Arundel Mills Mall: Outlet Shopping and More

Shop, Eat, See a Movie, Watch Live Entertainment

Arundel Mills is one of the Baltimore-Washington area's largest outlet malls with more than 200 national stores outlets under roof. But you can do more than finding fantastic deals at Arundel Mills. You'll also find a variety of restaurants, from fast casual to sit-down restaurants. For fun, check out the Cinemark Egyptian 24-screen movie theater and Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament, a dinner theater featuring knights, horses, and jousting. Live! Casino and Hotel, the region's largest gaming facility, is adjacent to the mall. And for entertainment, there's Live! Center Stage, a 500-seat entertainment venue. 


Arundel Mills Mall is 28 miles northeast of Washington in Anne Arundel County, Maryland, at the intersection of the Maryland Route 295 (the Baltimore/Washington Parkway) and Route 100, near Baltimore/Washington International Airport (BWI).


Arundel Mills is open from  10 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. every day but Sunday, when it is open from  11 a.m. to 7 p.m.


The mall has an informative website that includes deals at various stores. You can sort for deals that are just about to end and deals that are new, so you'll know if you have to get cracking to catch them or have time to spare. Deals you'll find include buy-one-get-one-free or buy-one-get-one for half price, everything is 50 percent off, and lots of percentage-off coupons. 

Simon Property Group

Arundel Mills is owned and operated by the Simon Property Group, Inc., an S&P 100 company and a global leader in the retail real estate industry. The company currently owns or has an interest in more than 325 retail real estate properties in North America and Asia. Properties in the Baltimore-Washington area include Potomac Mills, The Fashion Center at Pentagon City, Hagerstown Premium Outlets, Queenstown Premium Outlets, Bowie Town Center, St. Charles Town Center, and Leesburg Premium Outlets.

Simon Youth Foundation

The Simon Youth Foundation is a nonprofit organization supported by Simon Property Group. Its goal is to rescue high school students who are at risk of quitting school for a variety of personal reasons. Simon Youth Academies, usually in Simon malls, give these kids a chance with small class sizes and schedules that can be tailored to their needs. Simon Youth Scholarships help first-generation college students get an education they might otherwise not be able to afford.

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