Shopper's Heaven: 10 Best Shopping Malls and Centers in Dallas

Go for convenience, accessibility, and selection. Those are the perks of Dallas's best malls and shopping centers. You can get in and out quickly and see a ton of things. Loads of local shopping options include high-brow and low-brow stores, along with food offerings should you need a drink or a bite along the way. No matter what you're in the market for, what kind of budget you're working with, etc., Dallas has it all.

In the mood for upscale luxury boutiques? The best places to find these items are Highland Park Village, the oldest outdoor shopping mall in the U.S., and NorthPark Center. Both have a wide variety of high-end stores, including Gucci, Chanel and Hermes. Want to get as much as you can on a small budget? Head on over to The Shops at Park Lane, which features an Old Navy, HomeGoods, Nordstrom Rack and Saks Fifth Avenue Off Fifth.

If you want to go to a traditional mall, and you want to see how Dallas "does" the mall, go to the Galleria, a multilevel shopper's paradise complete with an ice skating rink and indoor children's play place. In Dallas, shopping options are not a problem - the only issue you may have is figuring out how to fit all your new stuff into your suitcase!



This Dallas mall's 1.6 million square feet house more 180 stores, drawing dedicated shoppers from across the Dallas area. If you're expecting a traditional mall, be aware that Grapevine Mills is actually a shopping center that features...  Read More

A Main-Street style shopping, dining and entertainment destination, Firewheel Town Center is located in Garland, Texas, just off the President George Bush Turnpike. It features more than 125 stores, ranging from sporting goods to children's...  Read More

Located in Mesquite, Texas, just east of Downtown Dallas, Town East Mall is a popular shopping destination for residents and visitors to East Texas. This mall features a children's play area, along with the flagship department stores of Macy's,...  Read More

Slightly smaller than other Dallas malls, The Shops at Willow Bend still present a plethora of popular retail stores. Rumored to be the "women's mall" in Dallas, this popular spot is beautiful and easy to navigate. From the Apple store and...  Read More

West Village
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Situated in the heart of the Uptown neighborhood at McKinney Ave. and Lemmon, West Village is a popular outdoor area that offers a wide variety of shopping, dining, and entertainment. Visitors save time and gas by hopping on the free Uptown...  Read More

Allen Premium Outlets, A Simon Center
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Located in the northern suburb of Allen, the Allen Premium Outlets is one of the best shopping spots in the Dallas-Ft. Worth metroplex. Dallas visitors only need to make a short drive to get great deals on all types of items! Whether you're in...  Read More


One of the most popular malls in Dallas, TX, this upscale shopping mecca offers restaurants, clothiers, gift shops and an ice skating rink. From Old Navy to Gucci, there is something for everyone's tastes. The flagship department stores there...  Read More

The Shops at Park Lane

Situated across I-75 from NorthPark Center, The Shops at Park Lane features a wide variety of stores and restaurants. Health-conscious visitors will enjoy checking out the huge Whole Foods grocery store, one of the featured shops. Other stores...  Read More

A shopping center with an unusual amount of history, Highland Park Village opened in 1931. It was the first collection of shops of its kind in the nation and has served as the model for many to come. An architectural melange of Spanish,...  Read More

NorthPark Center
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NorthPark Center is more than a shopping mall. It's the go-to destination for Dallas socialites and a contemporary art museum to boot! That's why it continues to be one of the most popular malls in Dallas, Texas. A world-class assortment of...  Read More


Meet Denise Brandenberg

Born and raised in Dallas, Denise Brandenberg has been a self-proclaimed “Dallas Ambassador” for out-of-town friends and colleagues for years.

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