Toronto Premium Outlets
Toronto Premium Outlets is a trailblazer as one of the first outlet shopping centres of its kind in Canada.
With over 130 stores across nearly 75,000 sq m2, spend all day perusing high-end and name-brand stores that offer discounts of 25% to 70% every day. Designer shops include Armani, Coach, Versace and Kate Spade New York.
Toronto Premium Outlets is a shopping reprieve from the big city, with tree-lined walking paths leading to storefronts and benches for those much-needed rests between splurges. There are indoor shopping areas as well, plus an indoor food court with several different eateries. Devoted shoppers can sign up for the mall’s VIP club for exclusive and early access to the best discounts and deals.
Set on the southern edge of Halton Hills, Toronto Premium Outlets is easily accessible along Highway 401. It’s about 50 km from both the cities of Hamilton to the south and Toronto to the east.
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If you love to shop-til-you-drop and save money on some of the world’s top brands, then Toronto Premium Outlets is truly the place for you. This expansive outdoor shopping mall covers 75,000 sq km and offers both indoor and outdoor shopping areas. When you enter, you can enjoy leafy pathways that wind and intersect, leading you to over 130 international and name-brand stores. In between purchases, you can rest on benches or enjoy some of the sculptures sprinkled throughout the grounds.
At Toronto Premium Outlets you’ll score between 25% and 70% discounts on clothing, shoes, home goods, kidswear, handbags, skincare and specialty foods. If you’re in the market for men’s fashion, scour casual favourites like GAP, American Eagle and Roots, or save some money on top brands like Prada, Diesel or Hugo Boss. Women’s fashion shops include the always popular Guess and Old Navy, plus designer labels like Saint Laurent, Gucci and Balenciaga.
Handbags, sunglasses, shoes, jewellery and other accessories are always some of the most expensive products at designer stores. At Toronto Premium Outlets, you can browse several brands and save on these items. These shops include Tory Burch, ECCO, Burberry, Jimmy Choo, Coach, Furla, Michael Kors, Salvatore Ferragamo, Swarovski, Ted Baker and more.
Some family go-to shops include Carter’s, GAP, Old Navy, Zumiez and The Children’s Place. And when your kids tire of shopping, they’re sure to enjoy the food court or the play area.
Toronto Premium Outlets is easily accessible by car right from Highway 401, but if you don’t want to make the drive, you can always opt for the shuttle service. The mall’s official Shuttle Bus is available from Union Station and stops at Hotel X, in downtown Toronto.
Since you’re in the vicinity, you may want to explore the area of Halton Hills. Just north of the mall is Limehouse Conservation Area, a small park that’s a part of the broader Niagara Escarpment. This string of contiguous forests, wetlands and rocks stretches through Southern Ontario and ends at its most famous site, Niagara Falls.
Near the township of Georgetown is the small heritage museum, Devereaux House. This restored Victorian-era home was built in the 1860s and features a replica of what life was like in the region at that time. If you want to escape the mall for a meal, Georgetown is the largest community in Halton Hills and where you’ll find several restaurants, cafes and bars.
Close to the mall is Hornby Glen Golf Course, a public golf course with a restaurant. You can also stop at the Dorland-Haight Galleries, an art gallery that features local Canadians’ work plus those from around the world.
Last updated: January 4, 2022