Check out the unique shopping venues in Indiana, from popular outlet malls with designer clothing to local artisan and antique shops.
When you have this overwhelming urge to shop, there is nothing more satisfying than going to the mall.
The question is: where should you go? Here are six great shopping malls in Indiana.
- Castleton Square Mall – Indianapolis
- Circle Centre – Downtown Indianapolis
- College Mall – Bloomington
- Edinburgh Premium Outlets – Edinburgh
- Muncie Mall – Muncie
- Tippecanoe Mall – Lafayette
This mall was built in 1972. Interestingly enough, the 1970’s was a pretty popular decade for mall construction in the state of Indiana. It remains one of the busiest malls in the state.
You really cannot say you visited and enjoyed everything Indianapolis has to offer until you’ve been to the Circle Centre Mall. It’s a beautiful indoor shopping mall with dozens of great stores.
Located in Bloomington, this mall has more than 80 awesome stores for you to explore. Check out the store directory here.
No list would be complete without outlets! Edinburgh Premium Outlets boasts a huge amount of stores; you could pick up some great bargains.
This is one of many malls owned by Simon Property Group in the state of Indiana. This particular mall was built in 1970 and has just about every store you could want.
Also owned by Simon Property Group, this mall is a great choice if you prefer indoor malls. Consider going to this mall during the Christmas season. They always have a lot of cute special attractions inside for the holidays!