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The Biggest Malls in America

The Biggest Malls in America

Shop till you drop after walking acres of square footage

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The Daily Meal has compiled a list of the biggest malls in America through online research and size comparison.

When it comes to malls, bigger is always better. Bigger malls mean cool outdoor spaces, local events, and tons of exercise — especially if shopping is your cardio.

The Daily Meal has compiled a list of the biggest malls in America based on direct size comparison, and we've selected some telling reviews from Yelp to highlight some of their most important features. Iconic massive malls such as the Mall of America and King of Prussia made it on the list, but this lengthy list also includes malls from Erie, Pennsylvania, to Hawaii that you may have never heard of — and nearly all of them are among the biggest and best shopping malls in their respective states.

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If you shopped but didn’t drop after walking all 2.4 million square feet of Syracuse’s Destiny USA mall and think you might be able to tackle something even bigger, it’s time to load up on Wetzel’s Pretzels and tackle your next big mall adventure. Maybe you’ll find everything you’re looking for at a nearly 3-million-square-foot mall in Florida, or perhaps your bliss is located in an almost 5-million-square foot mall in Minnesota. Like any savvy shopper, you’ll know it when you see it — especially after reading our list of the biggest malls in America.


Best malls in every state

These malls and shopping centers are the best in each state, according to reviews, regional rankings and number of shops offered.

Where: Cheyenne

What you should know: It’s not the largest mall in the state, but it is most highly-rated according to reviews.

Where: Greendale

What you should know: The mall, the biggest in the area, offers 130 stores within 1.2 million square feet.

Where: Barboursville

What you should know: The mall offers more than 150 stores and is the largest in the state.

Where: Seattle

What you should know: It’s one of the largest malls in the Pacific Northwest, minutes from the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.

Where: Tysons

What you should know: The massive indoor mall is home to more than 250 stores and two food courts. The nearby Tysons Galleria also offers a variety of upscale stores.

Where: South Burlington

What you should know: It’s Vermont’s largest shopping mall with a host of clothing, electronics, food and grocery options.

Where : Salt Lake City

What you should know : The area’s classic shopping mall offers more than 140 stores, including big box names and eateries .

Where : Dallas

What you should know : Find more than 230 stores inside this mega 2-million square foot mall.

Where: Nashville

What you should know: Find more than 100 brand-name stores as well as boutiques offering Nashville styles.

Where: Sioux Falls

What you should know: The mall features a mix of 140 shops and restaurants, and advertises itself as one of the most iconic shopping destinations in the region.

Where: Myrtle Beach

What you should know: The mall, with over 100 stores, has a history of closing on Thanksgiving Day to honor the holiday. It typically opens at 6 a.m. on Black Friday.

Where: Providence

What you should know: The mall offers 150 stores and restaurants.

Where: King of Prussia

What you should know: It’s the largest mall on the East Coast and arguably the largest in the United States.

Where: Portland

What you should know: The mall offers more than 170 stores.

Where: Oklahoma City

What you should know: The mall offers 140 shops and a newly renovated food court.

Where: Fairlawn

What you should know: The mall boasts over 100 specialty shops and is located minutes from Akron.

Where: Fargo

What you should know: The mall, advertised as a destination for the upper Midwest, offers 120 stores that sit on about 950,000 square feet of land.

Where: Charlotte

What you should know: The mall is home to 175 retailers, including a recently added Tommy John store – the brand’s second ever brick-and-mortar location.

Where: Manhattan, New York City

What you should know: It’s an iconic spot for luxury shops and dining inside the Time Warner Center.

Where: Albuquerque

What you should know: The mall offers more than 150 stores and restaurants.

Where: Paramus

What you should know: The largest mall in the state offers nearly 300 shops inside a well-maintained space. It was built in 1957 as one of the first suburban malls in America.

Where: Salem

What you should know: The mall offers tax-free shopping and more than 150 stores.

Where: Las Vegas

What you should know: The mall connected to Caesars Palace on the Las Vegas Strip is a sight to see with an animatronic show and 50,000 gallon aquarium.

Where: Omaha

What you should know: Nebraska’s largest shopping center, located 10 minutes from downtown Omaha, offers more than 135 stores.

Where: Missoula

What you should know: The mall offers brand-name stores and locally-owned shops. It also hosts more than 25 events a year.

Where : Des Peres

What you should know : The mall offers more than 150 name-brand stores and restaurants.

Where: Gulfport

What you should know: The discount outlets offer over 50 stores, and recently added Kate Spade, Vera Bradley and H&M.

Where: Bloomington

What you should know: It’s a 2.5 million-square-foot behemoth of a shopping center that features over 500 stores.

Where: Troy

What you should know: This premiere mall is for those looking for luxury with stores including Tiffany & Co. and Saks Fifth Avenue. It even features a Tesla showroom.

Where : Natick

What you should know : The mall offers more than 200 stores, and is about 20 minutes away from Boston.

Where : Hanover

What you should know : The mall, located 20-minutes away from Inner Harbor, attracts visitors by the bus load with a host of outlet stores.

Where : South Portland

What you should know : The largest mall in Maine offers more than 120 stores and restaurants.

Where: Baton Rouge

What you should know: The mall offers more than 160 stores and restaurants.

Where : Louisville

What you should know : Louisville’s first indoor mall remains popular today. Plus, Whole Foods and Trader Joe's are nearby for other shopping needs.

Where: Overland Park

What you should know: Kansas’ biggest mall encompasses more than 1.5 million square feet, with a host of options for kids, including an American Girl, Disney Store and a LEGO store.

Where: West Des Moines

What you should know: The largest mall in the state offers a variety of stores and is also a popular spot for restaurants, including The Cheesecake Factory, Wahlburgers and On The Border.

Where: Indianapolis

What you should know: The mall offers a host of upscale stores in the northeast section of the city.

Where: Chicago

What you should know: The eight-level shopping center sits at the northern tip of Magnificent Mile, a strip known for shopping.

Where: Meridian

What you should know: The shopping center was designed with European-style architecture around a children’s play area and show fountain choreographed to lights and music.

Where: Honolulu

What you should know: It’s advertised as the world’s largest open-air shopping center with more than 350 shops and restaurants. Plus, shoppers can enjoy live hula and ukulele performances.

Where: Buford

What you should know: It’s the largest mall in the state, with more than 200 stores and an IMAX theater.

Where: Aventura

What you should know: It’s the second-largest shopping mall on the East Coast.

Where: Newark

What you should know about it: Shop tax free at this mall, which boasts more than 180 stores and restaurants.

Where: Milford

What you should know: It’s the largest mall in the state, and often hosts a variety of events throughout the year.

Where: Lone Tree, five miles south of Denver

What you should know: Nearly 200 stores and restaurants can be found in this Western-style “retail resort.”

Where: Costa Mesa

What you should know: It features 250 boutique retailers plus 30 restaurants. The mall is also a hot spot for live shows and art installations.

Where: Rogers

What you should know: An outdoor mall with more than 100 stores and restaurants.

Where: Scottsdale

What you should know: The mall recently added five new stores and nine remodeled shops in its luxury wing, complete with a Swarovski-inspired grand chandelier and valet lounge.

Where: Anchorage

What you should know: Enjoy tax-free shopping and find stores here that are uniquely Alaskan alongside big-box retailers.

Where: Hoover

What you should know: It’s advertised as the state’s No. 1 tourist attraction with more than 200 shops and a large glass atrium.


Best malls in every state

These malls and shopping centers are the best in each state, according to reviews, regional rankings and number of shops offered.

Where: Cheyenne

What you should know: It’s not the largest mall in the state, but it is most highly-rated according to reviews.

Where: Greendale

What you should know: The mall, the biggest in the area, offers 130 stores within 1.2 million square feet.

Where: Barboursville

What you should know: The mall offers more than 150 stores and is the largest in the state.

Where: Seattle

What you should know: It’s one of the largest malls in the Pacific Northwest, minutes from the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.

