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Tin City, Naples
(3/5 based on 600+ reviews on the web)
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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  • Unique shops in a unique setting. It is directly on the water. We were told that this building was an oyster processing/oyster cannery which was abandoned/closed down years ago when big business took ...  more »
  • My wife and I visited and did some shopping, got a few drinks and ate lunch. Most of the shops were affordable and nice. We ate at Pincher's and had great food! Crab cakes, Oysters, and crab dip were ...  more »
  • Tin City looks great from the 41 but felt a bit tired around the fringes on the outside the nearer you got to it. It is a collection of little shops and restaurants all under a tin roof, right on the ...  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.