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Liberty Village Outlet Marketplace, Flemington

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Reviews
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  • I was disappointed with this outlet, it's sorely lacking stores to be a serious outlet. The major stores are Michael Kors, Coach, Ralph Lauren and Nine West. If you are in the area maybe you take a pe...  more »
  • More than half of the stores are vacant. We were there at 2 PM on Saturday and 20 percent of the occupied stores were closed. I feel bad for the few stores and restaurants that were open and their emp...  more »
  • Went looking for shoes, guess I went to the wrong place. A warm weekday at 2pm and the ghost town was reflected by the vacent stores. Bass shoes didn't have anything that stood out for me. Liberty Vil...  more »
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  • April 2017. Went looking for shoes, guess I went to the wrong place. A warm weekday at 2pm and the ghost town was reflected by the vacent stores. Bass shoes didn't have anything that stood out for me. Liberty Village was one of the early "go to" places from the 90 to the mid 2000s. Yikes, vacant storefronts abound. Parking used to be impossible, and then there were the buses. Much has changed in just 5 years. The "original" Turntable Junction, as the sign shows, is no longer a shopping area. Many major outlet brands are at the Flemington Outlets. Still a nice place to walk around, then there is the train ride (weekends). As some of the photos show, the age of the buildings are starting to show. The place is clean, the bathrooms are spotless. Still a number of other shopping and beautiful locations to visit just miles away. One of the few remaining NJ covered bridges is just 5 miles away. So it wouldn't be a wasted trip.
  • I like this outlet center, but I wish they would promote it more or lower the rents so interesting businesses can rent space.
  • Even though it os a small place and not too many stores. It is really a great looking place. Good restaurants around, a clearance timberland with amazing prices, a historic train ride, kid's playground is top quality. Overall great place to spend annafternoon.
  • Good location, like a picnic spot. Not many stores, but quite a few. Prices in stores are good.
  • There are not many shops at this outlet, but otherwise the stores are pretty good.