Where: Tysons

What you should know: The massive indoor mall is home to more than 250 stores and two food courts. The nearby Tysons Galleria also offers a variety of upscale stores.

Where: South Burlington

What you should know: It’s Vermont’s largest shopping mall with a host of clothing, electronics, food and grocery options.

Where : Salt Lake City

What you should know : The area’s classic shopping mall offers more than 140 stores, including big box names and eateries .

Where : Dallas

What you should know : Find more than 230 stores inside this mega 2-million square foot mall.

Where: Nashville

What you should know: Find more than 100 brand-name stores as well as boutiques offering Nashville styles.

Where: Sioux Falls

What you should know: The mall features a mix of 140 shops and restaurants, and advertises itself as one of the most iconic shopping destinations in the region.

Where: Myrtle Beach

What you should know: The mall, with over 100 stores, has a history of closing on Thanksgiving Day to honor the holiday. It typically opens at 6 a.m. on Black Friday.

Where: Providence

What you should know: The mall offers 150 stores and restaurants.

Where: King of Prussia

What you should know: It’s the largest mall on the East Coast and arguably the largest in the United States.

Where: Portland

What you should know: The mall offers more than 170 stores.

Where: Oklahoma City

What you should know: The mall offers 140 shops and a newly renovated food court.

Where: Fairlawn

What you should know: The mall boasts over 100 specialty shops and is located minutes from Akron.

Where: Fargo

What you should know: The mall, advertised as a destination for the upper Midwest, offers 120 stores that sit on about 950,000 square feet of land.

Where: Charlotte

What you should know: The mall is home to 175 retailers, including a recently added Tommy John store – the brand’s second ever brick-and-mortar location.

Where: Manhattan, New York City

What you should know: It’s an iconic spot for luxury shops and dining inside the Time Warner Center.

Where: Albuquerque

What you should know: The mall offers more than 150 stores and restaurants.

Where: Paramus

What you should know: The largest mall in the state offers nearly 300 shops inside a well-maintained space. It was built in 1957 as one of the first suburban malls in America.

Where: Salem

What you should know: The mall offers tax-free shopping and more than 150 stores.

Where: Las Vegas

What you should know: The mall connected to Caesars Palace on the Las Vegas Strip is a sight to see with an animatronic show and 50,000 gallon aquarium.

Where: Omaha

What you should know: Nebraska’s largest shopping center, located 10 minutes from downtown Omaha, offers more than 135 stores.

Where: Missoula

What you should know: The mall offers brand-name stores and locally-owned shops. It also hosts more than 25 events a year.

Where : Des Peres

What you should know : The mall offers more than 150 name-brand stores and restaurants.

Where: Gulfport

What you should know: The discount outlets offer over 50 stores, and recently added Kate Spade, Vera Bradley and H&M.

Where: Bloomington

What you should know: It’s a 2.5 million-square-foot behemoth of a shopping center that features over 500 stores.

Where: Troy

What you should know: This premiere mall is for those looking for luxury with stores including Tiffany & Co. and Saks Fifth Avenue. It even features a Tesla showroom.

Where : Natick

What you should know : The mall offers more than 200 stores, and is about 20 minutes away from Boston.

Where : Hanover

What you should know : The mall, located 20-minutes away from Inner Harbor, attracts visitors by the bus load with a host of outlet stores.

Where : South Portland

What you should know : The largest mall in Maine offers more than 120 stores and restaurants.

Where: Baton Rouge

What you should know: The mall offers more than 160 stores and restaurants.

Where : Louisville

What you should know : Louisville’s first indoor mall remains popular today. Plus, Whole Foods and Trader Joe's are nearby for other shopping needs.

Where: Overland Park

What you should know: Kansas’ biggest mall encompasses more than 1.5 million square feet, with a host of options for kids, including an American Girl, Disney Store and a LEGO store.

Where: West Des Moines

What you should know: The largest mall in the state offers a variety of stores and is also a popular spot for restaurants, including The Cheesecake Factory, Wahlburgers and On The Border.

Where: Indianapolis

What you should know: The mall offers a host of upscale stores in the northeast section of the city.

Where: Chicago

What you should know: The eight-level shopping center sits at the northern tip of Magnificent Mile, a strip known for shopping.

Where: Meridian

What you should know: The shopping center was designed with European-style architecture around a children’s play area and show fountain choreographed to lights and music.

Where: Honolulu

What you should know: It’s advertised as the world’s largest open-air shopping center with more than 350 shops and restaurants. Plus, shoppers can enjoy live hula and ukulele performances.

Where: Buford

What you should know: It’s the largest mall in the state, with more than 200 stores and an IMAX theater.

Where: Aventura

What you should know: It’s the second-largest shopping mall on the East Coast.

Where: Newark

What you should know about it: Shop tax free at this mall, which boasts more than 180 stores and restaurants.

Where: Milford

What you should know: It’s the largest mall in the state, and often hosts a variety of events throughout the year.

Where: Lone Tree, five miles south of Denver

What you should know: Nearly 200 stores and restaurants can be found in this Western-style “retail resort.”

Where: Costa Mesa

What you should know: It features 250 boutique retailers plus 30 restaurants. The mall is also a hot spot for live shows and art installations.

Where: Rogers

What you should know: An outdoor mall with more than 100 stores and restaurants.

Where: Scottsdale

What you should know: The mall recently added five new stores and nine remodeled shops in its luxury wing, complete with a Swarovski-inspired grand chandelier and valet lounge.

Where: Anchorage

What you should know: Enjoy tax-free shopping and find stores here that are uniquely Alaskan alongside big-box retailers.

Where: Hoover

What you should know: It’s advertised as the state’s No. 1 tourist attraction with more than 200 shops and a large glass atrium.


Best malls in every state

These malls and shopping centers are the best in each state, according to reviews, regional rankings and number of shops offered.

Where: Cheyenne

What you should know: It’s not the largest mall in the state, but it is most highly-rated according to reviews.

Where: Greendale

What you should know: The mall, the biggest in the area, offers 130 stores within 1.2 million square feet.

Where: Barboursville

What you should know: The mall offers more than 150 stores and is the largest in the state.

Where: Seattle

What you should know: It’s one of the largest malls in the Pacific Northwest, minutes from the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.

Where: Tysons

What you should know: The massive indoor mall is home to more than 250 stores and two food courts. The nearby Tysons Galleria also offers a variety of upscale stores.

Where: South Burlington

What you should know: It’s Vermont’s largest shopping mall with a host of clothing, electronics, food and grocery options.

Where : Salt Lake City

What you should know : The area’s classic shopping mall offers more than 140 stores, including big box names and eateries .

Where : Dallas

What you should know : Find more than 230 stores inside this mega 2-million square foot mall.

Where: Nashville

What you should know: Find more than 100 brand-name stores as well as boutiques offering Nashville styles.

Where: Sioux Falls

What you should know: The mall features a mix of 140 shops and restaurants, and advertises itself as one of the most iconic shopping destinations in the region.

Where: Myrtle Beach

What you should know: The mall, with over 100 stores, has a history of closing on Thanksgiving Day to honor the holiday. It typically opens at 6 a.m. on Black Friday.

Where: Providence

What you should know: The mall offers 150 stores and restaurants.

Where: King of Prussia

What you should know: It’s the largest mall on the East Coast and arguably the largest in the United States.

Where: Portland

What you should know: The mall offers more than 170 stores.

Where: Oklahoma City

What you should know: The mall offers 140 shops and a newly renovated food court.

Where: Fairlawn

What you should know: The mall boasts over 100 specialty shops and is located minutes from Akron.

Where: Fargo

What you should know: The mall, advertised as a destination for the upper Midwest, offers 120 stores that sit on about 950,000 square feet of land.

Where: Charlotte

What you should know: The mall is home to 175 retailers, including a recently added Tommy John store – the brand’s second ever brick-and-mortar location.

