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Three amazing outlet malls can be found in every corner of the metro.
The Twin Cities are home to three, truly amazing outlet malls conveniently located north, east and south of the metro.
Start your day full of outlet shopping at the newest member of the Twin Cities outlet scene in the suburb of Eagan. This shopping mecca isn’t called the Twin Cities Premium Outlets for nothing. Home to over 100 stores including Nike, Coach, Polo Ralph Lauren, Armani, Michael Kors, Under Armour and Vera Bradley, the mall’s covered walkways and heated surface parking lots (yes, heated!) offer a comfortable shopping experience but still allow the opportunity to relish in the seasons of Minnesota.
Be sure to grab a bite at the food court and find a seat near the indoor/outdoor fireplace to take in outlet malls Minnesota-style.
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Travel to the suburb of Woodbury, where you’ll likely spend several hours at Woodbury Lakes—not your average outlet mall. You'll find over 55 national retailers and locally-owned boutiques sure to indulge every sense of style all situated within lush landscaping and charming architecture. Whether you're looking for fashion for the family, the perfect gift, something for your home, or simply time to unwind, Woodbury Lakes is where you’ll find it.
Make your way to the northwestern suburb of Albertville where you’ll find another outlet mecca. Albertville Premium Outlets, just 30 minutes north of Minneapolis on the I-94 corridor, has over 100 stores on 80 acres of north woods scenery. Perennial favorites include lululemon athletica, The North Face, UGG Australia, Coach and Michael Kors.
While in the area be sure to hit Maple Grove and its happening hot spots for both shopping and dining at The Shoppes at Arbor Lakes.
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