The Salt Lake City area offers plenty of great malls with excellent options for shopping, dining, and entertainment. Pick your favorite and shop 'til you drop!
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City Creek Center is a 20-acre residential, shopping and office complex featuring more than 90 stores and restaurants, including Nordstrom, Macy's, Tiffany, Michael Kors, Coach, and Texan de Brazil Churrascaria. It's designed to be a walkable shopper's paradise, with six acres of green space, the namesake creek, two 18-foot waterfalls, and a massive retractable roof.
50 S. Main St.
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Fashion Place is a huge indoor mall comprising more than 120 large and small retailers and restaurants. Fashion Place features the only Nordstrom in the Salt Lake Valley, and other anchor stores include Macy's, Dillard's and Sears.True to its name, Fashion Place is one of the Salt Lake area's best destinations for apparel shopping. The mall has recently undergone a major expansion, doubling the size of the Nordstrom and adding new shops and fine dining restaurants.
6191 S. State St. in Murray
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The Gateway is Utah’s best outdoor shopping center with 125 retail shops and 23 restaurants. Besides shopping and dining, The Gateway houses Clark Planetarium, Discovery Gateway Children's Museum, and a 12-screen movie theater.
The Gateway's east entrance is the historic Union Pacific Depot, with a beautiful restored Grand Hall housing art exhibits. The Gateway also features the Olympic Plaza and Olympic Fountain, where choreographed dancing waters attract hordes of squealing children in hot weather.
400 West, between South Temple and 200 South
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South Towne Center in Sandy includes Dillard's, Macy's, JCPenney and Forever 21 with dozens of other specialty shops and restaurants. The main mall features a beautiful historic carousel in the food court. There are several popular family restaurants on the South Towne property, along with REI and Momentum Climbing Gym.
10600 S. State St. in Sandy
801-572-1516Continue to 5 of 6 below.
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Trolley Square mall is housed in historic barns built for Salt Lake City street cars in 1908. It's a popular tourist destination with several of Salt Lake's most popular bars and restaurants as well as a comedy club. Shopping at Trolley Square focuses on furniture, art, and decor, with a few apparel shops and bookstores. Trolley Square is undergoing renovation, with a Whole Foods and other stores under construction.
367 S. 700 E.
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