Where: Manhattan, New York City

What you should know: It’s an iconic spot for luxury shops and dining inside the Time Warner Center.

Where: Albuquerque

What you should know: The mall offers more than 150 stores and restaurants.

Where: Paramus

What you should know: The largest mall in the state offers nearly 300 shops inside a well-maintained space. It was built in 1957 as one of the first suburban malls in America.

Where: Salem

What you should know: The mall offers tax-free shopping and more than 150 stores.

Where: Las Vegas

What you should know: The mall connected to Caesars Palace on the Las Vegas Strip is a sight to see with an animatronic show and 50,000 gallon aquarium.

Where: Omaha

What you should know: Nebraska’s largest shopping center, located 10 minutes from downtown Omaha, offers more than 135 stores.

Where: Missoula

What you should know: The mall offers brand-name stores and locally-owned shops. It also hosts more than 25 events a year.

Where : Des Peres

What you should know : The mall offers more than 150 name-brand stores and restaurants.

Where: Gulfport

What you should know: The discount outlets offer over 50 stores, and recently added Kate Spade, Vera Bradley and H&M.

Where: Bloomington

What you should know: It’s a 2.5 million-square-foot behemoth of a shopping center that features over 500 stores.

Where: Troy

What you should know: This premiere mall is for those looking for luxury with stores including Tiffany & Co. and Saks Fifth Avenue. It even features a Tesla showroom.

Where : Natick

What you should know : The mall offers more than 200 stores, and is about 20 minutes away from Boston.

Where : Hanover

What you should know : The mall, located 20-minutes away from Inner Harbor, attracts visitors by the bus load with a host of outlet stores.

Where : South Portland

What you should know : The largest mall in Maine offers more than 120 stores and restaurants.

Where: Baton Rouge

What you should know: The mall offers more than 160 stores and restaurants.

Where : Louisville

What you should know : Louisville’s first indoor mall remains popular today. Plus, Whole Foods and Trader Joe's are nearby for other shopping needs.

Where: Overland Park

What you should know: Kansas’ biggest mall encompasses more than 1.5 million square feet, with a host of options for kids, including an American Girl, Disney Store and a LEGO store.

Where: West Des Moines

What you should know: The largest mall in the state offers a variety of stores and is also a popular spot for restaurants, including The Cheesecake Factory, Wahlburgers and On The Border.

Where: Indianapolis

What you should know: The mall offers a host of upscale stores in the northeast section of the city.

Where: Chicago

What you should know: The eight-level shopping center sits at the northern tip of Magnificent Mile, a strip known for shopping.

Where: Meridian

What you should know: The shopping center was designed with European-style architecture around a children’s play area and show fountain choreographed to lights and music.

Where: Honolulu

What you should know: It’s advertised as the world’s largest open-air shopping center with more than 350 shops and restaurants. Plus, shoppers can enjoy live hula and ukulele performances.

Where: Buford

What you should know: It’s the largest mall in the state, with more than 200 stores and an IMAX theater.

Where: Aventura

What you should know: It’s the second-largest shopping mall on the East Coast.

Where: Newark

What you should know about it: Shop tax free at this mall, which boasts more than 180 stores and restaurants.

Where: Milford

What you should know: It’s the largest mall in the state, and often hosts a variety of events throughout the year.

Where: Lone Tree, five miles south of Denver

What you should know: Nearly 200 stores and restaurants can be found in this Western-style “retail resort.”

Where: Costa Mesa

What you should know: It features 250 boutique retailers plus 30 restaurants. The mall is also a hot spot for live shows and art installations.

Where: Rogers

What you should know: An outdoor mall with more than 100 stores and restaurants.

Where: Scottsdale

What you should know: The mall recently added five new stores and nine remodeled shops in its luxury wing, complete with a Swarovski-inspired grand chandelier and valet lounge.

Where: Anchorage

What you should know: Enjoy tax-free shopping and find stores here that are uniquely Alaskan alongside big-box retailers.

Where: Hoover

What you should know: It’s advertised as the state’s No. 1 tourist attraction with more than 200 shops and a large glass atrium.


Best malls in every state

These malls and shopping centers are the best in each state, according to reviews, regional rankings and number of shops offered.

Where: Cheyenne

What you should know: It’s not the largest mall in the state, but it is most highly-rated according to reviews.

Where: Greendale

What you should know: The mall, the biggest in the area, offers 130 stores within 1.2 million square feet.

Where: Barboursville

What you should know: The mall offers more than 150 stores and is the largest in the state.

Where: Seattle

What you should know: It’s one of the largest malls in the Pacific Northwest, minutes from the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.

Where: Tysons

What you should know: The massive indoor mall is home to more than 250 stores and two food courts. The nearby Tysons Galleria also offers a variety of upscale stores.

Where: South Burlington

What you should know: It’s Vermont’s largest shopping mall with a host of clothing, electronics, food and grocery options.

Where : Salt Lake City

What you should know : The area’s classic shopping mall offers more than 140 stores, including big box names and eateries .

Where : Dallas

What you should know : Find more than 230 stores inside this mega 2-million square foot mall.

Where: Nashville

What you should know: Find more than 100 brand-name stores as well as boutiques offering Nashville styles.

Where: Sioux Falls

What you should know: The mall features a mix of 140 shops and restaurants, and advertises itself as one of the most iconic shopping destinations in the region.

Where: Myrtle Beach

What you should know: The mall, with over 100 stores, has a history of closing on Thanksgiving Day to honor the holiday. It typically opens at 6 a.m. on Black Friday.

Where: Providence

What you should know: The mall offers 150 stores and restaurants.

Where: King of Prussia

What you should know: It’s the largest mall on the East Coast and arguably the largest in the United States.

Where: Portland

What you should know: The mall offers more than 170 stores.

Where: Oklahoma City

What you should know: The mall offers 140 shops and a newly renovated food court.

Where: Fairlawn

What you should know: The mall boasts over 100 specialty shops and is located minutes from Akron.

Where: Fargo

What you should know: The mall, advertised as a destination for the upper Midwest, offers 120 stores that sit on about 950,000 square feet of land.

Where: Charlotte

What you should know: The mall is home to 175 retailers, including a recently added Tommy John store – the brand’s second ever brick-and-mortar location.

Where: Manhattan, New York City

What you should know: It’s an iconic spot for luxury shops and dining inside the Time Warner Center.

Where: Albuquerque

What you should know: The mall offers more than 150 stores and restaurants.

Where: Paramus

What you should know: The largest mall in the state offers nearly 300 shops inside a well-maintained space. It was built in 1957 as one of the first suburban malls in America.

Where: Salem

What you should know: The mall offers tax-free shopping and more than 150 stores.

Where: Las Vegas

What you should know: The mall connected to Caesars Palace on the Las Vegas Strip is a sight to see with an animatronic show and 50,000 gallon aquarium.

Where: Omaha

What you should know: Nebraska’s largest shopping center, located 10 minutes from downtown Omaha, offers more than 135 stores.

Where: Missoula

What you should know: The mall offers brand-name stores and locally-owned shops. It also hosts more than 25 events a year.

Where : Des Peres

What you should know : The mall offers more than 150 name-brand stores and restaurants.

Where: Gulfport

What you should know: The discount outlets offer over 50 stores, and recently added Kate Spade, Vera Bradley and H&M.

Where: Bloomington

What you should know: It’s a 2.5 million-square-foot behemoth of a shopping center that features over 500 stores.

Where: Troy

What you should know: This premiere mall is for those looking for luxury with stores including Tiffany & Co. and Saks Fifth Avenue. It even features a Tesla showroom.

Where : Natick

What you should know : The mall offers more than 200 stores, and is about 20 minutes away from Boston.

Where : Hanover

What you should know : The mall, located 20-minutes away from Inner Harbor, attracts visitors by the bus load with a host of outlet stores.

Where : South Portland

What you should know : The largest mall in Maine offers more than 120 stores and restaurants.

