West Edmonton Mall, Edmonton
About West Edmonton Mall, Edmonton
West Edmonton Mall, Edmonton - Address, Phone Number
Address: 8882 170 Street, Edmonton, AB T5T 4J2, Canada
Time Required: 05:00 Hrs
Timings: 11:00 am - 09:00 pm Details
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Amusement Park, Sport, Water Park, Entertainment, Tourist Center, Mall, Shopping Center, Family And Kids
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It is largest shopping mall in North America and perhaps one of Edmonton’s most popular tourist attractions. The mall has most of the popular international brands and several restaurants serving global cuisine. The main highlights are the attractions within the mall namely:
- Galaxyland: The world’s largest amusement park.
- World Waterpark: The world’s largest indoor wave pool and numerous water slides and rides.
- Sea Life Caverns: An underground aquarium with fish, penguins, sea turtles and plenty of other marine life.
The mall also has a bowling alley, a recreation centre, an ice-skating rink, movie theatre and a host of other entertainment and activities. Visitors usually return to the mall several times during their trip to cover all that it has to offer.
West Edmonton Mall Information
- Timings and ticket prices for attractions within the mall vary.
- Guest Services counters are located throughout the mall.
- Visitors can avail wheelchairs for use and scooter rentals from Guest Services.
- All day lockers are available for rent throughout the mall.
- Single strollers are available for rent at Entrances 2, 8, 32, 44 and 50.
How To reach West Edmonton Mall by Public Transport
- ETS Bus Routes: 1, 2, 4, 14, 23, 33, 98, 100, 101, 102, 103, 106, 107, 109, 110, 111, 112, 113, 115, 117, 122, 126, 129, 133
Restaurants Near West Edmonton Mall
- Moxie’s Grill & Bar
- The Red Piano
- Cactus Club Cafe
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West Edmonton Mall, Edmonton Reviews - Write a Review
Its a great place to go and hardcore shop, have some fun or get something done! Its very nice (some locations are still renovating though) but it is very busy (don't even think about going there during Christmas). There are great restaurants, great service, and lots of fun places to hang out, including lots of kids attractions! The night life here is also amazing! Although parking is a nightmare, it’s accessible by transit, with a transit centre just outside. I would recommend this mall to people who have children, looking for some fun, or just wanting to shop.
We didn't get to explore the mail by ourselves so take what I write with a grain of salt. The amusement park is great fun. Line ups were not too long even on labour day weekend when we went. The ride for the big coaster was almost non existent. Queue up and you are basically on the next train. Water park looks fun but we didn't get to try it. I've rink was under construction. Did get to see any show at the pirate ship. Didn't get to explore enough of the shops.
You name it, it's probably here. Be prepared for a lot of walking. This place is huge! Lots to see, do and shopping galore. From a Midway, to wave pool, to skating rink and many shops, restaurants, motel, movie theater.. no shortage of fun.
Too many great things to do and list.... But you can go for breakfast, hit the casino, win big, go swimming, go to a movie, go bowling, hit the gym, shoot some guns eat at many great places on Bourbon Street, get bubble teas, people watch, and get a new wardrobe all in one place. Just avoid security, they can be a little on edge.
Its a really big mall with tons of non-shopping things to do (sea lions, ice skating, casino, water park etc.) for people who don't want to shop. There are a lot of the bigger retailers that aren't found elsewhere in Edmonton (Microsoft Shop, Samsung Shop, etc.). There is an abundance of food choices (2 food courts and a 'street' of restaurants) as well as a grocery store. Things I don't like: How packed it can get on the weekends. There are also multiples of some shops. There are also 'dead spots' in the mall (where the old Target is).
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