This airy, outdoor village-styled center is a must-see, must-shop for visitors of the famed Strip. Las Vegas North Premium Outlets® features 175 designer and name-brand outlet stores offering savings of 25% to 65% every day including Coach, Kate Spade New York, Michael Kors, Neiman Marcus Last C...
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This place is a must visit for shopping therapy enthusiasts. 🛍 One, has a big variety of stores to choose from, such as, Calvin Klein, Michael Kors, Kate Spade New York, Lululemon, and more. Their products always change to reflect the season a costumer will visit the shopping outlet, winter,…
Great outdoor mall at outlet pricing. Great for souvenirs. They have high end stores like coach and MK at pretty good prices.
Take a bus here if you can because parking is NOT free. Uber is also a good option. Lots of bargains with great selection.
Las Vegas Premium Outlets North is a 540,000-square-foot shopping mall located near Downtown Las Vegas located on 40 acres. It is owned and managed by Simon Property Group, and part of Simon's Premium Outlets family of outlet malls.
“This place is very unique it is an outdoor shopping and eating market built entirely out of recycled shipping containers. There are also free concerts on the weekend! A must see! ”
“Near Fremont Street! The Mob Museum, officially the National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement. Visit The New Speakeasy and Distillery. Drink Like They Drank During Prohibition. Amazing New Exhibits: Crime Lab, Use of Force Training, and Organized Crime Today”
“Need to let the kids experience something different in Las Vegas? This is a great place for them to explore and have an amazing experience. All age groups will have fun and find something interesting to explore. ”
“Want to see some theatre? Check this beautiful space out for our broadway shows! ”
“If you are ready for a weird night head out to Fremont Street. Lots of ladies in bikinis and people in costumes, live music, shows and drinks. They have the biggest TV projector in the world on the ceiling. P.S. Definitely not for kids!”