Indeed, it is the most wonderful time of year. Tis the season for joy, giving, and togetherness. Tis the season for shopping. Our Blue Mountain Bed and Breakfast guests can enjoy three distinct shopping areas in Missoula, Montana. Each area has a variety of thoughtful holiday gifts for December and the coming New Year.
Downtown Shopping is home to delightful specialty shops, boutiques, and galleries offering clothing, jewelry, and other gifts for loved ones. The Missoula Downtown Association website conveniently categorizes the downtown shopping by type of merchandise and even lists places for Downtown dining. The Missoula Downtown Gift Card can be purchased online or in person at 218 E. Main Street, Missoula. Accepted at over 150 locations throughout the downtown area, this is one of the most versatile gift cards they’ll ever receive.
Southgate Mall is a convenient Missoula shopping destination. With more than one hundred specialty and name brand stores, there is something for everyone. Southgate Mall is the largest mall in western Montana and offers offer women’s apparel, shoes, kid and teen clothing, jewelry, sporting goods, electronics, appliances, and more.
Shopping stores include:
- Bath and Body Works
- Coldwater Creek
- Eddie Bauer
- JC Penney
- White House/Black Market
- Best Buy
- Home Depot
- Old Navy
- Super Walmart
- TJ Maxx
The Missoula, Montana area offers much more than shopping. We have entertainment, history, nature, sports, and even The University of Montana. In fact, Outside Magazine ranked Missoula, Montana as the ninth best in their article, “The Sixteen Best Places to Live in America.” Innkeepers Brady and Elaine welcome you to visit their scenic mountain bed and breakfast with pristine views of the Bitterroot River. On your next shopping adventure in Missoula, think about relaxing afterward at the bed and breakfast. Gift certificates for Blue Mountain Bed and Breakfast are always a popular item this time of year as well!
Blog post written by Kristi Dement of Bed and Breakfast Blogging
Photographs by Elaine and Brady of Blue Mountain Bed and Breakfast