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Beautiful place to shop
Jul 28, 2014 by: Kate L from Wayland, New York, United States
We came to the Arundel Mills mall early because we were going to Medieval Times that evening (it is located at one end of the mall) and had a few hours to kill. My husband and I were both impressed with how nice it was. Not too many shopping center have hardwood floors in their main thoroughfare. The place was spacious and very clean. The movie theatre almost begs you to come in with how ornate they decorated it, very cool and a photo opportunity within itself. It is a great way to spend a few retail conscious hours. We enjoyed window shopping and shopping there in general.
This mall is so convenient.
Jul 24, 2014 by: Lynn R from Euclid, Ohio
This mall is so convenient, literally only 2 minutes away. Large selection of stores. Had to go there to pick up last minute gift from Things Remembered. Shopped at Safeway to pick up flowers and snacks.
Jul 18, 2014 by: James V from Maryland Heights, Missouri
Hey. I never new this mall was full of outlet stores. A ton of shops. We went into the bookstore, bass pro, food court, tobacco leaf, banana republic, off broadway, bed bath & Beyond, and looked in a ton more. I bought a pair of men's new Balance for ten bucks! What?!! So, After we win at live Casino, we stroll into the mall, then back to the car.
Jul 01, 2014 by: Caitlin S from New York City, New York
Living in an urban area, gigantic shopping malls the size of a small town are something of a novelty to me -- and Arundel Mills certainly fits the bill. What with all the stores, eateries, and activities (my friends and I met up here and saw a movie in the cute Ancient Egypt-themed Cinemark there) you could probably spend a day here (if, you know, you wanted to spend all day in a shopping mall). It appears to only be accessible by car and some local bus lines, which is its major drawback.
Not Just the Mall, but the LEGO Store...
Jun 23, 2014 by: JeffA0023 from New Cumberland, Pennsylvania
I'm not a mall person but must say that Arundel Mills was more of an experience than a shopping spree. We live outside of the Harrisburg, Pennsylvania area and I wanted to take my son and his friend (14 years of age) to a LEGO Store for a "Pick A Brick." If you are a LEGO fan this need not be explained; but if not, it is a location where you can fill a certain sized container with pieces that you want (color; shape, odds and ends etc...) for x amount of dollars instead of buying a kit. A year ago we had gone to the King of Prussia Mall LEGO Store in Pennsylvania which was very nice (and I do give good reviews to that mall); but, from our location we have to pay the Pennsylvania Turnpike in order to get there and back. When I made a general search of nearby LEGO Stores and found the Arundel Mills location I didn't hesitate to tell the boys we were heading there the following week. NOW!!! This applies to the Mall as well as the Store... We went on a Monday (my day off) and the place was practically empty!!! I asked a clerk a the woman's Coach Factory Outlet why no crowd... "It's Monday." Enjoy the experience...WE did.
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