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Edinburgh Premium Outlets, Edinburgh

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  • Located right off 65, this outlet mall is really easy to get to. My co-worker and I stop often to check out the Coach store and the Michael Kors store. A good mix of stores with lots of restaurants ne...  more »
  • Lot's of quality stores in this mall. I found a few things that I've wanted for a while now and got them at the price that was right! Employees were very friendly and helpful. Made the experience that...  more »
  • Hubby and daughter brought me to the outlets this Mother's Day weekend. Lots of sales going on today some advertised and some not. Lots of businesses had extra % off the already reduced price. Nice pl...  more »
  • That's the only premium outlet near to Indianapolis. All most all the brands are there and prices are reasonable. Though its far but worth a visit.
  • I've been here several times. Pretty relaxed atmosphere and helpful retailers. Have my favorite stores but love to stroll to see new things.
  • This one is an interesting one. It's definitely an Outlet Mall. There are shops that are outlets located in an outdoor shopping area. There are also factory stores in the same setting. The bathroom layout is honestly pretty bad, since I think there's only 2 bathroom locations, one on each end. And that's a far walk. Also, no food locations! All the food is across the street, and not really within walking distance. So if you go for the day, plan to have to park twice. Once when you get there, and once after lunch.
  • Being in a tractor trailer and seeing a store you really want or need to go into, doesn't always make it easy. But, luckily, Edinburgh allows buses and bug trucks to park behind Building H (whwre The Children's Place is located). We spent all day shopping there. It was a beautiful day and every store we went in the sales associates were helpful and very nice. There are restrooms there as well. Restaurants nearby include everything from fast food (Hardees) to nicer, high end (Montana Mikes). If you like outlet stores, this is a good place to stop!
  • Banana Republic offered nice sales for their silk luxe shirts. I bought three but didn't want to stop there. The variety of men cloth es is better compared to the woman's selection.