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Woodbury Common Premium Outlets, Central Valley

(4/5 based on 2,800+ reviews on the web)
Woodbury Common Premium Outlets is home to 220 stores. Shop for clothes, shoes, jewelry, luggage, home furnishings, and gifts items from well-known luxury brands at significantly reduced prices. Color-coded areas will help you orient yourself in this 72,000 sq m (800,000 sq ft) center. Tour buses and shuttles depart daily from New York City. Foreign visitors can make use of interpreters, currency exchange, and shipping services. Plan to visit Woodbury Common Premium Outlets and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Central Valley attractions using our Central Valley family vacation planner.
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  • we got the Bus from the NYC bus terminal. Easy to buy a ticket for and it's a nice journey to be honest. Get to see a bit of the city and suburbs whilst on your way. When you get there it has plenty o...  more »
  • Anyone who visits NY for shopping needs to come here. Its so much better than the busy overprices shops of manhattan. When we visited it was fairly quiet which was such a nice change from dealing with...  more »
  • Woodbury Copmmon is a full day out. Be prepared by doing your online research and plan the day in advance. As someone else mentions wear comfortable footwear. Buy a suitcase whilst there to keep all y...  more »
  • I've never seen better deals. The outlets in Lake George NY or the outlets in Lee MA don't even come close. This is primarily clothing and accessory based with some variety outside fashion. Even the average everyday sales make traveling to these outlets worth it. I got all my christmas shopping done in one day and spent about a quarter of what I would have at a traditional mall. Parking is plentiful and the covered garage is open.
  • Get lost easily in countless shopping outlets and indulge yourself in a high quality shopping experience! This is the paradise on Earth for shopaholics! The good time to visit is on the week days if you don't like crowds! There are some food places as well: from seafood to stake places!
  • High end outlet stores, with great atmosphere. The place is designed like a little village with open-air walk between stores. Make sure you get a map of the place in the information desk, and consider buying the coupon book. Food-wise - there are a few restaurants and caf├ęs around in addition to a nice food court.
  • This is by far my favorite outlet mall. It really big, tons of popular brands and in fact many luxury brands recently opened up here. It's a bit far from the city, but the drive there is beautiful if you take northern parkway. Go there early, because you can spend 5 hours here easy. I've visited almost all outlet malls in the New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania area, and this has the biggest collection of shops, great crown and a pleasant atmosphere.
  • Haven't been here in over 6 years and it has changed so much. I love this place because 1. It's open on Sunday and 2. It has all stores in one location