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Queenstown Premium Outlets, Queenstown

Categories: Factory Outlets, Shopping
Inspirock Rating:
3.9/5 based on 85 reviews on the web
Located on Maryland's scenic eastern shore, east of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge. Enjoy savings of 25% to 65% every day at 65 designer and name brand outlet stores featuring Adidas, Banana Republic, Brooks Brothers, Calvin Klein, Coach, Gucci, J.Crew, Michael Kors, Nike, Polo Ralph Lauren, Talbots and many more.
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  • The Queenstown Premium Outlet Center is located right at the V of Rt. 50 and US 301 with easy access.It is a compact outlet center that is very easy to walk and is power packed with 66 stores of all h...  read more »
  • We visitedBass, Sketchers, Wilson Leather, old Navy, Banana Republic, and the office next to Pepperidge Farms. We had a nice three hour shopping trip on Friday afternoon, finding plenty of parking, li...  read more »
  • My family and I went to Queenstown for school shopping. The outlet offers a great variety of stores. They also have ample parking. 
  • Compared to other outlet malls, the selection of stores is very limited. There is no traditional food court so you're stuck eating pretzels or from temporary food stalls. Also there is nothing else to do around this area unless you are driving all the way to Ocean City
  • Damn, took all my money. I guess success!!
  • Big, with enough parking space. However, there is no place to have coffee, and it needs a couple of more restaurants, and some of the usual big stores are kind of small, such as Tommy Hillfiger. And there is no Puma outlet.
  • This outlet mall has a decent store variety, it's an open style mall, so be mindful of the weather. Bathrooms and good options are limited but the prices make up for it. My favorite sites are Columbia and Banaba Republic. Parking can be a problem on summer weekends.
  • This place is HUGE. Typical outlet mall that has something for everyone. However, the layout of the parking is a little confusing and most drivers ignore the "one way only" and "stop signs" because they just go where and when they want to. Only one bathroom for the whole mall though. Always busy, always dirty, always smells bad.
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