Wrentham Village Premium Outlets, Wrentham

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The Wrentham Village Premium Outlets is an open-air outlet power center owned by the Simon Property Group. It is located off I-495 and Route 1A in Wrentham, Massachusetts. The facility opened in 1997, and was expanded in 1998, 1999, and 2000. With 616,000 sq ft (57,200 m2) and 170 retailers, it has been credited as the reason for the downfall of the nearby, smaller Worcester Common Outlets, which closed in 2006, as well as the Cape Cod Factory Outlet Mall, which closed in 2011. In September 2018, the Simon Property Group began a multiphase and multimillion-dollar renovation of the center.
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  • Thus outlet is located about 50 minutes drive from Boston . It offers all the known Brand names stores . Unfortunately, there is no food court on site, only some small food trucks 
    Thus outlet is located about 50 minutes drive from Boston . It offers all the known Brand names stores . Unfortunately, there is no food court on site, only some small food trucks  more »
  • Great variety of stores! Good sales with good prices. This open air shopping experience was very casual and fun!! With the number of stores you can easily spend a full day there. 
    Great variety of stores! Good sales with good prices. This open air shopping experience was very casual and fun!! With the number of stores you can easily spend a full day there.  more »
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  • We needed five or six things from different places so we hit the outlets. Found everything that we needed without having to drive all over the place and the sales/discounts are great! So many stores in a one area. I really like the new touch screen info centers which made finding shoe stores, clothing stores, home goods, very easy. Paths were cleared and clean. Nice visit.
  • We loved the food trucks and playground. Good stores, albeit just average deals. We loved that Nike was counting the # of customers in the store at one time for safety. We also *loved* that 80 to 90% of the shoppers there were wearing masks, even while walking outdoors in between stores. 100% of shop employees were also wearing masks ** EXCEPT for the staff at Ruby Tuesdays *** restaurant where *no one* was wearing a mask. Don't go there if you care about safety. For a sit-down restaurant Tavern in the Square had great food, great service and all staff wear masks, of course!

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