Where: Baton Rouge

What you should know: The mall offers more than 160 stores and restaurants.

Where : Louisville

What you should know : Louisville’s first indoor mall remains popular today. Plus, Whole Foods and Trader Joe's are nearby for other shopping needs.

Where: Overland Park

What you should know: Kansas’ biggest mall encompasses more than 1.5 million square feet, with a host of options for kids, including an American Girl, Disney Store and a LEGO store.

Where: West Des Moines

What you should know: The largest mall in the state offers a variety of stores and is also a popular spot for restaurants, including The Cheesecake Factory, Wahlburgers and On The Border.

Where: Indianapolis

What you should know: The mall offers a host of upscale stores in the northeast section of the city.

Where: Chicago

What you should know: The eight-level shopping center sits at the northern tip of Magnificent Mile, a strip known for shopping.

Where: Meridian

What you should know: The shopping center was designed with European-style architecture around a children’s play area and show fountain choreographed to lights and music.

Where: Honolulu

What you should know: It’s advertised as the world’s largest open-air shopping center with more than 350 shops and restaurants. Plus, shoppers can enjoy live hula and ukulele performances.

Where: Buford

What you should know: It’s the largest mall in the state, with more than 200 stores and an IMAX theater.

Where: Aventura

What you should know: It’s the second-largest shopping mall on the East Coast.

Where: Newark

What you should know about it: Shop tax free at this mall, which boasts more than 180 stores and restaurants.

Where: Milford

What you should know: It’s the largest mall in the state, and often hosts a variety of events throughout the year.

Where: Lone Tree, five miles south of Denver

What you should know: Nearly 200 stores and restaurants can be found in this Western-style “retail resort.”

Where: Costa Mesa

What you should know: It features 250 boutique retailers plus 30 restaurants. The mall is also a hot spot for live shows and art installations.

Where: Rogers

What you should know: An outdoor mall with more than 100 stores and restaurants.

Where: Scottsdale

What you should know: The mall recently added five new stores and nine remodeled shops in its luxury wing, complete with a Swarovski-inspired grand chandelier and valet lounge.

Where: Anchorage

What you should know: Enjoy tax-free shopping and find stores here that are uniquely Alaskan alongside big-box retailers.

Where: Hoover

What you should know: It’s advertised as the state’s No. 1 tourist attraction with more than 200 shops and a large glass atrium.


Best malls in every state

These malls and shopping centers are the best in each state, according to reviews, regional rankings and number of shops offered.

Where: Cheyenne

What you should know: It’s not the largest mall in the state, but it is most highly-rated according to reviews.

Where: Greendale

What you should know: The mall, the biggest in the area, offers 130 stores within 1.2 million square feet.

Where: Barboursville

What you should know: The mall offers more than 150 stores and is the largest in the state.

Where: Seattle

What you should know: It’s one of the largest malls in the Pacific Northwest, minutes from the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.

Where: Tysons

What you should know: The massive indoor mall is home to more than 250 stores and two food courts. The nearby Tysons Galleria also offers a variety of upscale stores.

Where: South Burlington

What you should know: It’s Vermont’s largest shopping mall with a host of clothing, electronics, food and grocery options.

Where : Salt Lake City

What you should know : The area’s classic shopping mall offers more than 140 stores, including big box names and eateries .

Where : Dallas

What you should know : Find more than 230 stores inside this mega 2-million square foot mall.

Where: Nashville

What you should know: Find more than 100 brand-name stores as well as boutiques offering Nashville styles.

Where: Sioux Falls

What you should know: The mall features a mix of 140 shops and restaurants, and advertises itself as one of the most iconic shopping destinations in the region.

Where: Myrtle Beach

What you should know: The mall, with over 100 stores, has a history of closing on Thanksgiving Day to honor the holiday. It typically opens at 6 a.m. on Black Friday.

Where: Providence

What you should know: The mall offers 150 stores and restaurants.

Where: King of Prussia

What you should know: It’s the largest mall on the East Coast and arguably the largest in the United States.

Where: Portland

What you should know: The mall offers more than 170 stores.

Where: Oklahoma City

What you should know: The mall offers 140 shops and a newly renovated food court.

Where: Fairlawn

What you should know: The mall boasts over 100 specialty shops and is located minutes from Akron.

Where: Fargo

What you should know: The mall, advertised as a destination for the upper Midwest, offers 120 stores that sit on about 950,000 square feet of land.

Where: Charlotte

What you should know: The mall is home to 175 retailers, including a recently added Tommy John store – the brand’s second ever brick-and-mortar location.

Where: Manhattan, New York City

What you should know: It’s an iconic spot for luxury shops and dining inside the Time Warner Center.

Where: Albuquerque

What you should know: The mall offers more than 150 stores and restaurants.

Where: Paramus

What you should know: The largest mall in the state offers nearly 300 shops inside a well-maintained space. It was built in 1957 as one of the first suburban malls in America.

Where: Salem

What you should know: The mall offers tax-free shopping and more than 150 stores.

Where: Las Vegas

What you should know: The mall connected to Caesars Palace on the Las Vegas Strip is a sight to see with an animatronic show and 50,000 gallon aquarium.

Where: Omaha

What you should know: Nebraska’s largest shopping center, located 10 minutes from downtown Omaha, offers more than 135 stores.

Where: Missoula

What you should know: The mall offers brand-name stores and locally-owned shops. It also hosts more than 25 events a year.

Where : Des Peres

What you should know : The mall offers more than 150 name-brand stores and restaurants.

Where: Gulfport

What you should know: The discount outlets offer over 50 stores, and recently added Kate Spade, Vera Bradley and H&M.

Where: Bloomington

What you should know: It’s a 2.5 million-square-foot behemoth of a shopping center that features over 500 stores.

Where: Troy

What you should know: This premiere mall is for those looking for luxury with stores including Tiffany & Co. and Saks Fifth Avenue. It even features a Tesla showroom.

Where : Natick

What you should know : The mall offers more than 200 stores, and is about 20 minutes away from Boston.

Where : Hanover

What you should know : The mall, located 20-minutes away from Inner Harbor, attracts visitors by the bus load with a host of outlet stores.

Where : South Portland

What you should know : The largest mall in Maine offers more than 120 stores and restaurants.

Where: Baton Rouge

What you should know: The mall offers more than 160 stores and restaurants.

Where : Louisville

What you should know : Louisville’s first indoor mall remains popular today. Plus, Whole Foods and Trader Joe's are nearby for other shopping needs.

Where: Overland Park

What you should know: Kansas’ biggest mall encompasses more than 1.5 million square feet, with a host of options for kids, including an American Girl, Disney Store and a LEGO store.

Where: West Des Moines

What you should know: The largest mall in the state offers a variety of stores and is also a popular spot for restaurants, including The Cheesecake Factory, Wahlburgers and On The Border.

Where: Indianapolis

What you should know: The mall offers a host of upscale stores in the northeast section of the city.

Where: Chicago

What you should know: The eight-level shopping center sits at the northern tip of Magnificent Mile, a strip known for shopping.

Where: Meridian

What you should know: The shopping center was designed with European-style architecture around a children’s play area and show fountain choreographed to lights and music.

Where: Honolulu

What you should know: It’s advertised as the world’s largest open-air shopping center with more than 350 shops and restaurants. Plus, shoppers can enjoy live hula and ukulele performances.

Where: Buford

What you should know: It’s the largest mall in the state, with more than 200 stores and an IMAX theater.

Where: Aventura

What you should know: It’s the second-largest shopping mall on the East Coast.

Where: Newark

What you should know about it: Shop tax free at this mall, which boasts more than 180 stores and restaurants.

Where: Milford

What you should know: It’s the largest mall in the state, and often hosts a variety of events throughout the year.

Where: Lone Tree, five miles south of Denver

What you should know: Nearly 200 stores and restaurants can be found in this Western-style “retail resort.”

