Yakima’s biggest shopping center is the Valley Mall (2529 Main St., 509/453-8233, www.shopatvalleymall.net ) just south of town in Union Gap. It’s complete with Macy’s, Sears, 85 specialty shops, and a 225-seat food court.
At Yakima Avenue and North 1st, a trainful of 22 old railroad cars and pseudo-Victorian buildings house the Track 29 Shopping Mall with gift shops and eateries. Many more places—including the largest collection of antique pedal cars on the West Coast—can be found in antique shops inside the adjacent Yesterday’s Village.
Several downtown art galleries offer high-quality works, including Simon Edwards Gallery (811 W. Yakima Ave., 509/453-7723).
Toppenish  is rife with antique stores, craft shops, and gift shops. The Amish Connection (509/865-5300) has handcrafted Amish furniture, dolls, quilts, and other items. A few doors away is Kraff’s (509/865-3000), the largest retailer of Pendleton blankets in the United States. Roses Native Designs (212 W. 1st Ave., 509/865-9325) offers local Native American art and crafts. For authentic Native American arts and crafts, visit the gift shop at Yakama Nation Cultural Heritage Center.