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Chambersburg Mall, Chambersburg

(1.4/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web)
Chambersburg Mall is a regional shopping mall located near Chambersburg, Pennsylvania in the unincorporated community of Scotland. Located at exit 20 off Interstate 81, the mall has 56 stores and a capacity of 64 as of December 2008.HistoryChambersburg Mall opened in 1982 under Crown American mall developers with Hess's, Sears, Gee Bee, and Carmike Cinemas. Bon-Ton was added in 1985 as Eyerly's. Over time, Hess's closed all of its stores and the mall's store was replaced with JCPenney, which moved from a plaza in downtown Chambersburg. Gee Bee stores folded in 1992 and were taken over by Value City which itself closed completely in 2008. The store was replaced with Burlington Coat Factory. Rex Electronics also briefly occupied a space in the mall. Chambersburg Mall had as many as 75 stores at its peak, but due to competition from newer shopping centers in the area, the number of stores has dwindled down to approximately 55.
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  • There's nothing at this mall. I don't know how it's still open. I wouldn't recommend it. I hadn't been in a while and even more places have closed recently it's crazy.  more »
  • The Black Rose antique store was worth the walk about. Lots to choose from, large selection. Burlington coat factory has great sales. There are a lot of empty store fronts, but the stores there are ni...  more »
  • The mall is dead. I went to the mall just out of curiosity and there's nothing there. When you visit hagerstown, capitol city or frederick, you see the malls are hustling with people. Chambersburg is ...  more »
  • The stores that are good are really good (FYE, Comics World, BAM and Brothers Pizza to name a few.), but they are surrounded by so many less then average stores. The mall feels empty to with so many vacant lots. The movie theater is passable.
  • Its going down hill really quickly. The only good thing about it is the theater.
  • This would be three stars if it wasn't for the Excellent Chinese Massage place next to the theater! The mall at the moment still has held on to a few good stores like VS, Bath&body, a lovely bookstore and one restaurant Bonanza
  • Closest indoor mall my side of the border. Clean. Not over crowded.
  • While I agree it seems very slow in here for a Saturday, there are still a few stores to visit and a really nice store filled with antiques and collectibles. I stopped at the video game and music store and scored an original Nintendo game that I have been looking for. This mall certainly has potential, just needs the right touch.