The main places to visit if one wants to shop in Mussoorie are Gandhi Chowk, the Mall, Kulri Bazaar and Landour Bazaar. There are certain items which are famous in Mussoorie, like the wooden decorative and various kinds of gift items. There are many kinds of brass statues and ceramic items available here as well.
Not only these, if one is looking for branded items, there are many prominent showrooms located in the Mall. Here, one can find whatever item they are looking for; be it wooden items, brass structures, clothes, electronic items, Tibetan prayer wheels, beautiful and exquisitely designed vases or anything else.
If one is interested in hand crafted items, those are also available in Mussoorie. For example, the hand carved Oakwood walking stick is very popular among tourists in the area. The tourists can also get their pictures clicked wearing traditional Garhwali dress.
There are more expensive items, like the pure Ladakhi Shawls that are available in the markets at Mussoorie as well. These might be costly but are very beautiful. Then, there are the antique Jamawar Shawls, which are very expensive but are sure worth having a look at, if not worth purchasing.
For wooden carved boxes, brass statues of Hindu deities and Buddha's statue, etc., one can visit the Nirankari Cottage Industries, located at the Library end of the Mall. It is very famous for such items and is frequented by many visitors. Tibetan prayer wheels, ceramic Chinese vases and hand carved wooden walking sticks made from Oakwood are also available here.