317 Banff Ave (at Wolf St), BanffBanff’s largest indoor shopping centre with multi-storey domed atrium, public art and history of skiing displays. Four levels: stores, restaurants,
405 Spray Ave, BanffBanff’s most famous hotel is styled after a Scottish baronial castle with a unique blend of opulence and seclusion. Various
Fairmont Banff Springs, 405 Spray Ave, Banff“The Canadian fibre finer than cashmere.” Traditional and fashion forward sweaters, coats, socks and accessories of qiviuk yarn from Arctic
105 Banff Ave, BanffCanadian keepsakes, gifts and home decor. Jewellery, wall art (prints to originals), ceramics, sculptures and clothing.
837 Main St , CanmoreQuality European foods and international gifts. Italian pasta, sauces, biscotti and coffee. Milka chocolate, Hariboo candies, German spaetzle, jams and
Clock Tower Mall, 108 Banff Ave, BanffDisplays: origins and processing of colourful Alberta ammolite gems; tour on request (groups call ahead). Canadian diamonds. Ammonite fossils, loose
225 Bear St (beside Lux Theatre), BanffBikes, child trailers, tag-a-longs, mopeds, camping gear, rain suits, duffle bags, hiking poles, hiking boots, binoculars, baby backpacks and strollers.
Bison Courtyard, 211 Bear St, BanffHats, gloves, scarves, thermal socks, and pucks. Winter gear rentals: snowshoes ($15), ice cleats ($15), skates ($15), cross-country skis ($20)
126 Banff Ave, BanffSince 1965; an olde tyme display of binned candy sold by weight: bonbons, gums, candied fruit, jaw breakers and nuts.
Bear St parking lotFresh food, local produce, and arts and crafts. Rain or shine. Wed 10 am-6 pm, June 7-Oct 4.
Mountain Ave, BanffUpper and lower terminal shops sell souvenir shirts, sweaters, jackets, gifts and Korite ammolite jewellery.
202 Banff Ave, BanffGenuine Harley-Davidson fashion apparel, riding gear, and accessories for men, women, kids, and pets. Banff-specific gifts and souvenirs. Harley-Davidson motorcycles
117 Banff Ave, BanffOrnaments, fashion jewelry and accessories. Tees, hoodies and jackets.
101 Banff Ave, BanffCameras, lenses and binoculars by Canon, Nikon, Panasonic, Olympus, Fuji, Sony, GoPro, Leica and Swarovski. Memory cards, chargers, tripods, filters
208 Caribou St, BanffApothecary-style shelves display 185 loose leaf teas (40 exclusive) each with sniffer tins. Organic and wellness blends. Kusmi teas from
Downstairs, 302 Caribou St (east of Banff Ave), BanffStaff introduce new labels for all budgets from 12+ countries. Canadian VQA wines include icewines. Temperature controlled specialty wine room.
Main level, Cascade Shops, 317 Banff Ave, BanffOne-of-a-kind and small batch jewellery, home décor and modern fashion accessories handcrafted by regional and Canadian artisans. Ceramics, apothecary goods, aromatherapy, stationery, seasonal foods, and
1 Birch Ave (across the Bow River bridge, turn right), BanffFort-like museum. Native crafts—carvings, jewellery, replica weapons, handmade drums and flutes, sage smudges, buffalo horn, ceremonial objects and art. Summer
Cascade Shops, 317 Banff Ave (enter off Wolf St)Stylish accessories and clothing for men and women, all designed or manufactured in Canada. Prices $10 to $1000. Brands (some