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Lee Premium Outlets
Ranked #1 of 18 things to do in Lee
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Recommended length of visit: 2-3 hours
Owner description: Find impressive savings at 60 stores,including Ann Taylor, Banana Republic, BCBG Max Azria, Brooks Brothers, Coach, Cole Haan, Gap Outlet, J.Crew, Lacoste, Michael Kors, Nike, Polo Ralph Lauren, Talbots and more.
Useful Information: Bathroom facilities, Food available for purchase, Wheelchair access, Baby buggy parking
Reviewed 3 August 2017 via mobile

I haven't been since last year. There are more stores going out of business. I asked Dressbarn if they were closing as the floor space in the women's section was almost empty. They denied it but what business does this during prime tourist shopping season! The restroom near the parking lot was disgusting, only 2 stalls were useable. Only one hand dryer positioned over a sink so you have to wait there to get to it. No paper towels available. The condition of the road near the rotary is poor, enough to hurt my back as my husband drove over it twisting our car ( and probably the car's alignment) as we arrived.

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"food court"
in 38 reviews
"outlet mall"
in 28 reviews
"premium outlets"
in 11 reviews
"aaa card"
in 5 reviews
"mass pike"
in 6 reviews
"great sales"
in 5 reviews
"great shopping"
in 7 reviews
"banana republic"
in 7 reviews
"christmas shopping"
in 2 reviews
"small food"
in 2 reviews
"calvin klein"
in 5 reviews
"new hampshire"
in 2 reviews
"labor day"
in 2 reviews
"sales people"
in 4 reviews
"outlet prices"
in 4 reviews
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"great layout"
in 3 reviews

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Reviewed 30 July 2017 via mobile

There are a few very good stores here and if you time your visit right there are some terrific buys to be had. A pleasant place to walk around and pass the time.

Thank pwcins
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Reviewed 29 July 2017

Although there are quite a few stores, in comparison to the Wrentham Outlets in Wrentham MA, the number and stores themselves are much smaller, and the layout is somewhat inconvenient. The food court leaves much to be desired, having snacks or near snacks only, none of which are great.

Don't let the over zealous security guard scare you with his near Halloween get up.

Thank eatout4442017
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Reviewed 26 July 2017 via mobile

We found excellent prices and great selection with helpful sales people too! if you are up in the area, definitely go - there are shops you don't see in other outlets! Only negative is that the stores only have awnings and if it rains, you will get wet as there is no indoor mall

Thank Caymanisles
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Reviewed 23 July 2017

We visited the Lee Premium Outlet while vacationing in Berkshires on a rainy day.
By and large the Lee Premium Outlet is just like any outlet mall anywhere in the country. You will find the usual collection of mall outlet stores – Talbot, Banana Republic, Nike, Famous Footwear, Sketchers, Van Huesen, Samsonite, Calvin Klein, etc. There is a food court serving the standard foods – pizza, hamburgers, Chinese food, hot dogs, etc. The prices are not reduced unless you find a sale. You can go to the managerial office and get a discount book that gives you a price break if your purchase meets very specific guidelines. Typical stuff.

Of all the stores in this mall there was one notable exception. There is a Ten Thousand Villages store in this mall. The ratings of this review is for that store. It is not an extremely large store but is significant in the source and purpose of its merchandise. Ten Thousand Villages sells jewelry, clothing accessories, kitchen items, home accessories, etc. All of these items are made out of natural or recycled materials by craftsmen and artist from all of the world – mostly from developing countries who would not normally have access to stores like this one to market their creations. Each item is marked with the country of origin. You can find unique gifts and creations with an ethnic or international influence made out of natural materials from their native country that you can not find elsewhere in this mall.

The first time we walked into a Ten Thousand Villages store was in the Cary district of Richmond. We were impressed by its merchandise and mission. My wife bought ear rings during that visit. During our visit to the shop in Lee she purchased another pair.

The location of the Ten Thousand Villages can be found on the directory map on the Lee Premium Outlet website. During our visit I picked up a paper copy of this map for Lee Premium Outlets and found it had not been updated to include the location of this store. So we wandered the mall until we found it.

Thank W8LT3R
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