in, and nearby
Valley and Shoreline Region
Factory Outlet Stores, Malls, Store
and general cluster areas of good shopping
Connecticut Premier Shopping Mall
Filene's, Lord & Taylor, Nordstrom, Filene's Men's Store,
Apple Computers Store, and Furniture Gallery, JCPenney and over
140 additional stores and services.
(860) 561 3024
Clinton Crossing Premium Factory
I-95 South, Exit 63. Located adjacent
Clinton, CT 06413
Aerial Photograph of the
Clinton Crossings Outlets
in Clinton CT.
Note: I-95 highway in the foreground.
Photos by www.MarksPhotographs.com
The Crystal Mall in Waterford, CT
I-95: Exit 82 on Rte. 85 N,
Enjoy a day of shopping at this beautiful mall. There is a Sears,
Macy's, Filene's and J.C. Penny and many specialty shops. Nearby,
Home Depot, Toys R Us, Target, Bernies Electronics, BJs Wholesale
Warehouse Club, Marine Plus Boating, Pets Smarts.
Tanger Outlet Centers
(Formerly "Westbrook Factory Outlet Stores")
I-95 -- Exit 65,
Westbrook, CT 06498
Enlarge Aerial Photo
Aerial Photo of the Westbrook
Factory Outlet Mall
Now called "Tanger Outlet Mall"
in Westbrook, CT, located adjacent Interstate Highway 95 at exit
Photo by www.MarksPhotographs.com
Buckland Hills Mall
194 Buckland Hills Dr
Manchester, CT 06040-8705
Sears, Dicks Sporting Goods, Filenes, Radio Shack, and over 100
additional shops and services. Nearby you will find Comp Usa,
Kids R Us, Pier 1 Imports, Lowes, Home Depot, and over 100 additional
fine stores and services.
Connecticut ANTIQUES Directory to
the CT River Valley & Shoreline region. One of the best areas
in all of Connecticut for antiquing. Over 30 Antique shops and
dealers within a 10 mile radius of each other.
The Old Lyme Marketplace Shopping
Exit 70 off of I-95
Old Lyme, CT
Restaurants, Food Shopping, Conveniences, gifts boutiques, more
Olde Mystic Village
The famous historic "Griswold
Inn" on Main Street in
Essex, CT is a wonderful Tavern and Restaurant that
was founded in 1776! Live Entertainment every night!
Miles from Clinton Crossing &
Westbrook Factory Outlet stores!
www. CT River Valley .com
Within the Boundaries of the Connecticut
River Valley, there are two premium Factory Outlet Shopping Centers.
They are located only about 3 miles apart, on opposite sides
of I-95 in the Towns of Westbrook, and Clinton Connecticut. These
outlets are destinations of many thousands of shoppers every
single day, and during the Christmas Shopping season, they are
a TOP shopping destination in the State of Connecticut.
Also within the CT
River Valley region, is the town of Old Saybrook. Although it
does not tout a Mall, it does offer the largest selection of
stores in all of the CT River Valley. Just a few of the many
hundreds of stores and services located along Route 1, AKA: the
Boston Post Road, are: Walmart, Stop and Shop, Wood Workers Warehouse,
Napa Auto Parts, West Marine (A Boaters Paradise), Staples Office
Supply, Old Saybrook Bowling Alley, Doctors Offices, CVS Pharmacy,
Hoyts Movie Theaters, North Cove Outfitters, Kayak and Canoe
rentals, Several Banks with ATM Machines, Ford, Mazda, Volkswagen,
Dodge, Chevy, Chrysler Car Dealerships, Dunkin Donuts, KFC, Burger
King, McDonalds, Old Saybrook train Station, Pizza Parlors, and
a number of Antique Shops, including two large locations near
the train station. There are well over 200 additional small shops
along the post road, and Main street, that offer a wide variety
of goods and services that is almost completely encompassing
of any need you might have.
Nearby the Connecticut River Valley Region,
there are a number of fine malls to shop in. The nearest mall
is "The Crystal Mall" which is about 10 miles to the
east, also along the I-95 Corridor, in Waterford, CT. (Exit 82)
Near this mall there are a large variety of stores. Sears, Filenes,
Dicks Sporting Goods, Toys-R-Us, Babies-R-Us, Macys, BJ's Wholesale
Warehouse, Home Depot, Borders Books, Best Buy, Target, Sams
Club, Gap, Old Navy, as well as a handful of chain restaurants.
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