Where: Costa Mesa

What you should know: It features 250 boutique retailers plus 30 restaurants. The mall is also a hot spot for live shows and art installations.

Where: Rogers

What you should know: An outdoor mall with more than 100 stores and restaurants.

Where: Scottsdale

What you should know: The mall recently added five new stores and nine remodeled shops in its luxury wing, complete with a Swarovski-inspired grand chandelier and valet lounge.

Where: Anchorage

What you should know: Enjoy tax-free shopping and find stores here that are uniquely Alaskan alongside big-box retailers.

Where: Hoover

What you should know: It’s advertised as the state’s No. 1 tourist attraction with more than 200 shops and a large glass atrium.


Best malls in every state

These malls and shopping centers are the best in each state, according to reviews, regional rankings and number of shops offered.

Where: Cheyenne

What you should know: It’s not the largest mall in the state, but it is most highly-rated according to reviews.

Where: Greendale

What you should know: The mall, the biggest in the area, offers 130 stores within 1.2 million square feet.

Where: Barboursville

What you should know: The mall offers more than 150 stores and is the largest in the state.

Where: Seattle

What you should know: It’s one of the largest malls in the Pacific Northwest, minutes from the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.

Where: Tysons

What you should know: The massive indoor mall is home to more than 250 stores and two food courts. The nearby Tysons Galleria also offers a variety of upscale stores.

Where: South Burlington

What you should know: It’s Vermont’s largest shopping mall with a host of clothing, electronics, food and grocery options.

Where : Salt Lake City

What you should know : The area’s classic shopping mall offers more than 140 stores, including big box names and eateries .

Where : Dallas

What you should know : Find more than 230 stores inside this mega 2-million square foot mall.

Where: Nashville

What you should know: Find more than 100 brand-name stores as well as boutiques offering Nashville styles.

Where: Sioux Falls

What you should know: The mall features a mix of 140 shops and restaurants, and advertises itself as one of the most iconic shopping destinations in the region.

Where: Myrtle Beach

What you should know: The mall, with over 100 stores, has a history of closing on Thanksgiving Day to honor the holiday. It typically opens at 6 a.m. on Black Friday.

Where: Providence

What you should know: The mall offers 150 stores and restaurants.

Where: King of Prussia

What you should know: It’s the largest mall on the East Coast and arguably the largest in the United States.

Where: Portland

What you should know: The mall offers more than 170 stores.

Where: Oklahoma City

What you should know: The mall offers 140 shops and a newly renovated food court.

Where: Fairlawn

What you should know: The mall boasts over 100 specialty shops and is located minutes from Akron.

Where: Fargo

What you should know: The mall, advertised as a destination for the upper Midwest, offers 120 stores that sit on about 950,000 square feet of land.

Where: Charlotte

What you should know: The mall is home to 175 retailers, including a recently added Tommy John store – the brand’s second ever brick-and-mortar location.

Where: Manhattan, New York City

What you should know: It’s an iconic spot for luxury shops and dining inside the Time Warner Center.

Where: Albuquerque

What you should know: The mall offers more than 150 stores and restaurants.

Where: Paramus

What you should know: The largest mall in the state offers nearly 300 shops inside a well-maintained space. It was built in 1957 as one of the first suburban malls in America.

Where: Salem

What you should know: The mall offers tax-free shopping and more than 150 stores.

Where: Las Vegas

What you should know: The mall connected to Caesars Palace on the Las Vegas Strip is a sight to see with an animatronic show and 50,000 gallon aquarium.

Where: Omaha

What you should know: Nebraska’s largest shopping center, located 10 minutes from downtown Omaha, offers more than 135 stores.

Where: Missoula

What you should know: The mall offers brand-name stores and locally-owned shops. It also hosts more than 25 events a year.

Where : Des Peres

What you should know : The mall offers more than 150 name-brand stores and restaurants.

Where: Gulfport

What you should know: The discount outlets offer over 50 stores, and recently added Kate Spade, Vera Bradley and H&M.

Where: Bloomington

What you should know: It’s a 2.5 million-square-foot behemoth of a shopping center that features over 500 stores.

Where: Troy

What you should know: This premiere mall is for those looking for luxury with stores including Tiffany & Co. and Saks Fifth Avenue. It even features a Tesla showroom.

Where : Natick

What you should know : The mall offers more than 200 stores, and is about 20 minutes away from Boston.

Where : Hanover

What you should know : The mall, located 20-minutes away from Inner Harbor, attracts visitors by the bus load with a host of outlet stores.

Where : South Portland

What you should know : The largest mall in Maine offers more than 120 stores and restaurants.

Where: Baton Rouge

What you should know: The mall offers more than 160 stores and restaurants.

Where : Louisville

What you should know : Louisville’s first indoor mall remains popular today. Plus, Whole Foods and Trader Joe's are nearby for other shopping needs.

Where: Overland Park

What you should know: Kansas’ biggest mall encompasses more than 1.5 million square feet, with a host of options for kids, including an American Girl, Disney Store and a LEGO store.

Where: West Des Moines

What you should know: The largest mall in the state offers a variety of stores and is also a popular spot for restaurants, including The Cheesecake Factory, Wahlburgers and On The Border.

Where: Indianapolis

What you should know: The mall offers a host of upscale stores in the northeast section of the city.

Where: Chicago

What you should know: The eight-level shopping center sits at the northern tip of Magnificent Mile, a strip known for shopping.

Where: Meridian

What you should know: The shopping center was designed with European-style architecture around a children’s play area and show fountain choreographed to lights and music.

Where: Honolulu

What you should know: It’s advertised as the world’s largest open-air shopping center with more than 350 shops and restaurants. Plus, shoppers can enjoy live hula and ukulele performances.

Where: Buford

What you should know: It’s the largest mall in the state, with more than 200 stores and an IMAX theater.

Where: Aventura

What you should know: It’s the second-largest shopping mall on the East Coast.

Where: Newark

What you should know about it: Shop tax free at this mall, which boasts more than 180 stores and restaurants.

Where: Milford

What you should know: It’s the largest mall in the state, and often hosts a variety of events throughout the year.

Where: Lone Tree, five miles south of Denver

What you should know: Nearly 200 stores and restaurants can be found in this Western-style “retail resort.”

Where: Costa Mesa

What you should know: It features 250 boutique retailers plus 30 restaurants. The mall is also a hot spot for live shows and art installations.

Where: Rogers

What you should know: An outdoor mall with more than 100 stores and restaurants.

Where: Scottsdale

What you should know: The mall recently added five new stores and nine remodeled shops in its luxury wing, complete with a Swarovski-inspired grand chandelier and valet lounge.

Where: Anchorage

What you should know: Enjoy tax-free shopping and find stores here that are uniquely Alaskan alongside big-box retailers.

Where: Hoover

What you should know: It’s advertised as the state’s No. 1 tourist attraction with more than 200 shops and a large glass atrium.


Best malls in every state

These malls and shopping centers are the best in each state, according to reviews, regional rankings and number of shops offered.

Where: Cheyenne

What you should know: It’s not the largest mall in the state, but it is most highly-rated according to reviews.

Where: Greendale

What you should know: The mall, the biggest in the area, offers 130 stores within 1.2 million square feet.

Where: Barboursville

What you should know: The mall offers more than 150 stores and is the largest in the state.

Where: Seattle

What you should know: It’s one of the largest malls in the Pacific Northwest, minutes from the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.

Where: Tysons

What you should know: The massive indoor mall is home to more than 250 stores and two food courts. The nearby Tysons Galleria also offers a variety of upscale stores.

Where: South Burlington

What you should know: It’s Vermont’s largest shopping mall with a host of clothing, electronics, food and grocery options.

Where : Salt Lake City

What you should know : The area’s classic shopping mall offers more than 140 stores, including big box names and eateries .

Where : Dallas

What you should know : Find more than 230 stores inside this mega 2-million square foot mall.

Where: Nashville

What you should know: Find more than 100 brand-name stores as well as boutiques offering Nashville styles.

