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Toronto Premium Outlets, Halton Hills

(2.8/5 based on 200+ reviews on the web)
Pick out some bargains at Toronto Premium Outlets, a large outdoor mall with a wide variety of premium brands. The mall has over 80 stores, including Calvin Klein, Coach Outlet, and Michael Kors, all offering high-end products at reduced prices. Weekends and holidays can get exceptionally busy, and you might have issues finding parking. Dress warmly on cold or wet days, as the open-air mall offers little protection from the elements. Make Toronto Premium Outlets a part of your Georgetown vacation plans using our Georgetown vacation builder.
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  • We stopped in to this Toronto Premium Outlets over the holidays as we were visiting family in Georgetown. Boy what a mistake that was. The place was packed with shoppers, there was no place to park, t...  more »
  • The overall prices here didn't impress me, although there was a nice selection of stores. My big knock against this place is that it's outdoors: When it's winter, you really have to plan which stores ...  more »
  • Very cold during the winter... It's hard to park after 12pm, so you should go earlier than 12 if you want to park easily. During the summer it's crowded and a bit hot. The stores are ok. The food that...  more »
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  • These outlets have a large variety of stores - all the typical ones you'd expect (MK, Coach, Tory Burch, Kate Spade etc.). The outdoor style mall is similar to outlets in the US (Florida). This is great in the summer when it is nice out but not a pleasant experience in the winter when it is -20C! There is lots of parking but you have to get there right when it opens for a close spot. The food court is disappointing (very limited options) and is always packed, but they do have a couple of food trucks now (Beaver Tails!). Pretty easy to get to, you can see it from the highway, and much closer to Toronto than driving all the way to Niagara Falls/Buffalo.
  • If it's a decent day outside or around the holidays, be prepared to take a while to find parking. However, it may be worth it. Great selection and products with pretty decent prices and random promotions. Like today, there was a 10% off your entire purchase coupon provided by guest services. Since it is an outdoor shopping mall, be sure to dress appropriately during the winter.
  • Toronto Premium Outlets is a well laid out Outdoor Shopping Mall. They have a great selection of stores and I have always had a good experience when interacting with the employees of the mall; they are very helpful and positive. The central food court offers a limited selection of food, but the Beavertails truck and other outdoor food boutiques offer a few more snack options. I love the design and decor of the mall. Some of the accents really give it a unique feeling and it's not uncommon to see children running around and having a great time! Very family oriented as well as shopping oriented.
  • Lot of big name brands with some decent discount and good collection. Usually factory outlets don't have good collection but not this place. Worth the drive.
  • If you're not too quality conscious, outlet malls can be a decent place to pick up "designer" products. However, if you're looking to buy quality designer products, avoid outlet malls. Usually the products are made of cheaper quality or leftover products with slight blemishes or defects. Or they're out of season products that there's an excess of. Food here is priced at tourist attraction rates, but the gas stations near here are cheaper than in Toronto. I like the open concept of the mall, but in the wintertime, the lack of a proper enclosure is brutal.