We park by A Childrens Place and march straight to The Lego Store. We love the interactive boxes of legos, the computers for designing your own creation and the displays! The staff love legos and even the most novice builder can get inspired after a quick conversation. There are monthy specials and sometimes instore scavenger hunts and contests. A quick look at the Lego Store Website will let you know what kinds of camps and classes are offered monthly. Bet you can't leave without a trip to the back wall for those hard to find special bricks!
Good things about Concord Mills: there's a HUGE movie theater, NASCAR Speedpark, a carousel in the food court, and the mall is a giant loop so you don't have to see the same stores twice, it's indoors so no matter what the weather is you have somewhere you can walk
Bad things about Concord Mills: very crowded with teenagers, the "play area" is very small considering how big the mall is and the equipment is very large, so big kids climb all over it and make it unsafe for small kids
There's really nothing special about this mall. Yes, you can find good deals (think Carter's outlet, Gymboree, Children's Place, Disney outlet, Lego store, and Strasburg Children's store). However, I have NEVER been to a clean bathroom in that place!
This mall has everything for the family and it's an outlet- so it's affordable! There are stores such as Carters, Gymboree, and Childrens Place. The mall is very modern looking with a family-friendly atmosphere. The restrooms are pretty clean for a mall and there is a changing stations that are clean. The food court accommodates all food preferences. Great mall to take children to!
For little ole me who hasn't been too many great places, this is a nice size mall! My hubby likes the Bass Pro Shops. The kids like the Disney Store, among other places. And I love the savings. You can't really go wrong. I wouldn't make a weekly trip to Concord since it is over an hour away, but if we're ever in the area, we stop.
Not only do they boast a movie theater, full arcade w/ bowling alley/restaurant/and full bar, but they have a play area for kids as well. The best thing for us adults is the prices can't be beat and all of the shops are indoors so you don't have to worry about the weather to get a hold of those deals!
I was not very impressed with this mall, and when I heard people drove for hours to visit it, I thought they were crazy. But to be fair I grew up in Orland, FL and their is a mall like this one on every corner. I do have to admit that BassPro is very cool, and don't get me wrong this is an awesome mall and living in Charlotte I frequent it, But I surly would not drive more then 20min to get there..... But like I said I'm a little spoiled
I'll be honest with you. I've never understood the concept of destination malls. That is, malls that position themselves as places to go for fun and, if you want, you can actually go shopping at the stores there.
Still, that's the Concord Mills business plan. They've got NASCAR SpeedPark arcade, a Lego store, a Dave & Buster's game restaurant, a movie theater and a few other fun-ish places to go.
Hey, when it comes right down to it, it's a mall. Bigger than most, but still a mall.
This sprawling center offers more than just shopping. In addition to 200 stores, it includes a NASCAR simulator, a huge game room, an indoor amusement park for younger children, a Build-a-Bear Workshop, and restaurants. It has a twenty-fourscreen movie theater and a Bass Outdoor Pro Shop that features an outdoor RV center. There is also a NASCAR Speedpark featuring an array of rides, go-karts, bumper boats, mini-golf, and more. Of course, you’ll find standard mall fare including a food court, outlet stores, and specialty shops.