170 Williamson Blvd.
Ormond Beach, FL 32174
Phone: (386) 673-6030
Fax: (386) 673-7017
170 Williamson Blvd., Ormond Beach, FL, US, 32174
- Phone: (386) 673-6030
- Fax: (386) 673-7017
This charming boutique is filled with everyday treasures like diaper bags, stuffed animals and clothing. You will also find those special keepsake items, like the tooth and curl holders, christening gifts or the "nest egg" egg shaped bank. You must also make a friendly visit with Minky, the 8 foot stuffed bear, who whimsically beckons anyone to sit on his lap. Tiny Toes is the perfect boutique for all your heartfelt needs.
An array of upscale fashion and specialty store are located in the unique shopping village that has a charming European village atmosphere.
The area's premier shopping attraction, this large mall is anchored by Burdines, Sears, Dillard's, and JC Penney plus features over 100 specialty stores and services, as well as a spectacular food court.
A wide variety of fashionable and affordable Christian jewelry is available at this jewelry store that also offers an array of gift items such as angel products, Christian gifts, and jewelry boxes.
Established in 1979, this authorized fine art gallery offers a wide range of limited editions and originals by internationally acclaimed artists such as Michael Parkes, Mark Ryden, Mackenzie Thorpe, Gary Baseman, Thomas Arvid, Daniel Peacock, Janet Treby, Daniel Gerhartz, Felix Mas, Eyvind Earle, John Waterhouse, and Charles Bell.
The beachside's largest shopping center, this 372,196 square foot shopping center has a casual marketplace atmosphere and includes numerous specialty shops, hair and nail salons, and restaurants, as well as a bowling center and a grocery store.
This famous motorcycle dealership offers a complete line of Harley Davidson motorcycles, apparel, and leather goods. Rentals are also available.
If you're at Daytona Beach looking out for some comfortable beachwear, the Maui Nix Daytona is the place to stop. It is one of the largest chains of surf and apparel shops in Florida. Maui Nix Surf Shop is one of the most famous outlets at Ocean Walk Shoppes, offering a varied collection of sandals, skateboards, glasses and hats. For a glimpse of the stuff they offer, look up the website.
Atlantic Sounds is the living dream of owner Mike Toole. Opened in 1982, this musical treasure trove has an impressive selection of CDs, cassettes and, old and new vinyl. But it is the vinyl that reigns here. This brick and mortar store has been an institution ever since its opening. If you are a music lover, don't miss this spot. It also hosts live music events occasionally.
Open every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, this huge 40 acre flea and farmers market features over 1,000 covered booths offering a wide variety of both new and old items such as produce, gourmet food, apparel, jewelry, arts, crafts, and much more. A fully air-conditioned antique mall is also on site and is located on the north side of the property.
To watch creativity at its best, a visit to this candle making store is a must. The Global Candle Gallery has its very own patented techniques that has redefined the term 'candle making'! Walk into any of their stores and you can watch the geniuses at work right in front of you. The shop also customizes candles which make great gift items. Visit the gallery's website to get an idea of the variety offered.
Located northwest of Orlando in spectacular Daytona Beach, Angell & Phelps Chocolate Factory is well worth the trip and is more than your typical candy store. Spend the day at the beach working up an appetite for some delicious handmade chocolate delights. Established in 1925 by two pioneering ladies, Riddell Angell and Cora Phelps; this business has changed owners twice, but retains its excellent quality of chocolates, specialty items and gifts. Stop by this Daytona Beach landmark for a free tour of the factory to witness in person how all of the tasty treats are created the old-fashioned way. Learn interesting details and the history of the factory during the tour and enjoy samples of freshly made chocolate at the conclusion of the tour. -Diane Dilov-Schultheis