Last Minute Gift Guide: Westhampton, Short Pump, and the Far West End

From Westhampton to Short Pump, we’ve got you covered with the best places to score last minute gifts for everyone on your list.

With just three shopping days left until Christmas, the rush is on to wrap up that last minute holiday shopping. Fortunately, A number of local stores are still open in the West End to help you finish before the big day. From the Near West End to Short Pump, here’s a listing of where to score some unique presents from locally-owned stores.


The Shops at 5807 is unique in that it’s many stores within a store. Inside this vast boutique, you’ll find a number of vendors selling their wares, from collegiate gifts and apparel to monogrammed items, Richmond prints and gifts from the folks at Modern Artifacts, to gifts for the wine lover, handbags, and much more. There’s so much to see within this one storefront.


The Toy Center is a true neighborhood toy shop. From old school wooden toys to educational toys, accessories, and more, you’re sure to find something for the little ones on your list at this store located at Patterson and Libbie in the Near West End.


Tweed has an ever-expanding (the store has grown in square footage multiple times) selection of unique collegiate gifts like Tervis Tumblers and ceramic plates and dishes, Richmond-centric gifts like coasters, signs, and kitchenware, jewelry, and more. The store’s friendly sales associates will also happily wrap your purchases for no additional charge–a great time-saver for last minute shoppers.


The Short Pump Town Center satellite location of this Wakefield favorite has all the fixin’s–Virginia peanuts, gifts, accessories, and more, much like the original diner’s gift shop, but much more convenient.


The satellite location of the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts shop features a wide variety of handcrafted jewelry, gifts from exhibitions like Chihuly, Forbidden City, and Picasso, and much more. This pop-up shop will remain open through January.

Photo: Tweed

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Trevor Dickerson

Trevor Dickerson loves all things Richmond and manages RVANews’ West of the Boulevard and West End community sites.

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