It’s the Holiday Season in Downtown Iron Mountain

christmas shopping downtown iron mountain miChristmas Day 2023 is only three weeks away! Get in the holiday spirit by coming Downtown for the Christmas Walk on Friday, December 8 between 4:00 and 6:00 PM. You can get more information on our Christmas Walk page.

If you’re looking for unique and thoughtful gifts for loved ones, friends, and others on your shopping list, Downtown Iron Mountain has about a dozen shops that offer holiday and other decor, arts & crafts, clothing, jewelry, sporting goods, furniture, home decor, full-service florist, and more. There’s something for a wide variety of individual preferences and price points.

But that’s not all – there are also more than two dozen restaurants, bars, and take-out food businesses in the Downtown area. They offer everything from coffee to desserts, pasties to pizza, smoothies to martinis, and lots in between! There’s something in Downtown Iron Mountain for everyone who wants to grab a bite while shopping or relaxing with friends, or to take something home for lunch, dinner, or holiday parties.

The Iron Mountain DDA has created an online business directory for the Iron Mountain Downtown District to let everyone know exactly what Downtown has to offer. Use it on any device you use to browse the web. The directory will be expanded and improved over the next few months with more businesses included, and eventually with a map showing business locations.

Also take a look at the Downtown Iron Mountain Parking Areas map. There are several large public parking lots, on-street parallel and angle parking, and privately-owned parking areas adjacent to many downtown businesses.

Remember – Dollars spent in Iron Mountain stay here and ultimately support more stores, restaurants, and other businesses. Roughly 67 cents of every dollar spent at local businesses tends to stay here.

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The Iron Mountain Downtown Development Authority (DDA) was established in 1978 with the purpose of improving and maintaining infrastructure, buildings, and public spaces within the Downtown District. Current DDA functions also include downtown beautification through gardens and public art, organizing and conducting community events, attracting and promoting businesses, and planning for continuing improvements to the Iron Mountain downtown area.

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