Where: Sioux Falls

What you should know: The mall features a mix of 140 shops and restaurants, and advertises itself as one of the most iconic shopping destinations in the region.

Where: Myrtle Beach

What you should know: The mall, with over 100 stores, has a history of closing on Thanksgiving Day to honor the holiday. It typically opens at 6 a.m. on Black Friday.

Where: Providence

What you should know: The mall offers 150 stores and restaurants.

Where: King of Prussia

What you should know: It’s the largest mall on the East Coast and arguably the largest in the United States.

Where: Portland

What you should know: The mall offers more than 170 stores.

Where: Oklahoma City

What you should know: The mall offers 140 shops and a newly renovated food court.

Where: Fairlawn

What you should know: The mall boasts over 100 specialty shops and is located minutes from Akron.

Where: Fargo

What you should know: The mall, advertised as a destination for the upper Midwest, offers 120 stores that sit on about 950,000 square feet of land.

Where: Charlotte

What you should know: The mall is home to 175 retailers, including a recently added Tommy John store – the brand’s second ever brick-and-mortar location.

Where: Manhattan, New York City

What you should know: It’s an iconic spot for luxury shops and dining inside the Time Warner Center.

Where: Albuquerque

What you should know: The mall offers more than 150 stores and restaurants.

Where: Paramus

What you should know: The largest mall in the state offers nearly 300 shops inside a well-maintained space. It was built in 1957 as one of the first suburban malls in America.

Where: Salem

What you should know: The mall offers tax-free shopping and more than 150 stores.

Where: Las Vegas

What you should know: The mall connected to Caesars Palace on the Las Vegas Strip is a sight to see with an animatronic show and 50,000 gallon aquarium.

Where: Omaha

What you should know: Nebraska’s largest shopping center, located 10 minutes from downtown Omaha, offers more than 135 stores.

Where: Missoula

What you should know: The mall offers brand-name stores and locally-owned shops. It also hosts more than 25 events a year.

Where : Des Peres

What you should know : The mall offers more than 150 name-brand stores and restaurants.

Where: Gulfport

What you should know: The discount outlets offer over 50 stores, and recently added Kate Spade, Vera Bradley and H&M.

Where: Bloomington

What you should know: It’s a 2.5 million-square-foot behemoth of a shopping center that features over 500 stores.

Where: Troy

What you should know: This premiere mall is for those looking for luxury with stores including Tiffany & Co. and Saks Fifth Avenue. It even features a Tesla showroom.

Where : Natick

What you should know : The mall offers more than 200 stores, and is about 20 minutes away from Boston.

Where : Hanover

What you should know : The mall, located 20-minutes away from Inner Harbor, attracts visitors by the bus load with a host of outlet stores.

Where : South Portland

What you should know : The largest mall in Maine offers more than 120 stores and restaurants.

Where: Baton Rouge

What you should know: The mall offers more than 160 stores and restaurants.

Where : Louisville

What you should know : Louisville’s first indoor mall remains popular today. Plus, Whole Foods and Trader Joe's are nearby for other shopping needs.

Where: Overland Park

What you should know: Kansas’ biggest mall encompasses more than 1.5 million square feet, with a host of options for kids, including an American Girl, Disney Store and a LEGO store.

Where: West Des Moines

What you should know: The largest mall in the state offers a variety of stores and is also a popular spot for restaurants, including The Cheesecake Factory, Wahlburgers and On The Border.

Where: Indianapolis

What you should know: The mall offers a host of upscale stores in the northeast section of the city.

Where: Chicago

What you should know: The eight-level shopping center sits at the northern tip of Magnificent Mile, a strip known for shopping.

Where: Meridian

What you should know: The shopping center was designed with European-style architecture around a children’s play area and show fountain choreographed to lights and music.

Where: Honolulu

What you should know: It’s advertised as the world’s largest open-air shopping center with more than 350 shops and restaurants. Plus, shoppers can enjoy live hula and ukulele performances.

Where: Buford

What you should know: It’s the largest mall in the state, with more than 200 stores and an IMAX theater.

Where: Aventura

What you should know: It’s the second-largest shopping mall on the East Coast.

Where: Newark

What you should know about it: Shop tax free at this mall, which boasts more than 180 stores and restaurants.

Where: Milford

What you should know: It’s the largest mall in the state, and often hosts a variety of events throughout the year.

Where: Lone Tree, five miles south of Denver

What you should know: Nearly 200 stores and restaurants can be found in this Western-style “retail resort.”

Where: Costa Mesa

What you should know: It features 250 boutique retailers plus 30 restaurants. The mall is also a hot spot for live shows and art installations.

Where: Rogers

What you should know: An outdoor mall with more than 100 stores and restaurants.

Where: Scottsdale

What you should know: The mall recently added five new stores and nine remodeled shops in its luxury wing, complete with a Swarovski-inspired grand chandelier and valet lounge.

Where: Anchorage

What you should know: Enjoy tax-free shopping and find stores here that are uniquely Alaskan alongside big-box retailers.

Where: Hoover

What you should know: It’s advertised as the state’s No. 1 tourist attraction with more than 200 shops and a large glass atrium.


Best malls in every state

These malls and shopping centers are the best in each state, according to reviews, regional rankings and number of shops offered.

Where: Cheyenne

What you should know: It’s not the largest mall in the state, but it is most highly-rated according to reviews.

Where: Greendale

What you should know: The mall, the biggest in the area, offers 130 stores within 1.2 million square feet.

Where: Barboursville

What you should know: The mall offers more than 150 stores and is the largest in the state.

Where: Seattle

What you should know: It’s one of the largest malls in the Pacific Northwest, minutes from the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.

Where: Tysons

What you should know: The massive indoor mall is home to more than 250 stores and two food courts. The nearby Tysons Galleria also offers a variety of upscale stores.

Where: South Burlington

What you should know: It’s Vermont’s largest shopping mall with a host of clothing, electronics, food and grocery options.

Where : Salt Lake City

What you should know : The area’s classic shopping mall offers more than 140 stores, including big box names and eateries .

Where : Dallas

What you should know : Find more than 230 stores inside this mega 2-million square foot mall.

Where: Nashville

What you should know: Find more than 100 brand-name stores as well as boutiques offering Nashville styles.

Where: Sioux Falls

What you should know: The mall features a mix of 140 shops and restaurants, and advertises itself as one of the most iconic shopping destinations in the region.

Where: Myrtle Beach

What you should know: The mall, with over 100 stores, has a history of closing on Thanksgiving Day to honor the holiday. It typically opens at 6 a.m. on Black Friday.

Where: Providence

What you should know: The mall offers 150 stores and restaurants.

Where: King of Prussia

What you should know: It’s the largest mall on the East Coast and arguably the largest in the United States.

Where: Portland

What you should know: The mall offers more than 170 stores.

Where: Oklahoma City

What you should know: The mall offers 140 shops and a newly renovated food court.

Where: Fairlawn

What you should know: The mall boasts over 100 specialty shops and is located minutes from Akron.

Where: Fargo

What you should know: The mall, advertised as a destination for the upper Midwest, offers 120 stores that sit on about 950,000 square feet of land.

Where: Charlotte

What you should know: The mall is home to 175 retailers, including a recently added Tommy John store – the brand’s second ever brick-and-mortar location.

Where: Manhattan, New York City

What you should know: It’s an iconic spot for luxury shops and dining inside the Time Warner Center.

Where: Albuquerque

What you should know: The mall offers more than 150 stores and restaurants.

Where: Paramus

What you should know: The largest mall in the state offers nearly 300 shops inside a well-maintained space. It was built in 1957 as one of the first suburban malls in America.

Where: Salem

What you should know: The mall offers tax-free shopping and more than 150 stores.

Where: Las Vegas

What you should know: The mall connected to Caesars Palace on the Las Vegas Strip is a sight to see with an animatronic show and 50,000 gallon aquarium.

