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McArthurGlen Designer Outlet, Richmond

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  • On the website it says there are over 2000 free parking spots yet I park on the side and got a 85 dollar ticket upon closer examination there is a tiny sign that says pay parking. Unbelievable  more »
  • If you have hours between flights it's worth jumping on the Canada Line which is a 5 minute ride away or ask customer service if there is a shuttle bus. Lots of designer stores with a huge parking lot...  more »
  • I was staying in Vancouver but took the sky-train here and did some window shopping. It is modeled sort of like a little village instead of just a bunch of boring storefronts. I have seen all these ou...  more »
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  • Some good deals can be had here when they have special sales, just keep an eye in their website. It's a nice place to go shopping when weathers good. Has a couple snack restuarants when hungry. Decent variety of stores.
  • Not much to see/shop at this tiny outlet mall. I would give it a 'striving' grade. Can see that they're trying! The decor of the architecture is nice, though the variety of stores and the number of stores is somewhat lacking. Sales are limited too, doesn't seem like a factory outlet, more like a regular shopping mall.
  • McArthurGlen is a nice outlet mall. It has a lot of great shops and a fantastic coffee shop. My favourite part is the kids play area that is partially covered which is nice on slightly damp days though it's not covered enough to keep you dry on a really rainy day. The Lindt chocolate shop is dangerously at the entry to the playground though so it's hard to avoid, assuming you'd want to.
  • A cute themed outdoor outlet shopping mall with a variety of designer brands near the YVA airport. Plentiful parking space and there is a coffee shop in the centre of the mall. Not only are clothes and shoes are old here, but also chocolate and kitchen equipment too!
  • One of the newest places for high end outlet stores in the Greater Vancouver Regional District. A convenient place to save some money over retail, but overall discounts are not that significant compared to other outlet malls (or even waiting for a retail store sale). Stores are in an European feel outdoor grouped setting near to the airport, which also means loud fly overs from air traffic...exciting to see the first few times. More stores are being added including eateries. There is a really nicely equipped playground at the rear of the mall with soft rubber flooring...the bonus is that it is under a huge tent structure for most weather conditions. Good place to pass by an afternoon. Lots of on-site parking. Easy access by Skytrain.