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“Great Stores, Weird Layout”

Edinburgh Premium Outlets
Ranked #1 of 8 things to do in Edinburgh
Certificate of Excellence
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Recommended length of visit: 2-3 hours
Owner description: Edinburgh Premium Outlets features an impressive collection of the finest brands for you, your family and your home. Include a shopping stop during your next trip to the area. Located 35 minutes south of Indianapolis, you're sure to find impressive savings all year round.
Useful Information: Bathroom facilities, Stroller parking, Wheelchair access
Reviewed April 8, 2013

The Edinburgh Premium Outlets are fine, great stores, good deals, everything you would expect in an outlet mall with one exception, it is laid out in the strangest configuration. The stores are hard to get to, the bathrooms are around back behind everything in a sketchy, poorly lit loading-dock area, everything feels like it's far away from everything else. If I have a choice to go to a different outlet mall, I will definitely take it, walking this mall with my four year old was not easy.

Thank Sasslynn
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Reviewed April 8, 2013

We went during spring break. The weather wasn't too bad, but it's a large area so if it had been unfavorable weather, it would've been a much shorter trip for us. There was a decent selection of stores, but price-wise, you can get pretty much the same merchandise for the same price at many of the stores' regular locations. There were also no food locations directly attached anywhere to the stores. You had to drive away from the shopping mall area to restaraunts and there aren't many options. Not worth the 3-hour drive for us.

Thank ShowMeTheMountains
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Reviewed April 2, 2013

Got a great deal on a purse and shoes at Coach. Paid less than half of retail. Also visited Eddie Bauer and Justice. AMAZING deals at this outlet!

1  Thank Meaghan H
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Reviewed March 25, 2013

We think this is a nice mall. Have been here several times. Lots of name brand stores. Good location, not far from Indy and close to interstate. Lot of good motels close. Several places to eat.

1  Thank Darrell W
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Reviewed March 21, 2013

An outdoor mall on a cold windy day in Indiana is not a pleasure. However, the teens I
took loved it and found some good buys. Personally, my favorite store is the Champion
store where I find tight fitting workout tights that are not capri or flared leg and actually
fit at the waist....a rare find these days even in the best athletic stores. The teens also
found workout shorts they loved at Champion. Most of the other stores carry inferior quality clothes (Ex: E Bauer) or nicer clothes you can get at other stores on sale for less money. Shoe
stores here not nearly as good as DSW in selection or price.

There is unbelievably no food court. We spent several hours there and would love to have had the opportunity to sit down someplace and get a sandwich. Granted, there are restaurantss surrounding the mall - but that's for before or after the shopping. There are at least drink and snack machines - but no place to sit. Thank goodness for the ice cream at the chocolate shop - that was our lunch.

One of the highlights of my day was hearing the history of Estee Lauder from the lady at the
makeup shop. I also visited the kitchen store and picked up several little gadgets ... fun
shopping while waiting for the teens. The mall would benefit from some more home stores.

Thank Indygogo11
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