Make a day of it, shopping for the finest designer labels and leading brands at savings of 25% to 65% every day at 85 outlet shops located right on Interstate 65, between Indianapolis and Louisville. Bargain hunters know this is a true shopping destination. You’ll find full parking lots and swarms of shoppers checking out the name-brand shops, such as Michael Kors, Coach, Under Armour, Columbia Sportswear, and Polo Ralph Lauren.
Stay the night at a selection of hotels that are right next door. Explore Exit 76 Antique Mall, located right around the corner. It’s also only minutes from Columbus, a city celebrated for its remarkable collection of modern architecture.
We like that the outlet mall is adjacent to the Antiques. We have been shopping here on annual trips to Brown County. The motels and restaurants make this a destination area.
Great place to go after 3.5 hours of canoeing ? This place is 10 min. away from where we canoed down a quaint Indiana river.
The big draw here is that this is an “adult mall.” There are very few teen stores and plenty of storefronts that appeal to me, a woman in her late 20s. If you are looking for work clothes, this is a great place to go.
Yelp reviewer Ally
Every time I travel to Columbus, Indiana from Canada, I shopped at Edinburgh Premium Outlets. This time, I stayed in a hotel within walking distance from the outlets mall so I could spend a couple hours there after work each evening. There are so many varieties of stores and the prices are very reasonable.
The place was crowded on my weekend visit and that’s what you want to see. If there’s a crowd, there’s a reason why.
Yelp reviewer Troy
Easy access off 65. Outside mall with nice selection of stores. Nearby restaurants. Staff in store have always been very nice and helpful. Will definitely go back. Always find bargains.
Tripadvisor reviewer Ginger
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