Malls in the Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex

Dallas has malls tucked in every corner. With ice rinks, play areas for the kids, special events and more, malls have more to offer than just shopping.

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    Grapevine Mills Mall BY 2.0

    Grapevine Mills Mall is just north of the DFW airport. A popular shopping destination for locals and tourists, the mall has food, entertainment, and organized activities like MallWalkers and a kids' club.

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    Interiors of a Shopping Mall, Galleria Dallas, Dallas, Texas, USA
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    With a design inspired by Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II in Milan, Italy and sculpture commissioned for the mall, the Galleria Dallas is an architectural and artistic beauty.

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    The interior of NorthPark Center in Dallas, Texas (United States).
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    NorthPark Center displays exhibitions by world-class artists, has professional entertainment for children during the week and on weekends, and offers some upscale shopping. DART's Red Line stops at the Park Lane station and provides shoppers with a free shuttle to the mall.​

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    Anchor stores include Dillard's, Macy's, JCPenney, Nordstrom, and Sears.

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    The Parks at Arlington has an entire wing devoted to entertainment, with an NHL-sized ice rink, an eighteen-theatre cinema, and a carousel.

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    With the Bloo Kangaroo Arcade and the Carousel, kids won't complain about shopping.

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    With a soft playground for the kids, an ice rink, a climbing wall at Dick's Sporting Goods, and a carousel, Stonebriar Centre has a lot to offer. Anchor stores include Dillard's, Sears, Nordstrom, JCPenney, Macy's, and Dick's Sporting Goods.

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    Collin Creek Mall has a train and soft play area for the kids and anchor stores JCPenney's and Sears. DART's Red Line stops at the Downtown Plano station where shoppers can catch a free shuttle to the mall.

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    Hulen Mall offers entertainment for the kids in their TinyTown as well as a chance for the grown-ups to relax at the new Movie Tavern.

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    Anchor stores include Dillard's, JCPenney, Macy's, Ross Dress for Less, and Sears.

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    The first shopping center in America, Highland Park Village has been a charming collection of upscale boutiques since 1931.

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    A huge flea market, Traders Village has festivals and space for RVs.

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    More of a historic district than a mall, Sundance Square in downtown Fort Worth is a collection of unique boutiques, fine dining, and arts and culture.

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