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Madison Square Mall, Huntsville
(1.4/5 based on 30 reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • Bad. Just bad. It is a dying mall so don't waste your time. Very few stores and by 5 it is completely dark. 
  • This was the scariest place I have ever been! There was no stores open and there were only teenagers hanging around there being rude. Would not go to this mall—it should be shut down. 
  • I thought I walked into the perfect place for a horror movie. The mall is empty and the only 2 stores that are left in the mall are department stores. Not worth going there unless you want to see a de...  more »
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  • I went to Sear's to get some jack stands. There are still a handful of anchor stores like Sear's, JC Penny's, etc...most stuff in this mall has closed shop and moved out.
  • As of now it's an empty hollow what used to be a mall. A few stores hold on until their lease is up. But I think Sears and Jcpenny and possible Buffalo Wild Wings will stay throughout the new build up project. Nothing inside works... AC, elevators etc...
  • Was a great place to go to with friends, but now, you can pretty much count on it being dead. The stores are closed down, and there's really nothing left.
  • Almost non-existent. Only a couple of department stores and some things in the parking lot left. Go to the theater on Tuesdays for $5 tickets, go to happy hour at Steak'n'Shake, go to Romano's for a more expensive dinner... That's about it.
  • It's honestly sad to see what this place has become. If you're a local and you went a lot, it's still pretty much the same, being that after retailers cleared out their products, everything else remained. If you'd like to see what a classic Disney store or an empty food court looks like, you've found the right place. UPDATE: Welp, it looks like this place is closing soon. It had a very good run and it will be bittersweet to see it go but Huntsville's always changing, and this mall could never adapt fast enough for that.