscape of Chatham-Kent’s 23 communities are unique shops that offer everything from the talents of locals to rare finds brought here from across the globe.
In many communities here, the downtown core remains a vibrant landscape with many interesting shops to peruse.
Historic Downtown Chatham caters to simple pleasures such as the joy of indulging in handmade chocolate delights from Eve Chocolatier and the excitement of finding a distinctive piece of art at ARTscape.
Unique home décor is available at shopping destinations such as Birdie’s Nest and The Glasshouse Nursery and Garden Centre in Chatham.
Downtown Blenheim is well known for its fine selection of fashion boutiques for men and women. Stores with unique home accessories also line the streets of this bustling community.
Many of Ridgetown’s specialty shops and services are set in beautifully restored Victorian architecture making this destination reminiscent of downtowns of long ago.
Nice shops and a choice of restaurants run alongside the scenic Sydenham River that travels through the heart of small-town Wallaceburg.
Treasure hunters will find Chatham-Kent’s biggest selection of antiques at southwestern Ontario’s largest antique mall, L & K Antiques in Tilbury, but smaller shops are located across the municipality.
Malls and shopping areas throughout Chatham-Kent cater to those searching for national retail stores.