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Use the Map Above to Find a Nearby Mall

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Shopping malls; who doesn’t love them?

They’re great for hanging out, shopping (of course) and even just eating. There’s a lot you can see and buy at the mall. They sometimes have hundreds of different stores with different styles that will have you shopping with excitement and anticipation. Some open-air art galleries, department stores or farmers market offer great opportunities for a fun weekend activity. May specialty shops and eateries are typically located near shopping areas and should not be missed.

If your looking for a mall in your location, you’ve come to the right place. This page is full of resources you can use to locate a mall with all your favorite shops, but the most convenient is the interactive map above that lists all shops in your area based on your current location…

Top 10 Biggest Shopping Malls in the U.S.

Name Location Size
Woodfield Mall Schaumburg, IL 2,224,000 sq. ft.
Roosevelt Field Garden City, NY 2,244,581 sq. ft.
The Galleria Houston, TX 2,298,420 sq. ft.
Sawgrass Mills Sunrise, FL 2,383,906 sq. ft.
Destiny USA Syracuse, NY 2,450,000 sq. ft.
Del Amo Fashion Center Torrance, CA 2,500,000 sq. ft.
South Coast Plaza Costa Mesa, CA 2,700,000 sq. ft.
Aventure Mall Aventure, FL 2,700,00 sq. ft.
Mall of America Bloomington, MN 2,779,242 sq. ft.
King of Prussia Mall King of Prussia, PA 2,793,200 sq. ft.

All of these locations have exiting nightlife options and clothing stores like Nordstrom or Macy’s that you must-visit. Live music is typical to flea markets in these shopping districts and specialty stores offer the best shopping experience with all of the brand names you would expect!

Below are more ways you can fulfill your shopping itch by finding a shopping or outlet mall in your area…

Ask Family and Friends About Malls Near My Location

Asking your family or friends is a great way to go because your getting your information from a trusted source. especially if they live in that area. They know the town and how to get to certain places an out-of-towner wouldn’t know. If you are vacationing in an area where you have family, contact them for more information on shopping outlets in the area. Aside from knowing specific locations, they’ll also have recommendations you can trust.

Inside a Local Mall

Check the Internet for Boutiques

So much information can be found on the Internet, for instance: how to find the mall of your choice. You can use Google or another popular search engine to find almost any information you need about local shopping. You can find which malls are the closest, which stores are the most popular, who has a sale or which particular restaurants are located in that specific mall. Antique shops and décor gift shops are typically available in large square feet areas near outfitters and rentals shops. You can walk around and pick up someone from nearby coffee shops or stop at one of the spas for the afternoon. Visitors guide will typically direct you to the local showrooms and best storefronts.

Google It!

We all know the biggest search engine online…

Simply type in the shopping mall you’re looking for and it will give you a list of results you can browse. It will show the address, phone number, and city of the mall. It will also tell you which stores have sales. Who has the next popular shoe coming out and what kind of star might be in the mall signing autographs.

Use 411 on Your Phone

Though it may seem slightly antiquated, but calling 411 information will give you directions and phone number to any mall near you. Sometimes, the information number will just give you the phone number to the mall and you can call and get the address. This is also a great way to find out the mall you are looking for if it’s close or not. If it’s not close by it will give you the next best thing.

Use the Yellow Pages

This is another popular information guide that has been around for years. The Yellow Pages is a print directory filled with phone numbers, addresses and paid ads for businesses. Everything is sorted in alphabetical order, so you simply flip to the “M’s” and find all the listings for malls in your location. Yet another older method, but still a way to find a mall if nothing else is available.

Use MapQuest

Before Google Maps, most everyone used a website called MapQuest, yet another way to look up a mall near you. Not only does it give you directions to the mall but it also gives you a detailed map that helps you navigate directly to your destination. Here it shows the street by street of how to get to the mall and shows how far you must go to reach your location.

Find Shopping Malls with MapQuest:

Old-Fashioned Paper Maps

You can go into a gas station or grocery store and buy a map to look up nearby shopping destinations. You can use a marker and mark all the malls on the map and figure out which one is the closest. Also, you can find out how to get there by bus if you need a ride. This could be a fun way to find malls near you, but probably the least efficient, given the technology we have access to today.

Whether you’re looking for an outlet mall or antique malls near me, all the resources on this page will help you get to where you’d like to go fast. If you’re looking to get to a mall right now, use the map on this page to find the closest shopping facility, so you can get to shopping as soon as possible!



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