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Wrentham Village Premium Outlets, Wrentham

Categories: Factory Outlets, Shopping
Inspirock Rating:
4.2/5 based on 480+ reviews on the web
New England's largest outlet center is located southwest of Boston and near Providence, Rhode Island. With 170 designer and name brand outlet stores, discover everyday savings of 25% to 65%. The impressive list of stores includes Banana Republic, Barneys New York, Bloomingdale's Outlet, Burberry, Coach, Cole Haan, Elie Tahari, J.Crew, Kenneth Cole, Lacoste, Nike, Polo Ralph Lauren, Restoration Hardware, Saks Fifth Avenue Off 5th, Salvatore Ferragamo, Sony, Tory Burch, and many more.
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  • It is worthwhile anyway, there just to make an outlet is as much in the United States. We bought some cool stuff
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  • You can find some great deals here but go early to avoid the crowds. Lots of great shopping and if you have AAA you can get a coupon book at the info center. 
  • We went to the outlets to browse and found some good deals. The stores were busy and definitely making their sales goals. A very nice open air shopping experience. Some folks even had their dogs with ...  read more »
  • Good deal as Simon group always keep an Outlet malls near the big cities. I feel there should be a baby shop (like Buy Buy Baby or ToysRUs), a Victoria Secret Outlet and a Bath and Body works. Remaining everything is fine.
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  • This is the largest outlet mall in New England pretty much. All the regular brands are represented, along with the "premium" brands like Johnston and Murphy, Seiko, and 5th of Saks. The collection is immense and the sales are constant. There are bathrooms scattered throughout for convenience and dining options include a food court, Friendly's, and Auntie Annie's. There can be a lot of people here in the summer regardless of the day of the week.
  • Still the best outlets around! Conveniently located near 95, 495 and Route 1. They have all the major outlet stores and then some. Can get very busy on weekends and rainy days (so much that traffic backs up onto 495) so recommend getting there early morning before the crowds arrive.
  • There's nothing unique here. There used to be more diverse type of stores. Nowadays it's all clothing and shoe stores, owned by same corporations, and they all sell similar looking clothing. The "sales" are no longer bargains and the quality is terrible, made for "Outlet Shoppers." There used to be bedding and kitchen stores here too. They're all gone. And while there's great opportunity to put nice restaurants with a cafe style feel, all there is is awful Ruby Tuesday, a Friendly's where the line at noon blocks the pedestrian walkways, and a sad looking food court.
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