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Arundel Mills, Hanover

(3.8/5 based on 340+ reviews on the web)
Arundel Mills is the largest outlet shopping, dining and entertainment destination in Maryland. With more than 200 stores including Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue Off Fifth, Pink, Lego and The Disney Store, Arundel Mills has everything you need. Dining and entertainment options include Buffalo Wild Wings, Dave & Buster's and the Cinemark Egyptian 24 Theatres. Arundel Mills is operated by Simon Property Group (SPG).
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  • From eating great food to finding an excellent much needed item on sale. It's all at Arundel Mills Mall.  more »
  • Lots (& I mean LOTS) of stores. Went on a Saturday night and felt safe in the mall. There are five sections, so remember which section you entered. Only complaint - parking. Was difficult to find a sp...  more »
  • Went to this mall twice during my Christmas holidays stay in the area, and was very surprised at the choice of retailers available, there is something for everyone there. Parking was difficult as it w...  more »
  • An awesome mall with something for everyone! It's enormous. The food court is in tip top shape. Arundel mall has so much to offer. The best part? Many stores are outlet stores, so you can find decent deals. I wish I wasn't just visiting on vacation!
  • Very nice outlet mall. Owned by Simon Malls, a company known for their premium properties. Simon keeps Arundel Mills in good shape. It's clean, well lit, comfortable, and pleasant. The only downside is that it's become so popular that parking is often a problem.
  • I don't know if it is the effect of casino or not. I don't feel comfortable shopping there. If you are lucky you need to spend 30-40 min to get a parking. Food quality in the food corner are dropping. Only attraction is some outlet have good deals. You can breath in the Costco there. Columbia Costco is always crowded. I at least for this I come here.
  • This place has so many things to do. Do you like spending a bunch of money? Go to the casino! Do you like playing arcade games? Dave and Buster's! Movies? This place has a movie theater that is built to like the inside of an Egyptian pyramid. Duclaw brewing is a fantastic place for food or drinks. Oh and there's a Medieval Times! That is a corny but really fun time. It also has all the stuff of a regular mall as far as stores. To take the loop around the whole thing is about three quarters of a mile. It's huge and very nice.
  • There is always something you can find at this mall. The food coyr is great and I believe it has a site down restaurant as well. My challenge is always finding the right entrance based on my shopping needs. The location near Neiman Marcus and Saks Off Broadway (?) is a good place to enter because you can hit up Dave and Busters (?) & the movie theater to the right or Calvin Klein and Bath & Body Works to the left. If you want more athletic wear, park near Medieval Times and go to the right of the entrance. Maryland Casino Live is also there and has great food and entertainment.