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Tin City, Naples

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Shopping Mall
Originally a clam-shelling and oyster-processing plant, today Tin City houses an array of eclectic stores. The boardwalks, tin-roofed buildings, nautical decorations, and dockside location have helped this mall retain its rustic Old Florida charm despite its transformation into a major retail destination. The over 40 stores sell a range of items, but specialize in quirky and unusual products. Browse clothing items, antiques, wine, artworks, cosmetics, novelty items, and more. Once you've worked up an appetite, grab a bite to eat at the snack shop or find a seat at one of the two waterfront restaurants. Plan your visit to Tin City and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Naples itinerary builder.
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  • We love going there! You can take all sort of cruises there, Dolphin, Sunset, Fishing, and so on. Look for coupons! I dont know why someone would say "fairly inexpensive" but it really is a lil costly...  more »
  • In Naples (Florida) there is plenty to do and see. Tin City was on the program. Ever in 1920 a dock where the buildings had tin roofs (hence the name), it is now a nice (or tourist) Boardwalk, all delicious poke shops with gadgets and of course many fish restaurants. In the shops is also much art from their region and reasonably affordable. In any case, original. Along the Boardwalk are several excellent fish restaurants where you can eat. And that the fish is fresh and you can see all boats with fish come in. There is also the possibility of a boattrip/fishing trip. On arrival of the boats are the pelicans ready to happen. Tin City sits on a pressure point and if there is no on-site parking is, try across the street from the very busy road where Tin City, there will usually be. In Fifth Avenue and Third Street is looking around and be seen. Also here a lot of wonderful shops, some restaurants, old and new "look" (many convertibles) touring around. There is also a pier and natural Beach for the enthusiast. In Naples, you are certainly a day sweet and then you have not all views.
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  • A nice, fairly inexpensive set of shops set in an old timey atmosphere. Lots of variety. Went on a sunset cruise through Tin City. It was fabulous. Highly recommend the cruise!  more »
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  • It's quaint. It's local. It's a huge building but it feels cozy. Local merchants sell their wares here. There's some great restaurants that are right on the water. There's a place called Monkey Bread or something to that effect that sells amazing smoothies and baked goods. Worth a look for sure.
  • Very touristy with a bunch of stores with junk. It's OK if you have nothing better to do bit it's not like it was back in the day. Most of the neat little unique shops are long gone. Restaurants are nice, though.
  • I loved this place. I bought an $8 ice cream cone and washed it's deliciousness down with an hour of crab legs at pinchers. And never discovered why it is "tin city" it was made of wood and cinder block primarily no tin included in structure
  • Really cute shops! I recommend watching the candle makers and stopping by the monkey bread shop for fudge and caramel apples! Lots of local specialties and fun suveniers!
  • This is an interesting little flea market type establishment. Not bad if you just want to walk around and window shop. The layout of this place is also really cool. It also seems really old which makes it a more worth while experience. Unfortunately there really Isn't anything cool to but if your looking for a refrigerator magnet, you've come to the right place.