Where: Omaha

What you should know: Nebraska’s largest shopping center, located 10 minutes from downtown Omaha, offers more than 135 stores.

Where: Missoula

What you should know: The mall offers brand-name stores and locally-owned shops. It also hosts more than 25 events a year.

Where : Des Peres

What you should know : The mall offers more than 150 name-brand stores and restaurants.

Where: Gulfport

What you should know: The discount outlets offer over 50 stores, and recently added Kate Spade, Vera Bradley and H&M.

Where: Bloomington

What you should know: It’s a 2.5 million-square-foot behemoth of a shopping center that features over 500 stores.

Where: Troy

What you should know: This premiere mall is for those looking for luxury with stores including Tiffany & Co. and Saks Fifth Avenue. It even features a Tesla showroom.

Where : Natick

What you should know : The mall offers more than 200 stores, and is about 20 minutes away from Boston.

Where : Hanover

What you should know : The mall, located 20-minutes away from Inner Harbor, attracts visitors by the bus load with a host of outlet stores.

Where : South Portland

What you should know : The largest mall in Maine offers more than 120 stores and restaurants.

Where: Baton Rouge

What you should know: The mall offers more than 160 stores and restaurants.

Where : Louisville

What you should know : Louisville’s first indoor mall remains popular today. Plus, Whole Foods and Trader Joe's are nearby for other shopping needs.

Where: Overland Park

What you should know: Kansas’ biggest mall encompasses more than 1.5 million square feet, with a host of options for kids, including an American Girl, Disney Store and a LEGO store.

Where: West Des Moines

What you should know: The largest mall in the state offers a variety of stores and is also a popular spot for restaurants, including The Cheesecake Factory, Wahlburgers and On The Border.

Where: Indianapolis

What you should know: The mall offers a host of upscale stores in the northeast section of the city.

Where: Chicago

What you should know: The eight-level shopping center sits at the northern tip of Magnificent Mile, a strip known for shopping.

Where: Meridian

What you should know: The shopping center was designed with European-style architecture around a children’s play area and show fountain choreographed to lights and music.

Where: Honolulu

What you should know: It’s advertised as the world’s largest open-air shopping center with more than 350 shops and restaurants. Plus, shoppers can enjoy live hula and ukulele performances.

Where: Buford

What you should know: It’s the largest mall in the state, with more than 200 stores and an IMAX theater.

Where: Aventura

What you should know: It’s the second-largest shopping mall on the East Coast.

Where: Newark

What you should know about it: Shop tax free at this mall, which boasts more than 180 stores and restaurants.

Where: Milford

What you should know: It’s the largest mall in the state, and often hosts a variety of events throughout the year.

Where: Lone Tree, five miles south of Denver

What you should know: Nearly 200 stores and restaurants can be found in this Western-style “retail resort.”

Where: Costa Mesa

What you should know: It features 250 boutique retailers plus 30 restaurants. The mall is also a hot spot for live shows and art installations.

Where: Rogers

What you should know: An outdoor mall with more than 100 stores and restaurants.

Where: Scottsdale

What you should know: The mall recently added five new stores and nine remodeled shops in its luxury wing, complete with a Swarovski-inspired grand chandelier and valet lounge.

Where: Anchorage

What you should know: Enjoy tax-free shopping and find stores here that are uniquely Alaskan alongside big-box retailers.

Where: Hoover

What you should know: It’s advertised as the state’s No. 1 tourist attraction with more than 200 shops and a large glass atrium.


Best malls in every state

These malls and shopping centers are the best in each state, according to reviews, regional rankings and number of shops offered.

Where: Cheyenne

What you should know: It’s not the largest mall in the state, but it is most highly-rated according to reviews.

Where: Greendale

What you should know: The mall, the biggest in the area, offers 130 stores within 1.2 million square feet.

Where: Barboursville

What you should know: The mall offers more than 150 stores and is the largest in the state.

Where: Seattle

What you should know: It’s one of the largest malls in the Pacific Northwest, minutes from the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.

Where: Tysons

What you should know: The massive indoor mall is home to more than 250 stores and two food courts. The nearby Tysons Galleria also offers a variety of upscale stores.

Where: South Burlington

What you should know: It’s Vermont’s largest shopping mall with a host of clothing, electronics, food and grocery options.

Where : Salt Lake City

What you should know : The area’s classic shopping mall offers more than 140 stores, including big box names and eateries .

Where : Dallas

What you should know : Find more than 230 stores inside this mega 2-million square foot mall.

Where: Nashville

What you should know: Find more than 100 brand-name stores as well as boutiques offering Nashville styles.

Where: Sioux Falls

What you should know: The mall features a mix of 140 shops and restaurants, and advertises itself as one of the most iconic shopping destinations in the region.

Where: Myrtle Beach

What you should know: The mall, with over 100 stores, has a history of closing on Thanksgiving Day to honor the holiday. It typically opens at 6 a.m. on Black Friday.

Where: Providence

What you should know: The mall offers 150 stores and restaurants.

Where: King of Prussia

What you should know: It’s the largest mall on the East Coast and arguably the largest in the United States.

Where: Portland

What you should know: The mall offers more than 170 stores.

Where: Oklahoma City

What you should know: The mall offers 140 shops and a newly renovated food court.

Where: Fairlawn

What you should know: The mall boasts over 100 specialty shops and is located minutes from Akron.

Where: Fargo

What you should know: The mall, advertised as a destination for the upper Midwest, offers 120 stores that sit on about 950,000 square feet of land.

Where: Charlotte

What you should know: The mall is home to 175 retailers, including a recently added Tommy John store – the brand’s second ever brick-and-mortar location.

Where: Manhattan, New York City

What you should know: It’s an iconic spot for luxury shops and dining inside the Time Warner Center.

Where: Albuquerque

What you should know: The mall offers more than 150 stores and restaurants.

Where: Paramus

What you should know: The largest mall in the state offers nearly 300 shops inside a well-maintained space. It was built in 1957 as one of the first suburban malls in America.

Where: Salem

What you should know: The mall offers tax-free shopping and more than 150 stores.

Where: Las Vegas

What you should know: The mall connected to Caesars Palace on the Las Vegas Strip is a sight to see with an animatronic show and 50,000 gallon aquarium.

Where: Omaha

What you should know: Nebraska’s largest shopping center, located 10 minutes from downtown Omaha, offers more than 135 stores.

Where: Missoula

What you should know: The mall offers brand-name stores and locally-owned shops. It also hosts more than 25 events a year.

Where : Des Peres

What you should know : The mall offers more than 150 name-brand stores and restaurants.

Where: Gulfport

What you should know: The discount outlets offer over 50 stores, and recently added Kate Spade, Vera Bradley and H&M.

Where: Bloomington

What you should know: It’s a 2.5 million-square-foot behemoth of a shopping center that features over 500 stores.

Where: Troy

What you should know: This premiere mall is for those looking for luxury with stores including Tiffany & Co. and Saks Fifth Avenue. It even features a Tesla showroom.

Where : Natick

What you should know : The mall offers more than 200 stores, and is about 20 minutes away from Boston.

Where : Hanover

What you should know : The mall, located 20-minutes away from Inner Harbor, attracts visitors by the bus load with a host of outlet stores.

Where : South Portland

What you should know : The largest mall in Maine offers more than 120 stores and restaurants.

Where: Baton Rouge

What you should know: The mall offers more than 160 stores and restaurants.

Where : Louisville

What you should know : Louisville’s first indoor mall remains popular today. Plus, Whole Foods and Trader Joe's are nearby for other shopping needs.

Where: Overland Park

What you should know: Kansas’ biggest mall encompasses more than 1.5 million square feet, with a host of options for kids, including an American Girl, Disney Store and a LEGO store.

Where: West Des Moines

What you should know: The largest mall in the state offers a variety of stores and is also a popular spot for restaurants, including The Cheesecake Factory, Wahlburgers and On The Border.

