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Westfield Culver City, Culver City

(4/5 based on 75+ reviews on the web)
Westfield Culver City is a 1 million square foot retail attraction located at the intersection of the US 405 and 90 Freeways in Culver City, California. Westfield Culver City is anchored by Best Buy, JCPenney, Macy’s and Target, along with 130 specialty stores.


A dynamic blend of 130 national retailers, local and new boutique concepts and a multitude of dining options

Café Style Dining Terrace featuring 14 delicious new eateries

Shopper amenities including valet parking, eco-friendly waterless carwash, rooftop parking and more.

Family amenities including2 Family Lounges, family parking and a special children’s section in the Dining Terrace

Bright, open spaces, warm lighting and inviting landscaping

3 commissioned public art pieces designed to create moments of surprise, entertainment and interactivity for guests
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  • I end up here during trips to LA and never really want to return. The mall has a good number of stores and restaurants but it's kind of tacky, noisy and joyless. Yes, there's a crowded Target, a bustl...  more »
  • Feel the atmosphere of the United States. It's the best bargain. You can buy the end of the year at 50% off.
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  • I visited this mall for the second time in Christmas 2016. There are many attractive shops. Very messy Meicys. The crowded food court of people. The best place to eat is Olive Garden, restaurant of Italian food, very good service and nothing expensive.
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  • This shopping mall has been around for a long time. Over the years, it has greatly improved. It's a fun affordable place for the whole family. The mall is surrounded by big retail stores such as Best Buy and Target. Inside there is a food court, department stores, discount stores, small kiosks specializing in items such as cell phone accessories and snack food. The mall is easy to navigate with convenient parking and free public restrooms.
  • PARKING SUCKS. VALET MAKES IT WORSE. The parking is always impossible there. To make it EVEN WORSE they STOLE a whole aisle of the most convenient spots and put in EXPENSIVE RUDE VALET. So now it's even more inconvenient for CUSTOMERS. THEY SUCK.
  • This place is great! Lucille's is so delicious and there is a car wash while you shop! Every store ever and then some. Boutiques and all.
  • Multi level mall with most stores. The food court needs more of a variety of different cultures. Park in the structure for ease of entering and exiting the mall.
  • The mall looked nice, but I just went in for Pho in the food court. It was wit worth it and easy to access from the underground parking.