Lewis County is well known for the Centralia Outlets at I-5, exit 82. They feature a great range of shopping; from books to vitamins, clothing to sunglasses.
In Washington, Lewis County is second only to Snohomish for antique shopping. The three malls, (including Centralia Square Antique Mall) and 18 shops in downtown Centralia represent over 365 dealers. Other antique and collectible shops dot the county from Pe Ell to Packwood. In addition to antiques, Ayala Brothers Furniture, in Centralia, is sought out for its Mission-style reproductions and imports. Check out Up The Creek American Antique Furnishings.
Many shops carry goods of the area; soap, candles, seed packages, jam and jellies, chocolates, mints, and more.
Textile enthusiasts will delight in the quilting goods stores, specialty yarn shops and fabric stores. In Chehalis look for Yarn & Things, Sister's and Billie's Designer Fabrics on Market Street. Sister's has over 9,000 quality quilting fabrics in stock, while Quilters Junction, off exit 81 in Centralia, offers quilting fabrics and supplies, as well as quilting classes.