Where: Indianapolis

What you should know: The mall offers a host of upscale stores in the northeast section of the city.

Where: Chicago

What you should know: The eight-level shopping center sits at the northern tip of Magnificent Mile, a strip known for shopping.

Where: Meridian

What you should know: The shopping center was designed with European-style architecture around a children’s play area and show fountain choreographed to lights and music.

Where: Honolulu

What you should know: It’s advertised as the world’s largest open-air shopping center with more than 350 shops and restaurants. Plus, shoppers can enjoy live hula and ukulele performances.

Where: Buford

What you should know: It’s the largest mall in the state, with more than 200 stores and an IMAX theater.

Where: Aventura

What you should know: It’s the second-largest shopping mall on the East Coast.

Where: Newark

What you should know about it: Shop tax free at this mall, which boasts more than 180 stores and restaurants.

Where: Milford

What you should know: It’s the largest mall in the state, and often hosts a variety of events throughout the year.

Where: Lone Tree, five miles south of Denver

What you should know: Nearly 200 stores and restaurants can be found in this Western-style “retail resort.”

Where: Costa Mesa

What you should know: It features 250 boutique retailers plus 30 restaurants. The mall is also a hot spot for live shows and art installations.

Where: Rogers

What you should know: An outdoor mall with more than 100 stores and restaurants.

Where: Scottsdale

What you should know: The mall recently added five new stores and nine remodeled shops in its luxury wing, complete with a Swarovski-inspired grand chandelier and valet lounge.

Where: Anchorage

What you should know: Enjoy tax-free shopping and find stores here that are uniquely Alaskan alongside big-box retailers.

Where: Hoover

What you should know: It’s advertised as the state’s No. 1 tourist attraction with more than 200 shops and a large glass atrium.


Best malls in every state

These malls and shopping centers are the best in each state, according to reviews, regional rankings and number of shops offered.

Where: Cheyenne

What you should know: It’s not the largest mall in the state, but it is most highly-rated according to reviews.

Where: Greendale

What you should know: The mall, the biggest in the area, offers 130 stores within 1.2 million square feet.

Where: Barboursville

What you should know: The mall offers more than 150 stores and is the largest in the state.

Where: Seattle

What you should know: It’s one of the largest malls in the Pacific Northwest, minutes from the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.

Where: Tysons

What you should know: The massive indoor mall is home to more than 250 stores and two food courts. The nearby Tysons Galleria also offers a variety of upscale stores.

Where: South Burlington

What you should know: It’s Vermont’s largest shopping mall with a host of clothing, electronics, food and grocery options.

Where : Salt Lake City

What you should know : The area’s classic shopping mall offers more than 140 stores, including big box names and eateries .

Where : Dallas

What you should know : Find more than 230 stores inside this mega 2-million square foot mall.

Where: Nashville

What you should know: Find more than 100 brand-name stores as well as boutiques offering Nashville styles.

Where: Sioux Falls

What you should know: The mall features a mix of 140 shops and restaurants, and advertises itself as one of the most iconic shopping destinations in the region.

Where: Myrtle Beach

What you should know: The mall, with over 100 stores, has a history of closing on Thanksgiving Day to honor the holiday. It typically opens at 6 a.m. on Black Friday.

Where: Providence

What you should know: The mall offers 150 stores and restaurants.

Where: King of Prussia

What you should know: It’s the largest mall on the East Coast and arguably the largest in the United States.

Where: Portland

What you should know: The mall offers more than 170 stores.

Where: Oklahoma City

What you should know: The mall offers 140 shops and a newly renovated food court.

Where: Fairlawn

What you should know: The mall boasts over 100 specialty shops and is located minutes from Akron.

Where: Fargo

What you should know: The mall, advertised as a destination for the upper Midwest, offers 120 stores that sit on about 950,000 square feet of land.

Where: Charlotte

What you should know: The mall is home to 175 retailers, including a recently added Tommy John store – the brand’s second ever brick-and-mortar location.

Where: Manhattan, New York City

What you should know: It’s an iconic spot for luxury shops and dining inside the Time Warner Center.

Where: Albuquerque

What you should know: The mall offers more than 150 stores and restaurants.

Where: Paramus

What you should know: The largest mall in the state offers nearly 300 shops inside a well-maintained space. It was built in 1957 as one of the first suburban malls in America.

Where: Salem

What you should know: The mall offers tax-free shopping and more than 150 stores.

Where: Las Vegas

What you should know: The mall connected to Caesars Palace on the Las Vegas Strip is a sight to see with an animatronic show and 50,000 gallon aquarium.

Where: Omaha

What you should know: Nebraska’s largest shopping center, located 10 minutes from downtown Omaha, offers more than 135 stores.

Where: Missoula

What you should know: The mall offers brand-name stores and locally-owned shops. It also hosts more than 25 events a year.

Where : Des Peres

What you should know : The mall offers more than 150 name-brand stores and restaurants.

Where: Gulfport

What you should know: The discount outlets offer over 50 stores, and recently added Kate Spade, Vera Bradley and H&M.

Where: Bloomington

What you should know: It’s a 2.5 million-square-foot behemoth of a shopping center that features over 500 stores.

Where: Troy

What you should know: This premiere mall is for those looking for luxury with stores including Tiffany & Co. and Saks Fifth Avenue. It even features a Tesla showroom.

Where : Natick

What you should know : The mall offers more than 200 stores, and is about 20 minutes away from Boston.

Where : Hanover

What you should know : The mall, located 20-minutes away from Inner Harbor, attracts visitors by the bus load with a host of outlet stores.

Where : South Portland

What you should know : The largest mall in Maine offers more than 120 stores and restaurants.

Where: Baton Rouge

What you should know: The mall offers more than 160 stores and restaurants.

Where : Louisville

What you should know : Louisville’s first indoor mall remains popular today. Plus, Whole Foods and Trader Joe's are nearby for other shopping needs.

Where: Overland Park

What you should know: Kansas’ biggest mall encompasses more than 1.5 million square feet, with a host of options for kids, including an American Girl, Disney Store and a LEGO store.

Where: West Des Moines

What you should know: The largest mall in the state offers a variety of stores and is also a popular spot for restaurants, including The Cheesecake Factory, Wahlburgers and On The Border.

Where: Indianapolis

What you should know: The mall offers a host of upscale stores in the northeast section of the city.

Where: Chicago

What you should know: The eight-level shopping center sits at the northern tip of Magnificent Mile, a strip known for shopping.

Where: Meridian

What you should know: The shopping center was designed with European-style architecture around a children’s play area and show fountain choreographed to lights and music.

Where: Honolulu

What you should know: It’s advertised as the world’s largest open-air shopping center with more than 350 shops and restaurants. Plus, shoppers can enjoy live hula and ukulele performances.

Where: Buford

What you should know: It’s the largest mall in the state, with more than 200 stores and an IMAX theater.

Where: Aventura

What you should know: It’s the second-largest shopping mall on the East Coast.

Where: Newark

What you should know about it: Shop tax free at this mall, which boasts more than 180 stores and restaurants.

Where: Milford

What you should know: It’s the largest mall in the state, and often hosts a variety of events throughout the year.

Where: Lone Tree, five miles south of Denver

What you should know: Nearly 200 stores and restaurants can be found in this Western-style “retail resort.”

Where: Costa Mesa

What you should know: It features 250 boutique retailers plus 30 restaurants. The mall is also a hot spot for live shows and art installations.

Where: Rogers

What you should know: An outdoor mall with more than 100 stores and restaurants.

Where: Scottsdale

What you should know: The mall recently added five new stores and nine remodeled shops in its luxury wing, complete with a Swarovski-inspired grand chandelier and valet lounge.

Where: Anchorage

What you should know: Enjoy tax-free shopping and find stores here that are uniquely Alaskan alongside big-box retailers.

Where: Hoover

What you should know: It’s advertised as the state’s No. 1 tourist attraction with more than 200 shops and a large glass atrium.